Brigham Young Academy. Beaver Branch
- Existence: 1898 - 1903
The Beaver Branch (1898-1903) was a secondary school and teacher training institution affiliated with Brigham Young Academy in Beaver, Utah. With the renaming of its parent organization as Brigham Young University in 1903, the Beaver Branch changed its name as well. Principals of the school included Ernest DeAlton Partridge (1898-1903) and Andrew B. Anderson (1903).
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Beaver Branch records
Lovina E. Bond autograph album
Contains digital scans and photocopy prints of an autograph album belonging to Lovina E. Bond. Most entries date from her school years at Brigham Young University's Beaver Branch between 1889 and 1903, with additional entries through 1965. Photocopies and other materials prepared by Michael R. Kelsey.
Brigham Young Academy acting president correspondence, 1901
Contains correspondence between George H. Brimhall and students, teachers, Church leaders, and others related to the administration of the Academy. Includes information on the Beaver Branch and the progress of the South American Expedition. Materials date from 1901.
Brigham Young Academy acting president correspondence on missionaries, 1900-1901
Contains correspondence between George H. Brimhall and Church leaders regarding the missionary training program at the Academy. Materials date from between 1900 and 1901.
Brigham Young Academy presidential correspondence, 1902
Contains correspondence between Benjamin Cluff Jr. and students, teachers, and Church leaders related to the administration of the Academy. Includes information on the Beaver Branch. Materials date from 1902.
Office of the President correspondence
Oral history interview with Ernest DeAlton Partridge
Interview by Karl Young with E. DeAlton Partridge, discussing his ancestry, life in Provo, education, career, travels, marriage, and memories of Brigham Young University. Includes transcript and sound recording.
Oral history interview with Marie H. Rollins
Interview by Hollis Scott, with Marie H. Rollins, housewife, concerning experiences as a student at the Beaver Branch of the Brigham Young Academy, 1881-1901. Includes transcript and sound recording.