Religion -- Poetry
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Poem written by Robert Walter Weir on June 18, 1876 at West Point. The poem was addressed to "J.H. Bailey, formerly professor of chemistry U.S military."
Series contains poetry written by Helen Spencer Schlie of Arizona throughout her lifetime. Includes published and unpublished works, as well as music for which she wrote the lyrics. Also included are poems by other authors Schlie collected throughout her lifetime. Many of the poems are religious in nature. Dated approximately 1965-2014.
Contains published books, poems, musical compositions, short stories, and consecutive drafts of some works. These works include anthologies for Utah poets and prose writers. Stewart's works discuss themes of nature, religion, and her own family. Dated circa 1930-1980.
Contains poems by Robert Walter Weir, dating from between 1848 to 1921 in New York. The poems are concerning light, religion, death of children, and nature. A few of these are unsigned so there exists the possibility that some were not authored by Weir, but rather dedicated to or written for him. There are some duplicates and almost all of the poems are handwritten.
Contains materials related to the work of Helen Spencer Schlie in Arizona. The collection includes documentation of her business endeavors, catalogs, correspondence. Also included are documents related to a first edition Book of Mormon she owned, LDS cultural, doctrinal, and historical items. There are many speeches by LDS leaders and poetry written by Schlie and other Mormon authors included as well. Dated approximately 1965-2014.