Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
Envelope with explanation written by Elizabeth Dennistoun Wood Kane of what is inside, “Extract from Philip Hone’s diary relating to my mother’s marriage. Copied by Mrs. W. No. 3, a proof of her amiability, as the entry is of her predecessor’s,” entry is 1 p., folded, dated 1830; also envelope addressed to William Wood, New York, from Kane, PA.
Contains the papers of professional dancer George B. Ellsworthe. Included are many programs and brochures from productions he was featured in or put on, newspaper clippings about productions, letters pertaining to his career, personal papers, a book containing his family's history, books about dancers and dance, and scrapbooks. Photographs of his dance students and their productions and photographs of his home and family life are included as well. Materials are dated 1940-2006.
Materials contain the personal papers of Enos Carlson regarding his service in the U.S. Army during World War II. Describes his participation in of the invasion of Leyte and the Battle of Okinawa. Dated 1941-1946, 2001.
Contains personal correspondence by Wilkinson, dating from between 1976 and 1978.
Materials consist of papers and records from the experiences of Robert P. Evans as he served in both ward and stake responsibilities in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Also included are a few personal and family history items from Evans. Materials are dated 1977-1997.
Three slideshow film rolls and accompanying narration about "Frau Holle," a German fairy tale.