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Short stories by J. E. Broaddus, approximately 1900-1954

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8608 Series 1 Sub-Series Sub-series 1
Scope and Contents Materials include manuscripts of J. E. Broaddus's short stories. Some are works of fiction while others take the form of essays. In addition, some are written under the name of J. E. Broaddus, while others are written under his pen name, Will Hail. The short stories "Trail of Glory" and "Glory Trail" are early versions of the beginning of the longer work "Intolerance." The short story "Spanish Gold" is an early version of a section of "People of the Hills." Materials dated approximately...
Dates: approximately 1900-1954

“Intolerance” by J. E. Broaddus, approximately 1900-1954

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8608 Series 1 Sub-Series Sub-series 2
Scope and Contents Materials include the unfinished manuscript of J. E. Broaddus's story "Intolerance." It is a story set alongside the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and focuses on two fictional families and their involvement in real events. The short stories "Trail of Glory" and "Glory Trail" are early versions of the first part of "Intolerance." Materials dated approximately 1900-1954.
Dates: approximately 1900-1954

“People of the Hills” by J. E. Broaddus, approximately 1900-1954

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8608 Series 1 Sub-Series Sub-series 3
Scope and Contents Materials include the manuscript of J. E. Broaddus's story "People of the Hills." It is written under his pen-name of "Will Hail." It is a story about a Utah forest ranger, his sister, and his friend in early-1900s Utah. The short story "Spanish Gold" is an early version of "People of the Hills."
Dates: approximately 1900-1954

J. E. Broaddus papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8608
Scope and Contents Materials include manuscripts of J.E. Broaddus' writing, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and J.E. Broaddus' research notes. There are also pamphlets, primarily about Utah and Mormon history, and some photograph albums. There is also a photocopy of a book by J. E. Broaddus from the Utah State University Special Collections. The book is "Report of U.E.R.A. Project No. S-F2-53: Archaeological and Paleontological Exploration." There is also a slide projector that belonged to J. E....
Dates: approximately 1848-1980