Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Carton: 1
Identifier: MSS 6226
Abstract The Dora D. Flack collection contains original manuscripts from her works inculding: "Preserving your Past," "Dry and Save-Food and Money," and the "Wheat for Man" manucripts. The collection contains the manuscripts in their published form as well as a copy of, "What about Christmas?" and "The Dutson Family History." Also enclosed is a bound compilation entitled "Sketches of how my books came to be" where Flack describes how she came to write her books.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4030
Scope and Contents Shows grocery and other purchases made by Oak City residents from 1889-1894. Loose sheets of paper, previously in the account book, are included in the collection including: list of delinquent taxes, May 1985; poem by Ellis R. Shipp; torn note from Caroline G. Dutoon[ ], 1987; Deseret News article about prohibition; return forms[ ]; "How Farmers Can Make Money" newspaper clipping; a written page about Sunday school and its superintendents, Brother Roper, Brother John W. Dutson, and Brother...