Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928

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George Edward Anderson (1860-1928) was a talented portrait photographer that documented life in Utah Valley.

From the description of Apostles and temples from 1835 to 1886, 1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 459822030

Utah photographer.

From the description of Diaries, 1895-1920. (Utah Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 84639868

Photographer from Springville, Utah.

From the guide to the MS 1771 George E. Anderson papers 1900-1930 (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Church History Library)

George E. Anderson learned the art of photography as a teenager while working as an apprentice to Charles R. Savage in Salt Lake City. At the age of 17 Anderson and his brothers started their own studio in Salt Lake City. Later Anderson moved to Springville, Utah where he set up a studio and lived out the rest of his life. He established a satellite studio in Manti, Utah, and also had a traveling tent studio which he took to most of the towns in central, southern and eastern Utah. His photographs were mostly portraits but are unique in that he often posed his subjects to depict their day-to-day life.

From the description of George Edward Anderson photograph collection, 1877-1927. (Brigham Young University). WorldCat record id: 51605291

Photographer living in Springville, Utah.

From the description of George Edward Anderson diaries, 1895-1928. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367555045

From the guide to the George Edward Anderson diaries, 1895-1928, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

George Edward Anderson, Ed as he was called, was born 28 October 1860 in Salt Lake City and apprenticed early in his teenage years to renowned photographer, Charles R. Savage. As early as 1877, Anderson established his own studio in Salt Lake City, with his brothers, Stanley and Adam. He subsequently established a studio in Manti, Utah, in 1886 and in the fall of 1888 he moved to Springville, Utah, with his bride, Olive Lowry, where he began to operate a more permanent studio. He is perhaps best known for his traveling tent studios, where he would set up a temporary studio in small towns throughout central, eastern, and southern Utah and record the lives of the inhabitants. Known primarily as a portrait photographer, he is also known among many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) for his 1907 photographs of church history sites, which he photographed for an entire year while traveling across the country to begin his mission for the LDS Church in England. George Edward Anderson died on 9 May 1928 in Springville, Utah, in relative obscurity and only recently has his contribution to the recording of his times been re-discovered.

From the description of Photographs of Provo Center Street, circa 1890. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367906043

Neil Gardner and Archibald Gardner were early converts to the LDS Church and were part of the 1847 pioneer company that went to Utah. Regina Evensen Gardner was the wife of Neil Gardner, daughter of Serene Evensen and Henrik Evensen, and was among the first four LDS converts in Norway.

From the description of Photographs of the Gardner Family, circa 1880-1890. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367900049

George E. Anderson learned the art of photography as a teenager while working as an apprentice to Charles R. Savage in Salt Lake City. At the age of seventeen Anderson and his brothers started their own studio in Salt Lake City. Later Anderson moved to Springville, Utah, where he set up a studio and lived out the rest of his life. He established a satellite studio in Manti, Utah, and also had a traveling tent studio which he took to most of the towns in central, southern and eastern Utah. His photographs were mostly portraits but are unique in that he often posed his subjects to depict their day-to-day life.

From the description of George E. Anderson photographs, 1900-1928. (Brigham Young University). WorldCat record id: 76950270

George Edward Anderson (1860-1928) was a Mormon photographer.

George Edward Anderson (Ed, as he was called) was born October 28, 1860 in Salt Lake City to George A. Anderson and Mary Ann Thorn, and was the oldest of nine children. He was apprenticed as a teenager under the renowned photographer, Charles R. Savage. It was at Savage's Temple Bazaar that he became friends with fellow apprentices John Hafen and John F. Bennett. Hafen was later to become an accomplished artist and Bennett was to become instrumental in preserving Anderson’s collection of glass plate negatives.

At the age of seventeen, Anderson established his own photography studio in Salt Lake City with his brothers, Stanley and Adam. He subsequently established a studio in Manti, Utah in 1886. In the fall of 1888 he moved his studio to Springville, Utah, with his bride, Olive Lowry. He is perhaps best known for his traveling tent studio, set up in small towns throughout central, eastern, and southern Utah, where he captured the lives of the residents. These studios thrived throughout the years 1884-1907.

Although today we might think of Ed Anderson as a portrait photographer, his clear and artistic studio portraits are complemented by thousands of documentary portraits taken near homes, barns, and businesses. They document not only families but also small town Utah history. He documented, among other things, railroad history, mining history including the Scofield mine disaster, and the building of temples by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Pure landscape photographs were never his interest, but to many Church members, his 1907-1908 photographs of Church history sites are their only acquaintance with Anderson’s photography. He photographed these sites while traveling across the country to begin his LDS Church mission in England from 1909-1911. The Deseret Sunday School Union of the Church published some of the views, as Anderson called them, in a booklet entitled The Birth of Mormonism in Picture.

Upon the completion of his mission, Anderson returned to South Royalton, Vermont, and set up a photography studio near the birthplace of the prophet Joseph Smith. He added a number of Church history site photographs, as well as portraits of Church members and local residents to his growing collection. Finally, in November 1913 he returned to his family and home in Springville, Utah.

After a seven year absence his photographic business was unhealthy and his family life was strained. But business and money were never the motivating forces of Ed Anderson's life-art and religion were his driving forces. Continuing to experience financial and marital strains, Anderson tried to revive his traveling tent studio but was met with little success. He was, however, able to earn some money from the sale of The Birth of Mormonism booklet.

The later years of Ed Anderson's life were spent in documenting families and life in Utah Valley and traveling to newly constructed temples. In 1923, he traveled to Cardston, Alberta, Canada with Church authorities for the dedication of that city's temple. He was to spend two years in Canada, thus returning to Springville in 1925. Though ill in the fall of 1927 and despite his wife's urging not to go, Anderson went once again with Church officials to document the dedication of another temple, this time in Mesa, Arizona. It was to be his last trip. He died of heart failure on May 9, 1928 after being brought home to Springville.

Essentially unsung as a photographer during his lifetime, only in the last thirty years has Anderson been recognized for the consummate photographic artist that he was. Primarily, the work of Rell G. Francis along with the work of Nelson Wadsworth and Richard Holzapfel, has brought Anderson's exquisite work to the attention of this generation.

Charles Reynolds, picture editor of the magazine Popular Photography, commented at a Brigham Young University photo seminar on December 11, 1973 about his introduction to Anderson's photographs. After attending an exhibition at the Springville Museum of Art, arranged by Rell Francis, he had this to say: "I go to shows several times a week in New York City ... and I have rarely seen anything as impressive as those photographs. ... it is awfully hard to astonish me. ... the George Anderson pictures that I saw today weren't sensationalized pictures in any way. They were very sweet, beautiful, lovely pictures ... "

From the guide to the George Edward Anderson photographs of the Alberta Temple, circa 1923-1924, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

George Edward Anderson (1860-1928) was a talented portrait photographer that documented life in Utah Valley.

George Edward Anderson was born 28 October 1860 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Mary Ann Thorn Anderson and George A. Anderson. He was married 30 May 1888 to Olive Lowry.

Anderson apprenticed to renowned photographer, Charles Roscoe Savage and at seventeen (about 1877) he established his photography studio in Salt Lake City with his brothers, Stanley and Adam. In 1886 he established a studio in Manti, Utah and moved his studio to Springville, Utah with his wife, Olive Lowry in 1888.

Although known as a portrait photographer, he took documentary portraits taken near homes, barns, and businesses these became documentation of those early places. These photos document families, small town Utah history, railroad history, mining history (including the Scofield mine disaster), and the building of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temples.

The later years of Anderson’s life were spent in documenting families and life in Utah Valley and traveling to newly constructed temples. He died of heart failure on May 9, 1928 after being brought home to Springville from a photographing trip to Arizona.

From the guide to the Apostles and temples from 1835 to 1886, 1886, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

George Edward Anderson (1860-1928) was a Mormon photographer.

George Edward Anderson (Ed, as he was called) was born October 28, 1860 in Salt Lake City to George A. Anderson and Mary Ann Thorn, and was the oldest of nine children. He was apprenticed as a teenager under the renowned photographer, Charles R. Savage. It was at Savage's Temple Bazaar that he became friends with fellow apprentices John Hafen and John F. Bennett. Hafen was later to become an accomplished artist and Bennett was to become instrumental in preserving Anderson's collection of glass plate negatives.

At the age of seventeen, Anderson established his own photography studio in Salt Lake City with his brothers, Stanley and Adam. He subsequently established a studio in Manti, Utah in 1886. In the fall of 1888 he moved his studio to Springville, Utah, with his bride, Olive Lowry. He is perhaps best known for his traveling tent studio, set up in small towns throughout central, eastern, and southern Utah, where he captured the lives of the residents. These studios thrived throughout the years 1884-1907.

Although today we might think of Ed Anderson as a portrait photographer, his clear and artistic studio portraits are complemented by thousands of documentary portraits taken near homes, barns, and businesses. They document not only families but also small town Utah history. He documented, among other things, railroad history, mining history including the Scofield mine disaster, and the building of temples by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Pure landscape photographs were never his interest, but to many Church members, his 1907-1908 photographs of Church history sites are their only acquaintance with Anderson's photography. He photographed these sites while traveling across the country to begin his LDS Church mission in England from 1909-1911. The Deseret Sunday School Union of the Church published some of the views, as Anderson called them, in a booklet entitled The Birth of Mormonism in Picture.

Upon the completion of his mission, Anderson returned to South Royalton, Vermont, and set up a photography studio near the birthplace of the prophet Joseph Smith. He added a number of Church history site photographs, as well as portraits of Church members and local residents to his growing collection. Finally, in November 1913 he returned to his family and home in Springville, Utah.

After a seven year absence his photographic business was unhealthy and his family life was strained. But business and money were never the motivating forces of Ed Anderson's life-art and religion were his driving forces. Continuing to experience financial and marital strains, Anderson tried to revive his traveling tent studio but was met with little success. He was, however, able to earn some money from the sale of The Birth of Mormonism booklet.

The later years of Ed Anderson's life were spent in documenting families and life in Utah Valley and traveling to newly constructed temples. In 1923, he traveled to Cardston, Alberta, Canada with Church authorities for the dedication of that city's temple. He was to spend two years in Canada, thus returning to Springville in 1925. Though ill in the fall of 1927 and despite his wife's urging not to go, Anderson went once again with Church officials to document the dedication of another temple, this time in Mesa, Arizona. It was to be his last trip. He died of heart failure on May 9, 1928 after being brought home to Springville.

Essentially unsung as a photographer during his lifetime, only in the last thirty years has Anderson been recognized for the consummate photographic artist that he was. Primarily, the work of Rell G. Francis along with the work of Nelson Wadsworth and Richard Holzapfel, has brought Anderson's exquisite work to the attention of this generation.

Charles Reynolds, picture editor of the magazine Popular Photography, commented at a Brigham Young University photo seminar on December 11, 1973 about his introduction to Anderson's photographs. After attending an exhibition at the Springville Museum of Art, arranged by Rell Francis, he had this to say: "I go to shows several times a week in New York City ... and I have rarely seen anything as impressive as those photographs. ... it is awfully hard to astonish me. ... the George Anderson pictures that I saw today weren't sensationalized pictures in any way. They were very sweet, beautiful, lovely pictures ... "

From the guide to the George Edward Anderson photographs of Icelanders, approximately 1890-1910, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

James L. Ozment (1935-2009) was a historian and amature photographer for the Rio Grande Rail company in Golden, Co.

George Edward Anderson (1860-1928) was a Mormon photographer.

George Edward Anderson (Ed, as he was called) was born October 28, 1860 in Salt Lake City to George A. Anderson and Mary Ann Thorn, and was the oldest of nine children. He was apprenticed as a teenager under the renowned photographer, Charles R. Savage. It was at Savage's Temple Bazaar that he became friends with fellow apprentices John Hafen and John F. Bennett. Hafen was later to become an accomplished artist and Bennett was to become instrumental in preserving Anderson's collection of glass plate negatives.

At the age of seventeen, Anderson established his own photography studio in Salt Lake City with his brothers, Stanley and Adam. He subsequently established a studio in Manti, Utah in 1886. In the fall of 1888 he moved his studio to Springville, Utah, with his bride, Olive Lowry. He is perhaps best known for his traveling tent studio, set up in small towns throughout central, eastern, and southern Utah, where he captured the lives of the residents. These studios thrived throughout the years 1884-1907.

Although today we might think of Ed Anderson as a portrait photographer, his clear and artistic studio portraits are complemented by thousands of documentary portraits taken near homes, barns, and businesses. They document not only families but also small town Utah history. He documented, among other things, railroad history, mining history including the Scofield mine disaster, and the building of temples by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Pure landscape photographs were never his interest, but to many Church members, his 1907-1908 photographs of Church history sites are their only acquaintance with Anderson's photography. He photographed these sites while traveling across the country to begin his LDS Church mission in England from 1909-1911. The Deseret Sunday School Union of the Church published some of the views, as Anderson called them, in a booklet entitled The Birth of Mormonism in Picture.

Upon the completion of his mission, Anderson returned to South Royalton, Vermont, and set up a photography studio near the birthplace of the prophet Joseph Smith. He added a number of Church history site photographs, as well as portraits of Church members and local residents to his growing collection. Finally, in November 1913 he returned to his family and home in Springville, Utah.

After a seven year absence his photographic business was unhealthy and his family life was strained. But business and money were never the motivating forces of Ed Anderson's life-art and religion were his driving forces. Continuing to experience financial and marital strains, Anderson tried to revive his traveling tent studio but was met with little success. He was, however, able to earn some money from the sale of The Birth of Mormonism booklet.

The later years of Ed Anderson's life were spent in documenting families and life in Utah Valley and traveling to newly constructed temples. In 1923, he traveled to Cardston, Alberta, Canada with Church authorities for the dedication of that city's temple. He was to spend two years in Canada, thus returning to Springville in 1925. Though ill in the fall of 1927 and despite his wife's urging not to go, Anderson went once again with Church officials to document the dedication of another temple, this time in Mesa, Arizona. It was to be his last trip. He died of heart failure on May 9, 1928 after being brought home to Springville.

Essentially unsung as a photographer during his lifetime, only in the last thirty years has Anderson been recognized for the consummate photographic artist that he was. Primarily, the work of Rell G. Francis along with the work of Nelson Wadsworth and Richard Holzapfel, has brought Anderson's exquisite work to the attention of this generation.

Charles Reynolds, picture editor of the magazine Popular Photography, commented at a Brigham Young University photo seminar on December 11, 1973 about his introduction to Anderson's photographs. After attending an exhibition at the Springville Museum of Art, arranged by Rell Francis, he had this to say: "I go to shows several times a week in New York City ... and I have rarely seen anything as impressive as those photographs. ... it is awfully hard to astonish me. ... the George Anderson pictures that I saw today weren't sensationalized pictures in any way. They were very sweet, beautiful, lovely pictures ... "

From the guide to the James L. Ozment collection of George Edward Anderson photographs, 1860-1928, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

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referencedIn Edwin Butterworth collection for the Brigham Young University centennial celebration, circa 1860-1975 L. Tom Perry Special CollectionsUniversity Archives
creatorOf PH 726, Anderson, George Edward 1860-1928. George Edward Anderson photograph collection circa 1880-1929 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf LR 9629 30, Utah Stake. Utah Stake stake presidents' records 1904-1919 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Apostles and temples from 1835 to 1886, 1886 L. Tom Perry Special Collections19th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts
creatorOf PH 4468, Carter, Charles William photographer 1832-1918. John Taylor portrait collection circa 1870-1887 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928,. George E. Anderson photographs, circa 1890s-1910s. Harold B. Lee Library
referencedIn George Edward Anderson photograph, 1910. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf George Edward Anderson photographs of Icelanders, approximately 1890-1910 L. Tom Perry Special CollectionsPhotograph Archives
referencedIn MS 15439, Summerhays, Caleb Ephraim 1871-1969. Caleb E. Summerhays journals 1907-1909 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Wadsworth, Nelson B., 1930-. Nelson B. Wadsworth collection of frontier photographs, circa 1870s-1910s. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Scofield Mine Disaster photograph collection, 1900 J. Willard Marriott Library, University of UtahPhotograph Archives
creatorOf PH 1710, Lund, August William 1886-1971. August Lund family and mission photographs circa 1890-1940 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. George Edward Anderson photograph collection, 1877-1927. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Photographs of the Gardner Family, circa 1880-1890. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Bullock, Murine Olson, 1897-1997. Pictures of my life, 1997. Harold B. Lee Library
referencedIn Anderson, Jedediah Stanley, 1866-1950,. J. Stanley Anderson photographs and postcards, circa 1880s-1940s. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf PH 5286, Savage, Charles Roscoe photographer 1832-1909. Rogers family photographs circa 1870-1920 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf PH 2010, Missionary Department (1953?- ). Lantern slides circa 1860s-early 1900s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928,. Jex family photographs, undated. Harold B. Lee Library
referencedIn Wells, Thomas R.,. Interview with Tom Wells, 2006 [sound recording]. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward. Anderson, George Edward : [photography bio file]. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library
creatorOf Edwards, Robert W. (Robert William), 1925-2002,. Robert W. Edwards collection of railroad materials, circa 1880-1920. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf PH 5269, Blair, George Washington Thatcher 1903-1990. George W. Thatcher Blair family photographs circa 1850-1910 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Diaries, 1895-1920. Utah Division of State History, Utah Historical Society
referencedIn Brigham Young University. Publications and Graphics. Photographs, ca. 1880-1987. Harold B. Lee Library
referencedIn Brigham Young University. Publications and Graphics. Photographs, ca. 1880-1987. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Photograph of the Thomas Potter family, ca. 1897. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Diaries, 1907-1911. Daughters of the Utah Pioneers
creatorOf Bennett, John F. (John Foster), 1865-1938. John F. Bennett photograph album of Church history, 1847-1930. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Apostles and temples from 1835 to 1886, 1886. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf PH 725, Anderson, George Edward 1860-1928. George Edward Anderson glass plate negative collection 1897-1927 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
referencedIn PH 7695, Parry, Bernard 1873-1940. European Mission photographs 1910-1912 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. Photographs of Provo Center Street, circa 1890. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf PH 679, Anderson, George Edward 1860-1928. Church history in photographs 1907 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf PH 8004, Smith, Bathsheba Wilson Bigler 1822-1910. Bathsheba W. Bigler Smith photograph collection circa 1865-1900 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf Harris, Franklin Stewart, 1884-1960. Exhibit prints. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928. George Edward Anderson diaries, 1895-1928. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf PH 6234, Savage, Charles Roscoe photographer 1832-1909. Church history lantern slide collection circa 1915 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf James L. Ozment collection of George Edward Anderson photographs, 1860-1928 L. Tom Perry Special CollectionsPhotograph Archives
creatorOf Anderson, George Edward, 1860-1928,. George E. Anderson photographs, 1900-1928. Harold B. Lee Library
creatorOf George Edward Anderson diaries, 1895-1928 L. Tom Perry Special Collections19th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts
creatorOf PH 3401, Taylor, Frances Barton 1895-1983. Frances B. Taylor photograph collection circa 1868-1975 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf George Edward Anderson photographs of the Alberta Temple, circa 1923-1924 L. Tom Perry Special CollectionsPhotograph Archives
creatorOf PH 1571, Sixth-Seventh Ward, Pioneer Stake. Relief Society jubilee box photographs circa 1892; 1942 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf PH 946, Critchlow, Florence Phebe Snow 1870-1964. Florence P. Snow Critchlow photographs circa 1870-1910 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf MS 1771, Anderson, George Edward 1860-1928. George E. Anderson papers 1900-1930 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
creatorOf PH 7968, Fluckiger, Marian Gardner 1901-1992. Marian G. Fluckiger photograph collection 1899-1930 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
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associatedWith Anderson, Jedediah Stanley, 1866-1950, person
associatedWith Bennett, John F. (John Foster), 1865-1938. person
associatedWith Blair, George Washington Thatcher 1903-1990 person
associatedWith Brigham Young University corporateBody
associatedWith Brigham Young University. Publications and Graphics. corporateBody
associatedWith British Mission corporateBody
associatedWith Bullock, Murine Olson, 1897-1997. person
associatedWith Butterworth, Edwin, 1912-2010 person
associatedWith Central States Mission corporateBody
associatedWith Childs, Polly Patten 1814-1897 person
associatedWith Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints corporateBody
associatedWith Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. London Conference. corporateBody
associatedWith Critchlow, Florence Phebe Snow 1870-1964 person
associatedWith Edwards, Robert W. (Robert William), 1925-2002, person
associatedWith Fluckiger, Marian Gardner 1901-1992 person
associatedWith Francis, Rell G., 1928- person
associatedWith Gardner family. family
associatedWith Grant, Heber J. (Heber Jeddy), 1856-1945 person
associatedWith Hale, Isaac 1763-1839 person
associatedWith Joseph Smith Memorial (Sharon, Vt.) corporateBody
associatedWith Kirtland Temple corporateBody
associatedWith Lund, August William 1886-1971 person
associatedWith Manti Temple (1888-1999) corporateBody
associatedWith Missionary Department (1953?- ) corporateBody
associatedWith Ozment, James L. person
associatedWith Parry, Bernard 1873-1940 person
associatedWith Pioneer Day corporateBody
associatedWith Potter, Thomas. person
associatedWith Rio Grande Western Railway Company corporateBody
associatedWith Salt Lake Temple corporateBody
associatedWith Sixth-Seventh Ward, Pioneer Stake corporateBody
associatedWith Smith, Bathsheba Wilson Bigler 1822-1910 person
associatedWith Smith, Emma Hale 1804-1879 person
associatedWith Smith, Joseph 1805-1844 person
associatedWith Smith, Joseph Fielding 1838-1918 person
associatedWith Sperry, Miles Harrison 1857-1947 person
associatedWith Summerhays, Caleb Ephraim 1871-1969 person
associatedWith Taylor, Frances Barton 1895-1983 person
associatedWith University of Utah corporateBody
associatedWith Utah Stake corporateBody
associatedWith Wadsworth, Nelson B., 1930- person
associatedWith Wells, Thomas R., person
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Utah
Provo (Utah)
Temple lot (Independence, Missouri)
Cardston (Alta.)
Utah
Utah
Hill Cumorah (N.Y.)
Hill Cumorah (N.Y.)
Sacred Grove (N.Y.)
Echo Canyon (Utah)
Utah Lake (Utah)
England
Scofield (Utah)
Scofield (Utah)
Salt Lake City (Utah)
Utah--Springville
Springville (Utah)
Utah
Utah
England
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Mormon families--Alberta--Cardston--Photographs
Photographers--Utah--Springville--History--Sources
Mormon Church--Missions--England--History--Sources
Historic sites
Indians of North America--Wars
Mormons--Alberta--Cardston--Photographs
Mormon pioneers--Photographs
Missionaries
Persons--Photographs
Mormon Church--Missions--1909-1911
Meeting houses
Photography
Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Icelandic Americans--Utah--Photographs
Religion
Mines and Mineral Resources
Springville (Utah)--History--Sources
Mormons--Photographs
Mormon temples--Alberta--Cardston--Photographs
Indians of North America--Photographs
Mormons--Utah--Photographs
Railroads--Colorado--Photographs
Railroads
Business, Industry, Labor, and Commerce
Railroads--Photographs
Railroads--Utah--Photographs
Bridges--Utah--Photographs
Parade floats
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Photographers--History--Sources
Material Types
Black Hawk War (Utah), 1865-1872
Bridges--Colorado--Photographs
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Photographers
Mine explosions--Utah--Scofield--Photographs
Mormon church--Missions--History--Sources
Church government
Images
Disasters
Parades
Mine accidents
Historic sites--New England
Missions and Missionaries
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