Sports and Recreation
Found in 149 Collections and/or Records:
Collection focuses on Clinton Larson's athletic, military, and physical education careers and include correspondence between him and his wife between 1917 and 1921, photographic slides from his larger collection, books that largely feature Clinton Larson as an athlete, clothing and accessories both from World War I and track meets, trophies and medals, scrapbooks that include newspaper clippings and photographs, and personal and professional documents, all dating between 1892 and 1980.
Typewritten constitution written to establish guidelines for the purpose, organization, and function of the organization. The members included twelve academies in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
History of extramural sports at Brigham Young University, 1968-1990.
Typewritten and signed letters. The two items are dated March 5 and April 15, 1943. The letters are addressed to Jim Hecker of Provo, Utah, extending to him an invitation to play with the New York Football Giants until he is drafted into the U.S. military. The letter states the terms of the contract such as payment and benefits.
Contains a DVD of "Margie of the Wasatch," a film produced in 1946 on the slopes of the Alta Ski Area near Salt Lake City, Utah. The film features the acting of notable skier Sverre Engen, and was made in part to showcase several of the attractive qualities of the Alta Ski Area.
Contains financial records, such as receipts, bills, cancelled checks, audit report, and Mountain States Conference Officials' Association dues. Dated 1937 to 1960.
Contains materials related to the operations of the conference and its policies, including meeting minutes, financial records, T.V. plans, the conference operating code, statistics, newspaper clippings, and reports of athletic meets and disputes. Also included is the correspondence of the conference commissioner, E. L. Romney, and other correspondence. Dated 1927 to 1962.
Contains reports on student aid provided by the Mountain State Athletic Conference, news clippings, and records for Skyline basketball, football, and conference histories. Dated 1938 to 1962.