Snowflake (Ariz.) -- History
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten autobiography which decribed her early childhood in the Mormon colony at Colonia Diaz, Mexico, expulsion from Mexico, her courtship and marriage, relationship with her husband and later life in Snowflake and Mesa, Arizona. Also includes genealogical data.
Bound autobiography and "Book of Remembrance" which includes family genealogies. Smith writes about his life in Snowflake, Arizona, his banking career, his family, missionary experiences, and relationships with his plural wives.
Typewritten and signed letters dated 20 June and 17 Aug. 1923. The items are addressed to Joseph W. Smith and are signed by the Mormon Church leaders, Melvin J. Ballard and John A. Widtsoe. The letters deal primarily with business matters.
Printed ephemera relating to commencement exercises at the academy as well as dedicatory services for a new academy building. Also included is a program for a recital at the Taylor Ward House.
Contains the life sketch of a Mormon colonizer of Snowflake, Arizona, genealogical information and a copy of journal entries, 1880-1941.