Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Ellen Crismon to Seraph Young from Ogden, Utah, dated May 14,
____ (ca. 1900). Letter discusses local travels of Ellen and requests a favor from Seraph to help
post a letter for an “Eva” who has used the name of “May.” Photocopy of letter is included.
The Don Emerson Collection was donated by Don in 2016. This collection contains two series; this first contains information and photographs pertaining to his service during World War II in Africa and Italy, including artifacts. This includes his Purple Heart, dog tags and a German Iron Cross. The miscellaneous series contains information and photograms from his childhood in Iowa.
Christmas card from Utah U.S. House of Representatives member, Douglas R.
Stringfellow and his family, 1953. Stringfellow was a Republican, elected in 1952 and eventually
exposed for fraud because of falsifying much of his World War II military experiences. Card
shows cartoon-like characters of Stringfellow and his family.
This collection contains business records between Eccles Lumber Co. and Becker Brewery from 1900-1914. This collection was purchased in 2006.
This collection contains personal letters and photos of Edmond Arthur Littlefield principally from his service in the American Field Service during World War I. Other items include pre and post WWI letters and photos. The collection was donated by Denise Sobel, his granddaughter. The collection is principally divided into two main parts, correspondence and photographs. Sub groups and chronology follows.
Letter from Eliza P. Clark to her cousin Emily of Farmington, Utah. Concerns Eliza’s brother, Orson of Bighorn, Wyoming. Dated January 15, 1925.
This collection contains two greeting cards which were printed in the early 1900s. Donated by
Elizabeth Shafter, 1979.
Three letters from Emma Stander of Bear River City, Utah, to her sister Anna in
Ogden, Utah, and her brother, Isaac. Letters are dated July 25, 1892, November 11, 1896, and
one is undated, Letters are reports of events in Bear River City and family matters.
Letter from “Eunice” to “Thelia”, Ogden, Utah dated July 19, 1891. Letter is
filled with news about children and other homey matters. There is some suggestion that Thelia
may be a sister, since Eunice requests that Thelia tell “mother” that one of Eunice’s babies has