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Cardston (Alta.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Zina Young Card Brown family papers

 Collection — Box 1: [31197223107134]
Identifier: MSS 2232
Abstract Contains papers relating to Zina Card Brown and her ancestors, including her parents; her grandmother, Zina D. H. Young; and her great-grandfather, William Huntington. Includes a notebook kept by Zina Card (Brown) for a sewing class at Brigham Young College in Logan, Utah; correspondence; a Daughters of Utah Pioneers notebook belonging to Zina Y. Card, 1912-1914; a list of Brigham Young's daughters and granddaughters, 1947; a postcard image of the C. O. Card home in Cardston, Alberta; and...

Zina Presendia Young Williams Card collection

 Collection — Box 1: [31197231238913]
Identifier: MSS 2231
Scope and Contents Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, postcards, photographs, printed ephemera, primer books, a manuscipt composition book regarding primary grade instruction, and two artifacts: a human hair bracelet and a gold brooch with retractable chain.

History of Orin Austin Seager, son of Orin Barber Seager and Mary Emeline Tyrrell

 File — Folder 1: [31197230329275]
Identifier: MSS SC 3057
Scope and Contents Compilation includes brief reminiscence by Orin A. Seager, 1952; history of his mother, Mary Emeline Tyrrell Smith; history of Orin A. Seager and his wife, Mary Robinson; and recollections written chiefly by the couple's children. Major themes include Seager family activities in Cardston, Alberta, 1897-1904; and in Tremonton, Utah, 1905-1944; and Orin's Latter-day Saint mission to the Northwestern States, including service in Washington, 1911-1912. Compilation includes excerpts from Orin's...

Personal histories of Andrew May, 1906-1933; Alfred James, 1905-1991; and Verda Pauline Carter, 1908-1998

 Collection — Box 1: [31197232481041]
Identifier: MSS 2142
Scope and Contents Personal history of Andrew May contains information on his ancestors; childhood in Cardston, Alberta, Canada; life in Baker, Oregon; marriage to Jean Fossum; and his illness and death. Also contains significant information of his wife's Latter-day Saint mission to California, 1926-1928. Personal history of Alfred James Madsen contains information on his ancestors; memories of his childhood in Provo, Utah; church service, including a LDS mission to New Zealand, 1926-1929; marriage; farm life;...

Jo Ann Sloan Rogers collection of Charles Ora Card family scrapbooks

 Collection — Carton 1: [31197232578598]
Identifier: MSS 8927
Scope and Contents Contains scrapbooks created by Jo Ann Sloan Rogers, a descendant of Charles Ora Card, documenting the history of the Charles Ora Card family and his descendants in Utah, Idaho, and Alberta, Canada. Also includes the Civil War diary of Arthur Calvin Mellette and the biography of Isaac Julian Harvey, a California pioneer. Dated approximately 1842-1968.

Willard L. and Jennie Hill Leavitt Smith collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2260
Scope and Contents The collection, containing mission diaries, World War I army diary, family histories, and bound copies of autobiographies and family histories, has been organized by (1) mission diaries of Willard and Jennie Smith; (2) family histories; and (3) bound copies. The collection contains material on the First Tongan Mission after it was separated from the Samoan Mission; Samoan Mission; genealogy of the Willard L. Smith family and the Jennie Hill Leavitt family; Haun's Mill Massacre; and personal...

The Cardston News, 1931 February 5

 Item — Oversize-folder 1: Series 4 [31197233239406]
Identifier: MSS 1421 Series 4
Scope and Contents The Cardston News; volume 32; February 5, 1931; no. 22. (Contains an article titled Aunt Zina Y. Card Passes to her Reward.")

The Cardston Recorder, 1899 May 26

 Item — Oversize-folder 1: Series 4 [31197233239406]
Identifier: MSS 1421 Series 4
Scope and Contents The Cardston Recorder, volume 1, Cardston, Alberta, May 26, 1899, No. 44. (Contains an article titled Remonstrance Meeting, at which President Charles O. Card and other leading citizens express their opposition to the opening of a saloon in Cardston.)

The Cardston Recorder, 1899 June 9

 Item — Oversize-folder 1: Series 4 [31197233239406]
Identifier: MSS 1421 Series 4

The Cardston Recorder, 1899 November 10

 Item — Oversize-folder 1: Series 4 [31197233239406]
Identifier: MSS 1421 Series 4
Scope and Contents The Cardston Recorder, Volume 2, November 10, 1899, No. 14, (Contains an article titled Birthday Greeting, reporting a celebration commemorating the sixtieth birthday of Charles O. Card, also pictures of Stirling and Attena Williams under the heading, Our Leading People.)