Clifton G. M. and Irene Pack Kerr photograph albums, 1920-1995
Scope and Contents
Includes photograph albums of Clifton Kerr's school years and his time serving as a young missionary in the British Isles, Irene's life before her marriage and her yearbook, and family photos including their trips to the Caribbean and the British Isles. Materials dated 1920-1995.
- Kerr, Clifton G. M. (Clifton George Mercer), 1906-2000 (creator, Person)
- Kerr, Irene Pack, 1907-1977 (creator, Person)
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 publish material from the Clifton G. M. and Irene Pack Kerr family papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Coordinating Committee.
Clifton G. M. Kerr (1906-2000) was politician in Utah. He also served as Mormon mission president in Great Britain between 1955 and 1958.
Clifton George Mercer Kerr was born to William and Rose Kerr in Plain City, Utah on October 7, 1906. After graduating Bear River High School and LDS Business College, he served a mission in Britain. After returning, he met and married his first wife, Irene Pack, on October 27, 1931. After raising four sons, in 1955 he was called to serve as the mission president to the British Mission, where he assisted in the construction of the London Temple. In Utah, he served as both a state senator and representative for Box Elder County, Utah--serving for sixteen years in total. On 1977, Irene died and Clifton remarried to Alta Hodges, who died in 1985. On June 4, 2000 he passed away from illness at the age of 93.
Irene Pack Kerr (1907-1977) was a Mormon woman in Utah, and wife of Clifton G.M. Kerr. Irene Pack Kerr was born in May 3, 1907 to John A. and Margaret Hodson Pack in Kamas, Utah. After growing up in the area, she eventually married Clifton G.M. Kerr on October 8, 1931. After giving birth to four children and serving in various local Church callings in the Tremonton area (particularly as a Stake Relief Society president), between 1953 and 1956 she traveled with her husband to the British Mission, where he presided as Mission President during the construction of the London Temple. After her return to Utah, she passed away due to illness on September 6, 1977.
2 oversize boxes
2 oversize folders
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