Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Carroll family histories is a collection of various narratives describing numerous generations of the Carroll family. Included within the collection are photocopies of letters and photographs. The collection dates from 1872-1976.
This collection contains photographs and postcards of various historical sites relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These sites include: Nauvoo, Orderville, Kirtland, Palmyra, and various LDS temples. Portraits of people include: Joseph Smith, C.S. Forester, and General Fremont with his wife and daughter. Also included in the collection is a book titled American Frontier Photography and a photograph of the 1955 Utah State Senate 31st session.
Autobiography written by Harriet Emeline Adair Jolley including digital copies and transcription. Harriet started writing her life story in 1948 and wrote about topics like living the United Order and life as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Utah. She finished her life story in 1968 by writing "A Sketch of Arthur Jolley's Life" beginning with his birth until his death Aug. 21, 1947.
Materials include 720 prints and 534 negatives taken by Robert D. Adams between approximately 1930 and 1950. Materials are primarily portraits of individuals and groups from Orderville, Utah. Materials also include some photographs of places in Orderville.
Materials include 47 woodcuts by Robert D. Adams between approximately 1930 and 1950. The woodcuts are portraits of individuals and groups and are of varying sizes.
Contains various Southern Utah city histories, including Ivins and Orderville, the history of Utah Post Offices, and scrapbooks and photographs documenting Southern Utah Native American history.