Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Biography and family record of Cecil Grant Ash, 1990 where Ash recounts his experiences growing up in Lehi, Utah from the 1920s to the 1940s. He also discusses his POW experiences, including journal enteries and war poems written in the camps by U.S. soldiers
Materials include a letter from David J. Evans to David John, counselor in the Utah Stake presidency, dated August 27, 1879. In it, Evans resigns as bishop in Lehi, Utah, because of health concerns.
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.
Letters written by Robert James Evans and Alice Hazel Stallings Evans to their son Robert John Evans. Letters discuss family happenings and provide important family updates. Materials dated 1955 to 1977. Majority of letters sent from Lehi, Utah to Michigan.
Materials include 51 photographs and 12 duplicates, for a total of 63 prints of photographs taken by Walter P. Cottam between approximately 1920 and 1940. These photographs focus on Mount Timpanogos, including views of the mountain from the valley, photographs of scenes on the mountain, and photographs of the valley below.