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Stuart family


Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Ora Pate Stewart photographs, approximately 1881-1970

 Series — Carton: 8, Folder: 1-3, 5-8, 10, 12-15, 31, 35, 45
Identifier: MSS 6046 Series 4
Scope and Contents Contains photographs of Ora Pate Stewart, her mission, close family, and ancestors. Dated circa 1881-1970.
Dates: approximately 1881-1970

Ora Pate Stewart poems and short stories, approximately 1960-1980

 Sub-Series — Carton: 5, Folder: 13-15
Identifier: MSS 6046 Series 3 Sub-Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains typed and drafted poems and short stories authored by Stewart. All of these poems discuss themes like religion, family, and nature. Some are written on behalf of friends or in memory of certain admired colleagues. Materials date from between approximately 1960 and 1980.
Dates: approximately 1960-1980

Ora Pate Stewart papers

Identifier: MSS 6046
Scope and Contents Contains the personal and professional papers of Ora Pate Stewart, including correspondence, journals, notes, research files, literary manuscripts, artwork, financial records, photographs, and other related papers that document the literary and creative endeavors of Ora Pate Stewart. All of her works relate to her personal thoughts and concerns, her family and friend relationships, and her love of Utah nature, history, and the Mormon religion. Dated approximately 1881-1995.
Dates: approximately 1881-1995

William Thomas Stewart autobiography and diary

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 6638
Scope and Contents In the first 43 pages of his diary, Stewart documents: the settlement of Kanab, Utah; childhood spiritual experiences; the establishment of the United Order in Kanab; interactions with the Navajo; life and work on the range; the death of his first wife, Rachel Hamblin Stewart; his subsequent marriage to Fannie Little; his later plural marriage to Mary Udall; his election as County Prosecuting Attorney in Kane County, Utah; and the death of his second wife, Fannie Little Stewart. Stewart...
Dates: approximately 1883