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Diane Campbell collection of Weller family history materials copies

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8564
Scope and Contents

Materials consist of scanned copies on DVD of one autobiography, "With God, All Things Are Possible," by Walter H. Kindt, dated 2009, three record books, one of births, one of baptisms, and one of temple work done for ancestors, dated 1917 to 2009, and scrapbooks dated approximately 1950. Information for Dale and Mary Hair and their ancestors are included. Dated 1917 to 2009.

Dates: 1917-2013

Samuel Adolf Leschke diary

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8905
Content Description Diary and autobiography by Leschke, beginning in 1845 while he was a weaver apprentice in Germany, until his death in 1889. He includes records of events in his and his family's life, as well as those in the world at the time. Often includes newspaper clippings. Topics include the deaths of children and the associated heartache, working at cloth factories, hardships of unemployment, wedding anniversaries, playing the lottery, and quotes from authors in classic literature at the time, such as...
Dates: 1845-1889

Bessie Long papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 3832
Scope and Contents

Collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, paper dolls, and other printed ephemera written and collected by Bessie Long. Most of the information relates to the Funk and Long families, describing their lives and circumstances in Nebraska in the early 20th century. Collection also includes correspondence for Bessie Long's brother, Victor Funk, and her husband John.

Dates: 1892-1928

Hugh Nibley papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 2721
Scope and Contents

Contains the personal and professional papers of Nibley. Includes research notes, manuscripts, photographs, publications, personal papers, and ephemera that document his work as a Mormon scholar, a professor, and a father. Materials date approximately 1844 to 2008.

Dates: approximately 1844-2008; Majority of material found within approximately 1940-2000