Judges -- Utah
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Letter appointing Francis Asbury Hammond to be a probate judge, from Washington D.C., author unknown; includes envelope. Dated May 18, 1895.
Contains Monroe and Shirley Paxman's collection of material about Christmas, including clippings from newspapers, magazines, and other items. Materials date from between approximately 1960 and 2000.
Contains articles, tributes, and photographs of Esther Eggertsen Peterson. There is also a tribute to Peterson's sister, Algie. Materials date from between 1986 and 1991.
Contains photographs, correspondence, manuscripts, published works, a personal report, poetry, and ephemera created or collected by Helen Candland Stark, as well as ephemera from her memorial service. It also contains her mother's patriarchal blessing and papers regarding the Alice Louise Reynolds endowment fund. Materials date from between 1958 and 1995.
Includes correspondence, newsclippings, newsletters, and related ephemera collected and created by the Opies. Materials dated 1988 to 1992.
Contains Monroe and Shirley Paxman's collection on Karin Jackson, including photographs, journals, correspondence, and other material. Materials date from between 1920 and 2003.
Contains books, letters, poetry, news clippings, recordings, and photographs of Virginia Eggertsen Sorensen Waugh. There are also some tributes and recordings about her. Materials date from between 1932 and 1993.
Contains Monroe and Shirley Paxman's collection on the Wildwood Resort in Provo Canyon, Utah. Includes photographs, brochures, and other material that document the history of the resort. Materials date from between 1980 and 2000.
Contains family history material from the Booth, Brockbank, Eggertsen, Jex, and Winters families. The materials consist of family group sheets, personal histories and some photographs of these families. Materials date from between 1900 and 2013.
Contains the personal papers and material of Monroe and Shirley Paxman, including correspondence with their children, newspaper clippings, yearbooks, and other items. Materials date from between 1920 and 2009.