Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
Game-day programs include football advertisements, player rosters, statistics, and other articles pertaining to football at Brigham Young University. Some programs are missing, while others are duplicated. Dates range from 1938 to 2004.
Contains brief biographical sketches of the people for whom the buildings on Brigham Young University campus have been named.
The collection contains typewritten biographies of Glen E. Nielson that was read when he was given an honorary doctor's degree at Brigham Young University. Nielson organized the Huskie Oil Company and served in numerous community and Mormon Church positions.
Typewritten biography of J. Edward Johnson with handwritten corrections. Johnson, a Mormon, was born in Murray, Utah, studied at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and worked for many years in California as a lawyer. He wrote a number of books on Mormon Church history and on constitutional law in the United States.
Berry was an insurance agent who secured a loan for BYU.
Contains manuscripts, biographies, photographs, correspondence, building plans, articles, and filmstrips, all from many different persons and departments on campus.
Contains biographical information on members of the Brigham Young University faculty, administration, and board of trustees. Various files contain information on the subjects' professional, civic, family, and church activities. Some files include newspaper and magazine articles, and talks.
Contains clippings and other biographical information on Brigham Young University staff members, dating from between 1900 and 2000.
This manuscript was written by Nalani Young Wight and Karla C. Erikson and details some of the experiences of Kay Young. It contains accounts of his experiences in World War II through journal entries, as well as his experiences at Brigham Young University where he served as Student Body President in 1946.