United States -- History
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
American Heritage lecture tapes
Contains audio tapes of American Heritage/Social Science 100 lectures from Fall 1979, Winter 1980, and Fall 1981.
Robert O. Lowe collection
The collection contains the personal research files of the donor (about 6500 pages) on the history of the town and area of Palmyra, New York; American political pamphlets and election memorabilia, including pins and posters; uncirculated American stamps, many contain autographs like Neil Armstrong, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Kennedy, and etc.; and historic postcards (including 362 on the Palmyra, New York area) and greeting cards collections.
Annaleone Davis Patton papers
The Annaleone Davis Patton papers contains papers, ephemera and documents produced and collected over the course of her lifetime with regards to California Latter-day Saints and two organizations with which she was associated: The Daughters of Utah Pioneers and The Ina Coolbrith Circle.
Ruth Louise Partridge papers regarding history, undated
Contains Partridge's undated papers regarding history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Utah history, Arizona history, United States history, and international history (including European royalty).
J. M. Smith speech
Handwritten speech intended to commemorate a Fourth of July celebration in the United States. Smith writes about the creation of the United States and its growth as a nation. He also tells of the evils of alcohol consumption. The item was signed "J. M. S." who is believed to have been J. M. Smith.
Sound cassettes of social science courses
Contains audiocassettes of course lectures and meetings from the Brigham Young University Social Science 100 course, from 1977 to 1978. Most of the lectures feature Dr. Martin Hickman. Also includes recordings of other class meetings accompanying the course, with discussions led by teaching assistants.
John C. Swensen papers
Contains handwritten and typewritten notes and syllabi concerning European civilization and American history, taken while attending Stanford University.