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BYU Photo photographs of Young Ambassadors, 1976-2010

Identifier: UA 5754 Series 1 Sub-Series 4

Scope and Contents

Contains negatives, contact sheets, and photographs of the Young Ambassadors performing group of Brigham Young University. Includes images for public relations and publicity, images of BYU and local performances (e.g., Varsity Theatre, Motion Picture Studio, deJong Concert Hall, Homecoming Spectacular, Pardoe Theatre, Promised Valley Playhouse), and on tour (e.g., Poland, Russia, World's Fair in New Orleans, Romania and Bulgaria, China, Scandinavia, the Holiday Bowl in San Diego, India, Jordan Festival, southern United States and the Caribbean), both live action and posed shots, with the Philadelphia Boys' Choir, and passport headshots. Also contains one audiocassette recording of a Young Ambassadors' performance. Materials dated 1976 to 2010.


  • 1976-2010


Conditions Governing Access

Open for public research.

Conditions Governing Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to use material from this collection must be obtained from Reference Services at

Biographical / Historical

The Brigham Young University News Bureau was established around 1952 and was responsible for overseeing university news publications. The unit later became the Brigham Young University Public Communications Department in 1978.

Biographical / Historical

Brigham Young University Public Communications was responsible for overseeing mass media on all levels at the university, including publications such as BYU Today. The unit became University Communications in 1997.

Biographical / Historical

University Communications (1997- ) is a department of Brigham Young University as of 2022, and is responsible for producing media resources, including publications such as BYU Today.

Biographical / Historical

University Photography (2004-2009) was an administrative unit in the University Communications division of Brigham Young University. The unit was responsible for documenting university events and personnel. In 2009 it was renamed BYU Photo.

Biographical / Historical

BYU Photo (est. 2009) is an administrative unit at Brigham Young University responsible for documenting university events and personnel. The unit was previously named University Photography.


8 folders

6 boxes

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