Mormon women -- Utah
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Alice Hazel Stallings Evans diaries, 1937-1938
Consists of two yearly journals belonging to Alice Hazel Stallings Evans. Journals discuss everyday occurrences and personal reflections. Dated 1937 to 1938.
Martha Sonntag Bradley research papers
Collection includes research materials created or acquired by Martha Sonntag Bradley for use in her publications: Pedestals & Podiums: Utah Women, Religious Authority & Equal Rights and Four Zinas: A Story of Mothers and Daughters on the Mormon Frontier. It also includes many documents pertaining to the International Women's Year, and the Equal Rights Amendment. These all discuss equal rights for women, the Mormon church and feminism, and the conference itself.
Brown family correspondence, circa 1847-1969
Contains the correspondence of Zina D. H. Young, before and after her marriage, Charles Ora Card, Hugh B. Brown, and a few others. These letters pertain to daily life for Zina Young and her relatives. Dated circa 1847-1969.
Card family documents, circa 1853-1969
Contains a variety of various personal documents such as journal excerpts, poems, patriarchal blessing, records, a photocopied account book, and other materials. Also contains a book of collected history and correspondence of Joseph Young Card (Zina Card's son) and Pearl Eliza Christensen Card. Topics include daily life, church affairs, personal thoughts, and finances. Dated circa 1853-1969.
Charles Ora Card incoming correspondence, circa 1886-1887
Contains correspondence from fellow leaders in the church such as President M. W. [Marrill], Moses Thatcher, and others. Materials relate to Church affairs and general local events. Dated circa 1886-1887.
Charles Ora Card outgoing correspondence, circa 1888-1903
Contains correspondence to children, primarily son Joseph, and also to church leaders such as President Lorenzo Snow. Correspondence to Joseph discusses daily life. Correspondence to church leaders concerns church affairs and local events. Dated circa 1888-1903.
Julia Ellen Davis Dillman diary
Diary of Julia Ellen Davis Dillman, beginning with a brief autobiographical sketch and followed by infrequent entries about her life in St. Charles, Utah (near Bear Lake) and later Ashley Valley (near Vernal, Utah). Also mentions her marriage to Peter Dillman in 1882, some poetry, and a closing entry about her funeral and farewell entries from the associations she belonged to. Dated 1878 to 1900.
Hugh B. Brown incoming correspondence, circa 1935-1969
Correspondence from children and also various students and faculty of Brigham Young University following his devotional address given at BYU in May of 1969. Dated circa 1935-1969.
Hugh B. Brown outgoing correspondence, circa 1905-1960
Contains correspondence from Hugh B. Brown to his wife and children; (hereafter, primarily to “Dot,” “Birdie,” and “Ed & Mary”). Topics include daily life, Hugh B. Brown's work, and family news. Dated circa 1905-1960.
Huntington family blessings, circa 1836-1901
Contains blessings given to Zina D. H. Young from fifteen years of age to her death; also including a mother's blessing given to her son Zebulon. Also includes blessings given to the Huntington family, including William Huntington, Zina Baker Huntington, John Huntington, and Hannah Huntington, and Dimik Huntington. Blessings contain promises and advice. Dated circa 1836-1901.