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Gladys Margaret Crane Papers, Collection 400098

This collection documents the work of Gladys Margaret Crane as a university professor in theatre and religious studies and her experience as a student at Washington State University, University of Indiana, and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary at Northwestern University. It relates her involvement in the Lutheran church, the League of Women Voters of Wyoming, and other various organizations.

John Roberts Papers, Collection 00037

John Roberts was an Episcopalian missionary who worked among the Arapaho and Shoshone peoples on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. As an ordained deacon, he established St. Michael's Mission for the Arapahos. He also translated Biblical texts and church material into the Arapaho and Shoshone languages with assistance from Fremont Arthur, Michael White Hawk, and Charles Lajoe. 

John I. Yellot Papers, Collection 01064

This collection features personal and biographical material relating to John I. Yellot's father, the Reverend Yellot. This material contains a scrapbook which features many newspaper clippings about the debates regarding prohibition and religion between he and H.L. Mencken.

Lyda C. Wood Diaries, Collection 10740

The Lyda C. Wood collection consists of three diaries (1934, 1936, 1942) which detail her missionary activities with American Indians in Wyoming and Colorado.

Richard S. Putney Oral History, Collection 400094

Oral history interview with Richard S. Putney, a minister with the University of Wyoming campus ministry in the 1960s and 1970s, who was involved with the Black 14 protests, peace movements, civil rights demonstrations, and Vietnam War protests. Audrey Putney, his wife, also contributes.