Mormons -- Arizona -- Biography
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File — Folder 1: 
Identifier: MSS 2776
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a bound autobiography (29 pages) and various letters, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating to East's life and military service. East was captured by the Japanese in the Philippines in April 1942 and survived the Bataan Death March and over three years as a prisoner of war in the Philippines and Japan. His autobiograpy mainly deals with his sufferings as a prisoner of war and with his faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
File — Folder 1: 
Identifier: MSS SC 982
Scope and Contents Photocopies of typescript journal which was transcribed from the holograph original by Albert J. Levine. Flake was born in Beaver, Utah but spent most of his life in Arizona. He attended Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah and served as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Mississippi (1883-1885). He supplied lumber to the Woodruff Co-op store and carried mail from Holbrook, Arizona to Ft. Apache.He was murdered in 1892(??). His brother, Oz Flake, gave an account of Charles'...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1564
Scope and Contents Holograph diaries of Osmer Flake including an autobiography of his life from 1868 to 1893. The diaries cover 1893-1898, 1899-1913, 1935-1954. Also included is a diary of Osmer's first wife, Elsie Owens Flake 1897-1900 and a diary of his second wife, Ethel Ray Flake 1925-1926. Also in the collection is Osmer's biography of his father William Jordon Flake and an autograph book compiled at the Beaver Stake Academy, 1887-1888. His first wife Elsie kept a diary when he was serving on the latter...
Collection — Folder 1: 
Identifier: MSS 9086
Scope and Contents Contains an autobiography of Lorenzo Wickliffe Smith, an autobiography of Blanche Rogers Smith, and a history of Lorenzo and Blanche's life together. The autobiography of Lorenzo and the history of Lorenzo and Blanche were compiled by Norman D. Smith, their son, approximately 1970-1979. The autobiography of Blanche was written by her in 1973. These histories contain stories of their childhoods in Snowflake, Arizona and married life in southern Arizona as businessowners of a dairy farm.