Taylor, Frank J., 1894-1972
- Existence: 1894 - 1972
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Diaries, correspondence, memoranda books, financial and genealogical records, biographical sketches, and miscellaneous papers. Diaries include mission labors in the Southern States for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Biographical sketches are about parents, relatives, and friends including Mary Jane Gardner Miller, James R. Miller, Frank J. Taylor, E. J. Winder, Robert Gardner, and Reuben Miller.
Contains various business-related documents ranging 1891-1951. Included are cash books, data on construction of telephone lines by the Eastern Utah Telephone Company (organized by Miller), livestock statistics and deeds. Also included are a ledger and "Bruce's Diary", containing temple and genealogy fund and records of reunions.
Contains correspondence from Miller, and a record thereof, dating from between 1909 and 1951. Includes correspondence from Levi N. Harmon, a record of Reuben G. Miller correspondence including collected quotations and verses, photographs of Carbon County Court House in Price, Utah, and a family picture of the family of Mrs. Alice Danielson.
Contains memoranda books prepared by Miller, documenting his daily activities. Includes information on family events, his church service, and his work in telephones. Materials date from between 1868 and 1946.
Includes miscellaneous text materials, mostly undated. Includes Anna Miller's address book, medical notes dated 1871-1949, address book pages, and burial instructions for Miller. Also included is an inventory of household items, a funeral service program, Heber Bennion letter to President Heber J. Grant, an article copied from Deseret Evening news of May 21, 1898, and instructions for an L. C. typewriter.
Contains various text materials from 1871-1946. It includes receipts from the Price Ward in the Emery Stake and the Forest Dale Ward in the Granite Stake, newspaper clippings and member and genealogical reports, patriarchal blessings of Mary Jane Gardner Miller, and notes pertaining to Reuben Miller and James J. Strang, and early Mormon apostate leader.