Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
Materials contain the Saints at War Participant Information Sheet of Harlan Clark regarding his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Dated May 16, 2001.
Contains miscellaneous documents, manuscripts, and papers relating to Edgar and Helen Foster Snow, mostly concerning their lives outside of their careers. Materials date from 1726-2000.
History of Kane, Pennsylvania, written by one of Thomas L. Kane’s sons [Elisha Kane?]. The narrative picks up somewhere in the early to mid-eighteenth century, undated 1 item.
Collection contains the history of the Vanderhoof Branch located in British Colombia, Canada. Story describes the movement of people into the Vanderhoof area as well as the organizing of various church organizations within the area. Also realates the story of the building of their new chapel. Dated approximately 1977.
Includes correspondence, writings, speech transcripts, subject files, photographs, printed items, reports, and other papers. Major topics include the Olympics, dance and other forms of human movement, and the physical education of women in the United States and around the world. Includes information on the construction of the Richards Building on the Brigham Young University campus and Holbrooks' participation in several professional organizations. Dated approximately 1927 to 1991.
Contains information from both the personal and professional life of Blair Holmes, and includes journals, correspondence and professional papers documenting his life in Utah, his mission in Austria, and family life from 1932-2016. Also includes diplomas and other ephemera of Holmes and other family members from 1932-2008. Dates range from 1932 to 2018.
Contains materials relating to the Black Hawk War. Included are the writing of John and Etta Sidwell documenting the story of the pioneers and the first settlers in the Salt Lake Valley as well as his speeches, music scores, letters, journals, and three notebooks used at war veteran meetings. Materials are dated approximately 1880-1910.
Materials include articles, papers and letters describing Jack Miller's service in the U.S. Army during World War II. He tells of all of the mistreatment he received as a prisoner and the Bataan Death March. Dated 1955, 2001, 2004.