Alberta -- History
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Donald G. Godfrey and B. Y. Card research files on Charles Ora Card
Thomas Benson Hull autobiographies
This collection consists of photocopies of handwritten autobiographies. They were written in 1939-40, 1943, 1947 and 1949. The last two are only three pages each. Hull was born in Franklin, Idaho, and moved, when a boy, to Hooper, Utah. He later went to Alberta and Burley, Idaho. These autobiographies cover his early life, tell about his family and relate incidents occurring where he lived.
Life sketch of A. Jay
Handwritten autobiography, a newsclipping about Aaron Johnson Sr. (1806-1877), a handwritten copy of the senior Johnson's biography by his daughter, Marilla Lucretia Johnson Miller, and handwritten copies of correspondence on the Johnson family genealogy. This correspondence consists of letters from Stephen Johnson, brother of Aaron Johnson Sr., and also from Frank L. Johnson and W.E. Johnson, distant cousins of Aaron Johnson Jr. All items are photocopies.
Genevieve Johnson Pettit diary
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a handwritten diary. The author writes about her migration from Arizona to Raymond, Alberta, Canada. On the way, she stayed with her aunt Daisy Dixon in Parowan, Utah. She tells about her daily activities, Church meetings, and a young man who visited her named Jim S.