World War, 1939-1945
Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
"A million-dollar experience that I wouldn't give ten cents for again" : stories of Franklin D. Day, USMC World War II--Pacific Theatre / Danette Day, 2010
Submitted in Winter Semester 2010 by BYU student Danette Day to Professor Deirdre Paulsen, oral history of Franklin D. Day, USMC concerning the Pacific Theatre. Some of the stories deal with Mormonism.
Contains posters and family histories. The posters are news maps of World War II that depict the location of battles and other war related news, dated circa 1939-1945. The family histories are all on CD and cover the lives of Calvin and Jean Beecher, as well as several of their ancestors and were compiled circa 2011.
This series contains the history of the Blaisdell family, which includes Elijah Whittier Blaisdell, John Blaisdell, Mary Frances Blaisdell, and Ruth F. Blaisdell. This series spans from circa 1906 to 1999. It includes journals of family history; marriage, divorce, birth, and death records; and genealogy records.
This collection contains the Blaisdell family papers, consisting of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, programs, articles, family history notes and papers, genealogy books, articles, and other miscellaneous papers, dated circa 1800-1984.
Contains a CD-ROM of biographical information about Calvin and Jean Beecher and several of their ancestors. The biographical information contains funeral material, personal life sketches, biographies, and photographs, circa 2011.
Contains maps of World War II events. The maps served as newspapers, telling what took place and showing the location on the map. Calvin Beecher had copies of these because of his service in the Navy during World War II. The maps date circa 1939-1945.
This series includes papers from Charle H. Price's Church service as a missionary in Germany from 1930 to 1932, patriarch for the Pike's Peak Colorado Stake, and other various callings. Also included are papers from his personal life. Materials include his book Concerning God, the history he wrote about the Pike's Peak Stake, correspondence, journals, awards, photographs, scrapbooks, news articles, and other materials.