Speeches, addresses, etc., American
Found in 166 Collections and/or Records:
Contains speech made after MacArthur was relieved of his command in Korea by President Truman.
Correspondence, annual reports, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, printed programs, historical fact sheets, speeches, and periodicals documenting the history of the Provo branch of the association.
Printed speech presented before a joint session of congress on April 2, 1917 asking for a declaration of war against Germany. The item was written by Konrad Kail and is called "America's call to Arms." Kail used dark and light pen strokes in writing the speech which make a profile portrait of Wilson.
Collection includes newspaper clippings, certificates, speeches, correspondence, memoranda, poetry, awards, greeting cards, check stubs, and magazine articles. The materials relate to Anderson's life and career as an editor.
Arizona historian tells of early 'Mormon' settlement in that section : gives high praise to pioneers
Partial transcript of a speech given by McClintock at an LDS stake conference in Phoeniz, Arizona, February 6, . Reviews the role of the Mormon pioneers in settling Arizona and their accomplishments.
Contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, certificates, speeches, essays, and periodicals. Much of the materials deal with Bates's historical studies and writings, including the production of the film Reflections. Also included is an autobiographical sketch by Edward Wootton, Bates's father. Materials date from between 1958 and 1981.
Typewritten talk given in the fall of 1964 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Rebecca Bean lived in the Joseph Smith house from 1915 to 1939. She talks about the anit-Mormon sentiments of many of her neighbors and tells about how she and her husband, Willard Washington Bean, coped with these issues.
This collection consists of a reel-to-reel tape of a forum address given by Robert Neelly Bellah in January 1988. The address is entitled "The Quest for Common Commitments in a Pluralistic Society."