Salem (Utah) -- History
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten biographies of ancestors of Rawlinson which relate life in numerous Utah communities in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Included is an excerpt from the 1857 diary of James Farmer.
Typewritten history of the "Dream Mine." Most of the information for this article was received from John Hyrum Koyle, the founder of the mine. Also included are notes on "Koyle Mining Co. Stock Holder's Meeting," and a "Statement" made by Carter E. Grant. This statement is letters written by Grant relating to the mine. These items relate some of the dreams and revelations by Koyle concerning the mine and future events.
Photocopy of a typewritten biography of Ambrose Sabin (1834-1908) by his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Sabin Gough. Ambrose was a Mormon pioneer to Utah. He spent most of his adult life in Salem, Utah. He was a farmer and the father of eleven children.
Series contains business records, schedules, letters and memorandums from 1907 to 1978 which outline activities of the Salem Irrigation and Canal Company and the Strawberry Water Project.
Series contains account books, stock certificates, letters, business records, receipts, and billing statements (invoices) from 1873 to 1978 outlining the financial reports for the Salem Irrigation and Canal Company in Salem, Utah.
Series contains the articles of incorporation, deeds, court and legal documents having to do with organization and policies of the Salem Irrigation and Canal Company in Salem, Utah between 1878 and 1957.
Series contains minutes from 1866 to 1979 detailing the activities of the Salem Irrigation and Canal Company in Salem, Utah.
Collection contains a variety of documents including business records, financial, and legal documents detailing the activities of the Salem Irrigation and Canal Company in Salem, Utah from 1866 to 1979.