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Salt Lake City (Utah)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 165 Collections and/or Records:

Samuel A. Woolley papers

 Collection — Oversize 1: [31197227635452]
Identifier: MSS 3991
Scope and Contents Samuel A. Woolley Papers include tithing records, Salt Lake 9th ward (1896-1899); several broadsides from the first presidency and presiding Bishopric regarding the handling of tithing; ledger sheets reporting the paying and non-paying of tithing of 9th ward; 9th ward financial records. About 20 items, including bound ledgers.

Postcards of Brigham Young

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197227625644]
Identifier: MSS 3724
Scope and Contents This collection contains one black and white postcard of Brigham Young, two color postcards of Brigham Young, and one color postcard with the poem "Brigham Young: Our Immortal Pioneer" written by Minnie J. Hardy on it. Also in the collection is a stero card of a sketch of Joseph Smith published by C.W. Carter, a color postcard of the Hill Cumorah, and a large black and white photograph of Norrano Lucca, Piarra della Liberta (Italy).

Photographs of the Young family

 Collection — Box 1: [31197227643639]
Identifier: MSS 4211
Scope and Contents This collection contains 32 photographs relating to the Naahmah K. J. Carter Twiss Young family. Also in the collection is a photo album of the Young/Carter family containing several portraits taken by C. R. Savage.

Lee Edgar Young letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197227631873]
Identifier: MSS 4002
Scope and Contents Letter of Lee Edgar Young to Miss Grace Young, 24 February 1897. Expresses his concern that she has had tp withdraw from the Latter-day Saint College in Salt Lake City due to poor health. Also mentions the excellent work of Blanche.

Young Men's Institute minutes book

 Collection — Box 1: [31197227657142]
Identifier: Vault MSS 789
Scope and Contents The Young Men's Institute Minutes Book, 1873-1883, includes both the original, bound minutes book and a complete typescript. The book contains minutes of both general meetings of the Institute and board meetings, as well as the constitution and bylaws of the organization. Notably, Karl G. Maeser served as one of the inaugural board members.