Salt Lake City (Utah) -- Photographs
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
John F. Bennett photograph album of Church history
Sheldon Brewster photographs
Sheldon Brewster photographs, 1890s-1960s collection contains 14 photographs and 11 postcards of Salt Lake City, Utah, President and Sister Heber J. Grant, and President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy.
Brigham Street, Salt Lake City
Brigham Street, Salt Lake City, 1900
Brigham Young's Grave, Salt Lake City, Utah
J. E. Broaddus papers
James S. Brown photographs
Contains photographs and corresponding negatives related to James S. Brown during a visit of a Navajo delegation to Salt Lake City. Dated approximately 1870-1879.
C. W. Carter photographs and negatives of early Utah
Collection includes photographs and negatives with images of Salt Lake City, Utah, leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and other Utah residents.
M. O. Corey photograph album
Album includes 71 photographs taken in and around Ogden, Utah about 1890. Some of the shots were taken in Salt Lake City, Utah, and vicinity. The notes as to the locations where the photographs were taken are found with the prints. The album was given by M. O. Corey to Mora D. Ritchie in 1897.
“Intolerance” by J. E. Broaddus, approximately 1900-1954
Materials include the unfinished manuscript of J. E. Broaddus's story "Intolerance." It is a story set alongside the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and focuses on two fictional families and their involvement in real events. The short stories "Trail of Glory" and "Glory Trail" are early versions of the first part of "Intolerance." Materials dated approximately 1900-1954.