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Found in 755 Collections and/or Records:

David Booth Gottfredson and Irma Grainger Gottfredson family papers, 1898-2008

Identifier: MSS 7615 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains personal and professional papers of David Booth Gottfredson that include an autobiographical record, several daily planners, and other various documents. The series also includes family history papers for the Gottfredson, Grainger, Bringhurst, Steele, and Salkield families, and personal papers of Irma Grainger Gottfredson that contain mostly correspondence and calendars. Dates are between 1898 and 2008, when some scrapbook and record volumes were updated most recently. Materials...
Dates: 1898-2008

David Booth Gottfredson personal papers, 1898-1977

Identifier: MSS 7615 Series 2 Sub-Series 1
Scope and Contents

Contains the personal papers of David Booth Gottfredson which were created within his life dates, 1898 and 1977, and include military papers, correspondence from military service between 1943 and 1944, transcripts of speeches and talks he wrote, nine volumes of an autobiographical record, war diaries, his funeral papers, and other various items. Materials dated 1898-1977.

Dates: 1898-1977

David W. Seegmiller diary II part 2, 1940-1942

 File — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197233637591], Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 7523
Scope and Contents note

David W. Seegmiller diary, January 1940–December 1942, including photographs, performance programs, and other important papers. This part of the diary tells of his next two years of teaching and summers in New York City. He also mentions the marriage of his sister Marie and the attack at Pearl Harbor. During this time he receives his patriarchal blessing, is drafted into the army, and is sent off to training camp in the Pacific Northwest.

Dates: Other: 1940-1942

David W. Seegmiller diary II part 3, 1943-1944

 File — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197233637591], Folder: 6
Identifier: MSS 7523
Scope and Contents note

David W. Seegmiller diary, January 1943–December 1944, including photographs and other important paper relating to his time spent in the military. There is also an autographed photograph of Judy Garland. This part of the diary deals particularly with his service in the army. He was trained in Chinese and telephone operation.

Dates: Other: 1943-1944

David W. Seegmiller diary III part 1, 1945 January-August

 File — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197233637591], Folder: 7
Identifier: MSS 7523
Scope and Contents note

David W. Seegmiller diary, January-August 1945, including photographs and news clippings. This diary tells of his military experiences overseas in India and China.

Dates: Other: 1945 January-August

David W. Seegmiller diary III part 2, 1945-1946

 File — Carton 1: [Barcode: 31197233637591], Folder: 8
Identifier: MSS 7523
Scope and Contents note

David W. Seegmiller diary, September 1945–December 1946, including photographs. This part of the diary describes his honorable discharge from the army following the war and his return to Utah. It also tells of his decision to move to New York to continue his musical education.

Dates: Other: 1945-1946

D. Clyde Davis papers

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197232573755]
Identifier: MSS 8615
Content Description

Contains materials pertaining to D. Clyde Davis' service as a Seabee, or a member of the United States Naval Mobile Construction Battalion. Includes some personal papers as well as a photo album depicting scenes from his experiences in Bougainville Island, a part of Papua New Guinea and the largest island of the Solomon Islands group. Materials dated approximately 1942-1945.

Dates: 1942-1945

William E. Davis diaries

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 59
Scope and Contents

Holograph diaries kept by Davis during his service in the Civil War. Includes brief statments regarding drills, deaths, weather, and daily activities.

Dates: 1862-1865

Eliza Jane Staker Day autobiography

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230337336]
Identifier: MSS 492
Scope and Contents

Typescripts of autobiographical materials. Day writes about her early life in Mt. Pleasant, about the defenses in the town during the Black Hawk War, and about her family. Also included is a biography by Day of her mother, Eliza Cusworth Burton Staker, who was a pioneer and an early settler in Mt. Pleasant.

Dates: 1842-1843

Edgar De Miller interview

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230331354]
Identifier: MSS SC 3182
Scope and Contents Transcript of an interview conducted by Peter Milanzi on 27 Jan. 1985 for the Ray Hillam war project. De Miller was drafted into the United States Army when he was working in Chicago, Illinois, when he was 37 years old. He served as an infantry platoon leader starting at age 38 and later became a company commander training combat soldiers. De Miller worked with foreign correspondents in Tokyo, Japan, following the war. He did not think that the United States participation in the war was...
Dates: 1985 January 27