Register of the Gladys McConnell Collection (Ms.6)

Miss McConnell was the third generation of two pioneer families (McConnell and Wilkinson) to live in Iron County. Her writings leave a vivid picture of early times in Cedar City, especially activities of men and women of the first generation whom she interviewed. She was involved in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers which gave her the opportunity to write pioneer biographies and prepare numerous addresses, radio talks, and other programs. Her historical papers include correspondence, published materials, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and notes. Her manuscripts on "Dairying" are frequently consulted and quoted. Her collection includes papers written from the early 1900s until her death in 1964. The most unique item in the collection is Miss McConnell's book of formulas or recipes used in her profession as a pharmacist and drug store operator. It includes formulas for drugs, ointments, treatments and remedies, and also the recipes for the ice cream made to serve at the soda fountain.

 

I. Family Records
A. Genealogy
1. Genealogical Records
B1Box number 1 F1Folder number 1  Genealogical records of the McConnell and Wilkinson families, includes pedigree charts, family group records and personal history.
2. Correspondence
B1Box number 1 F2Folder number 2  Correspondence relating to genealogical research.
3. Biographies - Wilkinson
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 "The Wilkinsons and Their Name," Genealogical and Historical Sketch, compiled by the Media Research Bureau
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2  "Sketch of Charles Wilkinson"
B1Box number 1 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3  "Biographical Sketch of Joseph Thomas Wilkinson," compiled and written by his son Charles Stephen Wilkinson.
4. Biographies - McConnell
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 Personal History of Henry H. McConnell by Gladys McConnell, 5 pages.
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2 Personal History of Jehiel McConnell, 7 pages. (2 copies)
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3 "Sketch of Life of Jehiel McConnell," by Gladys McConnell, 15 pages. (5 copies)
B1Box number 1 F4Folder number 4 (4)Container number 4 Funeral Service. LaFayette McConnell, Feb. 19. 1941.
5. Biographies - Other
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 "Pioneer Perils" by Gladys McConnell, 4 pages. Recounts the tragic death of Mary Jane Farrer.
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 Personal History of Jeanette Clark, 2 pages.
6. Diaries
B11Box number 11 F1Folder number 1  Diary of Joseph T. Wilkinson, Vol. I, Dates from Jan. 1, 1879, to Aug. 3, 1881.
B11Box number 11 F2Folder number 2  Diary of Joseph T. Wilkinson,Vol II, Dates from Aug. 23, 1881 - March 26, 1917.
Sp Coll BX 8695.W54 D5 v.1Unit number p Coll BX 8695.W54 D5 v.1  Diary of Joseph T. Wilkinson, Vol.I. Dates from Jan. 1, 1879 to Aug. 3, 1881. (Copy)
Sp Coll BX 8695.W54 D5 v.2Unit number p Coll BX 8695.W54 D5 v.2  Diary of Joseph T. Wilkinson, Vol.II. Dates fromAug. 23, 1881 to March 26, 1917. (Copy)
B. Financial Papers
1. Coal and Iron Mining
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6  Financial, legal and other documents relating to various coal and iron mining projects of LaFayette McConnell and others including: Robert A. Kerker, I Austin Kelly and George W. Curtis, 1926-1931.
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7  Mining claims, maps and other documents.
2. Gold Hill Mine, Etna Gold Mines, Inc.
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8  1931-1938. Legal, financial and other documents relating to the mining operations of LaFayette McConnell, andWilliam H. Sawyer, Tillie B. Sawyer, J. T. Ferri and others.
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9  1938-1939. Legal, financial and other documents relating to the mining operations of LaFayette McConnell, and William H. Sawyer, Tillie B. Sawyer, Pietro Aria, Walker Bank & Trust Co., The Reconstruction Finance Corp. and others.
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10  1939-1941. Legal, financial and other documents relating to the mining operations of LaFayette McConnell, and William H. Sawyer, Tillie B. Sawyer,Pietro Aria, Walker Bank & Trust Co., The Reconstruction Finance Corp. and others.
B2Box number 2 F1Folder number 1  Bill of Complaint, Feb. 16, 1943, Reconstruction Finance Corp. vs LaFayette McConnell, and others. LaFayette McConnell, deceased, being represented by his daughter Gladys McConnell.
3. Oil
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 "Possible Oil in Southern Utah," from the U.S. Geological Survey, April 17, 1922.
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2  1927-1929 Reports, Leases and Agreements, Mesquite Dome, Utah and Arizona. Most papers pertain to Harry T. Lowrey, with others.
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3  1926-1932 Reports and Agreements, Cedar Beach Syndicate. Syndicate includes LaFayette McConnell, R.A. Arthur, P. N. Wilkinson and A. T. Jones. End of item includes "Sketch of Arthur G. Burritt.."
4. Other
B2Box number 2 F3Folder number 3  Documents relating to the estate of Sadie Buckwalter and the guardianship of her orphaned son Ralston Joseph Buckwalter undertaken by LaFayette McConnell until Ralston became of legal age in October of 1929 and Mr. McConnell was legally released of that obligation, Jan. 20, 1931.
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4  Estate Papers. Eliza McConnell administered by LaFayette McConnell.
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5  Receipts and promissory notes. Includes 1) receipt for membership in the Cedar City Cooperative Mercantile Association, April 3, 1869 and 2) receipt for 20 shares in the Iron Commercial & Savings Bank, March 21, 1917
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6  Real Estate Documents. 1875-1934.
C. Documents
1. Certificates
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1 Certificate of Citizenship. Joseph T. Wilkinson, September 14, 1877.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2 Marriage Certificate. LaFayette McConnell and Elizabeth Emily Wilkinson, December 22, 1891.
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3 Territory of Utah. Joseph T. Wilkinson, officially commissioned as Mayor of Cedar city, Iron County. December 11, 1893
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4 Territory of Utah. Joseph T. Wilkinson, officially commissioned as Prosecuting Attorney, Iron County. January 7, 1895
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7 (5)Container number 5 Application to the Society of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. Elizabeth Emily Wilkinson McConnell January 7, 1895
2. Correspondence
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1  To: [Joseph T. Wilkinson], From: [Elizabeth E. Wilkinson], June 25, 1871
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2 To: Joseph Wilkinson, From: Elizabeth E. Wilkinson, Feb. 4, 1872.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3 Copy of a letter from Jehiel McConnell written to four children of his first wife Nancy Barrett, dated Dec. 14, 1877.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4 To: [Joseph Wilkinson], From: Elizabeth E. Wilkinson, Leeds, July 12, 1878.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5 To: Joseph Wilkinson, From: Elizabeth E. Wilkinson, July 15, 1878.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (6)Container number 6 "The Mocking Bird," a song written for Miss E. Wilkinson, Cedar, by her cousin Harriet Wilkinson, Leeds, Sep. 8, 1889.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (7)Container number 7  To: Emily [Wilkinson], From: Aunt Ann Eliza, Manti, May 16, 1926
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (8)Container number 8  "Actions and Reactions to My San Juan, Montecello Trip, " [1936]
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (9)Container number 9  Note to Joseph Wilkinson from his children. (undated)
B2Box number 2 F9Folder number 9  Address book
3. Religious
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (1)Container number 1 Marriage Record. Charles Wilkinson and Sarah Hughes, June 1, 1846, St. James, Manchester Parish, Lancaster County.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (2)Container number 2 Declaration of intention to become a U.S. citizen. Charles Wilkinson, March 29, 1857
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (3)Container number 3 Member's Certificate, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Jane Bentham, Manchester Branch, Manchester Conference, March 15, 1857
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (4,5)Container number 4,5 Patriarchal Blessing. Charles Wilkinson,April 1, 1861 Dec. 6, 1870.
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (6)Container number 6 Missionary Certificate. Henry Harrison McConnell, April 9, 1883
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (7)Container number 7 Patriarchal Blessing. Emily W. McConnell, given Aug. 3 1870. This copy was made March 21, 1934
B2Box number 2 F10Folder number 10 (8)Container number 8 Taken from minutes of the Cedar City Ward, Sacrament Meeting, Feb. 14, 1861, Feb. 24, 1861 and March 24, 1861(2 copies)
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11 (1)Container number 1 "The Young Folks Advocate," vol. 1, no. 4, April 1, 1887.
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11 (2)Container number 2 "The Young Ladies Friend," vol. 1, no.1, April 21, 1888.
B2Box number 2 F12Folder number 12  Small red leather notebook.
D. Notes and Notebooks
B2Box number 2 F13Folder number 13  Genealogical notes on loose pages.
B2Box number 2 F14Folder number 14  3 genealogical notebooks, one is titled, "Bits From Grandma's Experiences."
E. Albums
B3Box number 3 F1Folder number 1  Small album containing calling cards. Belonged to Elizabeth Emily Wilkinson.
B3Box number 3 F2Folder number 2  Autograph album. Emily Wilkinson, 1887-1890
B3Box number 3 F3Folder number 3  Autograph album. LaFayette McConnell, 1890
B3Box number 3 F4Folder number 4  Autograph album. Emily Wilkinson, 1891
F. Photographs
1. Family Photo Album of Emily W. McConnell
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 LaFayette McConnell, Jr. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2 M.I.A.[Track] Meet, April 10, 1915.Height [of jump] 5 ft. 10 in. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3 Lafe. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (4)Container number 4 Bess Angell and sister, Leeds. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (5)Container number 5 Bess Angell Reese with infant. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (6)Container number 6 Joseph T. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (7)Container number 7 Charles Wilkinson and wife. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (8)Container number 8 Arminta McConnell Bulloch, wife of Rob Will Bulloch. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (9)Container number 9 Annie Webb and infant, wife and child of Joseph T. Wilkinson, Jr., of Cane Beds, Arizona. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (10)Container number 10 Joseph T. Wilkinson, Jr. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (11)Container number 11 Unidentified child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (12)Container number 12 Emily [infant]. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (13)Container number 13 Stephen Robert Wells (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (14)Container number 14 Wife of Charles Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (15)Container number 15 Unidentified woman. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (16)Container number 16 Unidentified child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (17)Container number 17 Will Sawyer, Sr. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (18)Container number 18 Unidentified woman and baby. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (19)Container number 19 Unidentified group of three children.(1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (20)Container number 20 Unidentified Woman. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (21)Container number 21 Flo Sawyer?, brother-in-law to Lafe McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (22)Container number 22 Sam Wells, (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (23)Container number 23 Jane Sarah Wells, Sam Wells' mother, and unidentified woman and child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (24)Container number 24 Emily (?) and three unknown girls. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (25)Container number 25 Two unidentified men. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (26)Container number 26 Unidentified boy.(1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (27)Container number 27 Jane McConnell and Clifton McConnell. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (28)Container number 28 Unidentified man and woman. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (29)Container number 29 Two unidentified boys. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (30)Container number 30 Four unidentified men. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (31)Container number 31 Charles S. Wilkinson and one unidentified man. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (32)Container number 32 Two unidentified twin girls. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (33)Container number 33 Two unidentified twin infants. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (34)Container number 34 Two unidentified women. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (35)Container number 35 Sam Wells. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (36)Container number 36 Ray Wilkinson and H.H. Wilkinson. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (37)Container number 37 Stephen and Percy. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (38)Container number 38 Sarah Ann (Sadie) Wilkinson Buckwalterhalf-sister of H. H. Wilkinson. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (39)Container number 39 Unidentified women. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (40)Container number 40 Two unidentified women. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (41)Container number 41 Proofs of two unidentified women. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (42)Container number 42 One unidentified child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (43)Container number 43 One unidentified child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (44)Container number 44 One unidentified child. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (45)Container number 45 Arminta McConnell Bulloch. (1 photographic print) View Image
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1 (46)Container number 46 Portrait ofArminta McConnell Bulloch. (1 painting) View Image
2. Photographs removed to other collection
BNS-FA-76Box number NS-FA-76  Dr. H. H. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IDA-PS-01Unit number DA-PS-01  Rexburg, Idaho, Millinery shop belonging to Sadie Wilkinson Buckwalter (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-08Unit number RO-BH-08  McConnell Ranch, Billy McConnell, Lafe McConnell & LaFayette McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-10Unit number RO-BH-10  McConnell Ranch in the meadow of Cedar Valley (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-06Unit number RO-PS-06  Two unidentified girls (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-07Unit number RO-PS-07  Two unidentified boys (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-08Unit number RO-PS-08  Mother holding child (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-16Unit number RO-PS-16  Jewel Wilkinson, mother of Lex Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-17Unit number RO-PS-17  Lex Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-18Unit number RO-PS-18  Louella Naomi Fawcett Wilkinson with Oral Wilkinson and Harold Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-19Unit number RO-PS-19  Ralph Wilkinson and Charles Wilkinson, sons of Charlie Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-21Unit number RO-PS-21  Rulon Wilkinson and Vera Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-73Unit number RO-PS-73  Aunt Emily-Taken in May 1924 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-74Unit number RO-PS-74  Aunt Emily-Taken in May 1924 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-75Unit number RO-PS-75  Relvon Age 6 months. Taken September 7, 1924. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-76Unit number RO-PS-76  Taken in Sept. 7, 1924-just a week before Arvel took sick (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-93Unit number RO-PS-93  Charlie's children, Vera oldest (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-94Unit number RO-PS-94  Mary, Charlie's oldest child (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-95Unit number RO-PS-95  Mary, Charlie's oldest child (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-106Unit number RO-PS-106  Group of students--(Myron Higbee is 3rd on front row, Gladys McConnell is 3rd on row 2 and Ruby Leigh is on row 4) (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-140Unit number RO-PS-140  John Bladen, Lafe McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-141Unit number RO-PS-141  Gladys McConnell and friend (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-142Unit number RO-PS-142  Flo Sawyer. (1 photographic print)  View Image
IRO-PS-143Unit number RO-PS-143  Frank T. McConnell and Rachel (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-144Unit number RO-PS-144  Claud McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-145Unit number RO-PS-145  Lafe McConnell's father, Henry Harrison McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-146Unit number RO-PS-146  Lafe McConnell's mother, Elizabeth Williams McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-147Unit number RO-PS-147  Gladys McConnell and LaFayette McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-148Unit number RO-PS-148  Grandma McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-149Unit number RO-PS-149  Group of people on steps. People pictured include Charles Wilkinson and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. LaFayette McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-150Unit number RO-PS-150  Elizabeth Emily Wells (Wilkinson) (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-151Unit number RO-PS-151  Charles Wilkinson, Jr. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-152Unit number RO-PS-152  Gerald Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-153Unit number RO-PS-153  Wilkinson's children: Oral Wilkinson, Gerald Wilkinson, and Harold Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-154Unit number RO-PS-154  Jane Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-155Unit number RO-PS-155  Berilla Wilkinson, Ralph Wilkinson, and Charles Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-156Unit number RO-PS-156  Group of swimmers includes Sadie Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-157Unit number RO-PS-157  Percy Wilkinson's wife, Jewel Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-158Unit number RO-PS-158  S. R. Wilkinson and Wells (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-159Unit number RO-PS-159  Stephen R. Wilkinson and Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-160Unit number RO-PS-160  Stephen R. Wilkinson and Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-161Unit number RO-PS-161  S. R. Wilkinson's son Willard Wilkinson, 14 mo. old (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-162Unit number RO-PS-162  Sibyl Wilkinson, S. R. Wilkinson's oldest daughter, 4 years old (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-163Unit number RO-PS-163  Josie T. Wilkinson, Jr. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-164Unit number RO-PS-164  Annie Wilkinson, Luzene Wilkinson, Emily Wilkinson, Merle Wilkinson--Josie Wilkinson and Joseph Wilkinson's daughters (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-165Unit number RO-PS-165  Berilla Alexander Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-166Unit number RO-PS-166  Joseph T. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-167Unit number RO-PS-167  Jane Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-168Unit number RO-PS-168  Veda Bringhurst Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-169Unit number RO-PS-169  Joseph Thomas Wilkinson and his wife, Annie Jarvis Webb (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-170Unit number RO-PS-170  Rebecca Harriet Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-171Unit number RO-PS-171  Berilla Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-172Unit number RO-PS-172  H. H. Wilkinson and Oral Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-173Unit number RO-PS-173  Oral Wilkinson and Nelma Wilkinson - 1911 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-174Unit number RO-PS-174  Oral Wilkinson and Nelma Wilkinson -taken about Nov. 3, 1911 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-175Unit number RO-PS-175  Luella Naomi Fawcett Wilkinson and her two oldest children Oral Wilkinson and Harold Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-176Unit number RO-PS-176  Charlie Wilkinson's children. Vera Wilkinson, oldest daughter (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-177Unit number RO-PS-177  Emma Jaqualine Wilkinson, 7 weeks old (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-178Unit number RO-PS-178  Joseph T. Wilkinson and Jane Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-179Unit number RO-PS-179  Ralph Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-180Unit number RO-PS-180  Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-181Unit number RO-PS-181  Josie Wilkinson's children, Emily Wilkinson and Annie Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-286Unit number RO-PS-286  Ray Arthur Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-288Unit number RO-PS-288  Charles S. Wilkinson and Berilla Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-289Unit number RO-PS-289  Sarah Ann (Sadie) Wilkinson Buckwalter and Ralston Buckwalter (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-290Unit number RO-PS-290  Sarah Ann (Sadie) Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-291Unit number RO-PS-291  Sarah Ann (Sadie) Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-292Unit number RO-PS-292  Berilla Alexander Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-293Unit number RO-PS-293  Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-294Unit number RO-PS-294  Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-295Unit number RO-PS-295  Sarah Ann(1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-296Unit number RO-PS-296  Jewel Williams and Percy Newton Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-314Unit number RO-PS-314  Gladys McConnell and LaFayette McConnell and a dog (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-336Unit number RO-PS-336  Rex McConnell's baby picture (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-347Unit number RO-PS-347  Lafe McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-348Unit number RO-PS-348  Lu Jean Wilkinson and Hilda McConnell as a child (2 photographic prints) View Image View Image
IRO-PS-352Unit number RO-PS-352  Unknown, Jane McConnell, and Gladys McConnell playing with dolls (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-353Unit number RO-PS-353  Lafe McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-355Unit number RO-PS-355  Sarah Ann (Sadie) Wilkinson and Elizabeth Emily Wilkinson (2 photographic prints) View Image
IRO-PS-356Unit number RO-PS-356  Gladys McConnell and LaFayette McConnell (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-357Unit number RO-PS-357  Gladys McConnell as a baby (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-358Unit number RO-PS-358  Elizabeth Annie Wells Wilkinson with one of her brothers (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-359Unit number RO-PS-359  Wilkinson family, Joseph T. Wilkinson, wife Elizabeth Wilkinson and children (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-361Unit number RO-PS-361  Stephen Robert Wells Wilkinson, Harold Herbert Wilkinson, and Percy Newton Wilkinson. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-363Unit number RO-PS-363  Sarah Ann Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-364Unit number RO-PS-364  Howard W. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-365Unit number RO-PS-365  Joseph T. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-366Unit number RO-PS-366  Joseph T. Wilkinson and wife Elizabeth Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-367Unit number RO-PS-367  Joseph T. Wilkinson and wife Elizabeth Wells Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-368Unit number RO-PS-368  H. H. Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-369Unit number RO-PS-369  Elizabeth Annie Wilkinson (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-389Unit number RO-PS-389  George Angell and Becky W. Angell (Rebecca Ann). Mrs. Angell is H. H. Wilkinson's father's half sister. View Image
RIC-PS-01Unit number IC-PS-01  Winifred Rees and Thomas Mathew Rees in 1921 at Randolph (1 photographic print) View Image
SAL-PS-01Unit number AL-PS-01  Joseph T. Wilkinson and Jane Wilkinson Family (1 photographic print) View Image
II. Pharmacy
A. Books and Letters
B4Box number 4 F2Folder number 2  Recipe or formula book, includes everything from drugs to ice cream.
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1  Radio Address. "Community Builders Program"
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2  Letter from the Utah Department of Business Regulation in reply to a request for the first five female druggists registered in the state. Nov. 24, 1958.
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3  62nd Annual Convention of the Utah Pharmaceutical Association, El Escalante Hotel, Cedar City, may 23-25, 1954
B10Box number 10 F6Folder number 6  A. H. Robins Award, for outstanding community service in pharmacy. June 9, 1959
III. Historical Research and Writing
A. Correspondence
B5Box number 5 F2Folder number 2  Letters from Agnes L. Stewart, The Salt Lake Tribune, and Writer's Digest
B. Booklets and Pamphlets
B5Box number 5 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1  "Pipe Spring: A monument to the Pioneers," by Jonreed Lauritzen
B5Box number 5 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2  Program, dedicatory exercises for the This Is the Place Monument, July 24, 1947
B5Box number 5 F2Folder number 2  A variety of items relating to Utah, Iron Co. and Cedar City history.
C. Manuscripts
1. Pioneer Dairying
B5Box number 5 F3Folder number 3  "Pioneer Dairying"
2. Cedar City and the B.N.S.
B5Box number 5 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1  "The Founding of a School" from historical materials and the recollections of Randle W. Lunt
B5Box number 5 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2  "For Sweet Learning's Sake," by Rob Will Bulloch as told to Gladys McConnell. A history of the Branch Normal School in Cedar City, Utah. (3 copies)
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1  "The Mormons in Early Days," by Sam Gilson, Deputy United States Marshall
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2  "Reuben," by Rob Will Bulloch as told to Gladys McConnell
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3  "Our Old Town," a poem by William R. Palmer
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (4)Container number 4  "Land of the Rainbow Canyons"
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (5)Container number 5  "Colonizing Cedar Mountain," Nov. 17, 1938
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (6)Container number 6 "Life of Francis Webster," as told from his personal diary and from letters written by his daughter Amy Elizabeth Webster Leigh
B5Box number 5 F5Folder number 5 (7)Container number 7 An account of the founding of the Iron Mission and Cedar City.
3. Education
B5Box number 5 F6Folder number 6  "Education as a Personality Builder"
D. Newspaper Clippings
B5Box number 5 F7-8Folder number 7-8  Articles and newspapers
E. Photographs
B5Box number 5 F9Folder number 9  Lumber road to Jensen's Mill. (1 negative) View Image
BAC-FA-32Box number AC-FA-32  John Christensen, coach. (1 photographic print) View Image
BAC-SP-70Box number AC-SP-70  Girls' Physical Education Class, 1915-1916. (1 photographic print) View Image
BNS-ST-07Box number NS-ST-07  Graduation of an early class ca. 1905. Includes: Back Row L-R: #7 Mary Bergstrom and #8 Ruby Leigh. Front Row L-R: #5 Gladys McConnell. The first boy in front on the floor is Royce Nelson. View Image
BNS-ST-09Box number NS-ST-09  Graduation Class of 1910, includes: L-R Front Row: Webster Leigh, Jessie Jennings, Leon Winsor, Maude Powell (class mother), M. J. Macfarlane (class father), Ruby Leigh, Caesar Myers, and Gwendolyn Higbee. Middle Row: Irene Jones, Donald Schmutz, Gladys McConnell, Arthur Fife, Nevada Watson, John Fletcher, Ruby Naegle, and Erastus Macfarlane. Back Row: Ray Lunt, Annette Webster, Parley Ipson, Luella Mickelson, Irvin McQuarrie, Janie Wilkinson, Myron Higbee, Clara Williamson, and Claude Sevy. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BC-20Unit number RO-BC-20  Iron CountyMrs. C.S. WilkinsonMillinery(1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BC-48Unit number RO-BC-48  Old Cedar Hotel (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-BH-19Unit number RO-BH-19  Old Leigh Home on the corner of 1st West (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-CH-13Unit number RO-CH-13  LDS Tabernacle (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-IN-30Unit number RO-IN-30  Southern Utah Petroleum & Power Co. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-12Unit number RO-PS-12  Leonard Bulloch, BAC 1916 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-13Unit number RO-PS-13  Merrill Studio Photography (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-14Unit number RO-PS-14  Family (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-15Unit number RO-PS-15  Four ladies in a tree (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-28Unit number RO-PS-28  6 mo-1 year old child (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-36Unit number RO-PS-36  Woman with children (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-37Unit number RO-PS-37  Older man in chair (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-38Unit number RO-PS-38  One of the Sawyer boys (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-39Unit number RO-PS-39  Two young boys (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-40Unit number RO-PS-40  Older woman in rocking chair (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-42Unit number RO-PS-42  Large group of young men and women (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-55Unit number RO-PS-55  Welcome party about 1918 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-56Unit number RO-PS-56  Welcome party about 1918 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-62Unit number RO-PS-62  Rebecca Ann "Bess Angel and Thomas Reese  View Image
IRO-PS-63Unit number RO-PS-63  Bill Sawyer portrait (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-84Unit number RO-PS-84  Angell family (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-88Unit number RO-PS-88  Blythe Pace and Blanche Pace, Kate's girls (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-89Unit number RO-PS-89  Will Murie? (3 men) (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-90Unit number RO-PS-90  Will Murie? (3 men) (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-125Unit number RO-PS-125  Wilma Bulloch and Henry Bulloch (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-126Unit number RO-PS-126  Gundolin Bulloch age 4 mos. (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-127Unit number RO-PS-127  Leonard Bulloch (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-128Unit number RO-PS-128  Robert Bulloch and David Bulloch (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-129Unit number RO-PS-129  Annie and Luzene, taken July 1, 1910 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-130Unit number RO-PS-130  Josie's three daughters (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-131Unit number RO-PS-131  Luzene McAllister (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-132Unit number RO-PS-132  Luzene McAllister (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-133Unit number RO-PS-133  Luzene McAllister (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-318Unit number RO-PS-318  Old man with book in his hand (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-325Unit number RO-PS-325  Tribute picture to W. S. Berry and J. H. Gibbs who were slain at Condor's Farm in Tennessee on August 10, 1884 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-334Unit number RO-PS-334  Two pictures of women (2 photographic prints) View Image
IRO-PS-337Unit number RO-PS-337  Ruby Leigh (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-343Unit number RO-PS-343  Indian Trading Post and Cedar City baby show (2 photographic prints) View Image View Image
IRO-PS-346Unit number RO-PS-346  Baby (2 photographic prints) View Image
IRO-PS-354Unit number RO-PS-354  Unidentified woman standing (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-379Unit number RO-PS-379  Baby (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-PS-397Unit number RO-PS-397  Stephanie Wells(1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-SC-01Unit number RO-SC-01  Mattie Booth home (1 photographic print)
IRO-TR-05Unit number RO-TR-05  Railroad--Iron Springs, first train--May 28, 1923 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-TR-15Unit number RO-TR-15  David Bulloch riding first engine in Cedar City, June 14, 1923 (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-TR-17Unit number RO-TR-17  Train derailment (1 photographic print) View Image
IRO-VI-05Unit number RO-VI-05  Parade on Cedar City Main Street, east side looking south (1 photographic print) View Image
F. Notes and Notebooks
B6Box number 6 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1  List of the Graduating Class of 1911.
B6Box number 6 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2  List of Cedar citizens who fought in World war I.
B6Box number 6 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3  List of members of the Old Timers' Club of Cedar City. Organized 1948
B6Box number 6 F2Folder number 2  Notes written on loose papers.
B6Box number 6 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1  Notebook. Label "Lumber Story," written pages removed prior to being donated.
B6Box number 6 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2  Notebook. With notes and draft for "Rugged Pioneer."
B6Box number 6 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3  Notebook. Labeled "Notes on Pioneer Times,".
B6Box number 6 F3Folder number 3 (4)Container number 4  Notebook. Contains notes on the history of the Relief Society in Cedar City.
B6Box number 6 F3Folder number 3 (5)Container number 5  Notebook. First page title, "Questions To Ask Bro. Palmer."
B6Box number 6 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1  Notebook. Contains historical notes
B6Box number 6 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2  Notebook. Labeled "Hole In the Rock."
B6Box number 6 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3  Notebook. First page titled, "Fragments of Pioneer Experiences gathered at 'Daughters of Pioneers' Meetings."
B6Box number 6 F4Folder number 4 (4)Container number 4  Notebook. Contains historical notes.
B6Box number 6 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1  Notebook. Labeled, "Pioneer Impressions."
B6Box number 6 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2  Small notebook. Contains historical notes
B6Box number 6 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3  Small notebook. First page titled, "Funeral Sermon of Elizabeth Leigh."
B6Box number 6 F5Folder number 5 (4)Container number 4  Small notebook. First page titled, "Pike Spring National Monument."
B6Box number 6 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1  Notebook. First page titled, "Dairying."
B6Box number 6 F6Folder number 6 (2)Container number 2  Notebook. First page titled, "Information gathered from interview with Frank Hamblin."
B6Box number 6 F6Folder number 6 (3)Container number 3  Notebook. Contains historical notes
B6Box number 6 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1  Notebook. Contains historical notes.
B6Box number 6 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2  Notebook. Account book with some historical notes.
IV. Creative Writing
A. Women Have Dominion Materials relating to this play performed at the Cedar City Centennial Celebration, November 1951
1. Notes and Manuscripts
B7Box number 7 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1  Notebook with draft and notes
B7Box number 7 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2  Notebook with set sketches and production notes
B7Box number 7 F2Folder number 2  Script. (2 copies)
2. Memorabilia
B7Box number 7 F3Folder number 3  Materials relating to the production of Women Have Dominion performed as part of the Cedar City Centennial Celebration, Nov. 3-11, 1951.
3. Correspondence
B7Box number 7 F4Folder number 4  Cards and letters received in response to her production of Women Have Dominion
B. Notes and Manuscripts
1. Materials Relating to Other Creative Writing Projects
B7Box number 7 F5Folder number 5  "Wedding Journey"
B7Box number 7 F6Folder number 6  "Toby Rides a Rainbow"
B7Box number 7 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1  "The Great Women" (essay)
B7Box number 7 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2  "A Town Is Born" (play)
B7Box number 7 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2  "..Intry, Mintry.." (Play)
B7Box number 7 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3  "Woman Steps Up" (synopsis of story)
B7Box number 7 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4  "The End of the Trail" (synopsis of story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1  "Counsel For the Defense" (short story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2  "Nature Study" (short story, 2 copies)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3  "Flash-In-the-Pan" (short story, 2 copies)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4  "The Folly of Vain Ambition" (short story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5  "The House of Hope" (short story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (6)Container number 6  "When the West Was Young" (short story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (7)Container number 7  "A Pioneer" (short story, 2 copies)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (8)Container number 8  "Atmosphere" (short story)
B7Box number 7 F8Folder number 8 (9)Container number 9  "The Balance" (short story)
C. Correspondence
B7Box number 7 F9Folder number 9  2 letters relating to short stories submitted for publication
B7Box number 7 F10Folder number 10  Box of note cards
D. Notebooks
B8Box number 8 F1-5Folder number 1-5  Notes and drafts for many writing projects.
V. Personal
A. Documents
1. Poems
B9Box number 9 F1Folder number 1  Various poems by other authors.
2. Financial
B9Box number 9 F2Folder number 2  1907-1949
3. Correspondences
B9Box number 9 F3Folder number 3  (1)Three postcards.
B9Box number 9 F3Folder number 3  (2) 9 items from, Marietta Wetherill, Feb. 25, 1933 - Sep. 15, 1953
4. Funerals
B9Box number 9 F4Folder number 4  Programs and speeches.
5. Scrapbook Contents
B9Box number 9 F5Folder number 5  Certificates and diplomas.
B9Box number 9 F6Folder number 6  Contents include report cards, newspaper clippings, and letters.
6. Religious
B9Box number 9 F7Folder number 7  Contains booklets, recommends, blessings.
B. School Memorabilia
B9Box number 9 F8Folder number 8  B.N.S. Annual and Alumni Roster. Additional items can be found in Scrapbook Contents, B9F6.
B9Box number 9 F9Folder number 9  Collection of school papers.
B9Box number 9 F10Folder number 10  Collection of school papers.
B10Box number 10 F1Folder number 1  Palmer Handbook vol.1
B10Box number 10 F2Folder number 2  Photoplay Plot Encyclopedia
C. Notes and Notebooks
B10Box number 10 F3Folder number 3  3 notebooks and 1 address book.
B10Box number 10 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1  Guests signature book.
B10Box number 10 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 Cedar City Home Building Society, Pass Book, No. 12. Mrs. Sadie Buckwalter, Aug. 8, 1918
D. Photographs
B10Box number 10 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1  Thomas Taylor.(1 photographic print) View Image
B10Box number 10 F4Folder number 4 (2-4)Container number 2-4  Boulder Dam(3 postcards)
B10Box number 10 F4Folder number 4 (5)Container number 5 15 negatives of mining operations(15 negatives)
B10Box number 10 F4Folder number 4 (5)Container number 5  21 photographs of mining operations. Some photographs Tillie Sawyer, Will Sawyer, LaFayette McConnell, and Gladys McConnell.(21 photographic prints) View Image View Image