Agriculture -- Utah -- History
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Farmer's Institute meeting announcement
The folder contains a printed broadside announcing the meeting of the Farmers' Institute in Beaver, Utah on September 3 and 4 of an unspecified year (circa 1900). The item states that a F. B. Linfield, professor of dairying and animal husbandry of the Agricultural College of Utah, would speak.
Die gesellschaftlichen Unternehmungsform des Mormonismus
Typewritten essay in German with handwritten corrections. Jungeblut writes a history of Mormons and the Mormon Church with special emphasis of the agrarian activities of Mormons in Utah in the nineteenth century.
Tebbs-Burnes family letters, 1899-1931
Correspondence between Lydia Ellen Tebbs Winters, her husband Morgan Arthur Winters, their only son Morgan Usher Winters, his eventual wife Lucretia Vern Seely (went by Vern), as well as the odd family friend.
Winters-Seely and Tebbs-Burnes family letters
Correspondence between members of the Tebbs family, 1861-1932, and between members of the Winters family, 1899-1931.
Winters-Seely family letters, 1861-1932
Correspondence between Lydia Ellen Tebbs Winters, her sisters Addie (Alice Adelaide) and Nellie (Susan Ellen), her parents Daniel Fouchie Tebbs and Susan Ellen Burnes, various of her eleven other siblings (Daniel Fouchie (Dan)), Fielding Burnes (Burnes), Algernon Calvin (Cal), Harry Clement (Clem), Dudley Duncan (D.D.)), and other relatives and friends, 1861-1932.