Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
Contains miscellaneous personal papers from Mack Wilberg. Included are cartoons which were most likely hung on his office wall and handwritten notes on scrap paper and other papers which are unique or unidentifiable as to their relation with the other material. Dates range approximately 1985-1999.
Contains all the paperwork for Mack Wilberg's faculty advancement as a professor at BYU. It includes information forms and letters of reccomendations. As well as samples of his courses syllabuses and work. Dates range 1984-1989.
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 all materials relation to Mack Wilberg's education, the majority from his graduate program at the University of Southern California. He was also the director of several choirs, including the choir of the United Methodist Church. Contained in the subseries are personal school papers, fliers and performance programs. There are also publications and newspaper clippings. Dates range approximately 1973-1988.
Contains educational papers for Mack Wilberg while he was a graduate student at the University of Southern California. Included in the papers are his resume and report cards. Other papers are associated with project he completed, seminars he attended and notes he created. Date range is approximately 1981-1983.
Contains items written by Florence Green Marsh. They tell of her conversion story and voyage to America. Following her coming to America, she experienced harships within her family including the loss of her brother Dan. Her family eventually joined her in America. Materials are dated approximately 1945.