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Eph and Verena : a Hatch family history

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2236
Scope and Contents Autobiographical and family history of the Hatch family, privately published. The family lived in Provo, Utah. It deals with life in the mid to the end of the 20th Century in a primarily Mormon community. Some of the most important topics in the volumes include: Mormon missionary work, local and churchwide music, and the everyday events of a family in the mid to latter portion of the twentieth century. Includes Hatch's planning and architectural work for BYU Physical Plant as well as Provo and...
Dates: 1920-2000

John R. Halliday papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4105
Scope and Contents The collection primarily tracks Halliday's career in music education at Brigham Young University. It includes course materials, memory and photo scrapbooks, sheet music, choral instruction manuals, and microfilm recordings of individual student recitals, group concerts, etc. It also includes material from Halliday's service as President of the Italy Milan mission from 1976-1979 (missionary progress and histories, mission correspondence and circulars, addresses given, etc.), as well as other...
Dates: 1887-1987

Music Festival programs

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 1159
Scope and Contents Programs from an annual Music Festival held at Brigham Young University. These programs are from 1948 to 1963.
Dates: 1948-1963

The Vans : Van Wagenen, Van Wagoner, 1964 : also, Epperson's collection of treasures

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 126
Scope and Contents Typewritten autobiography. Epperson writes about his life and career as a teacher and as a musician. He played the violin and composed music. He was raised in Midway, Utah but later live in Provo, Utah. Also included are mimeographed copies of songs written by him.
Dates: 1964

Young Company records

 Collection
Identifier: UA 1024
Abstract This collection documents the history of the Whittlin’ Whistlin’ Brigade’s and The Young Company’s, as well as Harold R. Oaks, director of the company, histories at Brigham Young University.
Dates: 1961-2002