Paris (Idaho) -- History
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten and signed letter addressed to Joseph B. Keeler of Provo, Utah and dated 8 March 1908. Budge writes that it will be hard to state in fifty words what the former president of Brigham Young Academy, Karl G. Maeser, did for him, but he will try.
This brief volume describes the planning of the Paris, Idaho Stake Tabernacle Centennial Celebration. It also includes several programs from the actual events associated with the celebration.
The collection contains the typescripts of the journal between the years of 1874-1917. Also contained is an index of the journals by John R. Stucki. The collection contains material on the Swiss and German Mission between the years 1874-1875 and 1888-1890; autobiographical information; and life in Southern Idaho and Northern Utah.
Typewritten biography with handwritten notations. The item is a biography of Mary Barker Virgin. Mary Virgin was married to George Thompson Virgin in 1852 in England. The couple, joined the Mormon Church, had four children, and Mary migrated with the Mormons to Utah and later to Idaho after George's death. Mary settled in Paris, Idaho where she died at age 92.