Register of the Anna Seaman Collection (Ms.35)

This collection contains biographies, histories, printed materials, photographs, maps, and other miscellaneous materials collected by or written by Mrs. Seaman on communities in her native southern Utah. Some items are individual, but many were also kept in scrapbooks which are included in the collection. Many photographs of Orderville, Kane County, Utah, are rare and may be one of a kind. Wherever possible, these were scanned and are available online. However, some may be viewed only in the Sherratt Library Special Collections.

 

I. Documents
A. Biographies
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 Biography of Sarah Jane Carroll Heaton, written by her grand-daughter, Annie Porter Seaman.
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2 Biography of Alvin Franklin Heaton (1860-1910) compiled by Annie Porter Seaman in 1953.
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3 Biography of Charles Negus Carroll written by Amy Carroll Stark.
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1 (4)Container number 4 Biography of Howard Orson Spencer (1838-1918) written by Hattie Esplin for the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, June 1925.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 "Silver in Sand" by Gwen H. Sherratt. Extracts from the autobiography of Clarissa Amy Hoyt Heaton.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2 Autobiography of Clarissa Wilhelm, born February 26, 1820 at Perrsburg, New York, died February 17, 1901 at Orderville, Utah. Buried in Orderville.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3 Biography of Harriett Amanda Hoyt Bowers, written by her daughter, Harriett B. Sorenson.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (4)Container number 4 "A Successful Trip." Story written by Alvin Porter and compiled by his daughter, Anna Porter Seaman.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (5)Container number 5 "As Told by my Uncle, Isaiah Bowers in 1920." Written to Amy P. Hansen and Nellie E. Workman. Author unknown.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (6)Container number 6 Biography of Charles Negus Carroll and Lucy Elizabeth and Kezia. Written January 24, 1976 by Paul Wayne Carroll with material written by Blanche Carroll Dethlefson and added to by Paul Wayne Carroll from family documents.
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2 (7)Container number 7 "The Section" by Amy Carroll Stark. Donated to the Iron County Historical Society collection by Anna Porter Seaman, October 28, 1969.
B. Histories and Essays on Orderville
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 "To Commemorate the Orderville United Order (1875-1985)- One Hundredth Anniversary" by Anna P. Seaman. (Three copies.)
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 "Orderville, Utah: A Pioneer Mormon Experiment in Economic Organization" by Leonard J. Arrington, Associate Professor of Economics, U.S.A.C.
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2 Letter from Emma Carroll Higbee to Mr. J. Cecil Alter dated October 26, 1939 concerning the arrangement of a manuscript written by Emma Higbee. (Two copies)
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3 Young Woman's Journal, October 1918. "The Story of Jacob's New Trousers" by Venice Hopkins. (Two copies)
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 Letter from Anna P. Seaman to Edward Leo Lyman concerning a piece of writing by Anna Seaman and F. L. Porter's United Order Records.
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 "Be Ye One: Commitment in the Orderville United Order" by Edward Leo Lyman and related correspondence to Anna P. Seaman. (Two copies.)
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3 Letter to Anna Seaman and Norine from Lalovi W. Harris concerning their grandfather's writing and its location.
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (4)Container number 4 Personal letter to Anna Seaman dated Jan. 23. The letter is signed "Norene."
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (5)Container number 5 Typed notes from a talk titled "Experiences of the Saints on the Sailing Vessels."
C. History of Mormons in Nevada
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1 Article from the June 1950 Relief Society Magazine called "Mission to Moapa- Part of the Mormon Epic" by Caroline Eyring Miner.
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6 (2)Container number 2 "Mormons in Nevada- Mission to the Muddy, 1864-1871" by Leonard J. Arrington from the Las Vegas SUN Magazine, Sunday, August 5, 1979, page 9.
II. Magazine and Newspaper Articles
A. Magazine Articles
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1 "United Orders" by William R. Palmer from The Improvement Era Magazine, December 1942 (Part 1).
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2 "United Orders in Utah" by William R. Palmer from The Improvement Era Magazine, January 1943 (Part 2).
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3 "United Orders in Utah" by William R. Palmer from The Improvement Era Magazine, February 1943 (Part 3).
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4 "April 6, 1853: A Mid-Atlantic Celebration" by William Mulder from The Improvement Era, Date unknown.
B. Newspaper Articles
1. Pipe Spring Newspaper Articles and Information
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1 "Pipe Spring, Arizona, and Thereabouts" by Robert W. Olsen, Jr. Reprinted from The Journal of Arizona History, Spring 1965.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2 "Winsor Castle: Mormon Frontier Fort at Pipe Spring" by Robert W. Olsen, Jr.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3 Pipe Spring National Monument Pamphlet printed by The United States Department of the Interior, 1954.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4 Pipe Spring National Monument Pamphlet printed by The Untied States Department of the Interior, 1966.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5 Picture of Pipe Spring from The Relief Society Magazine, July 1958.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (1)Container number 1 Picture of Pipe Spring taken about 1893, from the New-Advertizer, April 21, 1966.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (2)Container number 2 "Pipe Spring Fort a Tribute to Pioneers" by Nelle S. Allen from Deseret News, May 22, 1978.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (3)Container number 3 "Pipe Springs Monument to Observe Anniversary" from Deseret News and Telegram, Tuesday, May 29, 1956.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (4)Container number 4 "Cheese and Butter Go to Temple Workers." Article about bicentennial celebration of the National Park Service and commemoration of Pipe Spring. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (5)Container number 5 "Take a Step Into the Past" from Color County Spectrum, June 12, 1975. Tourist article about Pipe Spring Monument.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (6)Container number 6 "Old Time Dance at Pipe Springs" from Iron County Record, September 2, 1976.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (7)Container number 7 "Arizona's Winsor Castle" by Willard Luce from the Deseret News, April 27, 1952.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (8)Container number 8 "Cattle Return to Historic Pipe Spring Monument" from the Deseret News, May 26, 1969.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (9)Container number 9 Photo of Pipe Spring from the Tri-State News Advertiser, March 9, 1966.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (10)Container number 10 "A Small Park- But Big Treat" by Hack Miller, Deseret News Sports Editor. Date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (11)Container number 11 "Modern Teamsters Follow Ruts of Old Honeymoon Trail" by Marie-Claude Wrenn from Church News, October 20, 1979.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9 (12)Container number 12 "Pipe Spring- A National Monument" by Dorothy O. Rea, from the Church News, May 17, 1958.
2. Orderville Newspaper Articles
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (1)Container number 1 "Orderville Plans Fete- Church-Founded Town Nears 79th Birthday" from Deseret News and Telegram, March 4, 1953.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (2)Container number 2 "Church Plan Gave Name To Orderville" by Reed L. Madsen, from the Deseret News, August 13, 1956.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (3)Container number 3 "This Was a Barnyard Basketball- Tie Up to Tree, Get in the Game!" by Hack Miller, from the Deseret News and Telegram, March 28, 1964.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (4)Container number 4 "Orderville Residents Using New Post Office" from Southern Utah News, December 21, 1972.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (5)Container number 5 "So. Utah Town Celebrates 100th Anniversary" by Bill Heaton. Date and Newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (6)Container number 6 "The Story of the Game!" by Hack Miller. Date and Newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (7)Container number 7 "Commemorative Dinner Opens Centennial" from the Color County Spectrum, March 13, 1975.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (8)Container number 8 "Cooperation, Brotherhood Typified United Order" by Lucy Parr from the Church Section of the Deseret News, June 28, 1975.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (9)Container number 9 "Orderville DUP Building Yields Much of Interest" by Jane Bryner from The Southern Utah News, September 25, 1975.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (10)Container number 10 Photo of the Orderville Ward Chapel, September 27, 1959. Newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (11)Container number 11 "Orderville Bank Becomes Reality" from the Deseret News, November 14, 1975.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (12)Container number 12 "Orderville Duplicates the Past" by Bill Heaton, from the Deseret News, October 29, 1976.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (13)Container number 13 "United Order as Seen by an Eight-Year-Old" by Jody Jensen, from the Deseret News, July 23, 1977.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (14)Container number 14 "Six South Utah Sister, 68 to 85 Hold Reunion" from the Deseret News, October 22, 1951.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10 (15)Container number 15 Flier about an open house held for Henry C. Esplin and Lucy Chamberlain (married October 11, 1899) for their Golden Wedding Observance open house in Cedar City, Utah, on October 9, 1949.
3. Kane County Newspaper Articles
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (1)Container number 1 "Kane Chapel Acquired by Church" by Norman R. Bowen from the Church Section of the Deseret News, October 17, 1970.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (2)Container number 2 "Kane Chapel: Addresses, Recitals to Highlight Opening" from the Church Section of the Deseret News, May 29, 1971.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (3)Container number 3 "Kane Chapel and 'The Immortal Friend of Utah, Its People'" from the Church Section of the Deseret News, October 17, 1970.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (4)Container number 4 "This Week in Church History: Kanab Ward Formed at Cost of Lives" from the Church Section of the Deseret News, April 23, 1966.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (5)Container number 5 "A Hundred Years and More in Southern Utah: A Proud Heritage of Pioneering and Achievement." Date and newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (6)Container number 6 "Pioneers Travel Anew Down Honeymoon Trail." From the Southern Utah News, September 25, 1975.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (7)Container number 7 "Holocaust Threatens Fort: Divine Aid Gives Settlers New Hold on Kanab Creek." From the church section of the Deseret News, May 14, 1960.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (8)Container number 8 "Pictured Story of Trip Made 61 Years Ago- and Now." Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (9)Container number 9 "Only an Occasional Ghost Falling." From the Deseret News, January 16, 1970.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (10)Container number 10 "Powell Faced Perils of Unknown." Deseret News, May 17, 1969.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (11)Container number 11 "Russ Frazier: Utah's River Pioneer" by W. L. Rusho. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (12)Container number 12 "History Once Made on Smokey Mountain Grade." December 10, 1970, newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (13)Container number 13 "History of Glen Canyon: Center of an Historical Panorama." by C. Gregory Crampton. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (14)Container number 14 "Letters to the Editor: Keep Our Heritage" by Lynn L. Bateman, M.D. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (15)Container number 15 "From South Africa 94 Years Ago- Sarah Butler Three Months on Sailboat" from the Church sections of the Deseret News, date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11 (16)Container number 16 "Prophet's Last Prophecy Harbinger of Tabernacle Choir" by Wendell J. Ashton, June 24, 1944. Newspaper unknown.
4. Glen Canyon Dam Newspaper Articles
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (1)Container number 1 "Master Plan for Dam Recreation Areas." Deseret News, August 6, 1957.
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (2)Container number 2 "Master Plan- Studies Started on Glen Lake Recreation Use" by Nelson Wadsworth. Deseret News, August 6, 1957.
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (3)Container number 3 "Dreams Coming True in Blazing Southwest Dessert Area." The Salt Lake Tribune, May 27, 1956.
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (4)Container number 4 "A pre-bid look at site and construction problems of Glen Canyon Dam" By L. N. McClellan from Western Construction, February, 1957.
B1Box number 1 F12Folder number 12 (5)Container number 5 Pamphlet put out by the Bureau of Reclamation taking about the proposed Glen Canyon Dam, called "Glen Canyon Dam- Colorado River Storage Project."
5. "Hole-in-the-Rock" Newspaper Articles
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (1)Container number 1 "100th Anniversary of Trek: San Juan Celebration to Spotlight Hole-in-the-Rock's Anniversary. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F13Folder number 13 (2)Container number 2 "100th Anniversary of Trek: Hole-in-the-Rock Spotlighted" by John A. Forster. Deseret News, January 30, 1979.
6. Boy Scout Newspaper Articles
B1Box number 1 F14Folder number 14 (1)Container number 1 "Near Glen Canyon Damsite: Scouts Spend Six Days on Old 'Escalante Trail'" by Nelson Wadsworth. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F14Folder number 14 (2)Container number 2 "Fredonia Scouts Seek 'Historic Trails' Award for Lee's Ferry" from the Southern Utah News, January 25, 1973.
B1Box number 1 F14Folder number 14 (3)Container number 3 "The George Albert Smith Arch- Scouts to Place Plaque at Newly-discovered Bridge." From the church section of the Deseret News, March 16, 1957.
B1Box number 1 F14Folder number 14 (4)Container number 4 "Ed Lamb Honored on 95th Birthday." 1975, newspaper unknown..
7. Southern Utah Tourism Newspaper Articles and Wilderness Information
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (1)Container number 1 "Canaan Mountains Primitive Area Reviewed by BLM" from the Color County Spectrum, July 19, 1973.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (2)Container number 2 "Neglected Scenery: Sand Dunes in Kane Proposed for Park." Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (3)Container number 3 "Public Hearing Seeks Feelings on Canaan Mountain Wilderness Area." From the Southern Utah News, May 3, 1973.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (4)Container number 4 "Kiabab Village New Look, New Life." From the Deseret News, March 16, 1973.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (5)Container number 5 Picture of "Hole-in-the-Rock" taken from the Deseret News, April 1, 1977.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (5)Container number 5 Picture of the statue of Thomas L. Kane in the Utah State Capital Rotunda.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (6)Container number 6 Photo of the production of a movie made in Kane County called "The Devil and Miss Sarah."
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (7)Container number 7 Photograph of "Hole-in-the-Rock" by Sullivan C. Richardson.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (8)Container number 8 Photos of film production in Southern Utah from the Deseret News, May 21, 1950.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (9)Container number 9 Painting of Glen Canyon called "Boating on the Colorado" by Lynn Fausett taken from the Salt Lake Tribune, December 30, 1956.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (10)Container number 10 Photo showing the filling of Lake Powell. Date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (11)Container number 11 Photo of Cascade Falls near Cedar City by Jeff Ray. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (12)Container number 12 "Marina School Visited." May 1, 1980, newspaper unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (13)Container number 13 "Give Kane County School an A-Plus- They're your schools" by Lavor K. Chaffin. Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (14)Container number 14 "A Modern Day Cattle Drive" by Joan A. Kalpakoff from the Deseret News, December 1978.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (15)Container number 15 "First Pioneers, Then Movie Set" by Kris Radish from the Deseret News, May 19, 1980.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (16)Container number 16 "Paces to Visit in Utah- Paria: Unique, Beautiful." Newspaper and date unknown.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (17)Container number 17 "Large Paintings Making Big Comeback" by Clint Barber from the Deseret News, September 26, 1970.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (18)Container number 18 Tourist Pamphlet of Kane County distributed by the Greater Kane County Area Chamber of Commerce.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (19)Container number 19 Tourist Pamphlet of Paria Canyon Primitive Area, distributed by the Bureau of Land Management.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (20)Container number 20 Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Lesson for October 1969 on John Wesley Powell, compiled by Kate B. Carter.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (21)Container number 21 Excerpts from "Utah- American Guide Series" compiled by Workers of the Writer's program of the Works Projects Administration for the Sate of Utah.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (22)Container number 22 "Throughout Utah's No-Man's-Land" by Arthur L. Crawford, Taken from Travel Magazine for February 1945.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (23)Container number 23 Handwritten notes of the Geographic and Historical features along the Colorado River.
B1Box number 1 F15Folder number 15 (24)Container number 24 Typed notes about the town of Johnson, by Paria Creek, and Parunuweap River.
III. Photographs and Maps
A. Photographs
1. Pipe Spring Photographs
B1Box number 1 F16Folder number 16 (1)Container number 1 Pipe Spring. Date unknown. (One glass negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F16Folder number 16 (2)Container number 2 Print of Pipe Spring "from Dad's old glass negative." (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F16Folder number 16 (3)Container number 3 Pipe Spring, Arizona, about 1955. Same as following photo. (1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F16Folder number 16 (4)Container number 4 Pipe Spring, Arizona, about 1955. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F16Folder number 16 (5)Container number 5 Pipe Spring, Arizona. Date unknown. (1 photographic print) View Image
2. Orderville Photographs
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of a group in by the Orderville Chapel. "Picture taken before my day. Not my father's camera. Brethren: Left: Thomas Chamberlain, a General Authority, I think." (2 photographic prints)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (2)Container number 2 Photograph of a group of women outside of the Orderville Chapel. Caption on the back of a print reads "Dear Maria...In this picture, you are the baby in the very middle. Your mother, grandmother, and great-grand mother are in the picture. With Love, Anna" (3 photographic prints)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (3)Container number 3 Photograph of the Orderville Sunday School taken at the northwest corner of the Orderville chapel, about 1908. (1 photographic print)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (4)Container number 4 Copy of early day picture of O.U.O. members taken in the home of Alvin and Martha Heaton Porter in the early 1900's. These two sisters were on the 1900 Celebration committee in Orderville. Left, Sarah Jane Carroll Heaton, right Mary Heaton Porter. They are the parents of Francis Alvin Porter and Martha Heaton Porter who married in the St. George temple in 1900. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (5)Container number 5 Photograph of the Fourth or Twenty-forth of July in Orderville, looking southeast. The building was called the "Social Hall". It shows the north side of the building. Later an addition was put on the west side for theatrical stage and dressing rooms. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (6)Container number 6 Photograph of Hidden Lake and the old woolen mill. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (7)Container number 7 Photograph of the old woolen mill. (1 photographic print)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (8)Container number 8 Photograph of the Orderville Meeting House. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (9)Container number 9 Photograph of the old woolen factory six miles north of Orderville taken about 1933. Given to Anna Seaman by Gwen Sherratt. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (10)Container number 10 Photograph of the early "Co-op" with Arthur Cox, "Charlie" Carroll, Edward Carroll, Alvin Franklin Heaton, and "Old Spot." (1 photographic print)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (11)Container number 11 Photograph of Goold's or Gould's shearing corral, used in the days of the Order. It was located on the bluff up on the bench east of Hurricane. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (12)Container number 12 Photograph taken by Francis Alvin Porter of a picture of Navajo Lake painted by Loran Covington, an early painter of Hurricane, which hung over the east outside entrance door of the Social Hall. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (13)Container number 13 Photograph of picture of Navajo Lake painted by Loren Covington. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (14)Container number 14 Scene of Orderville, taken from up on White Mountain east of Orderville. Francis Alvin Porter took this picture, about 1910 or before. (1 photographic print)  View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (15)Container number 15 Photograph of Orderville taken by Anna Seaman's father. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (16)Container number 16 Photograph of Orderville taken by Reo Heaton, 1950. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (17)Container number 17 Photograph of a painting of Orderville during the time of the United Order by Elbert Porter. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (18)Container number 18 Photograph of a painting of the United Order by Elbert Porter. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (19)Container number 19 Photograph of "The Red and White Stores" and "Quicklunch" in Orderville, about 1936-37. (1 photographic print)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (20)Container number 20 Photograph of the play "Jephthah's Daughter" presented in Orderville on May 1, 1930. From left to right: Josie Adair Johnson, Geneva Esplin Chamberlain, Hannah Heaton Glover, Ella Esplin Pendleton, Mame Robertson Pryor, Chloe Heaton Leavitt, Sarah Bowers Robison, Inez Heaton Hoyt, Annie Chamberlain Esplin, Till Lamb Blackburn, Harriet Bowers Sorenson, Edith Hoyt Henrie, Gertrude Porter Wilson, Pearl Robertson Hurd, and Lorene Heaton Chamberlain. The married names are included, although all of the women in this photograph were single at the time it was taken. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (21)Container number 21 Photograph of Anna Seaman's grandmother, Sarah Jane Carroll Heaton, standing by the north window of her home. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (22)Container number 22 Photograph of Sarah Jane Carroll Heaton's home which Francis Lysander Porter helped build. The scene looking southwest shows the spire of the early Orderville meeting house. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (23)Container number 23 Photograph of Francis Lysander Porter, Orderville clerk, born July 4, 1854 in Mill Creek,Utah, and died April 1, 1915 in Kingston, Utah. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (24)Container number 24 Photograph taken on the occasion of Lucy Elizabeth Heaton's death in Orderville, Utah. Lucy died in Moccasin, Arizona on July 20, 1937. All of her brothers and sisters are in this photograph. A prior picture of Lucy was inserted into the center of the photograph by the photographer. A date sheet of the Birth, marriage, and death dates of all the brothers and sisters is included with the photograph. Front row, left to right: Sarah Jane Carroll, George Franklin Carroll, Kezia Ann Carroll, Charles William Carroll. Back row, left to right: Mary Lovina Carroll, Emma Isabel Carroll, Edward Carroll, Eleanor Carroll, Lucy Elizabeth Carroll, Julia May Carroll, Frederick Giles Carroll, Amy Carroll, Amelia Carroll. Irene Carroll in not in the picture. (1 photographic print)(1 negative) View Image
B1Box number 1 F17Folder number 17 (25)Container number 25 Photograph of Anna Seaman taken by the Grand Canyon, November 10, 1984. (1 photographic print) View Image
3. Southern Utah Photographs
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of Fred Heaton's Sunday School class on a trip to "The Barracks." Fred Heaton is in front. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (2)Container number 2 Copy of a photograph of Navajo Lake belonging to F. W. Seaman. (1 photographic print) View Image
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (3)Container number 3 Postcards of Orderville, Utah, as it appeared about 1880. (6 postcards)
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (4)Container number 4 Postcards of Mount Carmel, Utah. (2 postcards)
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (5)Container number 5 Postcard of "The White Ledges." (1 postcard)
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (6)Container number 6 Postcard of Pink Sand Dunes in Southern Utah. (1 postcard)
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (7)Container number 7 Photograph taken from a magazine of Strawberry Point, Virgin river.
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (8)Container number 8 Photograph taken from a magazine of Duck Creek Ranger Station.
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (9)Container number 9 Photograph taken from a magazine of the Dike across Navajo Lake.
B1Box number 1 F18Folder number 18 (10)Container number 10 Photograph taken from a magazine of Fishing at Navajo Lake.
B. Maps
1. Orderville and Glendale Maps
B1Box number 1 F19Folder number 19 (1)Container number 1 Old map of Long Valley, Glendale.
B1Box number 1 F19Folder number 19 (2)Container number 2 Francis Lysander Porter Account Book.
B1Box number 1 F19Folder number 19 (3)Container number 3 Map of the set-up of Orderville during the United Order.
B1Box number 1 F19Folder number 19 (4)Container number 4 Souvenir Map of The Color Country Scenic and Historical Guide including Information of Interest about tourist sites.
IV. Scrapbooks
A. Orderville Scrapbook
1. Front Cover
B2Box number 2 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 Front photograph of Orderville. (1 photographic print) View Image
2. Page 1
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of Orderville Ward Chapel, 1975. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2 Orderville Centennial Dinner Invitation, March 22, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3 Newspaper Article, "Orderville Centennial Dinner Set Saturday," March, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (4)Container number 4 "Work assignments" for Orderville, United Order, 1875.
3. Pages 2-3
B2Box number 2 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 Minutes for the Orderville Ward Banquet and Program, March 22, 1975, and Sacrament Meeting, March 23, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2 Newspaper Article from the Southern Utah News, March 20, 1975: "Current Events from Orderville."
B2Box number 2 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3 Orderville Centennial Song, "What Makes a Home Town"
4. Pages 4-5
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 "Commemorative Dinner Opens Centennial" from the Southern Utah News, Thursday March 13, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2 Article "Tour Unfolds Escalante Area Beauty" from the Deseret News, September 2, 1950.
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3 Article "So. Utah Town Celebrates 110th Anniversary" by Bill Heaton, from the Color County Spectrum, January 30, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (4)Container number 4 Excerpt from the Encyclopedic History of the Church by Andrew Jenson about the Muddy Mission. (Pages 554-555.)
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (5)Container number 5 Article "To Escape Burdensome Taxes: Displaced Mormon Colony Seeks Haven in Long Valley." from the Church section of the Deseret News, May 7, 1960.
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4 (6)Container number 6 Map of Scenic Attractions in and near Long Valley.
5. Page 6
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 General information about Garfield and Kane County.
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 Photograph of Glendale, Utah, nicknamed "Coal Town." (1 photographic print)
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3 Article "Kane County Town Site of Early Day Experiment." Date and Newspaper unknown.
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (4)Container number 4 Excerpt about Orderville from the Color County Scenic and Historical Guide.
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (5)Container number 5 Excerpt from the Encyclopedic History of the Church, by Andrew Jenson about Glendale Ward, Kanab Stake. (Page 286.)
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5 (6)Container number 6 Postcard of Orderville.
6. Page 7
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1 "Be Ye One: Commitment in the Orderville Untied Order" by Edward Leo Lyman.
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (2)Container number 2 Article "Orderville: Utopia's Ghost" by Nell Murbarger, from the Salt Lake Tribune, March 29, 1953.
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (3)Container number 3 Copy of article "Utopia's Ghost" by Nell Murbarger, from the Salt Lake Tribune, March 23, 1953.
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (4)Container number 4 "Forms and Methods of Early Mormon Settlement in Utah and the Surrounding Region" by Joel Edward Ricks.
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (6)Container number 6 "History of the Beginning of Orderville, Utah" by LeGrande C. Heaton.
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6 (7)Container number 7 Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, Lesson for February, 1972: The United Order. Compiled by Kate B. Carter.
7. Pages 8-9
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1 Excerpt from "Desert Saints, A Secular History of the Utah Mormon" by Nels Anderson.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2 Excerpt from "The Story of the Latter-Day Saints" by James B. Allen and Glen M. Leonard.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3 "Orderville," from Southern Utah's Land of Color.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4 Excerpt from the Encyclopedic History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, by Andrew Jenson about Orderville Ward, Kanab Stake.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (5)Container number 5 Photograph of a painting of Old Orderville. (1 photographic print)
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (6)Container number 6 "Orderville, Utah: A Pioneer Mormon Experiment in Economic Organization" by Leonard J. Arrington.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (7)Container number 7 Utah Historical Quarterly, October 1939: The Orderville United Order of Zion.
8. Pages 10-11
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1 Article "United Order Pictured: Muralist Gives Huge Painting To Orderville Ward." Date and Newspaper unknown.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2 Postcard of bedroom at Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3 Postcard of fort at Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4 Postcard of the kitchen at Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5 Postcard of Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (6)Container number 6 Photograph of Pipe Spring. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (7)Container number 7 Postcard of fort at Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (8)Container number 8 Postcard of Pipe Spring Fort. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (9)Container number 9 Postcard of Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (10)Container number 10 Old photograph of Pipe Spring, Arizona. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (11)Container number 11 Photograph of 25th Anniversary of the United Order. (1 photographic print)
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (12)Container number 12 Photograph of two members of the General Committee: Jane C. Heaton and Marie H. Porter. (1 photographic print) View Image
9. Pages 12-13
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (1)Container number 1 Orderville Centennial "I Was There" Certificate awarded to George H. Black.
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (2)Container number 2 Photograph of an Orderville Chapel. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (3)Container number 3 Article"Reunion at Orderville" from the Deseret News, July 21, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (4)Container number 4 Photograph of Orderville, Utah. (1 photographic print)
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (5)Container number 5 Photograph of Orderville, looking a little north of east. Taken summer, 1974. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9 (6)Container number 6 Sheet music "Dear Hearts and Gentle People" by Bob Hilliard and Sammy Fain.
10. Pages 14-15
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of the Early Sawmill in Upper Long Valley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (2)Container number 2 Photograph of Pipe Spring. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (3)Container number 3 Photograph of "The Barracks." (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (4)Container number 4 Orderville United Order Centennial Booklet.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (5)Container number 5 Article "Cooperation, Brotherhood Typified United Order" by Lucy Parr, from the Deseret News Church Section, June 28, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (6)Container number 6 Article "Cooperation Bred Success in New Order" from the Deseret News, June 28, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (7)Container number 7 Minutes of Centennial Program, July 24, 1975. 11:00a.m.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (8)Container number 8 Centennial Program, July 24, 1975, 11:00a.m.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (9)Container number 9 Article "It's an Orderly Affair" from the Deseret News, July 26, 1975.
11. Pages 16-17
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of the Orderville Ward Meeting House. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11 (2)Container number 2 "Bishops of the Orderville Ward, 1875-1975, and "Gleanings" by Lucy H. Esplin.
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11 (3)Container number 3 "To Commemorate The Orderville United Order" by Anna P. Seaman.
12. Pages 18-19
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (1)Container number 1 Program for "The Land of Our Destiny, written and directed by Arvilla Heaton and Lorene Lamb.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (2)Container number 2 Program for "Land of Our Destiny -- Portrayal of the United Order" performed at the United Order Memorial Park, July 24, 25, 26, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (3)Container number 3 Program for the Pioneer Days Festival in Orderville, Utah.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (4)Container number 4 Program for "Land of Our Destiny -- Portrayal of the United Order" performed in the Orderville Ward Cultural Hall, July 22, and 24, 1967.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (5)Container number 5 Words to Orderville Centennial Song, "What Makes a Home Town" by Lorene C. Lamb.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (6)Container number 6 Photograph of Cistern Ledge, shop, and corn patch.(1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (7)Container number 7 Photograph of "The big ditch looking southeast near where [Anna Seaman] was baptized. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (8)Container number 8 Account of the pageant "Land of Our Destiny" written by Anna Porter Seaman, 1976.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (9)Container number 9 Article "24th of July Celebration Features 'This is Our Destiny' in Historic Town" from the Color County Spectrum, July 31, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12 (10)Container number 10 "Orderville Remembered," a Centennial Literary Booklet.
13. Pages 20-21
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (1)Container number 1 Table of contents of "History of Kane County."
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (2)Container number 2 Description of the "General History of Orderville" written by Orderville Historian, Lysander Porter.
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (3)Container number 3 Copied chapter from a book called "Arcadian Village..."
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (4)Container number 4 Excerpts from "Silver in Sand" by Gwen Heaton Sherratt, as told by Clarissa Amy Hoyt Heaton about her recollections in later life.
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (5)Container number 5 Article "History of United Order Documented by Local Resident" by LeGrande C. Heaton from the Southern Utah News, July 20, 1972.
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (6)Container number 6 Parts I, II, and III of "United Orders" by William R. Palmer from the Improvement Era, 1942-1943.
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (7)Container number 7 Excerpt from a magazine called "Sketches of Orderville".
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (8)Container number 8 Table of contents and information about the book "Not of the World: A Living Account of the United Order" by Lucy Parr.
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13 (9)Container number 9 Photograph of five generations in Orderville: Mary Allen Cox, Rulon Esplin, Lucy Diantha Morley Allen, Philena Cox Esplin, and Henry Cox Esplin. (1 photographic print) View Image
14. Pages 22-23
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (1)Container number 1 Tourist pamphlet of Lake Powell
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (2)Container number 2 Tourist pamphlet of Glen Canyon Dam and National Recreation Area.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (3)Container number 3 Photograph of the 1975 Thomas Chamberlain Family Reunion. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (4)Container number 4 Copy of the Heaton Reunion Bulletin.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (5)Container number 5 Record of the Heaton Family Reunion Boat Trip on Lake Powell, July 23, 1975 and minutes of the Heaton Family Reunion Meeting, July 25, 1976.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (6)Container number 6 Account of the Heaton Reunion picnic, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (7)Container number 7 Account of the Mads and Kirsten Larsen Sorenson Family Reunion, July 26, 1976, reported by Violate Sorenson Esplin.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (8)Container number 8 Minutes of the John and Margaret Webster Esplin Family Reunion held July 26, 1975. Reported by Violate Sorenson Esplin.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (9)Container number 9 Thomas Chamberlain Family Reunion Schedule, 1975.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14 (10)Container number 10 Article "Dam Up Gully: Beaver Make Dream Reality" by Earl B. Spendlove from the Deseret News, May 4, 1952.
15. Pages 24-25
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (1)Container number 1 Comments by Leonard J. Arrington about the musical play "The Order is Love" by Carol Lynn Pearson with music by Lex de Azevedo.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (2)Container number 2 Program for the musical play "The Order is Love" by Carol Lynn Pearson with music by Lex de Azevedo.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (3)Container number 3 Notes on the Orderville United Order from "Heart Throbs of the West, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, V1" and "A Comprehensive History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, V.5" by B. H. Roberts.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (4)Container number 4 Autobiography of Clarissa Wilhem.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (5)Container number 5 "Erastus Snow, The Life of a Missionary and Pioneer for the Early Mormon Church" by Andrew Karl Larson.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (6)Container number 6 Biography of Martha Jane Carling Webb Porter from "Isaac V. Carling Family History" Volume II.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (7)Container number 7 Excerpts from the "Orderville United Order History."
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (8)Container number 8 Excerpts from the Journal of Francis Lysander Porter, copied by his grand-daughter, Lalovi Workman Harris.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (9)Container number 9 "A Sunday School Talk" given by Martha Heaton Porter.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (10)Container number 10 Article "Error Noted in Press Dispatch Is Corrected" by Elder Joseph Fielding Smith of The Council of the Twelve. Article states that the Orderville United Order was not a form of communism.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (11)Container number 11 Article "Competition: In Search of the Good Life Without the Inevitable Struggle" by Brian Best from the BYU Alumni Paper, August, 1974.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (12)Container number 12 A Physical and Historical Description of the Manti Temple from the book "Temples of the Most High" by N. B. Lundwall.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (13)Container number 13 A Physical and historical description of the St. George Temple from the Millennial Star, Liverpool, England, May 22, 1876.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (14)Container number 14 Pamphlet on the St. George Temple prepared by the St. George Temple Information Bureau.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (15)Container number 15 Article "Y. Displays Early Mormon Pictures" from the Deseret News, March 17, 1976.
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (16)Container number 16 Postcard of the Manti Temple. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (17)Container number 17 Postcard of the Manti Temple. (1 postcard)
B2Box number 2 F15Folder number 15 (18)Container number 18 Postcard of the St. George Temple. (1 postcard)
16. Pages 26-27
B2Box number 2 F16Folder number 16 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of the Factory Lake and Old Woolen Mill Building. (1 photographic print) View Image
B2Box number 2 F16Folder number 16 (2)Container number 2 Inscription on the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Marker in Orderville, erected 1963.
B2Box number 2 F16Folder number 16 (3)Container number 3 Fictional story called "The Story of Jacob's New Trousers" by Venice Hopkins from the Young Woman's Journal, October, 1918.
B2Box number 2 F16Folder number 16 (4)Container number 4 "Orderville United Order Folklore" by Annie Porter Seaman, 1977.
17. Page 28
B2Box number 2 F17Folder number 17 (1)Container number 1 Summary and table of contents of the book "Building the City of God: Community and Cooperation Among the Mormons" by Leonard J. Arrington, Feramorz Fox, and Dean L. May.
B2Box number 2 F17Folder number 17 (2)Container number 2 "Explanations of My B.Y.U. English Theme and Arrington's Chapter 12" by Annie Porter Seaman, 1977.
B2Box number 2 B17Box number 17 (3)Container number 3 College English Paper "Communistic Experiments in Utah" by Annie Porter, February 27, 1925.
B. Kane County Scrapbook: newspaper articles, pictures, photographs, maps, and typed histories of Kane county.
1. Photographs
B3Box number 3 (1)Container number 1 Photograph of a farm scene between Orderville and Mount Carmel, Utah. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (2)Container number 2 Photograph of a woman sitting on the bank of Navajo Lake. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (3)Container number 3 Photograph of a grove of trees by Navajo Lake. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (4)Container number 4 Photograph of the"Mormon Dance Hall." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (5)Container number 5 Photograph taken near Kanab, Utah. (1 photographic print)  View Image
B3Box number 3 (6)Container number 6 Photograph of a man, a little girl, and a baby swimming in "Three Lakes." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (7)Container number 7 Photograph of the sunset on Navajo Lake. (1 photographic print)  View Image
B3Box number 3 (8)Container number 8 Photograph of two cars and a log cabin by a lake labeled "In the old days." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (9)Container number 9 Photograph of Mount Carmel, Utah. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (10)Container number 10 Photograph of Zion Mount Carmel Highway, Utah. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (11)Container number 11 Photograph of Mount Carmel Highway, Zion National Park, Utah. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (12)Container number 12 Photograph of Patch Quilt Mesa, Zion National Park. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (13)Container number 13 Photograph of children playing at "Slick Hollow." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (14)Container number 14 Photograph looking south, showing the central part of Orderville. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (15)Container number 15 Photograph of a house by "Cistern Ledge." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (16)Container number 16 Photograph of "Red Hollow." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (17)Container number 17 Photograph of water and rock at Cascade Falls. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (18)Container number 18 Photograph of Cascade Falls. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (19)Container number 19 Photographs of trees and the canyon walls at Cascade Falls. (1 photographic print)  View Image
B3Box number 3 (20)Container number 20 Photograph of trees at Cascade Falls. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (21)Container number 21 Picture of a man looking through a telescope down at old Orderville, labeled "As it was." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (22)Container number 22 Photograph of the Long Valley, showing Orderville, Red Hollow, and Elk Hearte. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (23)Container number 23 Photograph labeled "Our Pond." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (24)Container number 24 Photograph of Hidden Lake. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (25)Container number 25 Photograph of "Sugar Knoll." (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (26)Container number 26 Photograph of Orderville. (1 photographic print) View Image
B3Box number 3 (27)Container number 27 Photograph of the "Quick Lunch" at Orderville. (1 photographic print) View Image
C. Sailing Ships Scrapbook: newspaper and magazine clippings, pictures, typed quotes, and maps about Sailing Ships.
D. Crest and Symbols Scrapbook: newspaper and magazine clippings, stickers, stamps and ads of family, organization, and country crests and symbols.
V. Miscellaneous
A. Information about Sailing Ships transporting LDS immigrants
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 Information about Sailing ships transporting LDS immigrants from Europe to America during 1940-1969.
B4Box number 4 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 Information about Sailing Ships transporting LDS immigrants including: names of ship, date and location of departure of departure, location of arrival, and number of passengers, and other information.
B. Bird Watching Notes
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 Book of bird watching notes by Anna Seaman from 1955-1956.
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2 Second book of bird watching notes from 1957-1977.
B4Box number 4 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 Booklet called "Birds of Zion, Bryce and Cedar Breaks" with notes of bird sightings written in it by Anna Seaman from 1954-1971.
C. Other
B4Box number 4 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 Photocopy of the original General History of Orderville, hand-written by Francis Lysander Porter.
B4Box number 4 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1 Plaque presented to Anna Seaman during the Iron Mission Days, November 11, 1982, for years of dedicated historical research.