Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Alice Tomlison was born in 1857 in England. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and she migrated to Utah and settled in American Fork. She married Joseph Armstrong in 1871 and died in 1941.
Contains music scores that Bernard Zaslav and his ensembles performed. It also includes concert programs from some of those performances. Dated 1843-2001 with the bulk of the materials being from 1950-2000.
Typewritten story with handwritten corrections. The story is a fictionalized account of a young woman living in New Harmony, Utah. In the item, Chamberlain tells about her life in nineteenth century Utah.
Contains materials pertaining to Gordon Childs’ research on, experience with, and study of, the viola d’amore. It includes his personal collection of viola d'amore music, his research on the viola d'amore, and other materials related to well-known contemporary viola d’amore players and composers. Dated 1602-2014 with the bulk being from 1935-1997.
File contains both printed and digital copies of a biography on Don P. Christiansen written by his son. The biography discusses Christiansen's service as a Public Relations Officer of the U.S. Army during World War II. The biography includes black and white photographs of Christianson during his service. Dated 2004.
Contains several biographies about Mons Larson and his wives; letters among family members; Larson, Malmstrom, and Eklund genealogy research notes; family reunion records; family photographs, including one that is attached to curved glass; and a draft of the Mons Larson Book of Remembrance. Also includes a DVD of much of the material. Dated 1882-1999, with the bulk of the materials dated 1946-1999.
Contains a list of scores that were included in the donation, a list of Schuman's Lyon and Healy publications, biography of Schuman, articles reviewing works by Schuman, and two volumes of the American Harp Journal featuring articles about or by Ellis Schuman. Materials date from 2000-2014.