Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include correspondence, documents, and photographs belonging to various members of the Caine-Mitchell family. The correspondence is mostly between Caine and his wife, Margaret Ann Mitchell. There are also letters written by Mitchell's father, Frederick A. Mitchell, and Caine's brother John T. Caine Jr. Most of the letters discuss personal matters and family business, including the local silk industry. Dated 1873-1903.
Contains typescripts, articles, notes, pamphlets, and correspondence gathered by Kane on the history of the Kane family. Materials date from between 1851 and 1982.
Contains materials documenting the life and Kane family history research conducted by E. Kent Kane. Includes materials on Kane's personal relationship with Mormon leaders, research files, and related items. Items date from between 1830 and 1982.
Contains correspondence, pamphlets, notes, and other materials by Kane. Includes information on his political service and his historical research on the Mormons and Kane family. Materials date from between 1936 and 1978.
Contains correspondence, biographical sketches, notes, and other materials gathered by Kane related to his research on Elisha Kent Kane (1820-1857). Materials date from between 1858 and 1973.
Contains letters and an article gathered by Kane relating to Francis Fisher Kane (1866-1955). Materials date from between 1920 and 1955.
Contains correspondence, articles, notes, clippings, and other research materials gathered by Kane in the course of his family history research. Includes information on various family members, their activities, and accomplishments. Materials date from between 1830 and 1982.
Contains correspondence, biographical sketches, clippings, and notes gathered by Kane on the life of Thomas L. Kane (1822-1883). Materials date from between 1846 and 1977.
Contains letters, notes, pamphlets, clippings, and other materials by Kane. Materials document his activities, including his work at the hospital and his family relationships. Materials date from between 1869 and 1929.
Contains four papers related to the life and activities of Kane. These include an unsent letter written by Elisha expressing his affection for one "Florence," a typed statement expressing his resolution not to court Zella Hays for three months in an effort to overcome his feelings for her, and noting his mother's disdain for those feelings, and two papers concerning camping. Materials date between 1891 and 1936.