Education -- Utah -- Provo -- History
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Printed and handwritten certificate. The item is a license which authorizes Hyrum H. Anderson to teach religion classes for the Mormon Church in Provo, Utah. The item was signed by the president of the Mormon Church, Wilford Woodruff, and by George Reynolds and Karl G. Maeser.
Handwritten assignments. These items were done by school children at schools in Provo, Utah. The topics covered include: writing (grades 1-4) and writing (grades 4-8), arithmetic (grades 2-8), geography and history (grades 4-7), and language and grammar (grades 1-8). These assignments were bound into books with "Lewis and Clark Exposition 1905 Provo Public Schools" on the spines.
Typescript and cassette tape of an oral interview with Keifer Sauls by Richard Bennett on February 3, 1975. Sauls tells about coming to Brigham Young University as a student in 1911 and his employment by that institution from 1920-1972. He presents many personal observations on the growth of BYU, and how it was administered during the terms of various presidents.