Educators -- Utah -- History
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies of handwritten diaries. Anderson writes about his early life in Lehi, Utah; his activities at Brigham Young Academy; his teaching experiences at Mayfield, Brigham City, and Hanksville, Utah and in Arizona; and his bee keeping business in Idaho and California.
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.
Correspondence, field notes, and essays. Dalley participated in the Federal Writers' Project of the WPA. These materials relate to his assignment to describe the archeological findings, natural landmarks, local buildings, roads, and many other aspects of Kane County, Utah.
Correspondence, diaries, certificates, photographs, an autobiography, photocopied family history, and newspaper clippings. The materials relate to Dunn's family life, educational career, and political views.
Handwritten diary and scrapbook. The journal was kept from 1 Jan. to 31 Dec. 1883 when Greenwood was serving as a missionary in New Zealand. He reports on his daily activities in entries that are often lengthy and detailed. The scrapbook was created by Alma's wife, Florence Greenwood. It contains newspaper clippings from the 1880s that relate to Mormons, Utah, and to national happenings.
Correspondence, legal papers, mementos, certificates, and family papers. Correspondents include James E. Talmage, George H. Brimhall, and Karl G. Maeser. Also included is a certificate signed by President Ulysses S. Grant.
Scrapbooks, correspondence, meeting minutes, typescript of a master's thesis, newspaper clippings, sermons, poems, diaries, and an autobiography published as "An Acorn Became an Oak." The materials deal with Heidenrich's life, career as a Congregationalist minister, his angelic visitations, and his conversion to the Mormon Church.
This collection contains the personal history of Rodney H. Brady, in eleven volumes, written by Rodney H. Brady, that outline his life. Each book contains a major section of his life. There are eleven different books, with two copies of book 3, making twelve in total.