Archive: "Womens Manuscript Collections" Category

Emmeline B. Wells diaries

To celebrate Women’s History Month, L. Tom Perry Special Collections is pleased to announce the availability of a new digitized collection: Emmeline B. Wells diaries (Vault MSS 510). This collection contains Emmeline B. Wells’s original diaries from 1844 to 1920. Her often daily entries spanning nearly 80 years present pragmatic descriptions of daily activities along with her own daily …

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Harriet Ann Thatcher Preston diary

L. Tom Perry Special Collections is pleased to announce the availability of a new digitized collection: Harriet Ann Thatcher Preston diary (MSS SC 1381).  This handwritten and bound diary dates from late 1872-mid 1873, and describes daily events from Preston’s life, including an account of a train trip from Utah to the East that Preston took with her …

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Parting words from a student processor

One of our student manuscript processors recently graduated from BYU, and the following is a post regarding her experience working in the Perry Special Collections, written on Wednesday, April 22. It is a great example of a student’s perspective of the benefits of working in Special Collections and what can be learned from historical documents. …

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Nellie McArthur Gubler family papers

As part of our general collection development policy for 20th and 21st century Western American, Utah, and Latter-day Saint history, the L. Tom Perry Special Collections preserves family history collections (including journals, letters, scrapbooks, photographs, business records, family histories, family newsletters,  autobiographies, literary manuscripts, and electronic materials).  The Nellie McArthur Gubler family papers chronicle the …

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