Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:
Contains artist's renderings of Brigham Young and another man in Emigration Canyon, and of various campus scenes at Brigham Young Academy and Brigham Young University, including: bell tower, Karl G. Maeser Building, Wasatch Mountains, graduation, whitewashing the Y, Lewis Building fire, man and woman by canal, marching band, Ernest L. Wilkinson addressing assembly for new students, and flag raising. C. L. Purcell identified as artist on some pieces. Contains 21 items.
Contains art inspired by Gail S. Halvorsen, the Berlin airlift, and the history of flight. Includes scripts, songs, poetry, drawings and paintings, calendars, and postal items. Materials dated 1986-2014.
Includes papers, audio-visual materials, souvenirs, art, and newspaper clippings from Gail S. Halvorsen's career in the United States Air Force, both before and after the Berlin Airlift. Portions of this series are from Vandenburg Tracking Base in California and from Gail S. Halvorsen's time as commander of Tempelhof Central Airport in Berlin, Germany. Dated 1942-1974.
Contains papers, media, and memorabilia documenting the life of Gail S. Halvorsen after his retirement from the United States Air Force. Includes records of his continued contact with Germany, his humanitarian activities, and candy drops and visits he performed at various locations around the globe. Materials dated 1948-2017.
Contains published copies of the Freshman Reader and writing guides prepared by Tate. Also includes drafts, artwork, notes, and other documents related to their publishing. Materials date from between 1982 and 1990.