Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- History
Found in 86 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of funeral services held for Algie Ballif on 14 July 1984. The item consists of remarks made by unnamed friends and family members about the life, qualities, and accomplishments of Algie Ballif. Also included is a brief eulogy by Helen Stark.
Photocopies of two handwritten diaries and a reminiscence. The diaries tell of Bentley's activities in Mexico and Utah. The reminiscence is an account of Bentley's trip to Great Britain.
Typewritten autobiography. Brimhall writes about her family background, her youth in Spanish Fork, Utah, her marriage to George H. Brimhall, and gives her reflections on polygamy. As an adult, she lived in Provo, Utah.
Contains nine audio cassettes of the personal oral histories of Irene Smart Weaver and Retta Hanks Gilbert, two Latter-day Saint women from Idaho and Utah. Dated 1966-2002.
Photocopy of a handwritten diary in six pages. Eva Bjork writes about migrating from Sweden to Utah in 1884. Also included is a biography of Eva's husband, William Bjork. William migrated from Sweden to Utah in 1868. He worked for the railroad and lived in several places in Utah. He finally settled in Provo, Utah. The author of the item is unknown and the date of its composition is uncertain.
Photocopies of a typewritten autobiography and typewritten biographies. Stephen and Eliza Lewis Farnsworth lived in Nauvoo, Illinois, Utah, and Arizona. Eliza L. Farnsworth Gilbert writes about her early life in Jerrico, Joseph City, Salt Lake City, and Roosevelt, Utah. The date of the composition of these items is uncertain.
Photocopy of typescript of an autobiography by Flora Davis Fisher. Fisher talks about her early years in Utah, her education, her marriage, her children, her mission to New Zealand, and her paintings.