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Louisa May Alcott papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 503
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed correspondence of Louisa May Alcott and her sister, May Alcott Nieriker and various other family members and writers. The letters are of both a private and professional nature, and discuss social engagements, familial affairs, writing schedules, and upcoming publications. Also included are two portraits, a sound recording with transcript of a radio adaptation of "Little Women," the poem recording with transcript of a radio adaption of "Little Women," the poem "Lines to a...
Dates: 1862-1888

John T. Dorcheus correspondence and genealogy

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 1718
Scope and Contents Correspondence, newspaper clippings, poetry, genealogies, temple record books, and miscellaneous items. The materials deal with Dorcheus, his family, and his genealogy. Most of the correspondence was between Dorcheus and his son, John Alexander Dorcheus, and other family members in 1918 when John was serving in the United States Army. John was killed in action on 7 Oct. 1918. One letter is from John Alexander's wife expressing grief at the loss of her husband. Also included is a "Branch...
Dates: 1881-1976

Moses Franklin Farnsworth papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1678
Scope and Contents Correspondence, record books, pension petitions, certificates, pamphlets, articles of incorporation, poems, blessings, poems, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Farnsworth's activities particulary in the Mormon Church. Included in the collection are letters from the fourth president of the Mormon Church, Willford Woodruff, patriarchal blessings, letters relating to Mormon polygamy, and a book recording the work done in the Manti Temple of the Mormon Church.
Dates: 1870-1900

Springville March 19 hundred and froze to death

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 1121
Scope and Contents Poem written in a letter to Moses's wife, Olive H. Huntington Childs. The poem explains that inclement weather kept him from reaching Heber City, Utah, from Springville, Utah. He has been late in planting and they will not have a wheat crop. The item is written in a humorous style.
Dates: approximately 1900

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