Alice M. Edwards Lindsay journal, 1932-1933
Scope and Contents note
One (1) journal, 1932 January 21-1933 January 16, documenting Alice Lindsay’s experiences visiting family members and caring for her children and husband. Also included separately in acid-free paper: Two (2) valentines to Emogene from Alice Tame, One (1) individual ward Roll Card belonging to Robert S. Lindsay, dated 1934, One (1) Visiting Teachers' Efficiency Report, belonging to Alice M. Lindsay, One (1) newspaper clipping concerning the death of Sarah A. M. Lindsay, One (1) newspaper clipping of "Rosemary's Garden," a poetry column, dated October, 1932, One (1) newspaper clipping of a column entitled "Rules for a Perfect Day," One (1) newspaper clipping of a column entitled "Meditations of a Minister," One (1) business card of J. Elden Brown, a piano tuner, One (1) poem by Roberta Lindsay, One (1) wedding announcement for Clarissa Lindsay to Mr. Marcell Graham, dated November 28, 1933, One (1) page of notes, Two (2) little name cards, one with "Fern Lindsay" written on it.
- Other: 1932-1933
- Lindsay, Alice M. Edwards (Person)
Conditions Governing Access note
Open for public research.
Conditions Governing Use note
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from Robert Stacy Lindsay and Alice M. Edwards Lindsay journals and family papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
Alice Matilda Edwards was born on April 15, 1879, in Mill Creek, Salt Lake, Utah, to Phillip Edwards and Mary Ann Simmons. She married Robert Stacy Lindsay in the Salt Lake Temple on December 21, 1899. She died on July 27, 1953 in West Jordan, Utah.
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