Track and field
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains books related to various aspects of Clinton Larson's life and career, including religion, athletics, coaching, secondary and college education, Boy Scouting, various events (the Olympics and World's Fair), and the United States Army.
Dates: Publication: 1909-1980
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 7
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 9
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 6
Scope and Contents Contains scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and photographs documenting Larson's years as a high school, collegiate and professional athlete, and his years in the army. Scrapbooks include photographs, newspaper clippings, and some official correspondence reporting athletic events, Clinton Larson’s participation in the AAU, Boy Scouts, American Legion, Utah sports boosters, etc. The photographs, dated 1914-1940, are primarily of Clinton Larson but also include images of some friends and family....
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 8
Scope and Contents Contains a portion of Clinton Larson's slide collection, including slides of Brigham Young University athletics and student activities, pictures of early air transportation, photographs of Salt Lake City, and slides of Mormon temples. Also includes photographs, primarily of Clinton Larson as an athlete and soldier, with some photographs of Clinton Larson's older years, and some with family, Lillian and Clinton F. Larson, and a photograph of Clinton Larson's high jump that won him the NCAA...
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 2
Identifier: MSS 7580 Series 4
Scope and Contents Contains trophies and medals won by Clinton Larson in various athletic competitions throughout his athletic career, the majority of them in the running high jump events, and ribbons, pins, and medals awarded Clinton Larson by the United States Army and the Boy Scouts of America.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7580
Scope and Contents Collection focuses on Clinton Larson's athletic, military, and physical education careers and include correspondence between him and his wife between 1917 and 1921, photographic slides from his larger collection, books that largely feature Clinton Larson as an athlete, clothing and accessories both from World War I and track meets, trophies and medals, scrapbooks that include newspaper clippings and photographs, and personal and professional documents, all dating between 1892 and 1980.