Ranchers -- Utah
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of one book, titled "Amos Ralph Hunt : my father." The book was created by Rhoda E. Torsak as a book of remembrance for her father. The book is mainly narratives and photocopied documents from Amos Ralph Hunt's life, but also includes photographs, poems, and an obituary. The narratives describe Hunt's life in Southern Utah, including his experiences as a cattle rancher and working for the Southern Pacific Company railroad. The book was created circa 1980.
Contains journals and memories of William Riley Hurst, spanning from 1910, during his childhood, to his later life. The journals record Hurst's daily life in Blanding, Utah with his family and in his business. Also included are a few short stories and essays by Hurst, as well as a scrapbook belonging to Hurst's wife, Carol Bayles, from her time at Brigham Young University. Dated 1929 to 1995, with the bulk dated 1964 to 1995.