Springville (Utah) -- History
Found in 33 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten diaries for the years 1895-1904, 1908-1909, 1914-1915, and 1919-1920. Anderson writes about his family life, his studio in Springville, Utah, and his travels throughout southern Utah with his tent gallery. Three of the items deal with his mission for the Mormon Church in England and describe Anderson's photographing of Mormon history landmarks in the Eastern United States.
Handwritten entries into a book of blank pages. The entries relate to the meetings of the "Black Hawk Committee" of Springville, Utah. The organization commemorated the Black Hawk War between the whites and Indians of Utah. Also included are financial records and a list of men from Springville who participated in the war.
Photocopy of a typescript autobiography of Dell Delos Boyer. Boyer talks of his early years on his father's farm in Springville, Utah, his callings in the Mormon Church, his education, and his marriage.
DVD about the founding of Brookside subdivision in Springville, Utah, and the residents who live there. Dated 2014.
Photocopy of a typewritten biography of Abraham Day, III (1817-1900). Abraham Day was born in Vermont, joned the Mormon Church, moved to Montrose, Iowa near Nauvoo, Illinois, served in the Mormon Battalion 1846-1847, migrated to Utah, took a second wife, and lived in Springville and Mt. Pleasant, Utah, and served in the Black Hawk War. The date of the composition of this item is uncertain.
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. Eggertsen writes about her early life in Denmark and about her migration to Utah. She describes Pleasant Grove, Provo, and Springville, Utah. Also included is a brief biography of her great grandfather.
Photocopy of a typewritten autobiography. Evans was born and raised in Springville, Utah. He went to the Utah Agricultural College and taught school in Utah and Wyoming. He moved to California where he worked as a salesman and as a businessman. He gives many details relating to his early life and to his business activities.