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Found in 1629 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of an autobiography. Arrington discusses her childhood in Cache Valley, Utah, farming community, her education, marriage, and family. She relates stories of family members and tells of her church activity in Twin Falls, Idaho. She stresses her personal philosophy of life that happiness lies in giving service to others.
Typewritten family history written by Andrea Juricic of North Stonington, Connecticut. The item tells the story of the Swedish family of Andersons which arrived in Minnesota in 1892 and lived there as farmers. Also included are genealogies of the Anderson family.
Photocopies of a handwritten journal. Ashment was a convert to the Mormon Church from England having been baptized in 1848. He migrated to Utah in 1869 and settled in Richmond, Utah. Ashment writes about his daily activities and about his experiences. Also included are notes about his children and their activities.
Collection contains 24 photographs of people, mostly children taken in the Utah studios of the photographers between approximately 1890 and 1920. It also contains a photographic compilation of apostles and temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1835 to 1886.
Rachel Calder Ashworth family papers and histories contains family histories, biographies, autobiographies, family records, pedigrees and photographs of her pioneer ancestors and their families, many of whom were in Vernal, Utah. Some of the more frequently mentioned families are the Ashworths, the Mentzers, the Hackings, and the Calders. Dated from approximately 1900 to 2015.