Utah -- History -- 19th century -- Photographs
Found in 133 Collections and/or Records:
Contains excerpts from autobiographical accounts and other material gathered by Kane on the life of William Wood (1808-1894). Materials date from between 1895 and 1918.
Contains correspondence, cards, and other materials produced by Kane. Most of the letters relate to Kane's military service during the First World War. Items date from between 1906 and 1942.
Contains letters, notes, pamphlets, clippings, and other materials by Kane. Materials document his activities, including his work at the hospital and his family relationships. Materials date from between 1869 and 1929.
Materials include a typescript copy of Elizabeth Wood Kane's autobiography, "The Story of the Mother of the Regiment". It focuses on on Elizabeth's life during the Utah War and the Civil War. She also writes about the founding of Kane, Pennsylvania and about her husband, Thomas L. Kane, going to Utah in 1857 and fighting in the Civil War. There are some marginal notes and underlining by Elizabeth's son, Elisha Kent Kane. Dated 1869.
Contains a published biography by Kane of the life of John Kane, dating from 1921. Includes genealogical information on the Kane family.
Contains correspondence by Kane written between 1857 and 1894. Most of the letters are to members of the Kane family, and include information on family activities and travels. Also includes correspondence related to Kane's research on Silas Freeman.
Contains letters, programs, and other material by Kane. The correspondence is primarily with family members, and deals with concerns. Also includes materials related to her work with the Women's Christian Temperance Union. Materials date from between 1830 and 1909.
Contains original and typescript copies of journals by Elizabeth Wood Kane, as well as letters, clippings, and ephemera found in the volumes. The journals describe family activities, her travels, and her work in the temperance movement. Materials date from between 1853 and 1909.
Contains drafts of biographies and a novel, as well as notes and other materials written by Kane. Materials focus on Thomas L. Kane and distant branches of the family, including the Van Rensselaer and Hawthorne families. Items date from between 1856 and 1881.