American Fork, Utah Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 11; 36 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Other Locations of Tapes and Transcripts: American Fork City Library
Description of Project: A group of American Fork citizens selected those who were interviewed by BYU history students about the history of American Fork, Utah.


Bamberger Railroad Oral History Project 

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 3; 3 hours
Status of interviews:  tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Description of project:  Interviews conducted to supplement information in the Bamberger Railroad Manuscript Collection.


Bonneville Salt Flats Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 6; 12 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: interviews with racers and potash miners for a project on the uses of the Bonneville Salt Flats. Used in “`Those Bloomin’ Salt Beds:’ Racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats” (co-authored with Ron Shook), Utah Historical Quarterly 65(Fall 1997):355-71; "The Last Amateur Sport: Automobile Racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats," Americana: The Journal of American Popular Culture, 2:1 (Spring 2003); “Car Racing and Mobility History: British Automobiles and the Bonneville Salt Flats” (with Ron Shook), The Journal of Transport History 28(March 2007):111-15.

Cache Valley Baseball Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  11; 15 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted by Jessie Embry with community baseball players and fans in Cache Valley who played from the 1930s to 1960s. Used in "Coming Home:  Community Baseball in Cache Valley, Utah," (co-authored with Adam Seth Darowski), Utah Historical Quarterly 70(Spring 2002):108-122.

Charles Redd Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 50; 88 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Other Locations of Tapes and Transcripts: Utah State University
Description of Project: Interviews on the life of Charles Redd, a prominent Utah stockman and philanthropist. Interviews used in Leonard J. Arrington, Utah's Audacious Stockman: Charlie Redd (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 1995). 

Charles Redd Center for Western Studies Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 5; 8 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed
Description of project: Interviews
conducted with past and present Redd Center Directors and Redd Chairs. used in writing an in-house history of the Redd Center.

Daughters of Utah Pioneers Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 5; 6 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews done in connectionwith a project with the School of Family Life. Interviewees agreed to talk about their experiences after filliong out a survey for the School of Family Life.


Family Home Evening Oral History Project
Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 6; 6 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed
Description of project: interviews on DUP museums. Used in “‘Such is Our Heritage:’ Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museums” (with Mauri Liljenquist Nelson), Defining Memory: Local Museums and the Construction of History in America’s Changing Communities, Amy K. Levin, ed. (Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, 2007):161-176.


Forest Service—Region 4 Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 114; 250 hours
Status of interviews: tapes transcribed
Other locations of tapes and transcripts: Region 4 Headquarters, Ogden, Utah
Description of project:  Interviews about the history of the Region 4 of the Forest Services as part of a contract history by Thomas G. Alexander.


Franklin Neighborhood, Provo Utah Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  22; 40 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted by Jessie Embry about living in a downtown Provo neighborhood. Used in Mormon Wards as Community (Binghampton, NY:  Global Publications, 2001); “Provo 6th Ward/Independence Walnut Gardens: Community or Congregation?,” Restoration Studies IX, Joni Wilson, ed. (Independence, MO: Herald House, 2005), 7-16.


Historic Downtown Provo and Tabernacle Oral History Project
Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 140; 140 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed
Description of Project: Interviews conducted with residents of Provo about their experiences in downtown Provo and the Provo Tabernacle after that building caught on fire and it was announced that it would be converted into a temple.


Interstate Brick Company Oral History Project
Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 5; 6 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Description of Project: Part of a contracted history of the company by Thomas G. Alexander.


Labor Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 59;95 hours
Status of interviews: tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed or with table of contents
Other locations of tapes and transcripts: Utah State Historical Society
Description of project: Interviews on the history of labor in the state of Utah by BYU students. Topics include the history of Copperton and Castle Gate, Utah; railroad and mining history; and labor unions in the state.


LDS African American Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 226; 300 hours
Status of interviews: tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews conducted by Alan Cherry, a LDS African American since the 1960s, with African American members of the Mormon Church throughout the United States about their experiences as Mormons. Used in writing Black Saints in a White Church: Contemporary African American Mormons (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1995); "`Separate but Equal?': Black Branches, Genesis Groups, and Integrated Wards," Dialogue 23(Winter 1990):11-37; "Blacks," Encyclopedia of Mormonism (co-authored with Alan Cherry), Daniel H. Ludlow, ed. New York: Macmillan, 1992; "Middle Class African American Mormons" (co-authored with Cardell Jacobson), The Black Middle Class, Rutledge M. Dennis, ed., Research in Race and Ethnic Relations 8(1995):223-240; "Spanning the Priesthood Revelation (1978): Two Multigenerational Case Studies,” Black and Mormon, Newell G. Bringhurst and Darron T. Smith, eds. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004), 60-81.

LDS Asian American Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  108; 120 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted mainly by BYU students with Asian and Asian American members of the LDS Church in Utah and Vancouver, British Columbia about their experiences as Mormons.  Interviews used in writing Asian American Mormons: Bridging Cultures.  (Provo, UT:  Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, 1999) and Mormon Wards as Community.  Binghampton, NY:  Global Publications, 2001); "`Separate but Equal?':  American Ethnic Groups in the RLDS and LDS Churches, A Comparison," John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 12(1992):83-100; "Ethnic Groups and the LDS Church," Dialogue 25(Winter 1992):81-97; "Speaking for Themselves:  LDS Ethnic Groups Oral History Project," Dialogue 25(Winter 1992): 99-110;  "Ethnic Groups in the Twentieth Century," Historical Atlas of Mormonism, S. Kent Brown, Donald Q. Cannon, and Richard H. Jackson, eds.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1994; "Separate but Equal?:  The Advantages and Challenges of Separate Ethnic Wards and Branches," Proceedings of The Global Church: The Challenges of Ethnic Pluralism, International Society Conference; “Ethnic Mormons: The Development of a Community,” Mormon Identities in Transition, Douglas Davies, ed. (London: Cassell Religious Studies, 1996):63-67; “Japanese American Mormons in Utah: Bridging Cultures,” The Bulletin of the International Research Group 3:1(1999):125-136; “Japanese and American Mormons in Utah: Bridging Cultures,” Taking the Gospel to the Japanese, 1901-2001, Reid L. Neilson and Van C. Gessel, eds. (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2006):421-433.

LDS Chaplains Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 37; 55 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Description of Project: Research for a BYU master's thesis by Richard Maher who later published For God and Country (Bountiful: Horizon Press, 1977) about the World War II experiences of LDS Chaplains. Two chaplains from World War I were also interviewed.


LDS Family Life Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 149; 300 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of Project: ​Interviews about life in LDS monogamous families around the turn of the twentieth century. Created as a control group for the LDS Polygamy Oral History Project. Used in writing Mormon Polygamous Families: Life in the Principle ​(Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1987); "Polygamous and Monogamous Mormon Women," Women in Utah History: Paradigm or Paradox? (with Lois Kelley), Patricia Lyn Scott and Linda Thatcher (Logan, Utah: Utah state University Press, 2005), 1-35; "Women's Life Cycles, 1850-1940," Women in Utah History: Paradigm or Paradox?, Patricia Lyn Scott and Linda Thatcher (Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2005), 394-415.

LDS German-Speaking Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 17; 25 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews conducted on history of Little Berlin, a neighborhood in Logan, Utah and other interviews with German-Speaking Immigrants in Utah. Used in "Little Berlin:  Swiss Saints of the Logan Tenth Ward," Utah Historical Quarterly 56(Summer 1988): 222-235.

LDS Hispanic American Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  115; 1600 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted mainly by BYU students with Spanish-speaking American members of the LDS Church in Utah and California about their experiences as Mormons.  Interviews used in writing "In His Own Language:"  Mormon Spanish-Speaking Congregations in the United States (Provo, UT:  Charles Redd Center for Western Studies, 1997) being published in Spanish, 2008 and Mormon Wards as Community (Binghampton, NY:  Global Publications, 2001); "`Separate but Equal?':  American Ethnic Groups in the RLDS and LDS Churches, A Comparison," John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 12(1992):83-100; "Ethnic Groups and the LDS Church," Dialogue 25(Winter 1992):81-97; "Speaking for Themselves:  LDS Ethnic Groups Oral History Project," Dialogue 25(Winter 1992): 99-110; "Ethnic Groups in the Twentieth Century," Historical Atlas of Mormonism, S. Kent Brown, Donald Q. Cannon, and Richard H. Jackson, eds.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 1994; "Separate but Equal?:  The Advantages and Challenges of Separate Ethnic Wards and Branches," Proceedings of The Global Church: The Challenges of Ethnic Pluralism, International Society Conference; “Ethnic Mormons: The Development of a Community,” Mormon Identities in Transition, Douglas Davies, ed. (London: Cassell Religious Studies, 1996):63-67; “Crossing the Border: The Mormon Church and Mexico,” Journal of the West 40(Spring 2001):78-82; “Spanish Speaking Mormons in Utah,” Moving Stores:  Migration and the American West, 1850-2000, Scott E. Casper and Lucinda M. Long, eds.  (Reno:  Nevada Humanities Committee, 2001): 249-274.

LDS Missionary Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 86; 150 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews on sister missionaries and missionaries who traveled without purse or scrip mostly after World War II. Used in “Without Purse or Scrip,” Dialogue 29(Fall 1996):77-93; “The Rhetorical Self-Definitions of Sister Missionaries, 1930-1970: Oral Histories,” Annual of the Association for Mormon Letters, Lavina Fielding Anderson, ed. (Salt Lake City: Association of Mormon Letters, 1997):147-151; “LDS Sister Missionaries: An Oral History Response, 1910-1971,” Journal of Mormon History 23(Spring 1997):100-139; “Oral History and Mormon Women Missionaries: The Stories Sound the Same,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 19:3(1998):171-188.

LDS Native American Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  161; 175 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted mainly by BYU students with Native American members of the LDS Church in Utah, Arizona, Washington State, and Nebraska about their experiences as Mormons. Farina King conducted 100 additional interviews in 2007-2008.​

​LDS Placement Program Host Families

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 150; 150 hours
Status of interviews:  tapes transcribed; interviews numbered without names to meet IRB requirements
Description of project: Interviews
with LDS families that had Indian Placement students in their homes. Most of the interviews are with parents. A few are with siblings. These interviews were used in writing "Indian Placement Program Host Families: A Mission to the Lamanites" Journal of Mormon History 40:2 (Spring 2014):235–76.

LDS Polygamy Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  247; 500 hours
Status of interviews:  tapes transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews about life in LDS polygamous homes around the turn of the twentieth century which document how families were set up, relationships between members of the families, etc.  Questions based on topics discussed in Kimball Young's Isn't One Wife Enough? (New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1954).  Interviews used in writing Mormon Polygamous Families: Life in the Principle (Salt Lake City:  University of Utah Press, 1987; being republished by Greg Kofford Press.); "Effects of Polygamy on Mormon Women," Frontiers:  A Journal of Women Studies 7(1984): 56-61; "Mothers and Daughters in Polygamy," co-authored with Martha S. Bradley, Dialogue 18(Fall 1985): 99-107; "Mothers and Daughters in Polygamy," co-authored with Martha S. Bradley, Dialogue 18(Fall 1985): 99-107; "Exiles for the Principle:  LDS Polygamy in Canada," Dialogue 18(Fall 1985): 108-116; "Burden or Pleasure?:  A Profile of LDS Polygamous Husbands," Dialogue 20(Winter 1987):  158-166; "The Role of LDS Polygamous Families:  Blanding, A Case Study," Blue Mountain Shadows 1(Fall 1987): 23-27; "The Mormon Experience in Alberta:  Oral History of the Polygamy Question," Work, Ethnicity, and Oral History, Dorothy E. Moore and James H. Morrison, editors (Halifax, Nova Scotia:  International Education Centre, 1988); "The Mormon Experience in Alberta:  Oral History of the Polygamy Question," Canadian Oral History Journal 9(1989):17-20; `Two Legal Wives':  Mormon Polygamy in Canada, the United States, and Mexico," The Mormon Presence in Canada, Brigham Y. Card, etal., editors. (Edmonton:  The University of Alberta Press, 1990):170-185; "The Image of Polygamy in Literature," This People Magazine, 2(September 1990)24-28; "Mormon Polygamy:  Unconventional Practice or Adaptation to American Values?," Journal of Unconventional History 3(Winter 1992): 42-56; "Intimate Taboos:  Incest and Mormon Polygamy," Journal of Mormon History, 18 (1992):93-113; “Transplanted Utah: Mormon Communities in Alberta,” Oral History Forum 18(1998):65-78; “Polygamous and Monogamous Mormon Women,” Women in Utah History: Paradigm or Paradox?(with Lois Kelley), Patricia Lyn Scott and Linda Thatcher (Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2005), 1-35; Women’s Life Cycles, 1850-1940,” Women in Utah History: Paradigm or Paradox?, Patricia Lyn Scott and Linda Thatcher (Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2005), 394-415; Setting the Record Straight: Mormons and Polygamy (Orem, Utah: Millennial Press, 2007).
 

LDS Polynesian American Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  51; 65 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted by BYU students and Jessie Embry with Polynesian American members of the LDS Church in Utah and Independence, Missouri about their experiences as Mormons. Used in writing "`Separate but Equal?':  American Ethnic Groups in the RLDS and LDS Churches, A Comparison," John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 12(1992):83-100; "Ethnic Groups and the LDS Church," Dialogue:  A Journal of Mormon Thought  25(Winter 1992):81-97; "Speaking for Themselves:  LDS Ethnic Groups Oral History Project," Dialogue 25(Winter 1992): 99-110; “Mormons or Samoans?: Congregational and Ethnic Organizations Among Mormon Samoans in Independence, Missouri,” “Samoan Mormons in Independence,” John Whitmer Historical Association Journal, 20 (2000):147-154.

​​LDS Sports and Recreation Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 100; 150 hours (approximate)
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents (some in process)
Description of project: interviews on LDS sports and recreation including all-church sports tournaments sponsored by the Church until 1971. Used in writing Spiritualized Recreation: Mormon All-Church Athletic Tournaments and Dance Festivals (Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University, 2008, ebook, http://reddcenter.byu.edu and forthcoming articles.)

Livestock Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 15; 20 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents 
Description of project: interviews on the livestock industry in the West. Interviews used to prepare for a lecture on the Redd Ranches Bull Sale.

Miscellaneous Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 26; 46 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed or with table of contents
Description of Project: Interviews cover a variety of topics including the history of Ogden, the history of the LDS mission in Tonga, the history of the family history department at BYU, the history of Provo, etc.

North Logan, Utah Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  19; 30 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted by Jessie Embry about the history of North Logan, Utah.  Used in writing North Logan Town 1934-1970  (North Logan, UT:  North Logan City, 2000) and Mormon Wards as Community (Binghampton, NY:  Global Publications, 2001); “North Logan: A City Without a Plan,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 69(Spring 2001):139-151.

Nurses Training at Religious Based Hospitals Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 39; 50 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: interviews with women who trained at Holy Cross Hospital and LDS Hospital. Used in writing “Diploma Nursing at Salt Lake Religious Based Hospitals,” Utah Historical Quarterly 76(Summer 2008):281-299.​

Posey War Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 9; 15 hours
Status of interviews:  tapes transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews by Michael Hurst about an "Indian War" between the Mormons in San Juan County and a small band of Paiutes led by Posey during the 1920s.​


Provo, Utah Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 14; 40 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Description of Project: Interviews about the history of Provo, Utah with former mayors and LDS stake presidents. Interviews used in “What is the Best Way to Govern a City,” Utah in the Twentieth Century (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, 2009), 285-304.

San Juan County Public Lands Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 36; 36 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed
Description of Project:
Interviews with current or past residents of San Juan County about their views of the public lands. Excerpts of interviews included in Charlotte Palfreyman Smith, San Juan County Public Lands (Provo, UT: Charles redd Center for Western Studies, 2011)

San Rafael Swell, Utah Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 11; 12 hours
Status of interviews: tapes transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews by Dee Anne Finken to document land form names and prepare a basic history for the Bureau of Land Management.

Santa Fe, New Mexico Ward Oral History Project

Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of Project: Interviews with LDS members in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Interviews conducted by Glen and Karen Leonard when they were senior missionaries assigned to work with members in Santa Fe.

Silicon Slopes (Technology in Utah) WordPerfect and Novell Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 29; 29 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed
Description of Project:
Interviews with past employees of WordPerfect and Novell about their work experience.

Simpson Springs, Utah Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 9; 25 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Description of Project: Interviews by John Bluth for a research project for the Bureau of Land Management involving site restoration and stabilization of Pony Express and Overland Mail station in Utah's West Desert.

Southeastern Utah Oral History Project

Number of People Interviewed and Approximate Number of Tape Hours: 37; 85 hours
Status of Interviews: Tapes transcribed; transcripts indexed
Other Locations of Tapes and Transcripts: San Juan County Library, Monticello, Utah; Utah State Historical Society
Description of Project: BYU history students interviewed selected community leaders in Monticello, Utah about the history of Southeastern Utah. 

Utah County Baseball Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 10; 12 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: interviews about community baseball in Provo, Utah. Used in "'The Biggest Advertisement for a Town:"' Provo Baseball and Provo Timps, 1913-1958," Utah Historical Quarterly 71(Summer 2003):196-214.​


Utah Political Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 7; 14 hours
Status of interviews: transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews by Keith Melville with Utah governors and first ladies about the role of the first lady in state government.


Utah Universities in Iran Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours:  15; 25 hours
Status of interviews:  tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project:  Interviews conducted by Jessie Embry about contracts that Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, and Utah State University had with the U.S. government Point Four program (USAID) during the 1950s and 1960s in Iran. Used in writing Mormon Wards as Community (Binghampton, NY:  Global Publications, 2001); "The LDS Church and Iran:  The Dilemmas of an American Church," John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 21(2001):51-68; "Utah Universities in Iran, 1950-1964," Journal of Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters (1998, published in 2002); "Point Four, Utah State University Technicians, and Rural Development in Iran, 1950-64," Rural History 14(April 2003):100-113; "The Church Follows the Flag:  U.S. Foreign Aid, Utah Universities, the LDS Church, and Iran, 1950-1964," Journal of Mormon History 32:3(Fall 2006):141-179.


Wasatch County Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 12; 15 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews conducted for a contracted history of Wasatch County. Used in Wasatch County History (Salt Lake City:  Utah State Historical Society, 1996); “From Mormon Village to Colony: A History of Wasatch County,” Encyclia:  The Journal of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 72(1995):53-67.


World War II Homefront Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 51; 125 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents
Description of project: Interviews conducted for the fiftieth anniversary of World War II. Used in "'The Good War:' RLDS and LDS Americans' Responses to World War II," The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal 13(1993):51-64; "The Good War:  Utah and the World War II Homefront," Utah Historical Quarterly 63 (Summer 1995); “‘This is Total War:” San Juan County and World War II,” Blue Mountain Shadows 20(Spring 1998):36-39.


A Year in the Provo Utah South Stake Oral History Project

Number of people interviewed and approximate number of tape hours: 50; 50 hours
Status of interviews: Tape transcribed; transcripts with table of contents; some interviews in Spanish
Description of project: interviews with members of the Provo Utah South Stake. Interviews used in writing “A Year in the Life of the Provo Utah South Stake, 2008-2009,” (co-authored with A. LeGrand Richards), A Firm Foundation: Essays on the Administrative and Organizational History of the LDS Church (Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 2011).

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