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Harold B. Lee Library

Alice Louise Reynolds

Unselfish service has a lasting effect on what it touches. The unselfish touch of Alice Louise Reynolds can still be felt at Brigham Young University. The Harold B. Lee Library can trace its beginnings to a committee on which Miss Reynolds served, first as a member and later as chair. She devoted many years to building the dream of a large and comprehensive university library at BYU. Today the Harold B. Lee Library stands as a monument to her dedication and vision.

This lecture series has been established to honor Alice Louise Reynolds and to feature women in scholarship. It is through the generosity of members of the Alice Louise Reynolds Clubs and other Friends of the Library that the endowment for this annual lectureship has been made possible.

Image Speaker Date Topic HTML PDF Audio Video
Esther Eggertsen Peterson Sept. 22, 1988 Root and Wings HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Marilyn Arnold Apr. 3, 1990 “Biting Sour Applies in the Gumwood Shade”: Women and the Function of Memory HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Madeleine B. Stern Mar. 21, 1991 Louisa May Alcott at BYU HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
De Lamar Jensen Apr. 2, 1992 Discovering Columbus’ Crew HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Paul Alan Cox Apr. 8, 1993 The Paradise of Plants: Realizing the Promise of 16th Century Botany for 21st Century Medicine HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Maureen Ursenbach Beecher Mar. 17, 1994 “Tryed and Purified as Gold”: Mormon Women’s “Lives” HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Roger R. Keller Mar. 8, 1995 Loss of Self: the Only Way to Truth HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
Susan Easton Black Mar. 28, 2001 The Saints Joseph Smith Knew and Loved HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi
James A. Toronto Apr. 3, 2002 From Alpine to Aleppo: The Booth Journals as Chronicle and Catalyst of LDS Growth in the Middle East HTML PDF mp3 Video Lo Video Hi