World War, 1914-1918
Found in 93 Collections and/or Records:
Bound notebooks with handwritten lists of Brigham Young University students enlisted in World War I and lists of those killed in action and receiving commendations. One notebook compiled by Alice Reynolds.
Typed biography of Dora Maiben. Dora was born in 1886 in Provo, Utah, and died in 1978, in Bountiful, Utah. She studied nursing at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, served as a nurse with the United States Army in France during World War I, and cared for United States personnel stationed in Germany after the war. She later served in the Balkans and then returned to Utah. She never married.
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 papers related to the personal life and accomplishments of Smith, and his wife Lucile. Includes awards and certificates for Calvin, and documents related to Lucile receiving the Utah Mother of the Year Award. Also includes letters from Philo T. Farnsworth and Victor L. Brown, and the missionary diary of Calvin. Dated 1906-1976.
Contains photographs taken or collected by Smith. Includes photographs and postcards from Smith's missionary service in Germany as well as his service as chaplain in World War I. Also includes images of Hyrum Mack Smith's graveside, Smith at Carthage Jail with Sydney B. Sperry, and the Calvin Smith family with his mother, Mary Taylor Schwartz Smith. Includes a family scrapbook and some negatives from the C. R. Savage Studio. Dated approximately 1890-1956.
Contains artifacts owned and used by Calvin Schwartz Smith. Dated approximately 1914-1930.
Loose photographs taken by Smith during his service in World War I. Dated 1918.