Clark, Lucy A. Rice
- Existence: 1850 - 1928
Lucy A. Rice Clark (1850-1928) was active in politics and women's suffrage in Utah.
Lucy August Rice Clark was born March 5, 1850, in Farmington, Utah. She married Timothy Baldwin Clark in 1867 in Salt Lake City, and had 11 children. Lucy was very active in local and state political affairs, acted as postmistress for 8 years and was state vice president of the suffrage association. She died November 13, 1928, in Salt Lake City.
Citation:UPB files, May 9, 2019 (Lucy Augusta Rice Clark; born March 5, 1850 in Farmington, Utah; married Timothy Clark in 1867 in Salt Lake City; had 11 children; great-grandmother to Orrin James Olsen; died November 13, 1928 in Salt Lake City)
FamilySearch, April 11, 2020 (Lucy Augusta Rice Clark; born March 5, 1850; active in church leadership and local and state political affairs; acted as postmistress for 8 years; state vice president of the suffrage association; only woman to vote in the state convention in 1908; talented seamstress)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Contains two letters written by Lucy A. Rice Clark written between 1921 and 1923. Also included is a poem written by Lucy, around 1922-1923, to comfort her family after the death of Orlando Clark Barrus, her grandson. Materials created between 1921 and 1923.
Contains autobiographical writings and family records pertaining to members of the Orrin Orlando Barrus and Mary Elizabeth Clark family, created between the years 1897 and 1961 in Utah. Information regarding their personal lives and ecclesiastical work are presented. Included are letters, diaries, and photographs of Orrin, Mary, their children, and their grandchildren. Also contains documents pertaining to Fred A. Turley and Edward Stevenson. Materials created 1897 to 1961.