Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
Professor Barre Toelken talks about his life, beginning with his earliest childhood memories in Quabbin Valley Massachusetts--before the dam--including his families’ folk song/ballad traditions, throughout his education and career in folklore.;
Created in France during the late fifteenth century, the illuminations, text, and family genealogy (added by one of many owners) found in De Villers Book of Hours make it an excellent example among other French books of hours from this period. In...
Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions; Books of hours; Illumination of books and manuscripts -- France
Two girls kneel on the floor of their dorm near a small artificial Christmas tree between bunk beds, holding gifts. The walls are covered with photographs of their families and Navajo decor. One girl wears a cheerleader uniform;
Vol. 3, No. 4 Special Christmas issue of Smoke Signals from Intermountain School, the Intermountain School newspaper publication;
Intermountain School--Periodicals; Intermountain School--Periodicals; Navajo Indians--Utah--Education--Periodicals; Indians of North America--Education--West (U.S.)--Periodicals; Brigham City (Utah)--History; School yearbooks--Utah; Intermountain...
These pages from Utah State University's yearbooks (1954-1962) reflect the growing diversity of the student population as the University began recruiting African Americans for its various sports teams.
African American college athletes -- Utah -- Logan -- History; Utah State University -- Sports -- History