Politicians -- Utah -- History
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten and signed letter written to John M. Cannon in Washington, D.C. Frank is asking John to talk to the president of the Mormon Church, Joseph F. Smith (1838-1918), concerning $15,000 in coupons which Frank gave to Smith after a conference.
Two handwritten letters from a copy book. The items deal with the payment of claims in Utah and paying the "Deseret News" for services. Also discussed is the appointment of federal officials in the Utah Territory.
Correspondence, legal papers, mementos, certificates, and family papers. Correspondents include James E. Talmage, George H. Brimhall, and Karl G. Maeser. Also included is a certificate signed by President Ulysses S. Grant.
Typewritten autobiography. John writes about his life in Fountain Green and Huntington, Utah, his experiences in Utah's Black Hawk War, his employment as a postmaster, and his service in the Utah state senate.
Scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, photographs, and a telegram. The materials were compiled by Kubeldzis and relate to William Henry King, a United States Senator from Utah. The items are newspaper clippings dealing primarily with King's career as a politician.