Collection, [ca. 1930-1987].

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Collection, [ca. 1930-1987].

Papers, audiotapes, lantern slides, and artifacts, including hearing and recording devices, relating to his work in speech and hearing at BYU. Some items, including magazines, relate to his travel and community interests. Includes recordings of oral history interviews with his mother, Maria J. Morley; also recording of funeral of his mother-in-law, Myrtle M. Stewart. Also includes components to multimedia presentation by Sir Victor Negus of London.

11 boxes (14 lin. ft.)

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Morley, Maria Saphrona Jensen, 1878-1961

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Morley, Alonzo J., 1903-1995

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BYU professor of speech. From the description of Alonzo J. Morley oral history interview, March 7, 1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367549371 Member of Brigham Young University faculty beginning in 1928. Received Ph.D. in speech pathology from University of Iowa. Taught at BYU for fifty-four years, including classes in drama and debate. Founded speech and hearing clinic at BYU. From the guide to the Alonzo J. Morley collection, approximately 1930-1987, (L. To...

Negus, Victor, Sir, 1887-

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Stewart, Myrtle Maiben, 1883-1963

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Brigham Young University.

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Plans for the David O. McKay building began in 1952 after an evaluation by the Brigham Young University College of Education concluded that the existing building for the College of Education were no longer meeting the growing needs of the program. Plans were officially announced in February of 1954 with the completion deadline being set for December of the same year. The building was officially dedicated on December 14, 1954 by President and Sister McKay along with members of the First Presidenc...