Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- History
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten biography of Victor Emanuel Bean and Mary Hannah Baker Bean. The item was "compiled and written" by Ethel Bean Andrew. The materials include excerpts from Victor Bean's missionary diaries from 1884 to 1886 while in Indiana, Illinois, and Pennsylvania.
Typewritten and handwritten autobiography reproduced by a mimeograph process. Day tells about her family's difficulties during the Great Depression. Her father lost his farm and once collapsed at work from lack of food. She was married in 1942 and lived in Highland and Heber City, Utah with her husband.
Photocopies of a typescript of a diary. Pearce migrated to Utah in 1851. She went by way of New Orleans, Louisiana, and St. Louis, Missouri. She gives details on the trek to Utah. She lived in Ogden, Utah. There is a gap in the diary from 1852 to 1868. Pearce moved to California in 1869.
Group portrait of the Alice Louise Reynolds Club, the Salt Lake Chapter, taken at the Lion House on May 19, 1977. The names of the group members can be found on the back of the portrait.
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. The item was dictated in 1932. Olive married Wallace Edwin Potter in 1884 as a plural wife. She lived in numerous places in Utah especially when dodging federal officials. Olive gives her opinion on polygamy.
A blessing given by Joseph F. Smith to Lucy P. Russel, with Daniel H. Wells assisting, setting her apart for calling as a midwife in Utah. Smith was the 2nd Counselor in the Mormon Church's First Presidencey at the time of the blessing.