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    • Zina Young Williams Card Collection

    • Card, Zina Young Williams, 1850-1931; Card, Charles Ora, 1839-1906; Brimhall, George H. (George Henry), 1852-1932; Maeser, Karl G., 1828-1901; Brigham Young Academy--History--Sources; Mormon Church--General Authorities--Correspondence;...
    • Mormon pioneer, educator, church leader, and civic authority. Correspondence, autobiographical and biographical materials, patriarchal blessings, legal documents, news articles, and miscellaneous items. The materials document the life and career...
    • Zane Grey's Book of Camps and Trails - "Foreword" - Mathews

    • Zane Grey's; Book of; Camps and Trails; Tales of Lonely Trails; criticism; wilderness; sport; nature; man; emotion; literature; hunting;
    • "From such a hunter, such a father, a boy learns the joys of the hunt and what it is to be a good sportsman in the wilderness. Man-to-man talk it is, imparted with tact, written with delicate touch and fine feeling altogether free form sickly...
    • Zane Grey, the West…hunter

    • 30,000 On the Hoof; criticism; hero; desire; materialism; setting; synopsis;
    • "30,000 On the Hoof, in which the hero of his book had a supreme desire to accumulate a huge herd of cattle. The grueling hardships suffered by him and his family to achieve his ultimate goal, and in carving out a homestead in a bleak section of...
    • Zane Grey, the West…' Hunter

    • The Thundering Herd; wildlife; animals; nature; conservation; hunting; buffalo; frontier; Indians; meat; government; heritage; history;
    • The wildlife conservation stamp, showing a drawing of the magnificent American buffalo, brings to mind another of Zane Grey's novels, The Thundering Herd, in which Grey dealt vividly with the hide hunters and the eventual demise of the buffalo. The...
    • Zane Grey to Daniel Murphy - 17 May, 1908

    • Buffalo Jones; Jones' African Trip;
    • "Our trip was so successful that Jones wants to go to Africa to tie up lions, tigers, leopards, zebras, giraffes, etc. I confess the idea appeals to me. But Dolly says nay! It looks good from a book and story point of view."
    • Zane Grey Diary - 9 Sep, 1906

    • Goals; ambitions; personal; sympathy; money; endurance; poor; weak; maimed; aged; wretched; troubles;
    • "The serious side of life means to me the winning of name and position. Money is not my great object in life. Great achievement, with its consequent fame, would not content me. I want to teach endurance, to help others to live better. I want to...
    • Zane Grey Diary - 24 Mar, 1910

    • Favorite sounds
    • Tonight I heard the first peeping of spring frogs. How it stirred memory! What is as faint, sweet, melancholy, hopeful as the first peeping of spring frogs? It brings back the past; it is suggestive of the briefness of our days; it means the...
    • Zane Grey Diary - 24 Dec, 1923-1938

    • Christmas; Grey Family; Takahashi;
    • Altadena ""Christmas saddens me. I remembered my mother, and the childhood days in Zanesville when we were too poor to exchange parents or get much from our parents. What a contrast this magnificent house, bright colorful, merry, with gifts...
    • Zane Grey Diary - 20 Jun, 1907

    • Fate; Naturalism;
    • We are weaving our fates as we walk through life. Every impulse is a string, and we weave and plait and tangle according to our understanding or inclination or ignorance. Who can look at any man or any woman without pity?
    • Zane Grey Diary - 1907

    • Human nature; Errors in ourselves vs. others; complexity;
    • "One of the strangest things in all this complexity of our characters is the fact that actions we are well satisfied and pleased with in ourselves seen in others fill us with disgust."
    • Zane Grey Diary - 17 Nov, 1933

    • Depression of the 30's; Lean 30's; Depression
    • "We are on the verge of bankruptcy. Piece after piece of property has gone for taxes, assessments, debts. A million dollars worth of securities are lost. All our securities gone. All our properties are mortgaged, and there are threats to foreclose....
    • Zane Grey Diary - 17 Nov, 1933

    • Writing; critics; books; Depression of the 30's; extravagances;
    • "The New York Times reviews my latest book favorable 'Grey holds his own with the new school of western writers'. That was something to read. I saw red. Most of those writers have built their medium upon Zane Grey. The magazine editors read, or say...

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