Latter Day Saint women
Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains research materials and manuscripts for the Unofficial Manual for Bishops' wives, which includes articles, surveys, and correspondence. The collection also includes Adams' personal journals. Materials dated 1968-2011.
This collection consists of original, photocopied, and printed articles concerning the feminist movement of the 1970s and 1980s. Many of the articles deal with the interaction between Mormons and the feminist movement, including the reactions of Church members to the Equal Rights Amendment. This collection dates from 1971 to 1982.
Contains the records of the activities of the Associated Women Students, including diaries, scrapbooks, and photographs of members and homecoming royalty.
Professional papers of Howard M. Bahr and Kathleen S. Bahr, including research and data on sociology of the family and gender roles, the sociology of religion and in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Native American studies, particularly Navajo employment. Includes raw data computer printouts, surveys and analysis of research results, final reports, presentation materials, research notes, and transcribed interviews. Materials dated 1960-2019.
Papers and scrapbooks relating to her work in humanities and music at Ricks College, her role as mother and wife, and position as 1978 Idaho Mother of the Year. Collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal journals (1976-1979), class syllabi, grant applications, and papers written for publication and presentation. Includes information on the 1976 Teton Dam disaster.
Contains materials collected by Maureen Ursenbach Beecher, including various manuscripts, and paper drafts, research materials, personal projects and papers, and professional materials and student papers. Also contains files on various organizations and committees Beecher played a role in, correspondence, personal office files, files and minutes of the Relief Society, as well as various audio and visual materials, circa 1967-1997.
Newsclippings, letters of congradulation, and certificates relating to becoming Utah's Mother of the year and on having her one hundred birthday anniversary. The congratulatory missives are from Spencer W. Kimball; president of the Mormon Church, Calvin Rampton; governor of the state of Utah, and Gerald Ford; president of the United States.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten biography. Henry Boley and Barbara Hart were born in Berlin, Germany. Henry was born in 1795 and Barbara was born in 1793. They married and later came to Pennsylvania where they joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They later moved to Nauvoo, Illinois, and migrated to Utah in 1850. They finally settled in American Fork. After the death of Barbara, Henry married Mary Anderson. Dated 1944.
Certificate, photographs, letters, and statements commemorating Ora Chipman's service in different endeavors, compiled by the Exchange Club of Salt Lake. Primarily concerns her work with the wool industry, specifically with the Utah Wool Growers Association; service in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; and community service in American Fork, Utah. Includes a newspaper clipping describing the event.