Frontier and pioneer life
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Contains personal correspondence, financial records, and contact information for people associated with Romer Grey. The materials include records of Romer, women with whom he was in relationships, and records of his professional activities, dating from approximately 1920 to 1976.
Contains photograph documenting Romer Grey's family and life, mostly after the death of his father in 1939. It contains photographs of Romer Grey from when he was a child, with his wife, Octave "Bea" Grey, and with his son, Romer Grey III. It also documents his role in the Flying Sphynx Ranch, Zane Grey Trails, and his relationship with Margaret A. Ingram dating from approximately 1915 to 1980.
Prepared typescript (plus photocopy) of a diary kept by Edward Ockey, Mormon pioneer, which tells of his conversion to the Latter-day Saint Church in England, his stay in Nauvoo, Illinois and his settlement in Nephi, Utah.
Contains letters, telegrams, contracts, and other materials related to the work of Stephen Slesinger Inc. in licensing and marketing Zane Grey's works, particularly for film and television adaptation dating from approximately 1930 to 1960.
Handwritten biographical sketch of Terry's life which describes Mormon difficulties in Missouri, campsites during the exodus west, pioneer life in southern Utah, and Terry's mission to Canada and northeastern U.S., 1887-1888. Also an account of Terry's activities in Echo Canyon during the Utah War, 1857. The journal was written in a watermaster's log which included previous entries.
The papers consist of background and biographical research, correspondence, financial and tax records, motion picture scripts and production records relating to the motion picture "Heartland." The 35mm and 16mm film materials are all part of the "Heartland" project.