Teachers -- Utah
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten autobiography. Larrabee writes about migrating to Utah in 1862 and about her life in Springville and later in Provo, Utah. She also lived in Heber City, Coalville, and Salt Lake City, Utah. She was employed as a school teacher.
Comments on her ancestors, and recalls her early life in Provo, Utah; attendance at Brigham Young University, where she majored in physical education, 1941-1945; experiences as a schoolteacher, 1945-1955, in Grantsville, Richfield, and Lehi, Utah, and in Preston, Idaho; service as a Latter-day Saint missionary in the Northwestern States Mission, laboring in Oregon and Washington, 1948-1950; and family experiences. Includes several pictures and other illustrations.
Includes her journal, kept while teaching school in Richmond, Utah, 1896-1897; personal histories written by her and her husband, John D. Speirs, which include information on their settlement in Tooele County, Utah; biography of Samuel Allen Hendricks; photocopied images of members of the Hendricks and Speirs families; and a family group sheet of Samuel A. Hendricks and his wife, Eliza.