Salt Lake City (Utah) -- History
Found in 323 Collections and/or Records:
Patience Loader Archer autobiography
Auerbach Corporation contract
Handwritten contract to build a store in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Frederick and Samuel Auerbach contract
Typewritten and signed contract dated 17 Dec. 1894. Frederick and Samuel Auerbach agree to purchase property in Salt Lake City, Utah for business purposes.
Silas Richards autobiography
Carbon copy of typewritten excerpts from a larger autobiography. Richards writes about his migration to Utah and his life in Salt Lake City and in Union, Utah.
Anna Mary Ball Frewin autobiography
Typewritten copy of an autobiography. Frewin was born in England, migrated to Utah in 1881, and settled in Salt Lake City, Utah. She writes about Mormon polygamists hiding from federal officials stating, "you couldn't tell whether there was a man or woman coming down the street because the men were dressed in women's clothing with sun bonnets."
Almon W. Babbitt legal papers
Handwritten legal documents. The items relate to Babbitt's career as a lawyer and to the settling of his estate.
William Backman reminiscences
Reminiscences were written by Backman between 1917 and 1931, describing his life and experiences.
Olive Smoot Bean autobiography
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography (pages 163 to 197). Bean writes about her childhood in Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah, her marriage, and her children.
Lucian Bedell letter
Handwritten and signed letter, dated October 16, 1853, and addressed to "Dear B." The item was written in Salt Lake City, Utah. Bedell writes about polygamy in Utah and about isolated life in Utah.