Found in 44 Collections and/or Records:
This is a privately published booklet which deals with contemporary architecture in Utah Valley. The item was written by Barbara Hatch, photography by Ephraim Hatch.
Handwritten notice of a claim of water rights to "Tombstone Spring" located in Mohave County, Arizona. Bentley and the "undersigned" (missing from the document) lay claim to a spring three miles west of the Macaac Woolf Hole Spring, Mohave County, Arizona. The item was recorded at the request of Moroni Snow of St. Geroge, Utah.
DVD about the founding of Brookside subdivision in Springville, Utah, and the residents who live there. Dated 2014.
Photocopy of a handwritten note. The item was issued by the Nauvoo Committee and signed by Almon W. Babbitt, Joseph Leland Hewywood, and John S. Fullmer. The Mormon Church promises payment of $403.94 to Amos Davis.
Photocopy of a printed map. The name of the town was Dover, Ohio, in 1852, but it has subsequently been changed to Westlake, Ohio. The item presents the location and size of plots and the names of property owners in 1852. The actual date of the creation of the item is uncertain.