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The dimmed vision
Printed copy of a pamphlet (18 pages) entitled "The Dimmed Vision," published by Deseret Book. The date of publication is uncertain. The item is a short story relating to Mormons marrying in a Mormon temple.
Photocopies of a typewritten book draft with handwritten corrections. The book "Family Kingdom" is a fictionalized account of the lives of the author's parents, John W. Taylor (1858-1916), an apostle in the Mormon Church, and Janet Maria Woolley Taylor (1870- ), a polygamous wife.
Great reckonings in little rooms
Typewritten copy of Smeath's dissertaion for her PhD degree in the Department of Theatre and Cinematic Arts at Brigham Young University. The item is entitled: "Great reckonings in little rooms: Christopher Marlowe, Thomas Kyd, and certian circles of association." Also included are two typewritten plays with handwritten corrections. They are entitled: "A Pride of Heretics" and "The Foreordained."
Herbert Harker papers
Miscellaneous items of Mormon literature
The collection contains four manuscript short stories, one poem, eight pages of handwritten notes, and one typed pageant script.
Typewritten play dealing with a Mormon family at the time of a Mormon General Conference.
Samuel W. Taylor papers
Correspondence, research materials, and drafts relating to Taylor's histories, novels, articles, plays, and motion picture scripts. The materials relate to a wide range of Mormon related topics and to other subjects.
Douglas H. Thayer papers
The collections consists primarily of manuscripts of Thayer's works, including personal notes, publisher/editor corrections and correspondence, and some public response. Also included are various newspaper and magazine articles featuring the author.
A trip on Memory Ship
Photocopy of a typewritten "pageant." The item depicts scenes in the life of Martha Smith Harris. She was the daughter of Hyrum Smith (1800-1844), the brother of the first president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Joseph Smith (1805-1844).
Jean Woodman papers
Scrapbook, interview tape and transcript, newspaper clippings, articles, a publisher's contract, and literary and family memorabilia. Eight of the eleven folders relate to Woodman's novel, "Glory Spent," including information on the writing process, relationships with the publisher, and the review process. Also included is Woodman's biography of her husband, Herbert B. Woodman.
- Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences 7
- Literature 5
- Drafts (Documents) 3
- Manuscripts 3
- Performing Arts 3
- Biography 2
- Letters 2
- Mormon women -- History 2
- Notes 2
- Scrapbooks 2
- Agriculture 1
- Articles 1
- Authors 1
- Authors, American -- History 1
- Christian fiction, American -- Mormon authors 1
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 1
- Colleges and Universities 1
- Contracts 1
- Diaries 1
- Education 1
- Family histories 1
- Fiction -- 19th century 1
- Fiction -- 20th century 1
- Histories (Literary works) 1
- Lawyers -- Biography 1
- Manuscripts, American 1
- Maps 1
- Material Types 1
- Mormon Church -- Anniversaries, etc. 1
- Mormon authors 1
- Mormon authors -- History 1
- Mormon women -- Fiction 1
- Newspapers 1
- Pamphlets 1
- Publications 1
- Quakers -- Fiction 1
- Temple work (Mormon Church) 1
- Women authors -- History 1 ∧ less
- Taylor, John Whittaker, 1858-1916 2
- Taylor, Samuel W. (Samuel Woolley), 1907-1997 2
- Anderson, Nephi, 1865-1923 1
- Crandall, Evelyn, 1876-1967 1
- Harker, Herbert 1