Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Anti-Mormon lecture notes
Contains two notebooks of notes given at Anti-Mormon lectures likely given in Lancaster, Ohio in 1918. Speakers included Arthur C. Latimer and a Mrs. Williams. The notes document public addresses by disaffected Mormons about polygamy, temple rites, and other aspects of Mormon life.
By the temple they pass
Handwritten poem by an unknown author, probably a Mormon, dealing with the religious significance of temples.
California redwoods; Oregon coast; Mt. Rainier; Pullman, Washington, 1989 May-June
Chicago University Branch collection of Sunday School speeches
Copies of revelations
Ephraim Hatch bound volumes, 1875-1975
Contains various photos.
Ephraim Hatch collection of university building histories, 1974-1985
Contains bound volumes of photographs and information of the different physical plants and campus buildings.
Ephraim Hatch drafts for A History of the Brigham Young University Campus and the Department of Physical Plant, approximately 1975
Contains bound volumes of photographs of the univeristy campus and its development during the presidencies of various university presidents. Volumes assembled in approximately 1975.
Ephraim Hatch loose images, 1971-1988
Contains various photos and negatives of buildings, sculptures and other architectual focuses of BYU campuses and surrounding Provo area.
Families are forever / [MCA Corporate Films] ; [producers, Stephen B. Allen, John G. Kinnear, L. Jay Monk, William N. Burch], 1982
Film was released in 1982, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department. The story is of a family who is comforted by the idea that families can be together forever after a family member dies. Dated 1982.