Pearl of Great Price
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains materials used by James R. Clark in writing the six volumes of Messages of the First Presidency. The material covers the years 1824 -1984. It also contains several drafts of each of the volumes.
Contains manuscripts, drafts, research notes, photocopies of books, articles and other material, and bibliographies written and collected by Hugh Nibley pertaining to his publications. Topics of the material include the Joseph Smith papyri, Abraham, the Pearl of Great Price, and many other topics related to Christianity and Mormon doctrine. Materials date from approximately 1926 to 2008.
Contains correspondence, research notes, drafts, articles, photocopies, and papers collected and written by Hugh Nibley for lectures and publications. Includes material on scriptural studies conducted by Nibley. Materials date from approximately 1911 to 2008, bulk from approximately 1950 to 2008.
Contains research notes, newspaper clippings, photocopies of books, articles, and other material, papers, drafts, and letters written and collected by Hugh Nibley. Research topics include the Book of Mormon, Bible-related subjects, Mormon history, the apocryphal, Brigham Young, and many other topics. Materials date from approximately 1940 to 2003, bulk from 1950 to 2003.
Contains notes, drafts, articles, and photocopies of various materials collected and written by Hugh Nibley pertaining to his unpublished writings. Materials date from approximately 1955 to 2001.
Notecards on Adam, the origin of man, Old Testament prophets, the Council of the Fifty, the Pearl of Great Price, cosmology, etc.; also biographies and assorted biographical information.
Typescripts of pertinent newspaper articles (1824-1950), bibliographical information for LDS scriptures, rough drafts of volumes 1-4 of "Messages", unpublished pamphlets and books, audio reels and cassette tapes of Church-related people and events, filmstrips, typescripts and photocopies of "Messages" source material, correspondence, notes, unbound/uncut copies of volumes 5 and 6 of "Messages", pertinent student papers, etc.