Saint George (Utah)
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Contains letters to James Francis Johnson from his father, Benjamin Franklin Johnson, and the journals of Benjamin Franklin Johnson. The collection has some legal documents pertaining to the death of James Francis Johnson.
Includes journals, biographical sketches, correspondence, articles, lesson manuals, published and unpublished manuscripts, photographs, and ephemera. The bulk of the material was created by Joseph B. Keeler's descendants, who used his papers as they compiled their published family history, "Build Thee More Stately" (1989). The collection focuses on family history, religion, education, and professional organizations.
This collection contains three account books of George Laub that record his carpentry work and expenses, 1843-1844, 1850-1851, and 1862-1868. Also contains miscellaneous financial documents, and several letters to and from George Laub and his family and friends, 1845-1880.
Typed family newsletter of the Leavitt family. Most of the members of the family are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and they have connections to southern Utah (St. George area) and southern Nevada (Bunkerville area). The materials deal with family news and the attempts of distant cousins to keep in touch with each other. These items were originally sent to Lorna Jane Miles Winkler of Orem, Utah.
Typed family newsletters of the Leavitt family. Most of the persons in the family are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and they have connections to southern Utah (St. George area) and southern Nevada (Bunkerville area). The materials deal with family news and the attempts of distant cousins to keep in touch with each other. The newsletters include photographs of Michael Leavitt, governor of the state of Utah.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typescript. The item is a "brief sketch of the life of Hyrum Lenny, written by his wife and dictated by him July 1933." Hyrum was born in Parowan, Utah, 26 Aug. 1862. He married Mary Margaret Wodbury. He had 11 children, 9 sons and 2 daughters. Hyrum visited relatives, worked in Silver Reef, Utah, moved to St. George, Utah, and held numerous positions with the Mormon Church. An index to the item is included.
Contains certificates, photographs, and letters that portray the various honors, awards, and recognitions received by Nellie Gubler. Also included is an award scrapbook.
Contains publications and pamphlets produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and religious notes taken by Nellie Gubler.