Seminaries and Institutes
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Contains typed-out transcripts of the minutes of various university meetings including the Undergraduate Faculty Meeting, the Department Chairman's Meeting, and the Religion Faculty Meeting. Contents created between 1967-1969.
Richard O. Cowan collection of material relating to seminaries and institutes is a collection of materials relating to seminaries and instiutes as well as home teaching.
Typewritten letter, statement, and a transcript. Durham writes to William E. Berrett, "administrator of L.D.S. Seminaries and Institutes," accusing Berrett of destroying his career because Durham was critical of the educators in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Thomas Jerold Stirland, of the "Ogden L.D.S. Institute," defends himself against charges that he was disloyal to the Church educators. The symposium was held in Logan, Utah, and dealt with Church education.
Records documenting branch and Israel District operations include agendas, budget and financial information, correspondence, records relating to Orson Hyde Memorial Gardens, minutes, Book of Mormon translation file, and photographs.
Contains research papers and materials in Mormon history including bibliographies of Mormon Standard Works, journals from Church leaders, and magazine articles pertaining to Mormon history. Also includes articles and research materials from Mormon historians including Lester Bush, Jr. and Bruce R. McConkie. Materials dated between 1843-1991.
Contains memos and correspondence with President Wilkinson discussing Church institutes and seminaries, major programs and BYU and Ricks College, and various Church schools and proposed schools around the world. Dated 1957 to 1963.
Contains letters, memos and reports between President Wilkinson and various leaders of the Church Education System. The materials discussed various educational programs spanning from Institute and Seminary to Church-owned Univeristies such as BYU. The reports discuss students, statistics, and events of these schools. Dated 1959.