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Will Evans family papers and Navajo art

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4019
Overview The first ten boxes consist of family papers, circa 1849-1990, and include: family genealogy information, interview notes, biographies, photographs, legal papers, ecclesiastical documents and records, missionary weekly planners, funeral programs, obituaries, correspondence of Thomas Evans, William Evans, and Richard P. Evans. Art and literature from Evans family members include: articles, sheet music, story on cassette tape, poems, chapters of books and journals by Will Evans, Richard P. Evans,...
Dates: approximately 1849-1990

Eugene Francis Heil papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 6140
Scope and Contents note The collection consists largely of photos, slides, and negatives packaged and labeled by subject/client and are of various pieces of architecture, world scenery, models, etc. It also contains assorted pamphlets on natural history, art, and antiquities, as well as diaries, financial information, scrapbooks, stationary, newspaper clippings, the script for "Out of This World," various awards, biographical information, assorted brochures and articles on art and fashion, travel brochures, postcards,...
Dates: 1917-1968

Lorin Farrar Wheelwright papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 3164
Scope and Contents Collection primarily documents the activities of Lorin Farrar Wheelwright but contains some of the personal papers of his parents David R. and Valborg Rasmussen Wheelwright from 1890 to 1980, including documents pertaining to their lives as children, students, parents, missionaries, and workers through personal autobiographies, pictures, journals, correspondence, and personal writings.The bulk of the collection contains personal documents of Lorin Wheelwright's life in music,...
Dates: 1890-1980