Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Materials from the visit to deserted and active fruit stands on July 20, 2004 as a part of the 2004 folklife field school, Fruits of their Labors: The Orchards in Utah Valley.
Autobiography details memories of her childhood in Rigby, Idaho; her mission to the Western States Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; church service; her teaching career; and family life. It also discusses her husband's teaching career at Brigham Young University as well as her teaching of night school at Brigham Young University.
Contains 62 slides and 75 photographs used for the BYU Genealogical Library tour from the lates 1970s through the late 1990s. Many of the images are of the inside of the library and explain procedures, while others are of people who worked in the library. There are also a few photographs of the BYU campus and the Utah Valley Branch Genealogical Library and three 35 mm black and white negatives of the Harold B. Lee Library.
This collection contains eight copies of articles from the Salt Lake Tribune dealing with the Timpanogos Bowl as well as four photographs of the history of the Timpanogos Bowl. Also in the collection is a photograph of the Heiselt Hotel with the Hyrum Heiselt family seated around it.