Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Contains scrapbooks created by Jo Ann Sloan Rogers, a descendant of Charles Ora Card, documenting the history of the Charles Ora Card family and his descendants in Utah, Idaho, and Alberta, Canada. Also includes the Civil War diary of Arthur Calvin Mellette and the biography of Isaac Julian Harvey, a California pioneer. Dated approximately 1842-1968.
Typewritten autobiography which tells of her children, friends, labors, marriage and travels. Also includes short typewritten description by Jonathan Chamberlain of his activities as an officer in the Thomas Chamberlain Family Organization.
Typewritten biographical sketches (photocopies) of Snow and his wife, Mary Ann V. Snow; ALS's (with typed transcripts) to his fourth polygamous wife, Sarah E.W. Snow, with a few to their children; a certificate of election, a deed, and a family group sheet (photocopies). Letters contain information pertaining to relations with his plural family, his missionary experiences in England, and the building of the Manti, Utah Temple. Includes cover letter by donor.
Bound autobiography of Cox, which discusses her early life in a polygamous family in Idaho, her missions to the Eastern States Mission and New Zealand, and her later family life, both as a wife and as a single mother. Most of the events discussed occurred in Idaho and Utah. The autobiography covers her birth in 1900 to about 1978.