Richard Douglas Poll papers, 1844-1994  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Poll, Richard Douglas, 1918-
Title
Richard Douglas Poll papers
Dates
1844-1994 (inclusive)
Quantity
41 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0674
Summary
The Richard Douglas Poll papers (1844-1994) contain essays; correspondence; articles; personal and family materials; research on the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), LDS Church apostles and prophets, "new" LDS Church history, world history, and communism; scrapbooks; and papers written by Poll with others and by others. Richard Douglas Poll (1918-1994) was a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), a first lieutenant in the United States Air Force, a Vice President for Administration at Western Illinois University (WIU), a successful professor and writer of LDS Church history, and a civic-minded individual who spoke out on anti-communism and academic freedom.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Richard Douglas Poll (1918-1994) was a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), a first lieutenant in the United States Air Force, a Vice President for Administration at Western Illinois University (WIU), a successful professor and writer of Mormon history, and a civic-minded individual who spoke out on anti-communism and academic freedom. During his life he wrote six books, seven pamphlets, and many articles about his political views, history, and significant members of the LDS Church. Poll was born on April 23, 1918, in Salt Lake City, Utah. His family moved to Fort Worth, Texas, when he was ten years old. There, he graduated from W. C. Stripling High School in 1934, and then went to college at Texas Christian University (TCU) and graduated in 1938 with a degree in history. He was awarded the Wilber Kidd Fellowship from 1938 to 1939, and completed his master's studies at TCU in 1939. Soon after graduating from TCU, Poll began a mission for the LDS Church in Germany. However, as World War II approached, the LDS Church recalled its missionaries from Germany and reassigned them. Poll finished his mission in Canada and returned home in 1941. During World War II he served as a first lieutenant in the United States Air Force from 1942 to 1945, without seeing the front. He obtained his first teaching position at the United States Army Air Force Administrative Officer Candidate School, working there from 1942 to 1944. He met Emogene (Gene) Hill after giving a sermon in 1943; later that year, they were married in the Salt Lake City LDS Temple.

After World War II, Poll returned to school to obtain his Ph.D. in history. Financial assistance for these studies, from 1946 to 1948, came through the Willard D. Thompson Fellowship. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1948. He then began teaching history at Brigham Young University (BYU). Poll had an extensive teaching career. He taught regular classes at BYU until 1969. He also taught occasional classes at the University of Maryland, European Division, during the 1958 and 1965 academic years. In 1959, he was elected the Charter President for the American Association of University Professors at BYU, and he became the director of the Rocky Mountain Assembly in 1961. In 1970, he moved to Illinois to accepted the position of Vice President for Administration at Western Illinois University (WIU). He stepped down from this position in 1975. During his administrative years at WIU, he also taught history classes and continued teaching there until his retirement in 1983. However, even in retirement his teaching skills and knowledge of Mormon history were in great demand, and he continued to teach occasional classes at BYU from 1983 to 1994. Poll was active in academic and civic affairs. For example, in 1969 he became president of the Mormon History Association. He became the associate director of the BYU Honors Program in 1962, and he was named Honors Professor of the Year at BYU in 1969. He received the Presidential Merit Award in 1979 for his constant effort to maintain the highest quality and accuracy in his work. He was elected Secretary/Treasurer at the BYU Academy Foundation in 1985. In addition, from 1978 to 1993 Poll and his wife taught adult education classes in basic reading and writing skills offered through the LDS Church. Beginning in the late 1940s, Poll wrote articles and gave speeches on anti-communism and Mormon history. Poll used his spiritual teachings and beliefs to define two distinct types of active and dedicated Mormons. Symbols for the two types came from the Book of Mormon. The "Iron Rod" came from Lehi's dream, and "Liahona" from Lehi's experience in the wilderness. In "Liahona and Iron Rod Revisited" (located in box 73, folders 7-10), Poll explains his conceptualization of this dichotomy within the membership of the LDS Church, and it has become a defining metaphor within the discourse of the LDS culture. He explained this philosophy by stating, "The Iron Rod Saint does not look for questions but for answers, and in the gospel he finds or is confident that he can find the answer to every important question. The Liahona Saint, on the other hand, is preoccupied with questions and skeptical of answers; he finds in the gospel answers to enough important questions so that he can function purposefully without answers to the rest." Poll and his wife both considered themselves to be Liahona Mormons. The best known article that Poll wrote is considered to be, "What the Church Means to People Like Me," and was prepared in 1963. In 1975, his first book was published. It was co-authored by Eugene E. Campbell and entitled Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought. Poll's second book, Utah's History, was originally published in 1978, and was republished in 1989 after a revision. Howard J. Stoddard: Founder, Michigan National Bank was published in 1980. Poll became chairman of the WIU North Central Association Self Study Committee in 1979, and used this experience to write and publish Western Illinois University, 1980: A Self Study. In 1985, he published The Honors Program at Brigham Young University, 1960-1985, a book which evolved from Poll's work with the BYU Honor Program. History and Faith: Reflections of a Mormon Historian, the last of his books published while he was still living, was published in 1989. This book, written over a twenty year period, is a compilation of essays concerned with the "new" Mormon history. Poll also wrote a book about Henry D. Moyle, but it did not meet the Moyle family's expectations and they would not allow him to publish the manuscript. Posthumously in 1994, Poll's family donated his extensive collection of papers to the University of Utah. The Henry D. Moyle manuscript was among the papers donated. Special Collections Manuscripts Curator Stan Larson, Ph.D., edited Poll's manuscript on Moyle and directed its publication in 1999, with the title Working the Divine Miracle: The Life of Apostle Henry D. Moyle.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Richard Douglas Poll papers (1844-1994) provide information on the personal life of Dr. Poll, the political and religious history of the United States, and the historical background of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The collection contains correspondence, personal notes, business files, research materials, and rough drafts of Poll's writings about special university programs, the "new" Mormon history, and significant members of the LDS Church, including Hugh B. Brown, Howard James Stoddard, and Henry D. Moyle. Poll's personal information is housed in boxes 1 through 12. Included in this section are Poll's personal correspondence, school papers and yearbooks, curriculum vitae, an autobiography, awards, and information on his mission to Germany and Canada for the LDS Church from 1939 to 1941. These files are followed by information about his family (both immediate and extended) and five scrapbooks with contents ranging from 1918 to 1958. These scrapbooks contain photographs, news clippings, letters, telegrams, program guides to events connected with him and his siblings, ticket stubs, class papers, commencement and graduation announcements, and certificates.

Poll's office files, contain academic, business, and research files from Poll's professional activities, and are housed in boxes 13 through 50. Poll was a professor of early Mormon history, political history in the United States, national and world history, and religious studies. All of Poll's academic files contain lecture notes, outlines, examinations, examination keys, course schedules, and attendance records. The academic files from Brigham Young University (BYU) are located in boxes 13 through 20. Files from his teaching at the University of Maryland during the 1958 and 1965 academic years are in box 21. Files from Western Illinois University (WIU) are located in boxes 22 through 29. Poll's business files, in boxes 30 through 41, contain information on real estate sales, associations in which Poll was a member, conference packets, business correspondence, LDS Church business files, information on business associates, political contribution records, and other documents. Boxes 42 through 50 contain Poll's general research files for background information on the articles and speeches he wrote. They include such topics as general research articles and information on various companies, organizations, people, and certain aspects of Mormon society. Boxes 51 through 76 contain his research and writing files. Notes, drafts, and other material related to Poll's writing activities are in these boxes and focus on LDS topics. The research files and drafts for each book project have been kept together and are in the order of publication. The files concerning Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought are located in boxes 51 through 54. The research files about Brown include his correspondence, an incomplete autobiography, interviews, biographical highlights and sketches, and some of his journals. Utah's History information is housed in boxes 55 through 58, and the research contains maps, correspondence, pictures, political notes, and statistical information. Howard James Stoddard: Founder, Michigan National Bank files are located in boxes 59 through 60. The research on Stoddard includes family correspondence, genealogy charts, and information from Michigan State University Press and the Singler Grand Jury. The History and Faith project is located in box 61. This book is a compilation of essays concerning the "new" Mormon history. Finally, the Henry D. Moyle project is in boxes 62 through 70. This final project was published posthumously, as it did not match the ideals of the Moyle family. The research includes samples of Moyle's writings, biographical excerpts, information from Consolidated Freightways Inc. and the Deseret Livestock Company, correspondence, information on his stake presidency, his diaries and daybooks, information about his educational background and missions, and several interviews with friends and family. Boxes 71 through 75 contain articles, pamphlets, speeches, and notes written by Poll. The articles or speeches that were reviewed or edited by Poll for another author are in box 76. Box 77 folders 1-12 contain research on the article "The Move South." Box 77 folders 13-15 through box 82 folders 1 and 2, contain research notes and transcripts of diaries and letters pertaining to the Utah War. Box 82 folders 3-21 contain transcripts of interviews done by Poll.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Photocopying of materials in Box 70 is prohibited.

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the Richard Douglas Poll papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Richard Douglas Poll papers, Ms 674, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations:Ms 674.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Personal Correspondence, 1929-1942Return to Top

Container(s): Box 1

Personal Correspondence, 1942-1944Return to Top

Container(s): Box 2

Personal Correspondence, 1945-1955Return to Top

Container(s): Box 3

Personal Correspondence, 1956-1966Return to Top

Container(s): Box 4

Personal Correspondence, 1966-1976Return to Top

Container(s): Box 5

Personal Correspondence, 1977-1994Return to Top

Container(s): Box 6

Personal Documents, 1929-1939Return to Top

Container(s): Box 7

Container(s) Description Dates
box
7
Folder
1-19
School Papers
1929-1939
20-24
The Jacket Journal
Contains the high school newspaper for which, Poll was a reporter and editor-in-chief.
1933-1934
25
Life at Stripling
Yearbook for Poll's junior year in high school.
1933
26
The Yellow Jacket
Yearbook for Poll's senior year in high school.
1934

Personal Documents, 1938-1948Return to Top

Container(s): Box 8

Container(s) Description Dates
box
8
Folder
1
The Horned Frog
Yearbook for Poll's senior year in college.
1938
2-22
Ph.D. Studies, University of California
1945-1948
23
Vocational Examinations
1947-1948

Personal Documents, 1931-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 9

Container(s) Description Dates
box
9
Folder
1
Awards
1946-1994
2
Diary
1931
3
Personal History Items
4-11
Air Force Service Record
This is Poll's DD 201 file. The use copy is located in folders 4-10, while the original document is in folder 11.
12
Curriculum Vitae and Bibliography
13-16
"Richard D. Poll: His Story"
1918-1945
17
Testimony to the Church
Written by Poll about his fiftieth wedding anniversary.
1993
18
West Germany/Canada Mission Journal
1939-1941

Family Information, 1939-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 10

Container(s) Description Dates
box
10
Folder
1
Pages from Nanette Poll's Scrapbook
2-4
Christmas Cards
Each of these cards contain a description about the Poll's life and how their family changed from year to year.
1945-1993
5
Emogene (Gene) Hill Poll
This file contains one of her report cards from Western Illinois University, a Valentine's Day card for her with a poem from Poll, and a program from her memorial service.
6
Carl William Poll History
1971
7
Poll Family Reunions
8
Poll Family Groups
1981-1991
9-29
West Germany/Canada Mission Correspondence
1939-1941
30
West Germany Mission Reunion
1989
31-34
Canadian Mission Reunions
1987-1989

Scrapbooks, 1918-1939Return to Top

Container(s): Box 11

Container(s) Description Dates
box
11
Folder
1
Childhood through High School
1918-1934
2
Life at Texas Christian University
1934-1937
3
Post-College Life
1937-1939

Scrapbooks and Awards, 1939-1958Return to Top

Container(s): Box 12

Container(s) Description Dates
box
12
Folder
1
Missionary Work Scrapbook
1939-1941
2
World Tour Scrapbook
This scrapbook contains typewritten narratives by Gene Poll.
1958
3
Fellow Award

BYU Academic Files, 1952-1966Return to Top

Container(s): Box 13

Container(s) Description Dates
box
13
Folder
1
"The Utilization of Large-Screen TV"
This was written by Poll, Owen Rich, and Tess Williams to assist with History 170 and similar classes.
1966
2-3
American Opinion
1964
4
The Blue Book of the John Birch Society
1961
5
"McCarthysim: The Fight for America"
1952
6-11
"Communism and the American Heritage"
12-16
The Marshall Affair
17
Presidents of the United States
18
Salt Lake Tour
19-25
Teaching about the Nauvoo Experience
26
Early Utah History
27-29
Women and Men

BYU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 14

Container(s) Description
box
14
Folder
1
History 12
2-3
History 31, 32, and 33
4-6
History 74
7
History 116
8-10
History 118 and 119

BYU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 15

Container(s) Description
box
15
Folder
1-12
History 120
13-26
History 121

BYU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 16

Container(s) Description
box
16
Folder
1
History 122
2-6
History 123
7
History 129
8-15
History 130
16
History 161
17
History 166
18-26
History 170
Includes the lecture outlines to accompany a slide presentation now housed in Multimedia Section (P0660).

BYU Academic Files, History 170Return to Top

Container(s): Box 17

BYU Academic Files, History 170Return to Top

Container(s): Box 18

BYU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 19

Container(s) Description
box
19
Folder
1-2
History 180
3
History 182
4
History 185
5-11
History 188
12
History 189
13
History 191
14
History 192
15-17
History 221 and 222
18-20
History 225
21-22
History 226
23-25
History 275
26
History 306
27-28
History 360

BYU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 20

Container(s) Description
box
20
Folder
1-9
History 366
10
History 377
11
History 390
12
History 400
13-17
History 401
18-19
History 490
20-22
History 577
23-24
History 578
25
History 666
26-27
History 677
28-32
History 679

University of Maryland Academic Files, 1958-1966Return to Top

Container(s): Box 21

Container(s) Description Dates
box
21
Folder
1-4
History 1
5-8
History 2
9-10
History 5 and 6
11
Government and Politics 1
12
Political Science 105
13
Political Science 120
14-17
European Division
1958-1959
18-22
European Division
1965-1966

WIU Academic Files, 1980-1981Return to Top

Container(s): Box 22

Container(s) Description Dates
box
22
Folder
1-2
Board of Governors Home Study Class
3
Regional Studies
4
Self Study Guide
This is a report to aid WIU students who are considering home study.
1980
5
Self Study Guide Update Notes
1980-1981
6
History 101
7-10
History 105
11
History 106
12-18
History 111
19-23
History 131
24-25
History 225
26-30
History 226

WIU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 23

Container(s) Description
box
23
Folder
1-3
History 302
4-23
History 308
24-29
History 322

WIU Academic FilesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 24

Container(s) Description
box
24
Folder
1-4
History 343
5-9
History 366
10-11
History 475
12
History 517
13
Religious Studies 101

WIU Administration Files, 1969-1983Return to Top

Container(s): Box 25

Container(s) Description Dates
box
25
Folder
1-10
A - Ad
1970-1983
11-12
Administrative Council Minutes
1969-1973

WIU Administration Files (Ad - An), 1970-1983Return to Top

Container(s): Box 26

Container(s) Description Dates
box
26
Folder
1-2
Administrative Council Minutes
1970-1975
3-5
American Association of University Professors
6-10
Annual Evaluations
1975-1983
11-15
Annual Reports to the President
1970-1975

WIU Administration Files (Ap-F), 1966-1974Return to Top

Container(s): Box 27

Container(s) Description Dates
box
27
Folder
1
Applying for Presidency of the University
1974
2-5
Appointment to Vice President of Administration
1969
6-10
John T. Bernhard
Bernhard was president of Western Illinois University when Poll was vice president.
1966-1969
11-12
Campus Disturbances Committee
13-14
Capital Budget Committee
15
Collective Bargaining
16-17
College of Arts and Sciences
18
Committee on Mormon Society and Culture
19
Contract of Richard D. Poll
20-22
Council on Planning and Development
23
Energy Conservation Committee
24
Faculty Show
1970

WIU Administration Files (H-I), 1969-1980Return to Top

Container(s): Box 28

Container(s) Description Dates
box
28
Folder
1
History Department Chairman Candidates
2
History Department Chairman Advisory Committee
3-4
History Department Chairman's Office
5-6
History Department Committee on Faculty and Student Life
7
History Department Correspondence
8-9
History Department General Information
10
History Department Library Committee
11-12
History Department Program Committee
13
History Department Regional History Committee
14-17
History Department Retention, Promotion, and Tenure Policies
18
International Budget
1969-1970
19-20
International Programs
1976-1980
21
Interview Information for Position at WIU
1969

WIU Administration Files (K-V), 1969-1982Return to Top

Container(s): Box 29

Container(s) Description Dates
box
29
Folder
1-3
Kaskaskia Program
An individually defined academic program for WIU undergraduates.
4
Library Plan Information
5
"A Master Plan--Phase III"
This was prepared by the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
1971
6
National Endowment for the Humanities
7
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
8
"Policy Document and Reports of the American Association of University Professors"
1969
9
Caudill Rowlett Scott and Phillips Swager Associates, "Preliminary Plans for a New Auditorium"
1974
10-11
Presidential Merit Award
1981-1982
12
"Proceedings of the Board of Governors"
1970-1971
13
"Proposed Fine Arts Building"
1972
14
Provost and Academic Vice-President Selection Committee
15
Reassignment to History Professor
16
University Steering Committee Minutes
1971-1974
17-20
Vice-President Alumni Items

Business Files (A-Ch), 1946-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 30

Container(s) Description Dates
box
30
Folder
1-4
American Civil Liberties Union
5-6
American Historical Association Convention
7
Lavina Fielding Anderson
8-9
Basic Curriculum Abroad
10
Board of Higher Education Committee on Governance
11-20
Business Correspondence
1946-1993
21
Brigham Young University Historical Symposium
22-23
Central Intelligence Agency
24-26
Church Business
1974-1978
27
Church Information
1992
28-30
Church News
1979-1980

Business Files (Co-Ec), 1947-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 31

Container(s) Description Dates
box
31
Folder
1
College Council Minutes
2-9
Contracts
1947-1979
10-13
Contribution Records
1990-1993
14-15
Credit Union
16
Dallas Conference
1967
17-18
Dean's Council
19
Dialogue
1977
20-22
Dress Standards
1969
24
Economic Concepts Communications
25
Economic Education Workshop
1956

Business Files (Ed-H), 1952-1969Return to Top

Container(s): Box 32

Container(s) Description Dates
box
32
Folder
1-3
Education Week
1964-1965
4-7
Election Materials
1952
8
Employments of BYU Faculty Members
1968
9
Experiment in International Living
10-11
Faculty Banquet
1969
12
Ford Foundation
13-14
Fulbright Act
15
Fund for Adult Education Conference
16-17
George Romney and Sons
18
Great Books
19
Gun Control
20-25
Robert Hinkley
26
Honor Council
27
Howard Fellowship
1957-1958

Business Files (I-Mc), 1960-1978Return to Top

Container(s): Box 33

Container(s) Description Dates
box
33
Folder
1
International Business Machines (IBM) Seminar
1973
2
Icarians
3-5
The Ideals of American Freedom Conference
6
Institution Building in Utah
7
Inventory Seminar
1978
8-10
John Whitmer Historical Association
11-12
Journal of Mormon History Editorial Board
13-15
Kempten Delegation Team
16-18
Leadership Week
1960-1963
19
Rex Lee
20
Macomb Branch Business
21
Brian Madsen
22-23
David Martin
24-26
Bruce R. McConkie
27
Sterling M. McMurrin

Business Files (Mi-O), 1984Return to Top

Container(s): Box 34

Container(s) Description Dates
box
34
Folder
1-9
General Materials
10
Thomas S. Monson
11
Eric Moody
12
National Honor College Council
13
National Service
14-15
Oak Hill II
16-24
Dallin H. Oaks
25-26
Office of Education Conference
27
Organization of American Historians
28-32
"Our Changing Past"
This is from the Faculty Academy Lecture Series.
1984

Business Files (P-Ra), 1949-1992Return to Top

Container(s): Box 35

Container(s) Description Dates
box
35
Folder
1
Pacific Northwest Conference on Higher Education
2-3
Panorama Americana
4
Parent Teacher Association
5
Party Plans
1971
6
Elder Kai Pearson
7
Political Contributions
1992
8-16
Political Involvement
1949-1964
17
Nanette Poll Injury Report
18-19
News Clippings
20
Presidential Inquiries
21-23
Provo City Issues
24
Provo Rotary Club
25-27
Racial Issues at BYU
28
Ralph Woodward Chorale

Business Files (Re-So), 1958-1988Return to Top

Container(s): Box 36

Container(s) Description Dates
box
36
Folder
1-4
Real Estate Projects
5
Resignation from BYU
6
Restoration Studies
1980
7
Stephen L. Richards
8-10
B. H. Roberts
11-12
Rocky Mountain Assembly
1961-1962
13-14
Sabbaticals
1965-1981
15
Salzberg
1970
16-18
Semester Abroad in London
1981-1982
19
Senate Youth Program
20
S.I.M.S. Conference
1988
21-23
Small Business Conference
1968
24
Wilford Smith
25
Social Studies Guide
1958
26-34
Sons of the Utah Pioneers

Business Files (Su-T), 1970-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 37

Container(s) Description Dates
box
37
Folder
1-20
Sunstone Symposiums
1983-1993
21
Temple Recommend General Information
22-24
Christian University Reunion
1988
25
Texas Christian University Student Body Article
26
Texas Club
27-29
Three Fountains History
30
Travel Vouchers
1970-1975

Business Files (U), 1948Return to Top

Container(s): Box 38

Container(s) Description Dates
box
38
Folder
1-15
United Nations
16
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
17-19
United World Federalist File
This file contains a photocopy of an autographed picture of Alan Cranston. The original photograph is in the Multimedia Section of the Manuscripts Division.
1948

Business Files (Un-Wa)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 39

Container(s) Description
box
39
Folder
1-6
University Handbook Drafts
7-8
University of Utah Inauguration of James Chipman Fletcher
9-13
Utah Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters
14
Utah Conference on Higher Education
15-17
Utah Coordination Council of Higher Education
18-22
Utah History Conference
23-25
Veteran Affairs Committee
26-28
Ward Mementos

Business Files (We-Wo), 1955-1984Return to Top

Container(s): Box 40

Container(s) Description Dates
box
40
Folder
1-3
Weber State Presidency
4
Welfare Letter
5-12
Western History Association
13
John Whitmer
14
World Conference Material
1984
15
World Government Week
16
The World Today
17-27
World Tour
1955-1958

Business Files (Wo-Z), 1962-1969Return to Top

Container(s): Box 41

Container(s) Description Dates
box
41
Folder
1-19
World Tour
1962-1965
20-24
Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association
25-26
Zion's Opinion
1968-1969

General Research Files (A-Ad)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 42

Container(s) Description
box
42
Folder
1-26
Academic Freedom
27-30
Administrative Service Committee

General Research Files (Af-An)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 43

Container(s) Description
box
43
Folder
1-2
African History
3-6
Thomas G. Alexander
7-29
Anti-Communism Research

General Research Files (An)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 44

Container(s) Description
box
44
Folder
1-18
Anti-Communism Research

General Research Files (An-Ar)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 45

Container(s) Description
box
45
Folder
1-4
Anti-Communism Research
5-7
Leonard J. Arrington

General Research Files (B-Eq), 1983Return to Top

Container(s): Box 46

Container(s) Description Dates
box
46
Folder
1
Daniel W. Bachman
2
Banned Authors and Public Speakers
3-4
Ezra Taft Benson
5
Gary L. Browning
6-9
David J. Buerger
10-11
D. Jeff Burton
12
Church History Maps
13
Church Survey
14
Church Talks
1983
15
Communism
16-21
Constructive Critism of Poll's Writings
22
Reed C. Durham Jr.
23
Early Church History
24
Homer Ellsworth
25
Eugene England
26-33
Equal Rights Amendment

General Research Files (Ev-J), 1976-1978Return to Top

Container(s): Box 47

Container(s) Description Dates
box
47
Folder
1
Evolutionism vs. Creationism
2
Excommunication Procedures
3
Family Liberation
4
Federal Policy toward the LDS Church
5
Lawrence Foster
6-9
Fundamentalism
10-12
General Mormon History
13-15
Great Decisions
1976-1978
16-18
John Hallwas
19
Marion D. Hanks
20
Tim Heaton
21
"Historian as Entrepreneur"
22-23
Mark Hoffman
24
Richard Howard
25
Humanist Manifesto
26
William N. Hunsaker
27
Stanley S. Ivins
28-29
Duane E. Jeffery

General Research Files (K-Mo)Return to Top

Container(s): Box 48

Container(s) Description
box
48
Folder
1
Spencer W. Kimball
2
Neal E. Lambert
3-8
LDS Church Leaders
9
Legal Questions
10
Lifestyle Model
11
Missionary Work Paper
12-13
Mormon Church History
14-35
Mormon History Association

General Research Files (Mo-N), 1968Return to Top

Container(s): Box 49

Container(s) Description Dates
box
49
Folder
1-6
Mormon Women
7
Mormon History
8
John D. Hicks, "My Life with History"
1968
9-17
Nauvoo Experience
18-24
The Negro Question
25
Hugh Nibley

General Research Files (O-Y), 1860Return to Top

Container(s): Box 50

Container(s) Description Dates
box
50
Folder
1
Dallin H. Oaks
2
Political Decisions
3
Polygamy
4-5
Priesthood for Blacks
6
Primary School
7
Quotable Quotes
8
Reformation
1860
9
Religious Stories
10-11
George Reynolds
12
William D. Russell
13
Marvin Rytting
14-16
Scholastic Concerns
17
Sexual Politics of Houseworks
18
Obert C. Tanner
19
Samuel Taylor
20-21
Time Special Issues
22-23
Utah Constitution
24-27
Vietnam
28-29
David J. Whittaker
30-31
Ernest L. Wilkinson
32-35
Women in the Early LDS Church
36
Brigham Young

Hugh B. Brown His Life and Thought, 1962-1978Return to Top

Container(s): Box 51

Container(s) Description Dates
box
51
Folder
1-3
Incomplete Autobiography
4-6
Biographical Articles
7
Biographical Highlights
8-10
Biographical Sketches
11-22
Correspondence
1962-1978
23-29
Interviews and Notes

Hugh B. Brown: His Life and Thought, 1905-1972Return to Top

Container(s): Box 52

Container(s) Description Dates
box
52
Folder
1-16
Diary of Hugh B. Brown
1905-1972
17-18
Outlines and Notes for Draft
19-24
Questionnaires for the Book
25
Royalties for the Book

Hugh B. Brown: His Life and ThoughtReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 53

Container(s) Description
box
53
Folder
1-17
Drafts and Chapters

Hugh B. Brown: His Life and ThoughtReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 54

Container(s) Description
box
54
Folder
1-18
Chapters and Final Draft

Utah's HistoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 55

Container(s) Description
box
55
Folder
1-2
Chart Research
3
Corrections
4
General Information
5
Maps and Map Correspondence
6-8
Pictures
9
Politics
10-12
Post-publication Materials
13-14
Reviews of the Book
15-23
Statistical Information on Utah
24-31
Notes and Drafts

Utah's HistoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 56

Utah's HistoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 57

Utah's HistoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 58

Howard J. Stoddard: Founder, Michigan National Bank Research, 1977-1989Return to Top

Container(s): Box 59

Container(s) Description Dates
box
59
Folder
1
Bibliography
2
Contract and Payments
3-4
Charles Stoddard Correspondence
1977-1989
5-6
Jennie Stoddard Correspondence
1977-1980
7
Stanford Stoddard Correspondence
1977-1978
8
Genealogy Charts
9-11
Information from Fred J. Romanoff
1979-1980
12
Michigan State University Press
13
Reviews and Letters
14
Revisions
15-17
Singler Grand Jury

Howard J. Stoddard: Founder, Michigan National BankReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 60

History and Faith ProjectReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 61

Container(s) Description
box
61
Folder
1
Contract and Royalties
2-3
Press and Promotion
4
Reviews
5-7
Signature Books Business
8-18
Drafts

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1956Return to Top

Container(s): Box 62

Container(s) Description Dates
box
62
Folder
1
Photocopy of Henry D. Moyles Diary
1956
2-28
Volumes One through Three of "Moyles Writings"

Henry D. Moyle ProjectReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 63

Container(s) Description
box
63
Folder
1-26
Volumes Four through Seven of "Moyle's Writings"
27-28
Writings by Henry D. Moyle

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1980-1981Return to Top

Container(s): Box 64

Container(s) Description Dates
box
64
Folder
1
Bibliography and Source Notes
2
Biographical Excerpt
3
Brigham Young University
4-6
Business Materials
7-8
Childhood Information
9-23
Church Business
24-26
Consolidated Freightways Incorporated
27
Correspondence
To and from Poll and those who contributed to his research on Henry D. Moyle.
1980-1981
28-34
Cottonwood Stake Presidency

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1929-1963Return to Top

Container(s): Box 65

Container(s) Description Dates
box
65
Folder
1-4
Death and Funeral
5-12
Deseret Livestock Company
13
Typescript of Moyle's Diaries and Daybooks
1929-1963
25-28
Doctoral Views and Advice
29
Education at the University of Utah
30
Education at the University of Chicago
31
Freiberg Education

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1860-1989Return to Top

Container(s): Box 66

Container(s) Description Dates
box
66
Folder
1-18
Family
1860-1963
19-21
Florida Ranch Livestock
22-23
Friends
24-25
Genealogy
26
Health History
27
Gordon B. Hinkley and John Carmack Correspondence to Poll
1981-1989
28-32
Maureen Ursenback Beecher Interview
33
Stanford W. Bird Interview
34
Millie Cornwell Interview
35
Sara Moyle Creer Interview
36
J. Howard Dunn Interview
37
James E. Faust Interview
38
Brent Goats Interview
39
David B. Haight Interview
40
Marion D. Hanks Interview

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1910-1912Return to Top

Container(s): Box 67

Container(s) Description Dates
box
67
Folder
1
Gordon B. Hinkley Interview
2
David Kennedy Interview
3
Arch L. Madsen Interview
4
Virginia Marsh Interview
5
David Lawrence McKay Interview
6
General Interviews
7
Moyle Family Interviews
8
Henry D. Moyle Interview
9
James D. Moyle Interview
10
Richard Moyle Interview
11
Janet Nielsen Interview
12
Wayne Owens Interview
13
Johanna R. Petersen Interview
14
Ronald E. Poelman Interview
15
A. Hamer Reiser Interview
16
Marion G. Romney Interview
17
Glenn Rudd Interview
18
Robert N. Sears Interview
19
Belle Spafford Interview
20
N. Eldon Tanner Interview
21
Marie Wangeman Interview
22
Milton L. Weilenmann Interview
23
Alice Yeates Interview
24-29
Law Practice
30
Law School
31-32
"Man of Action" Critiques
33
Military Service
34-35
Mining Interests
36-37
Mission
1910-1912

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1947-1963Return to Top

Container(s): Box 68

Container(s) Description Dates
box
68
Folder
1-10
Missions
1947-1963
11
Missions Press Seminar
1962
12-15
Moyle's Correspondence
16-19
Moyle Microfilm Registers
20-27
Oil Business
28-32
Personality
33-34
Philanthropy
35
Pictures and Scrapbook Notes

Henry D. Moyle Project, 1913-1983Return to Top

Container(s): Box 69

Container(s) Description Dates
box
69
Folder
1-9
Politics and Government
1913-1983
10-11
Temple Tax Case
12-16
Welfare Plan
1930-1963

Henry D. Moyle ProjectReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 70

This folder contains chapters of the Henry D. Moyle book that was unpublished at the time of Poll's death in 1994. The titles of the folders are consistent with the titles of the chapters of the book.

Container(s) Description
box
70
Folder
1
Introduction
2-3
Pioneer Moyles
4
Son and Brother
5
Missionary in Germany
6
Student, Lawyer, and Soldier
7
Albert and Henry
8
Parents and Children
9
Lawyer and Lecturer
10-11
President of Cottonwood Stake
12
Welfare Worker
13
Oil Entrepreneur
14
Democratic Politician
15
Ranch Developer
16
Missionary Apostle
17-19
Man of Action
20
Family and Friends
21-24
Counselors I, II, and III
25
Epilogue and Bibliography

Writings, 1946-1992Return to Top

Container(s): Box 71

Container(s) Description Dates
box
71
Folder
1
Academic Freedom Articles
1953
2
"America and the Rational Road to Peace"
1960
3
"America in the Decades Ahead"
1967
4
American Civil Liberties Union Editorials
1990
5-7
"The Americanism of Utah"
These files include several articles about the U. S. Bicentennial.
1976
8
Anti-Communism Articles
1961-1962
9
"Apostle Extraordinary--Hugh B. Brown"
1976
10-14
"A State is Born"
1964
15
"A Thoughtful Faith"
1986
16-18
Constitutional Convention Articles
1948-1987
19
"Continuing Revelation and the On-Going Reality"
1979
20-21
Convocation Addresses
1969
22-24
Dayton Memorial Lecture
1984
25-30
"Dealing with Dissonance"
1984
31-34
"Dialogue toward Forgiveness"
1992
35-37
"The Directory and American Politics"
1946

Writings, 1945-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 72

Container(s) Description Dates
box
72
Folder
1-2
"History of the Anglo-American Arbitration and Bryan Peace Treaties"
1945
3
"Education for an Automated World"
This is a speech written by Poll, Ernes, and Wilkinson.
1963
4
"Education for Freedom and World Understanding"
1962
5
Rick Ellsmont's Show
This folder contains several songs written by Poll.
6-13
Encyclopedia of Mormonism
1989-1992
14
"General Education for Problem Solving"
15-17
"God and Man in History"
1971
18-21
Graceland College Lecture
1979-1983
22
"Handcart Pioneers"
1989
23-24
History of BYU
1989
25-31
Honors Program at BYU
32
"Howard J. Stoddard's 60th Birthday Celebration"
33-34
Joseph Smith and the Presidency
1970
35
Joseph Smith as a Historical Problem
1969
36
Journal of Mormon History
1993
37
"A Kingdom to Come"
1967

Writings, 1935-1989Return to Top

Container(s): Box 73

Container(s) Description Dates
box
73
Folder
1
Latter-day Saints History Reading List
2-3
Leadership Week Lecture
1953
4-6
"The Legislative Anti-Polygamy Campaign"
1987
7-10
"Liahona and Iron Rod Revisited"
1982
11-15
Richard and Emogene Poll, "The Marriage Book"
1985
16
"Mars and the Dreamer"
1935
17-18
Addresses
1961-1973
19-21
Reviews
1967-1986
22-23
"The Mormon Question Enters National Politics"
1957
24
Richard Poll and G. E. Sandgren, "Mystery Man"
1969
25-26
"Nauvoo and the New Mormon History"
1978
27-28
Nauvoo Historiography
1977-1979
29
Nauvoo History Symposium
1989
30
The Northern Light
1941
31
"Of People and Pottage"
1965

Writings, 1949-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 74

Container(s) Description Dates
box
74
Folder
1-4
"Pillars of My Faith"
1993
5
Pioneer Day Speech
1988
6
Plural Marriages Notes
7-8
Poems
1963-1989
9
"The Political Reconstruction of Utah Territory"
1958
10
"Priesthood History"
1974
11
"Problems of Writing a Mormon Biography"
1992
12-14
Religious Speeches
15
"A Short History of Communism in Russia"
1963
16-22
Speeches on General Secularism
1949-1975
23-24
Speeches and Skits
1952-1964
25-30
Statehood Day Address
1975
31-32
"The Swearing Elders"
1985

Writings, 1949-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 75

Container(s) Description Dates
box
75
Folder
1
Obert C. Tanner Memorial
1993
2
"Testimony and the Book of Mormon"
3-6
Richard Poll and Paul H. Dunn, "Truths, Facts, and Personal Anecdotes"
1992
7
U. S. Foreign Policy Notes
1984
8-13
"Utah and the Mormons"
1986
14
"The Utah War"
Contains correspondence and the article that was published in The Utah History Encyclopedia.
1989
15
Notes on Westerners
1985
16-27
"What the Church Means to People Like Me"
1963-1986
28
"With Malice toward None"
29-30
World Affairs Speeches
1949-1965
31
"The World and the Restoration"
1956

Critiques, 1931-1992Return to Top

Container(s): Box 76

Container(s) Description Dates
box
76
Folder
1-2
Ednah D. Cheney, "The Alcott Family"
3
William F. Edwards, "A New Look at Our Foreign Policy"
1952
4
Book Review Instructions
1971
5-6
Gary James Bergera and Ronald Priddis, "Brigham Young University: A House of Faith"
1985
7
Clyde A. Milner, "Camp Floyd and the Mormons"
1992
8
Janice Allred, "Do You Preach the Orthodox Religion?"
1990
9
George D. Smith, "Faithful History"
1984
10
Robert Hinckley, "Faith--Not Fear"
1967
11-13
David C. Martin, "Gospel Doctorate"
1979
14-16
Leonard J. Arrington, "The Happy Valley Syndrome"
1969
17-19
Michael W. Homer and Richard Jensen, "John Fitch Kinney History"
20
Edwin B. Firmage, "The Memoirs of Hugh B. Brown"
1988
21-23
David E. Miller Lecture
24
Leonard J. Arrington and Davis Bitton, "The Mormon Experience"
1979
25-27
Ken Cannon, "Mountain Common Law"
28-29
Ronald E. Poelman, "Our Changing Past"
1984
30-32
Ronald E. Poelman, "Our Dynamic Church"
1990
33
Klaus J. Hansen, "Quest for Empire"
1967
34-35
Leonard J. Arrington, "The Russian Image"
1960
36
Everette B. Long, "The Saints and the Union"
1981
37
Maureen Ursenbach Beecher and Lavina Fielding Anderson, "Sisters in Spirit"
1987
38
Dale L. Morgan, "The State of Deseret"
1987
39
Margaret and Paul Toscano, "Strangers in Paradox"
1990
40
James H. Moyle, "Utilizing Modern Agencies in Missionary Work"
1931

Move South and Utah War Research, 1853-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Box 77

Container(s) Description Dates
box
77
Folder
1
"Move South"
1989
2
Move South Ward and Stake Histories
1989
3
Move South Historian's Department Journal
1858
4
Move South Journals
1858
5
Thomas Kane
1981-1991
6
Fitz John Porter
1984
7
Move South, Wardell Notes
1987-1988
8
Move South Report
1989-1990
9
Raymond W. and Mary Lund Settle, "War Drums and Wagon Wheels"
1966
10
Utah War Journals
1853-1949
11
University of Utah Press
1988-1989
12
Move South General Subjects
13
Writings
Includes "Quixotic Mediator: Thomas L. Kane and the Utah War," "The Move South," "Causes of the Utah War Reconsidered," "The Protagonists in the Utah War," "'Buchanan's Blunder': The Utah War," and "Congress and the Utah War."
1984-1989
14
Dissertation Correspondence and Research
1879-1951
15
Correspondence
1948-1993

Utah War Research, 1844-1981Return to Top

Container(s): Box 78

Container(s) Description Dates
box
78
Folder
1
Prominent Mormon Members and Leaders
This folder includes notes and transcripts of letters and diaries pertaining to George Q. Cannon, Orson Hyde, Heber C. Kimball, Orson Pratt, Samuel W. Richards, George Albert Smith, Joseph Smith, John Taylor, Daniel H. Wells, and Wilford Woodruff.
1844-1874
2
"Twin Relic's of Barbarism"--Slavery and Polygamy
1844-1947
3
Presidents of the United States
Includes notes and transcripts of letters and diaries of John Quincy Adams, John Tyler, James Polk, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, and James A. Garfield.
1844-1886
4-5
Thomas L. Kane
1845-1981
6
Mormon Battalion and the Civil War
1846-1871
7
General Mormon Reactions and Relationships
This folder contains transcripts of diaries, letters, and articles published in Mormon owned newspapers.
1846-1947
8
Dr. John Bernhisel
1849-1862
9
Utah Statehood
1849-1872

Utah War Research, 1849-1894Return to Top

Container(s): Box 79

Container(s) Description Dates
box
79
Folder
1
Brigham Young
1849-1877
2
Government and Politics
1850-1884
3
Mormon and Polygamy Subjects
1851-1881
4
The Runaway Judges
1851-1852
5
The United States Army and Camp Scott
1852-1867
6
Mormons in the National Press
1852-1894
7
Non-Mormons and Anti-Mormons
This folder includes transcripts of diaries and correspondence pertaining to the Mormons from the following people: Samuel Bowles, Vice President Schuyler Colfax, Samuel Colt, Anna Dickenson, Judge W. W. Drummond, Thomas Fitch, John C. Fremont, Horace Greeley, Judge John F. Kinney, Josiah Quincy, Andrew Horatio Reeder, William C. Staines, Col. Edward J. Steptoe, Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Mark Twain), and Charles Farrar Browne (Artemus Ward).
1854-1866
8
The Survey Bill
1854-1855
9
The Telegraph and Railroad
1854-1869
10
The Move South
1855-1858

Utah War Research, 1856-1987Return to Top

Container(s): Box 80

Container(s) Description Dates
box
80
Folder
1
The Morrill Bill
1856-1867
2
Constitution of Deseret
1856-1872
3
Governor Alfred Cumming
1857-1858
4
President James Buchanan
1857-1859
5
Stephen A. Douglas
1857-1863
6
Members of the U. S. Army
This folder contains typescripts of letters and diaries of Col. Patrick Edward Connor, Capt. Jesse Gove, Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston, and Capt. Stewart Van Vliet.
1857-1866
7
Judge John Cradlebaugh and the Mountain Meadows Massacre
1857-1940
8
Carson Valley
1857-1859
9
The Nauvoo Legion
1857-1858
10
"The British Mission during the Utah War"
1857-1987
11
The Army Bill
1858
12
Mosquito Coast Proposition
1858
13
Peace Commissioners
1858
14
War Contracts, Scandals, and the Deficiency Bill
1858-1859
15
William H. Hooper
1859-1872
16
Governor Stephen S. Harding
1862-1864
17
The Cullom Bill
1869
18
Letters on Mormonism
These are photocopies of letters that have pro and anti-Mormon sentiment and are addressed to President Rutherford B. Hayes. The letters are from George L. Woods, James Hutchins, George Q. Cannon, T. B. H. Stenhouse, Ann Eliza Young, George W. Carnes, Ellen Schwitzgabel, W. C. Burchard, John T. Morgan, J. B. Neil, Mrs. J. K. Barney, Eli H. Murray, H. W. Lawrence, John A. Hunter, L. W. Phelan, William Jarman, Stanley Matthews, George W. Emery, Robert G. McNiece, E. H. Parsons, Anna C. Park, Barbour Lewis, and D. R. Austin. There is a complete guide to the letters as listed by the Hayes Memorial Library included in the folder.
1871-1948

Utah War Research, 1857-1994Return to Top

Container(s): Box 81

Container(s) Description Dates
box
81
Folder
1
News Clippings on Polygamy and Mormonism
1879-1948
2
General Utah and Utah War Materials
3
Articles and Papers on the Utah War
Includes poems by Eliza R. Snow, "Response to 'The Power of Song,'" "Ladies of Utah," "Kingdom of God," "'Young Sam' and his Uncle," "To Col. Thomas L. Kane," and "Response"; Kate B Carter, <u>Heart Throbs of the West</u>, and <u>Our Pioneer Heritage</u>; Robert D. Anderson, "The Evarts Circular of 1879"; James Bywater, "The Move South"; Helen Addison Howard, "Chief Joseph"; Albert L. Zobell Jr., "Sentinel in the East: A Biography of Thomas L. Kane"; Wendell J. Ashton, "Theirs Is the Kingdom"; Gary Bergera, "The Mormon Reformation"; Craig L. Foster, "Men Will Be Boys: The Unlawful Activities of Soldiers on Leave in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Utah"; Eric L. Myrup, "Military Mistakes and Mormon Ingenuity: The Utah Expedition of 1857-1858"; Lawrence Coates, "Mormon War Hysteria and the Mountain Meadows Massacre"; Richard Saunders, "The Sheep in the Fold Have Driven the Wolves Gladdenism and Conflict in Utah"; Audrey M. Godfrey, "Teacher, Farmer, Postmaster--The Contribution of Johnston's Army Soldiers Who Stayed in Utah"; and Robert Kent Fielding, "A Brief Summary of the Gunnison Massacre."
1857-1994
4
Papers Written by Students
Includes Richard G. Moore, "Relationship of Suspicion"; Don Ward, "Albert Cumming"; William Spence, "The Impact of the Utah War upon the Mormon Homefront"; and Lyndon W. Cook, "Thomas L. Kane: Official Arbiter of the Utah War."
1979
5
Donald R. Moorman and Gene Sessions, Camp Floyd and the Mormonswith Poll's Annotations
1992
6
Norman F. Furniss, The Mormon Conflict with Poll's Annotations
1960

Research and Interviews, 1980-1981Return to Top

Container(s): Box 82

Container(s) Description Dates
box
82
Folder
1
Bibliographical Materials
2
Reviews
3
Stanford Bird Interview
1981
4
Sarah Moyle Creer Interview
1980
5
Arch L. Madsen Interview
1981
6
Virginia Moyle Marsh Interview
1980
7
Herbert B. Maw Interview
1981
8
David Lawrence McKay Interview
1981
9
Henry D. Moyle Jr. Interview
1980
10
James D. Moyle Interview
1980
11
Richard Moyle Interview
1980
12
Janet Moyle Nielsen Interview
1981
13
Wayne Owens Interview
1981
14
Johanna Ruf Peterson Interview
1981
15
A. Hamer Reiser Interview
1980
16
Robert Sears Interview
1981
17
Marion Sims Smith Spafford Interview
1981
18
Marie Moyle Wangeman Interview
1981
19
Milton L. Weilenman Interview
1981
20
Alice Moyle Yeates Interview
1980
21
Poll Research Notes Transcription

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Academic freedom--Utah--Provo
  • Anti-communist movements--United States
  • Church and state--Mormon Church
  • Mormon Church--Government
  • Mormon Church--History
  • Personal Names :
  • Brown, Hugh B., 1883-1975
  • Moyle, Henry D.
  • Poll, Richard Douglas, 1918- --Archives
  • Stoddard, Howard J.
  • Corporate Names :
  • Brigham Young University. Dept. of History
  • Western Illinois University. Dept. of History
  • Western Illinois University--Administration
  • Geographical Names :
  • Nauvoo (Ill.)--History
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Articles
  • Autobiographies
  • Correspondence
  • Drafts (documents)
  • Instructional materials
  • Lecture notes
  • Notes
  • Scrapbooks
  • Speeches