Women authors -- Biography
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Contains materials from Exponent II, including minutes, photographs, scrapbooks, and articles. Materials were produced during the meetings, retreats and parties, and publications of the members of Exponent II in the greater Boston and New England area. Dated 1974 to 2001.
Collection contains the journals and personal histories of Austin George and Mildred Tobler Hunt. Also included are poems, stories, photographs, and letters written between Austin and Mildred Hunt. All materials were collected by Andrew and Charlene Hunt. Dated from 1930 to 2015.
Autobiography of Nancy Naomi Tracy (1816-1902), typed and edited by her great-grandson William C. Anderson. Describes her life, from her birth on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario in New York. She married Moses Tracy and both were early converts to the Mormon Church. They were acquainted with the prophet Joseph Smith; served a mission in New York; lived in Kirtland, Missouri, and Nauvoo; and later made the trek to Salt Lake, eventually settling in Ogden, Utah.
Contains papers relating to the Joseph and Vesta Smith family. Includes correspondence, photographs, news clippings, genealogical materials, church publications, scrapbooks, diaries, cards, recipes, calendars, an autobiography, and other materials. The materials document Smith's family life, service in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, travels, and education.