American poetry -- 20th century
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
Edward H. Eitel letter
One typewritten letter and one printed poem entitled "The Doctor" by Riley. The letter, addressed to "Dear Mr. Robinson," was written by the deals with the poem "The Doctor."
Eva Burton Franz and Bernice B. Holmes papers
The Eva Burton Franz and Bernice B. Holmes papers consists of three books. Eva Burton Franz's poetic diary and letters are included; Bernice B. Holmes' poetry is also included.
Heber J. Grant papers
Typewritten autobiography, poems, correspondence, pamphlets, and a poem of eulogy presented at the time of his death stating many of Grant's accomplishments. Some of the items were signed by Grant and by others. In his autobiography, Grant writes about his experiences and his faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Lillian H. Heil family papers
Contains materials relating to the life and family of Lillian H. Heil. Includes letter correspondence between Lillian H. Heil's parents Frank Harmon and Lillie Esplin, family newsletters, family reunion bulletins, and histories and poetry about Orderville, Utah. Dated approximately 1908-2017.
Minnie Iverson Hodapp papers
Printed, typewritten, and handwritten poems and short stories. Also included are a scrapbook, notes, diaries, an autobiography, and biographies. The materials relate to Hodapp's life, research, poetry, and background. She also served on a mission for the Mormon Church in Hawaii.
A hornbook for witches : poems of fantasy
Typewritten poems with handwritten corrections. The items deal with witches. This collection was published in 1950. Drake dedicated her work to her "sixteenth century ancestor, Jean Bodin, who also concerned himself with witches."
Joseph W. Booth diaries and poems, 1885-1928
Handwritten diaries and poems. These journals were kept from 1885 to 1928 when Booth was in Alpine, Utah, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, and in Turkey and Armenia as a missionary and as mission president.
Joseph W. Booth poetry, 1885-1921
Contains poetry produced by Booth, dated from between 1885 and 1921.
Letter, poems, and an evelope, 1914-1923
Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to George L. Beam, and dated 17 Sept. 1923. Also included is the envelope in which the missive was sent, a handwritten poem titled "Recompense," and a magazine clipping of the item in print dated February 1914. In the letter Benjamin informs Beam that he has paid most of his bill, but more funds are due.