Mormon women -- Utah -- Provo -- History
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
Isaura Bentley Abegg diaries
Photocopies of handwritten diaries for the years 1952, 1964, and 1966 through 1971. Abegg was a student at Brigham Young University in 1952 and was closely associated with the university in later years. She talks of her daily activities, association with Brigham Young University, and Church responsibilities.
Alice Louise Reynolds diaries and notes, 1894-1938
Contains diaries, lecture notes, correspondence, and autobiographical materials produced by Reynolds. Includes information on her teaching and travels. Materials dated between 1894 and 1938.
Biography of Mary Elizabeth Coursey Hoover : pioneer, came to Utah in 1849
Typewritten biography. The item was originally presented to the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers meeting in 1925. Mary's father joined the Mormon Church and moved his family to Nauvoo, Illinois and later to Utah. Mary married John Witmer Hoover in 1855, had twelve children, and spent most of her adult life in Provo, Utah.
Brigham Young University 2nd Ward scrapbook
Bound scrapbook (42 pages) with newsletters, poems, newspaper clippings, programs, brochures, and miscellaneous items relating to the BYU 2nd Ward Relief Society. Materials document the activities of the ward's women between 1956 and 1962.
Chloe Smoot Cardon scrapbook
Scrapbook assembled for a "Domestic Art" class at the Brigham Young Academy. The item has examples of various kind of linen in it.
Virginia Chipman notes
Handwritten notes in a notebook. The notes are apparently associated with classes taken at the university. Also included are notes relating to the meetings of the "Young Ladies of the Second Year" at the university.
Virginia F. Cutler papers
Contains certificates, pamphlets, scrapbooks, and theses documenting Cutler's education and career as an educator. The theses are for both her master's and her doctor's degrees.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Camp Manavu records
Newspaper clippings, articles, letters, membership applications, certificates, and a pamphlet. The materials relate to the activities and meetings of the Camp Manavu.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers records
Newspaper clipping of pioneer monuments, scrapbooks, biographies, histories of various industries, lists of officers and members, and meeting programs. The materials relate to the operation of the organization primarily in Provo, Utah.
Belle W. Hales diaries
This collection contains two typewritten diaries.