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Brigham Young University. Beaver Branch



  • Existence: 1903 - 1908

Administrative History

The Beaver Branch (1903-1908) was a secondary school and teacher training institution operated by Brigham Young University in Beaver, Utah. In 1908 the school separated from the university and was renamed the Murdock Academy.

Beaver Branch records, circa 1898-1967 (Beaver Branch Brigham Young University; B.B.B.Y.U.)

Brigham Young University, L. Tom Perry Special Collections worksheet, Mar. 20, 2009 (institution renamed Beaver Branch Brigham Young University in 1903; previously known as Beaver Branch Brigham Young Academy; became Murdock Academy in 1908)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Beaver Branch records

Identifier: UA 242
Scope and Contents Contains Beaver Branch school catalogs, programs for commencement exercises and other events, invitations to dances and closing week, a collection of handwritten school yells, and other ephemera such as admission cards, postcards, and announcements. It also includes a brief history of the academy written by Mary K. Davis, and a photocopied handwritten narrative describing the campus buildings. Also contains several oversize photographs of students, faculty, and the campus. The history of the...
Dates: 1898-1908; 1967