Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Beatrice Sparks biographical and personal papers, 1949-1999, bulk: 1970-1999
Beatrice Sparks collection of fan mail, 1972-2005
Materials include letters Beatrice Sparks has recieved in response to her books. Many include personal content and stories related to the themes in Spark's books. The other letters are mostly from students responding to an author for a school asignemnt. Dates range 1972-2005.
Beatrice Sparks correspondence, articles, and other materials on her books, 1971-2000
Clawson Y. Cannon papers
Clawson Y. Cannon correspondence, 1948-1976
Clawson Y. Cannon ephemera, correspondence, and recording, approximately 1952-1976
Contains personal correspondence from Cannon's close family, especially his children and grandchildren. The correspondence is largely if not wholly undated. Most of it is greeting cards. Also contains a folder of empty envelopes with addresses. The book is a collection of newspaper clippings, scriptures, and other quotes. Also contains one audiocassette with two women talking about their memories of the Clawson family. Materials dated approximately 1952 to 1976.
Clawson Y. Cannon family photographs, approximately 1945-2001
Contains photographs of various members of the Cannon family from approximately 1945 to 2001.
Clawson Y. Cannon family scrapbook, 1859-1975
Clawson Y. Cannon papers from Lebanon, 1950-1956
Contains correspondence, papers, and notes that were created during the time that Clawson Y. Cannon resided and worked in Beirut, Lebanon, for the United States government. They date between January 29, 1950, and November 21, 1956. The materials come from several sources, including his various applications that he needed to enter Lebanon and life insurance payments. Some items of interest include correspondence with Ezra Taft Benson, David O. McKay, and Ernest Wilkinson.
Clawson Y. Cannon personal journals, 1952-1976
Contains the hard leather-bound personal journals of Cannon that he penned from February 3, 1952, to October 20, 1976. The journals contain both handwritten and typewritten accounts from Cannon's life. They describe some of the time Cannon resided and worked in Lebanon, as well as a good portion of his teaching career at Brigham Young University.