Educators -- Utah -- History
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, notes, speeches, certificates, poems, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to Reinhard's missions for the Mormon Church, his teaching activities, and his relationship to his family. Correspondents include Karl G. Maeser and Reinhard's wife, Sarah Caroline Shepherd.
Correspondence with Mormon Church leaders and Utah government officials, genealogies, histories, patriarchal blessings, autobiographies, scrapbooks, mementoes, photographs, yearbooks, and publications. The items relate to Muir and his family, his teaching and his business careers, and his work in the Mormon Church.
Handwritten diaries with photocopies of the items. Reese writes about his work as a teacher and as a school administrator, his missions to Wales and Australia for the Mormon Church, his service as a local politician, and his assignments as a local Mormon leader. Reese also tells about personal and family matters and records partriarchal blessings and lists important dates in family history. Materials dated 1882-1979.
A typewritten autobiography, a history, newspaper clippings, stories, plays, correspondence, poems, music, and photographs. The materials relate to Robinson's service to the Mormon Church, his early life in Farmington, Utah, the celebration of his 102nd birthday, and advice to his children. Box 1/folder 2 contains photos of Robinson.
This collection contains 5 color postcards, 56 color photographs, and 21 black and white photographs of the life of William O. Robinson in one folder. It contains black and white photographs as well as postcards. Images include family portraits, snapshots, vacation postcards in Europe and California, an MIA dance competition, and William O. Robinson at 102 years of age. An item description list is included in the collection.
Diaries, a scrapbook, newspaper clippings, essays, poems, correspondence, a biography, a published book with handwritten corrections, and a film strip. The materials deal with Robinson's dancing, music, and educational careers. The diaries are in six volumes and relate to Robinson's mission for the Mormon Church in Colorado.
Newsletters, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous items. All of the materials deal with various aspects of Snow's life, especially her teaching career.
Phtocopies of letters, speeches, certificates, program outlines, biographical sketches, and jokes that have been bound into a book. The materials deal with Strong's life and career as an educator. Strong was active in the Mormon Church and served on a mission for that faith in Tahiti. Also included is a book by Strong entitled: "What do you Think?" with a handwritten dedication in the front.