Found in 1087 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten letter from a clergyman of Beloit, Wisconsin to a Mrs. Boggs. The item contains reminiscences and personal experiences of the author as well as detailed physical and social descriptions of Beloit, Wisconsin, the authors new home. The author also describes the development of his church in Beloit as well as his plans to influence local politics and society.
Includes correspondence with Dr. Frederick C. Waite and Dale L. Morgan, printed material, and numerous notes and references relative to the life and activities of John C. Bennett.
The three letters of this collection were written on 1, 12, and 23 March 1962. The first and last of these were written by Bennett to William M. Timmins, Jr., (1936- ), and the second was written by Timmins. The letters deal with the topics of free trade and the lead-zinc mining industry.
Speeches, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Bennion's personal, educational, business, and religious activities. The largest amount of the materials relate to his speeches. The bulk of correspondence is between other apostles and general authorities of the Mormon Church.
Lesson outlines, notes, scriptural references, grammar and vocabulary words, word lists, publications, patriarchal blessings, and correspondence. Most of the materials relate to the Tahitian language and Benson's attempts to master it and use it in his missionary work.
Contains music that was sent to Bernard Zaslav. It also includes a letter from William Primrose. Dated 1959-1980.
Bernard Zaslav correspondence and music from composers and other musicians, approximately 1800-2011, bulk: bulk 1956-2011
Contains music that was written for Bernard Zaslav and his performing ensembles, music with related correspondence that was given to Bernard Zaslav and his performing ensembles, and Zaslav's collection of materials on Gabriela Lena Frank and Émile Férir. Dated approximately 1800-2011 with the bulk of the materials being from 1956-2011.