Found in 645 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of a handwritten poem. The item includes "chorus" sections probably meaning it was meant to be sung. The item relates to the conditions of the Andersonville prison during the American Civil War. The date of the item is unknown.
Autobiographical materials, publishers' correspondence and contracts, and manuscripts for literary works. Anthony Armstrong flourished from 1924 to 1976 and was known for writing in several literary genres, including historical, humorous, crime, and country novels; humorous short stories; drama; nonfiction works; and film and radio scripts.
Corporate records of The Association for Mormon Letters, dated 1981-2003. Includes tax forms, membership mailing lists, correspondence, minutes and other board records, press releases, logos, clippings, announcements, and the records kept by John Bennion during his term as president.