Colleges and Universities
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include a program from the inaugural Benjamin Cluff Jr. Annual Lecture, the featured essay for 2003 and a newspaper article about Chieko N. Okazaki's inaugural address, as well as programs and recordings of addresses given as part of the annual lecture. Dated 2003.
Contains portraits of the presidents of the university from Warren N. Dusenberry to Merrill J. Bateman, excluding Rex E. Lee's portrait. Materials date from between 1875 and 2003.
Contains ten photographs and five correspondence of Benjamin Cluff, Jr. Among the photographs is a family picture of the Benjamin and Harriett Cluff family. Correspondence is between Cluff and his son, Cyril, as well as Cluff and the Utah-Mexican Rubber Company.
Invitation to O. H. Berg, bishop of the Provo 1st Ward (Latter-day Saint), to attend groundbreaking ceremonies for a building to house preparatory and missionary schools on the Brigham Young University campus.
Certificates and diplomas awarded to faculty and students of Brigham Young University, Brigham Young Academy, and one from Ricks Normal College. Includes diplomas for George H. Brimhall, Edwin S. Hinckley, Margaret Vilate Elliott, Karl G. Maeser and Hester Mabel Warner. Items date from between 1870 and 1953.
Series of panorama-style sketches of the presidents of Brigham Young University from Warren N. Dusenberry through Jeffrey R. Holland.
Contains three family histories-one of Ray P. Cox, one of George Byron Cox, Jr., and one of Susan Lucretia Henrie Cox. It also contains a compact disc that contains each of the histories. Also included is a diary that contains notes from a lecture given by Benjamin Cluff, Jr. The notebook was kept by George B. Cox, Jr.
History produced by J. Marinus Jensen, Newbern Butt, Elsie Carroll and Bertha Roberts of the Committee on University History, all appointed by Franklin Harris, 1937. 337 pages.
Contains correspondence between Cluff and students, parents, Church leaders, and others related to the administration of the Academy. Includes information on the Beaver Branch. Materials date from between 1903 and 1904.