Pleasant Grove (Utah) -- History
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Niels Fugal autobiography
Photocopy of a handwritten autobiography. Fugal writes about his family background, his work as a blacksmith, his Mormon-Church related activities, and many developments in Pleasant Grove.
Biography of Mary Ann Brown Clark
Typewritten biography of Mary Ann Brown Clark (1859-1962). Mrs. Dixon writes about Mary Clark, who died at the age of 103 and was thought to have been the oldest woman in Utah at that time. Mrs. Dixon relates the experiences of Mary Clark while she was living in Pleasant Grove, Panguitch, St. George, and Provo, Utah.
Christian A. Fugal autobiography
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. Fugal was born and lived most of his life in Pleasant Grove, Utah. He was employed as a farmer and as a blacksmith. He held positions in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served as a missionary for that faith in Denmark.
Farnsworth family genealogies
Handwritten genealogies of the Farnsworth family. Also included is an attendance record for school children in Pleasant Grove, Utah, a diary of a trip to Saint George, Utah, in 1879 to visit the Mormon temple there, and a statement by Laura Farnswoth Liston Smith that she joined the "United Order of Zion" on 27 April 1877. It is uncertain if Smith is the author of all of the materials in the collection.
Rose B. Hayes papers
Certificates, newspaper clippings, letters, and scrapbooks on 1 reel of microfilm. The materials relate to Hayes' activities in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
Arthur Fowlke Marrott (1858-1901) and Selena Martha Stradling Marrott (1859-1945) – Pioneers of Orem, Utah, and St. Johns, Arizona
Kanute Swensen diaries
Handwritten diaries with bound photostat copies of the items. The first two volumes, covering the years 1857 to 1868, are in Danish, while the remainder are in English. Also included is a typewritten translation into English of the diaries for the years 1857 and 1858 when Swensen was serving a mission for the Mormon Church in Denmark. Swensen writes about his immigration to Utah and his life in Pleasant Grove.
Russel B. Swensen papers
Diaries, correspondence, articles, family histories, and miscellaneous items. The materials deal largely with Swensen's early life in Pleasant Grove, Utah, his mission to Germany and Switzerland, and his early educational experiences.
The history of the bank of Pleasant Grove and Deseret Bank, 1911-1990, 1990
Contains a published copy of The History of the Bank of Pleasant Grove and Deseret Bank, 1911-1990. The Bank of Pleasant Grove was located in Pleasant Grove, Utah. The book describes the start of the bank, important events in its history, troubles that it had, and its eventual incorporation into the Deseret Bank located in Utah County, Utah. The book also gives the history of many of the bank presidents and executives.
Annie Swensen Walker diaries
Eleven handwritten diaries. Walker writes about her experiences living in Lindon, Pleasant Grove, and Salt Lake City, Utah. She also relates her experiences while attending Brigham Young Academy and her various church-related activities. Many entries are lengthy and detailed. There are many gaps.