Found in 646 Collections and/or Records:
Contains audio recordings of the talk radio program Thinking Aloud on compact discs. Program content covers a wide variety of subjects including science and technology, art and literature, social sciences, and history. Dates range from 2005 to 2012.
Contains notes for Camp's book entitled Finding June. The notes include an outline for the story and a shooting schedule for the book's fictional TV series. Finding June was published in December 2012.
Contains materials produced by the author A. E. Cannon. Includes incoming and outgoing correspondence of A. E. Cannon. Correspondence regards both professional work and personal life. Includes manuscripts of various A. E. Cannon works along with revision notes. Also includes articles produced by A. E. Cannon or which reference her and her work. Emphasizes Cannon's various publications for children and young readers. Materials dated 1980 to 1997.
Includes typewritten and illustrated scrapbooks containing stories, poems, essays and plays, written and prepared by Carroll's students.
Two typewritten manuscripts of the story "Cedar Breaks." Each of the versions contains the fictional story of a Mormon family in Cedar City, Utah practicing polygamy. The story was published in 1976 under the title, "Zion Town."
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 132 typed poems on 161 carbon pages in a hard bound volume. The volume includes humorous parodies, lighthearted poems written for specific individuals, and somber eulogies. Some poems are religious or patriotic in nature. The publication has no date recorded however, many poems are individually dated 1801-1903.