Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
Eve Ball photographs, 1919-1971
Contains Eve Ball's photographs of individuals, places, and symbols in the American West.
Eve Ball speeches, 1973-1978
Contains speeches and materials related to the conferences Eve Ball attended.
Eve Ball teaching materials, 1969-1971
Contains course material from Eve Ball's teaching career.
John B. Fairbanks photographs
Collection includes black and white photographs of Provo, Utah, and some photographs of the Cluff Expedition to Mexico.
John Goddard papers
Contains manuscripts, typescripts, transcripts, correspondence, photocopies, magazines, diary, and papers. Handwritten diaries, magazine articles, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets. The diaries include accounts of Goddard's Congo expedition in 1956, his Nile expedition in 1951, and his South American expedition in 1962. The correspondence are between Goddard and his family relating his various activities.
Paul Hyer faculty and family papers
One wool blanket, measuring 50 in. by 80 in. Dark brown with pattern of tan stripes, and a single strand dark brown yarn around edge. Large holes in some places, with one side somewhat faded.
Institute of American Indian Studies director records, 1953-1967
Contains administrative files, including correspondence and memos, meeting minutes, reports, financial information, and news clippings produced by Paul Felt as director of the Institute. Materials date from between 1953 and 1967.
Institute of American Indian Studies director records, 1959-1972
Administrative files, including correspondence and memos, meeting minutes, reports, financial information, news clippings. Materials produced by directors Paul Felt and Dale Tingey.
Institute of American Indian Studies records
Includes correspondence, minutes, brochures, news releases, maps, and surveys; financial, statistical, historical information, and annual reports. Includes information concerning Indian education, employment, alcoholism, conferences, and tribes. Also includes Brigham Young University Indian program development, campus tours, performing groups, tribal contacts, and memoranda.