Andrus, Hyrum L. (Hyrum Leslie), 1924-2015
- Existence: 1924 - 2015
Hyrum L. Andrus (1924-2015) was a scholar, author, and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Hyrum L. Andrus was born March 12, 1924, in Lewisville, Idaho, to Newton Leslie Andrus and Zina Alberta Allen. Hyrum married Helen Mae Hillman on March 31, 1949. He received his doctorate in Political Science, History, and American Citizenship, from Syracuse University and later taught church history and doctrine at Ricks College and Brigham Young University. He was an editor of The Andrus Recorder, a newsletter published by the Milo Andrus Family Organization from 1964 to 1984. Hyrum L. Andrus died October 23, 2015 in Alpine, Utah.
Citation:His Joseph Smith and world government, 1958.
Harold B. Lee Library. Div. of Archives and Man. Register of the Newel Kimball Whitney papers, 1979: t.p. (Hyrum L. Andrus) [info. from CU]
OCLC, 26 October 2015 (usage: Hyrum L. Andrus)
Herald (Provo, Utah), via WWW, 26 October 2015 obituary dated 26 October 2015 (Hyrum L. Andrus; Hyrum Leslie Andrus; died in Alpine, Utah October 23, 2015; born March 12, 1924; scholar, author, lecturer; Doctorate from Syracuse University)
Hyrum L. Andrus, via WWW, 26 October 2015 (born and raised on a farm south of Rexburg, Idaho; Doctor’s degree in Political Science, History, and American Citizenship from Syracuse University; taught at Ricks College; then at Brigham Young University, where he taught Church History and Doctrine; married to Helen Mae Hillman on March 31, 1949; He was an editor of The Andrus Recorder, a newsletter published by the Milo Andrus Family Organization from 1964 to 1984)
Familysearch, March 30, 2023 (Contributing author to The Andrus Recorder;Born in Lewisville, Idaho, to Newton Leslie Andrus and Zina Alberta Allen;
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Collection contains materials pertaining to or collected by LaMar Berrett. Includes minutes from meetings at Brigham Young University which Berrett attended between 1967-1969, primary and secondary source documents pertaining to his research in Mormon history, and materials pertaining to his career as a religion professor at BYU including syllabi, textbooks, and lesson plans. Materials dated between 1843-1991.
Transcript of a debate held as part of Inquiry Week, with Andrus and Williams discussing "Resolved: That Latter-day Saints are bound by historical and theological precedents to support statements by their Prophet on political issues."