Designs and plans
Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:
Material contains papers relating to the military service of Jack Wayne Merryman in the U.S. Army during World War II. Contains a transcribed interview conducted in 2004. He describes his unit's work in France, Holland, Belgium, and Germany. Describes his conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Also contains letters, photocopied articles, photocopied photographs and photocopied battle plans for the invasion of France. Dated 1942-2004.
File includes an emailed copy of James Franklin Brooksby's obituary, a brief military autobiography, and a brief history of the 379th Bombardment Group. There is also a map of Europe showing his 35 flight missions during the war. Dated before August 2, 2014.
Contains all materials connected to Mack Wilberg and his career as a professor at BYU and the conductor of several on campus choirs. Dates range approximately 1983-1999.
Contains papers in relation to the BYU concert choir. Includes rosters and directories. Present are also correspondence and papers written by the choir members about their experiences. There is also a design for the dresses to be worn by female members, with fabric samples. Dates range 1985-1997.
Design for a headstone over the grave of Magdalene Hirsch Heilner, mother of Sigmund and Seligmann, Laudenbach, Lower Franconia, Germany. Dated before 1900. Also includes a page of reference information about the headstone.