History -- Study and teaching -- Utah -- Provo
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Department of History chair correspondence, 1956-1970
Contains letters produced during the administrations of Eugene Campbell, Richard D. Poll, and De Lamar Jensen.
Department of History chair records, approximately 1959-1974
Contains correspondence and memos produced during the administrations of De Lamar Jensen and Richard Poll.
Department of History chair records, approximately 1957-1969
Contains applications for teaching positions, correspondence, letters of recommendation, professional evaluation forms, photographs, and faculty data sheets produced during the administration of Eugene Campbell.
Department of History chair records, 1960-1967
Contains letters, scholarships and awards, reports, budgets, and senior comprehensive examinations (1959-1962) produced during the administartion of Eugene Campbell.
Department of History chair records, approximately 1963-1972
Includes correspondence, memos and proposals, some about the faculty, graduate students, and budgets produced during the administration of De Lamar Jensen.
Department of History records
Contains department chair records, student and instructor papers, exams and notes. Materials date from between 1947 and 1973.
Department of History sample tests, approximately 1947-1974
Contains sample tests from history classes 170, 180, 332, and 636, circa 1947-1974.
Philip M. Flammer correspondence
Correspondence from Philip M. Flammer to Margie and Marty Smith. About half of the letters are addressed to the couple and the remaining half are addressed to only Margie. Topics of the letters include Flammer's teaching study abroad terms in London, Russia, and Jerusalem; health concerns with depression; presentations and publications; and his role as a history and religion professor. Materials are dated 1983 to 1991.
George M. Addy class notes, approximately 1956-1974
Contains class notes of George Addy (a history professor) while a student.
George M. Addy history exams, approximately 1956-1974
Contains exams taken by George Addy (a history professor) while a student.