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Salt Lake City (Utah)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 165 Collections and/or Records:

George Frederick Jarvis life sketch

 File — Folder 1: [31197230329721]
Identifier: MSS SC 3099
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typescript. The item is an autobiography of George Frederick Jarvis, who was born on 16 June 1847 in Stepney, England. The item was written in the third person. Jarvis migrated to the United States with his family and came to Utah in 1860. He had problems with his feet while walking to Utah. He lived in Salt Lake City until 1861 when his family moved to St. George, Utah. He participated in military actions against Indians, married Eleanor Cannon on 7...

Jerusalem Branch records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 799
Scope and Contents Records documenting branch and Israel District operations include agendas, budget and financial information, correspondence, records relating to Orson Hyde Memorial Gardens, minutes, Book of Mormon translation file, and photographs.

C. E. Johnson photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 3677
Scope and Contents Steroviews of Great Salt Lake, Saltair, the grave of Brigham Young, Tabernacle, Salt Palace, War of 1898 memorial, interior of tabernacle, advertising trade card for Valley - Tan Remedies, and photograph of the City and County Building of Salt Lake City, Utah.

Robert J. Johnson family papers

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4112
Scope and Contents Robert J. Johnson Family Papers, 1871-1928 include correspondence, photographs, and other items from Robert J. Johnson, his son Jacob John, his daughter Grace Susan Bowen, and his son-in-law James Charles Bowen.

Thomas L. Kane pocket diary and correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Vault MSS 796
Scope and Contents Pocket diary, 1852, 12 x 7.5 cm, one volume, bound, brass-clasped, black with gold lettering, pencil entries and pencil sketches throughout; Letter of Brigham Young to Kane, 15 Dec. 1859, 7 pp., encapsulated; three additional holographic letters: Thomas L. Kane to his aunt, Mrs. Constable, n.d. 1 p.; Kane to Samuel P. Bates, historian of Pennsylvania, 6 April 1867, 2 pp.; letter of Elizabeth W. Kane to her son Elisha, 24 February 1900. 2pp. Also a photocopy of letter of Thomas L. Kane to his...

John David Larson papers

 Collection — Box 1: [31197232481793]
Identifier: MSS 2286
Abstract The collection contains the journals, hymn notebook, and missionary notebook of J. David Larson and David H. Larson.

George Laub papers

 Collection
Identifier: Vault MSS 819
Scope and Contents This collection contains three account books of George Laub that record his carpentry work and expenses, 1843-1844, 1850-1851, and 1862-1868. Also contains miscellaneous financial documents, and several letters to and from George Laub and his family and friends, 1845-1880.

Harold B. Lee letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197227631899]
Identifier: MSS 4004
Scope and Contents Letter of Harold B. Lee, Salt Lake City, to President Carl M. King and Counselors, Manitoba-Minnesota Mission, dated 7 July 1970. Written on stationary of First Presidency. Letter tells of the authorization of funds ($6,344) for the initial planning and architectural work for the building of a Mission Home building.

Albert Leffingwell postcards

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197235232383]
Identifier: MSS 8559
Scope and Contents Materials include eight postcards from Albert Leffingwell that were sent to his wife, Mary C. Leffingwell, from November 9, 1880, to February 25, 1881 during a research trip through Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, and San Francisco, California. The postcards include messages about his dealings with Mormonism in Utah. Albert also mentions an article he wrote about Mormonism in the "Chicago Times." Dated 1880-1881.

Abiel Leonard letter to A. P. Stevenson

 Item — Folder 1: [31197233616363]
Identifier: MSS 8883
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter from Leonard, missionary bishop of Salt Lake City for the Episcopal Church, to Miss A. P. Stevenson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dated January 30, 1900. The letter notes the receipt of a note and gift from Miss Stevenson, mentions an outing he took to rest from his labors, and mentions sending a photograph of himself (not included). The letter is written on "Bishop's House" letterhead, and includes an envelope postmarked January 31, 1900.