Eliza Avery Clark autobiography
Scope and Contents
Eliza Avery Clark wrote her captivating autobiography in the year 1952 which recounts her life story from the time she was born in Farmington, Utah in 1882 until 1952. She was married to Abraham Owen Woodruff, a member of the quorum of the twelve apostles, in 1900 until his death in 1904. She later married George Cannon Lambert Jr. in 1914. The autobiography relates memories of childhood, attendance at Brigham Young College, her courtships, and the lives of her children.
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Eliza Avery Clark (Woodruff) Lambert was born on 9 March 1882 in Farmington, Utah. She attended Brigham Young College which inspired her decision to become a teacher later in life. She was married to Abraham Owen Woodruff in the year 1900 until his death in 1904. She later married George Cannon Lambert Jr. in 1914 and died in California on 11 May 1953.
1 folder (0.2 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
The collection consists of Eliza Avery Clark's autobiography accounting from 1882-1952. The autobiography relates Eliza's memories of her childhood, attendance at Brigham Young College, her courtships, and the lives of her children.
Donated by Scott Kenney in 1988.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Scott Kenney; 1988.
Utah and American West and LDS cultural, social, and religious history (20th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy, 5.VII, 2007).
Processed by Katie Connors, student processor; John Murphy, curator; 2008.
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- Katie Connors, student processor; John Murphy, curator
- 2008 July 16
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