Digitizania! New From the L. Tom Perry Special Collections

By June 9, 2016


This is the inaugural post of a new series we are calling Digitizania! In this series, we will be highlighting new digital collections from a variety of repositories throughout the world related to Mormon Studies. We hope this will provide a useful service to new and seasoned researchers alike. Today, we take a look at recent digitization activities at the L. Tom Perry Special Collections within the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University. The following collections have been released digitally in the previous two months.

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JJohnson on Roundtable: Johnson - Accessibility: “The Other Clark--completely.”

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J Stuart on Roundtable: Johnson - Accessibility: “Excellent work, JJ. I keep thinking about how eminently teachable Stapley's book is. I'm considering adopting it for a course. Also, Saskia, I think about that…”

Saskia on Roundtable: Johnson - Accessibility: “In my own work I argue for the reality of Mormonisms, not a single monolith, and yet it is hard to keep that at the…”

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