Mormons -- Utah -- Provo -- Biography
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Early days on the Provo bench
This collection consists of photocopies of a typewritten manuscript "made from copy in Orem Public Library." Partridge's mother took her family to Provo, Utah, in the late 1870s so her children would be able to attend the Brigham Young Academy. Raymond's father had another family by another wife in Fillmore, Utah. Partridge's account is an autobiography. He tells of his experiences while growing up and living in Provo.
J. M. Jensen biography
Photocopy of a typewritten funeral address about Lars Echert Eggertsen. Jensen talks of Eggertsen's upbringing, his education, his position in the Provo City schools, and his ecclesiastical standing in the Mormon Church.
Bengt Johnson autobiography
Photocopies of a holograph autobiography. Bengt Johnson Sr. was a Swedish convert to the Mormon Church and was baptized in 1854. He came to Utah in 1862 and settled in Provo. His account largely tells of his adjustment to Mormonism.
Daniel Mandeville Keeler papers
Collection contains Daniel Mandeville Keeler's family history work. Collection also contains correspondences, and notes from Keeler's various Church positions.
Joyce Kling Harmon pioneer biographies
Typewritten biographies, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and photographs. The collection consists largely of biographies written by members of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers dealing with their ancestors.