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Scrapbook and loose materials, approximately 1897-1960

Identifier: MSS 2344 Series 2 Sub-Series 5

Scope and Contents

Contains loose scrapbook material, such as clippings, photographs, postcards, and other ephemera. Also contains a scrapbook tited "The Ideal Scrapbook," with clippings, photographs, and other ephemera. Materials dated approximately 1897 to 1960.


  • approximately 1897-1960


Conditions Governing Access

Open for public research.

Conditions Governing Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to use material from this collection must be obtained from Reference Services at

Biographical History

From the Collection:

Annie Wells Cannon was born September 7, 1859, in Salt Lake City to Daniel Hanmer Wells and Emmeline Blanche Woodward. She married John Q. Cannon and had twelve children. She was an activist for women's suffrage and was a member of the Utah State Legislature from 1913 to 1915 and again in 1921. In addition, she was chosen by President Herbert Hoover to be Utah's chairman for the European Relief Drive, being the only woman member. She also served in many church callings and was influential in the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She died on September 2, 1942.

Biographical History

From the Collection:

Emmeline Blanche (Woodward) Wells was born February 29, 1828, at Petersham, Massachusetts to David Woodward and Deiadama Hare. She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on her fourteenth birthday and then moved to Nauvoo, Illinois. She married James Harvey Harris, Newell K. Whitney, and Daniel Hanmer Wells. She played a major role nationally and internationally regarding the Church and women's suffrage. She served as the fifth president of the Relief Society from 1910-1921. She died on April 25, 1921 in Salt Lake City, Utah.


3 oversize folders

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