Widtsoe family

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Anna K.G. Widtsoe and her sister, Petroline Gaarden, were converted to the Church in Norway and emigrated to Utah in 1883, bringing with them Anna's two sons, John A. and Osborne. The family resided in Logan, Utah, until 1898, when Anna and Petroline moved to Salt Lake City, where they spent the balance of their lives, except for the time they served in the Scandinavian Mission. Anna Widtsoe was a longtime member of the Utah Women's Press Club and wrote and published both poetry and prose.

From the guide to the MS 5417 Widtsoe family papers 1824-1953 (bulk 1891-1933) (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Church History Library)

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creatorOf MS 5417, Widtsoe family. Widtsoe family papers 1824-1953 (bulk 1891-1933) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Church History Library
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associatedWith British Mission corporateBody
associatedWith Durham, Leah Eudora Widtsoe 1912-1995 person
associatedWith European Mission corporateBody
associatedWith Gaarden, Petroline Jorgine Pedersen 1853-1929 person
associatedWith Gates, Susa Amelia Young 1856-1933 person
associatedWith Scandinavian Mission corporateBody
associatedWith Wallace, Anna Gaarden Widtsoe 1899-1990 person
associatedWith Widtsoe, Anna Karine Pedersen Gaarden 1849-1919 person
associatedWith Widtsoe, John Andreas 1872-1952 person
associatedWith Widtsoe, Karl Marselius 1902-1927 person
associatedWith Widtsoe, Leah Eudora Dunford 1874-1965 person
associatedWith Widtsoe, Osborne John Peter 1877-1920 person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Utah
Subject
Rural families
Home economics
Mormon women
Occupation
Sister missionaries
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Family

Active 1824

Active 1953

Norwegian

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