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Typewritten histories. Adams provides information concerning her relatives and Glen Baker. She describes and documents his youth, his educational background, and his missionary experiences in Germany.
Photocopy of a typewritten biography of Olaf J. Anderson, including information about his two wives Kathinka and Nathalia and several of their children. She presents the history of the family's "Anderson Hotel" in Castle Dale, Utah and Olaf's and Kathinka's mission for the Mormon Church in Copenhagen, Denmark where he edited the Mormon newspaper, "Scandinavian Star," 1908-1912.
Photocopies of the typewritten biographies of Noah Thomas Guymon and his wife, Isabelle Sanderson Guymon, who were members of the Mormon Church in Orangeville, Utah.
Typewritten biography of Don Searle with handwritten corrections. Don was a native of Spanish Fork, Utah who attended Brigham Young University from 1935 to 1940. Don served in the Navy during World War II and worked as a broadcast journalist. He was killed in an automobile accident in 1946 before he turned 29 years old. Clark attended Brigham Young University with Searle and relates what student life was like at that institution in the 1930s.
Typewritten biography of Ole Van Harris and Annie May Perry Harris, his wife. Ole was born in Parowan, Utah in 1876 and was raised on ranch near the town. Ole attended Brigham Young Academy, taught school in various places in Utah, and eventually settled in Salt Lake City, Utah to work as a businessman. His wife Annie May Perry Harris was born in Provo, Utah in 1876 and married Ole in 1901.
This collection consists of 12 leaves photocopied from a typewritten newspaper article authored by Era P. Lowe, son of Thomas G. Lowe who was a Mormon pioneer; Indian scout, missionary, and colonizer. Thomas Lowe also built tabernacles and other community buildings under the direction of Brigham Young and John Taylor. Thomas was held in high regard among the Mormons, non-Mormons, and Indians alike and served in many community and Mormon Church positions.
Typewritten copy of funeral services held in Centerville, Utah on 26 Nov. 1978. Noble was a city manager in Vernal and Tooele, Utah. He also held administrative positions in a number of colleges at various places in the United States. Speeches were given by the Mormon Bishops Merrill Shupe, Thomas Randall, and Frank Woodbury.
Photocopy of a typewritten biography. The item also includes photocopies of photographs and newspaper clippings. Edgar Stubbs Smoot was born in 1905 in Provo, Utah. He married Dora Millard in 1927. He was a farmer and a cattle rancher who was also an active member of the Mormon Church.
One typewritten booklet. It contains a brief history of Ann Rogers Snow. She was born in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. She converted with her family to the Mormon faith and migrated to Utah. Gardner also emphasizes Snow's spiritual experiences.
Photocopies of typescript of an unpublished article. The item is a biography of Jane Elizabeth James (1820?-1908) which also presents information on the blacks in early Utah. Jane, a black, was converted to the Mormon Church and lived in Nauvoo, Illinois, and later emigrated to Salt Lake City, Utah. She was active in the Mormon Church and was married twice. The author has also included typescripts of documents relating to Jane's life.
- Home and Family 5
- Social Life and Customs 5
- Biography -- 19th century 4
- Immigration and American Expansion 3
- Mormons -- Utah -- Biography 3
- Pioneers 3
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 2
- Missions and Missionaries 2
- African American Mormons 1
- African Americans -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- Biography 1
- Businessmen -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- History 1
- Colleges and Universities 1
- Education 1
- Farmers -- Utah -- Biography 1
- Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Utah -- Provo -- History -- Sources 1
- Funeral service -- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- History 1
- Histories 1
- Hotels -- Utah -- Castle Dale 1
- Mormon Church -- Missions -- Denmark -- History 1
- Mormon missionaries -- Germany 1
- Mormon pioneers -- Arizona -- Biography 1
- Mormon pioneers -- Utah -- Biography 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Castle Dale -- History 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Clearfield -- History -- Sources 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- History 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Orangeville -- History 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Provo -- History 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- Biography 1
- Mormons -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- History 1
- Mormons -- Wales -- History 1
- Newspapers 1
- Orangeville (Utah) -- History 1
- Photocopies 1
- Provo (Utah) -- History 1
- Radio journalists -- United States -- Biography 1
- Ranchers -- Utah -- Biography 1
- Salt Lake City (Utah) -- History 1
- Speeches, addresses, etc., American 1
- Teachers -- Utah -- History 1 ∧ less
- Adams, Elda Lyman 1
- Anderson, O. J. (Oluf J.), 1849-1934 1
- Baker, Glen, 1908-1988 1
- Brigham Young Academy 1
- Brigham Young University 1
- Clark, Kent 1
- Dower, Bertha Guymon, 1913- 1
- Gardner, Nathan H. 1
- Guymon, Isabelle Sanderson, 1885-1977 1
- Guymon, Noah Thomas, 1882-1958 1
- Harris, Annie May Perry 1
- Harris, Ole Van 1
- James, Jane Elizabeth Manning, approximately 1813-1908 1
- Jensen, Naomi Asay Anderson 1
- Lowe, Era P. 1
- Lowe, Thomas G., 1851-1938 1
- McKee, Anna Belle Guymon, 1909- 1
- Noble, Charles Sidney, 1920-1977 1
- Olson, Mildred Harris 1
- Randall, Thomas 1
- Searle, Don, -1946 1
- Shupe, Merrill 1
- Smoot, Edgar Stubbs, 1905-1980 1
- Snow, Ann Rogers, 1834-1928 1
- Taylor, John, 1808-1887 1
- Wolfinger, Henry J. 1
- Woodbury, Frank 1
- Young, Brigham, 1801-1877 1 ∧ less