Mormon families -- Utah
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Contains assembled manuscripts for proposed, titled works as well as untitled works. Examples of some works are "Ettie Lee," "The Brightness of Hope," and "A Letter to my Parents." Manuscripts are also often anthologies of Stewart's poetry. All writing discusses Mormon history, Stewart's family history, or Mormon religion. Materials date from between approximately 1955 and 1984.
Contains records of Robert W. Stewart's military career, including physical examinations reports, letters, records of duty, and other materials. They document his military service, including all assignments and comments of his superiors. Additionally, they pertain to his health and post-military work. Materials date from between approximately 1920 and 1985.
Contains journals, genealogical papers, Robert W. Stewart's military records, book layouts, awards, and other materials. These papers document Ora Pate Stewart's personal thoughts and writings, as well as her husband's career, both during active duty and retirement. This series also includes materials concerning Stewart's relationships, both of colleagues and friends. Dated circa 1930-1995.
Contains approximately 2,000 letters written between 1918 and 1985. Majority of letters are written by Robert John Evans, but other authors include his son, Robert Pugmire Evans, and his mother, Alice Hazel Stallings Evans. Other letters are written by family friends and include holiday and birthday cards. Subjects of the correspondence include religious missions, school and university work, and everyday experiences.
Contains personal, professional, and travel journals belonging to Robert John Evans. Materials dated 1922 to 1994, with the bulk of the materials falling between 1963 and 1994.
Letters sent by Robert John Evans to his parents Robert James Evans and Alice Hazel Stallings Evans between 1939 to 1977. Letters discuss everyday occurrences, family happenings, and school and work opportunities. Majority of letters sent from Pullman, Washington and East Lansing, Michigan by Robert John Evans to his parents in Utah.
Contains 618 slides taken between 1983 and 1985 while Robert John Evans was on Brigham Young University Travel Study tours to England, Mexico, Greece, Turkey, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Austria, Hungary, and other places in Eastern Europe. Materials dated 1983 to 1985.