Richfield (Utah) -- History
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook including newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, checks, photographs, and post cards. The materials relate to Anderson's life and activities in the Mormon Church.
Typewritten book including genealogical worksheets and family photographs. The item is a biography of William George Baker (1835-1901) and his descendants. William Baker was a convert to the Mormon Church from England and lived in Nephi and Richfield, Utah.He has a large posterity living mostly in Utah and in other Western states. Also included are genealogies of the Baker family.
Two handwritten and signed letters by Belinda Boone in Tuba City, Arizona addressed to her son Arkee L. Boone in Richfield, Utah in 1953. In these letters Boone reminds her son to be thankful to the family that took him in to help him get an education, to study hard, and to stay with the Mormon Church.
Covers dates between 1920 and 1976 and includes David Booth Gottfredson’s professional papers; both education and medical related. Materials dated 1920-1976.
Photocopy of handwritten diaries. Keeler writes about his activities while serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii from 1850 to 1855 and from 1876 to 1878. Keeler also writes about his life in Utah as a carpenter and farmer. Also included is a diary of Eliza Shelton Keeler, James' wife, which she kept from 1891 to 1902. The Keelers lived much of the time in Richfield, Utah.
Collection contains the daily writings of a Manti/Richfield, Utah, woman in the 20th century. The diaries include notes about the weather, visits from family members, births and deaths within the family, and church activities.
Contains the papers of both Peter Gottfredson and Alice Hatch Gottfredson and dates between 1865 and 2001. Peter's materials include his research work on the Indian Wars, and his own account of Gottfredson and Gledhill family history. Alice's papers include photographs, newspaper clippings, a significant amount of correspondence, and family history records of the Keeler and Hatch families. Materials dated approximately 1865-2001.
This collection consists of a microfilm copy of a handwritten diary of 493 pages and several newspaper obituaries of Peterson's family. Events of Peterson's life are recounted from 1850 to 1866, after which a daily record was kept until 1899. Included are incidents from Sevier County history including politics, the Black Hawk war, census records for 1895, and personal business dealings. Peterson also writes about his family, national events, and local weather and temperatures.