C. L. Joy and C. W. Carter stereographs of American Fork Canyon, Utah
Scope and Contents
Contains five stereographs taken in forested areas of American Fork Canyon, Utah. Dated 1880 and 1896.
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C. W. Carter (1832-1918) was a photographer in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Charles William Carter was born in London, England, on August 4, 1832. Carter came to Salt Lake City in 1859, where he set up his first photography studio. He was one of Utah's first early photographers. Among some of his well known photographs were the construction of the Mormon Temple, Tabernacle, Shoshone Indians, mining, the Transcontinental Railroad construction and Mormon life. He died on January 27, 1918, in the home of his daughter (Mrs. George Smith) in Midvale, Utah.
C.L. Joy (1869-1943) was a photographer in Utah.
C.L. Joy was born in 1869 in Fairburry Illinois. He was a partner in the firm Hinshaw and Joy Photographers of Salt Lake City, Utah. He married Ellen Drew Forbes in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1912, and together they had four children. C.L. Joy died in Salt Lake City in 1943.
1 folder (0.05 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
Purchased from Ken Sanders Rare Books, in 2015.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased; Ken Sanders Rare Books; December 2015.
Photo Archives, Utah.
Processed; Grace Bithell, student manuscript processor, and Tom Wells, curator; 2019.
- Register of C.L. Joy and C. W. Carter stereographs of American Fork Canyon, Utah
- Kathryn Bradley, student manuscript processor
- 2018 December 4
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.