Latter Day Saint universities and colleges
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Contains two statistical studies concerning member growth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Church university needs, and other statistical information.
Contains records, including tape transcripts of Franklin L. West's narrative of the "history of the department of education of the LDS Church," relating to Brigham Young University, LDS Business College, and the Juarez and Kelsey academies. Also includes correspondence on candidates for Brigham Young University president. Dated approximately 1936 to 1966.
Professional papers including research material, newspaper clippings and correspondence. Most of the material concerns city and urban management.
Contains historical and biographical material of John Conrad Naegle, Mormon pioneer, who, at one time, owned a tract of land in Fremont, California, which was purchased by BYU in 1961 as a possible site for a junior college. 23 items.
Letters, memos and other materials on the topics of BYU student involvement in local YSA stakes, sunday school programs and temple worship. Dated 1959 to 1962.
Contains letters and memos between President Wilkinson, church leaders and others on the topic of the Indian program as well as on specific members of the Ute tribe attending church schools. Dated 1960 to 1962.
Includes a study of enrollment trends in the Church Education System in order to determine the locations of additional junior colleges.