January 1, 1885 to March 18, 1932. Brimhall works as a teacher at Brigham Young Academy. He kept extremely detailed notes of the meetings he attends, particularly Church conferences. He serves in the Young Men Mutual Improvement Association and works with YMMIA organizations across the state. Brimhall attends the 1895 National Education Association meeting in Denver, and then serves a mission in Colorado. He assists with administration of the BYA and in the drafting of a Utah education bill. Brimhall goes to California to recover from an illness. He becomes president of Brigham Young University. Brimhall visits Church historical sites in the Eastern United States and attends a National Education Association meeting in Los Angeles. He travels to the Pacific Northwest several times.