Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Bartlett Letters, 1904-1905, includes a letter written by Ashley Bartlett in Chicago, Illinois, on December 31, 1904, to his wife Winnie Lydia Bartlett in Vernal, Utah. Collection also includes two envelopes, one corresponding with the letter, and another from 1942.
The collection contains photocopies of seven journals dating from 1929-1958 and miscellaneous papers, 1939-1977. The papers are mostly published articles written by Lloyd on education and religious themes, and education in Japan.
Includes diagrams and materials dealing with projects for the United states Smelting, Refining and Mining Company from 1924 to 1958, especially those in Alaska, Chicago, Torrence, CA, and Midvale, UT. Some of these projects include asphalt, turbine generators, tail sluice, dredge data, conveyors, a lead refinery, a zinc plant, and a crushing plant.
The newspaper clippings (photocopies) and correspondence included in this collection primarily chronicle B. H. Roberts' travels, sermons, and writings from 1896-1908. Some clippings address Mormonism in general, as well as other religious topics.
Contains newspaper clippings of major historical events. Clippings were saved by Mary Luella Merza Young Goulding and/or Victoria Goulding Stovall, probably in Chicago, Illinois. Materials dated 1913-1963.