Register of the Caroline Parry Woolley Collection (Ms.34)

The majority of the Caroline K. Parry Woolley collection consists of her research notes and the manuscript of her book, "I Would to God." This collection also contains information on Isaac Haight, personal documents, correspondence, and artwork, and other artifacts belonging to Caroline Parry Woolley.

 

I. Historical Writings
A. Would To God
1. LDS and Utah History
B1Box number 1 F1-2Folder number 1-2   Nauvoo Period (42 items).
B1Box number 1 F3-4Folder number 3-4   Early Utah and Pioneers (41 items).
2. The Utah War and the Utah Expedition
B1Box number 1 F5Folder number 5   Connection with the Civil War (11 items).
B1Box number 1 F6Folder number 6   Judge Drummond (19 items).
B1Box number 1 F7Folder number 7   Attitudes Toward Mormonism (18 items).
B1Box number 1 F8Folder number 8   U.S. - Utah Relations (10 items).
B1Box number 1 F9Folder number 9   President Buchanan and Congress (19 items).
B1Box number 1 F10Folder number 10   Dr. J. M. Bernhisel and Utah's Efforts for Statehood (10 items).
B1Box number 1 F11Folder number 11   General Harney and the Utah War (25 items).
B2Box number 2 F1Folder number 1   Stewart Van Vliet and the Utah Expedition (2- items).
B2Box number 2 F2Folder number 2   Brigham Young/Utah Expedition Correspondence (6 items).
B2Box number 2 F3Folder number 3   Speeches by LDS Leaders (6 items).
B2Box number 2 F4Folder number 4   Southern Utah and the Utah War (19 items).
B2Box number 2 F5Folder number 5   Martial Law (12 items).
B2Box number 2 F6Folder number 6  The Cullom Bill and Polygamy (11 items).
B2Box number 2 F7Folder number 7  LDS Statements (20 items).
3. Personal and Historical Statements Concerning the Mountains Meadows Massacre
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1  Juanita Brooks
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (2-4)Container number 2-4  Thomas B. Clark:.
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (5-16)Container number 5-16  Joseph Clews
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (17-28)Container number 17-28  William H. Dame
B2Box number 2 F8Folder number 8 (29-30)Container number 29-30  Aaron F. Farr
B2Box number 2 F9-10Folder number 9-10  Isaac C. Haight (42 items).
B2Box number 2 F11Folder number 11  Jacob Hamblin (15 items).
B3Box number 3 F1Folder number 1  James H. Haslam (16 items).
B3Box number 3 F2Folder number 2  John M. Higbee (21 items).
B3Box number 3 F3Folder number 3  Elisha Hoops (3 items)
B3Box number 3 F4Folder number 4  Nephi Johnson (2 items).
B3Box number 3 F5Folder number 5  Philip Klingensmith
B3Box number 3 F6Folder number 6  John D. Lee (18 items).
B3Box number 3 F7Folder number 7 (1-5)Container number 1-5  Daniel S. Macfarlane
B3Box number 3 F7Folder number 7 (6-9)Container number 6-9  John M. Macfarlane
B3Box number 3 F7Folder number 7 (10)Container number 10  James H. Martineau
B3Box number 3 F7Folder number 7 (11)Container number 11  Samuel McMurdy
B3Box number 3 F7Folder number 7 (12-13)Container number 12-13  William R. Palmer
B3Box number 3 F8Folder number 8  George A. Smith (11 items).
B3Box number 3 F9Folder number 9 (1-2)Container number 1-2  Jesse N. Smith
B3Box number 3 F9Folder number 9 (3)Container number 3  Erastus Snow
B3Box number 3 F9Folder number 9 (4)Container number 4  William C. Stewart
B3Box number 3 F9Folder number 9 (5 -14)Container number 5 -14  Joel White
B3Box number 3 F10Folder number 10 (15)Container number 15  Wilford Woodruff
B4Box number 4 F1Folder number 1  Brigham Young (8 items).
4. Other Notes
B4Box number 4 F2Folder number 2  Statements by Mary Ann Haight Parry, Caroline's mother (8 items)
B4Box number 4 F4Folder number 4  Miscellaneous notes (25 items).
5. Ramifications of the Utah War and the Mountain Meadows Massacre
B4Box number 4 F5Folder number 5  LDS Investigation (25 items).
B4Box number 4 F6Folder number 6  Investigation by Brigham Young (19 items).
B4Box number 4 F7Folder number 7  A Forged Letter (19 items)
B4Box number 4 F8Folder number 8  The Emigrant Children and Dr. Forney's Report. (31 items)
B5Box number 5 F1Folder number 1  U.S. Government Officials in Utah. (41 items)
6. Trials and Court Proceedings
B5Box number 5 F3-5Folder number 3-5  Trial of John D. Lee. (87 items)
B5Box number 5 F6Folder number 6  Other proceedings. (38 items)
7. Other Related Information
B5Box number 5 F7Folder number 7  The Fancher Party. (25 items)
B6Box number 6 F1Folder number 1  The Fancher Party. (25 items)
B6Box number 6 F2-3Folder number 2-3  Mormon/Indian Relations. (77 items)
B6Box number 6 F4Folder number 4  John D. Lee (39 items)
8. Notes and Manuscripts
B10Box number 10  Would To God manuscript: synopsis, introductory materials, Chapters 1-20.
B11Box number 11 .Container number. Would To God manuscript: Chapters 21-49, sources, appendices, notes for photos.
B12Box number 12  Would To God: Miscellaneous notes and manuscripts
B13Box number 13  Would To God: Miscellaneous notes and manuscripts
B14Box number 14  Would To God: Miscellaneous notes and manuscripts
B. Biography of Isaac Haight
B6Box number 6 F5Folder number 5  Haight family genealogy. (10 items)
B6Box number 6 F6Folder number 6  Haight family information. (39 items)
B7Box number 7 F1-2Folder number 1-2  Isaac C. Haight, general information. (79 items)
B7Box number 7 F3-5Folder number 3-5  Isaac C. Haight, after the Mountain Meadows Massacre. (93 items)
B7Box number 7 F6Folder number 6  Isaac C. Haight, correspondence. (48 items)
B8Box number 8  The Journal of Isaac Haight, 1813-1862. (typed transcription)
B9Box number 9 F1Folder number 1  Isaac C. Haight, sermons. (9 items)
C. History of Southern Utah and the Iron Mission
B9Box number 9 F2Folder number 2  Iron Mission. (42 items)
B9Box number 9 F3Folder number 3  The Pratt Expedition and the Deseret Iron Co. (32 items)
B9Box number 9 F4Folder number 4  The Perpetual Emigration Fund. (31 items)
B9Box number 9 F5Folder number 5  Settlement. (28 items)
B4Box number 4 F3Folder number 3  Powell Expedition. (11 items)
B9Box number 9 F6Folder number 6  General information. (52 items)
B15Box number 15  Miscellaneous notes and drafts
D. History of the Branch Normal School
B16Box number 16 F1-11Folder number 1-11  Documents relating to the establishment of the Branch Normal School in Cedar City, Utah.
B17Box number 17 F1-10Folder number 1-10  Copies of the materials found in Box 16, F1-11.
E. Early LDS History of Iron County
1. "Little Sermons" by LDS General Authorities
B17Box number 17 F11Folder number 11 (1a)Container number 1a  A handwritten list of all the "Little Sermons" listing the speakers and dates.
B17Box number 17 F11Folder number 11 (1-15)Container number 1-15 Notes from sermons offered by LDS General Authorities at meetings in Cedar City, 1859-1862. Speakers include: Joseph Young, Brigham Young, John Taylor, D. H. Wells, Wilford Woodruff, Ezra T. Benson, Lorenzo Snow George A. Smith, Erastus Snow, P. K. Smith (Beaver), Amasa Lyman, C. C. Rich.
B17Box number 17 F12Folder number 12 (1-20)Container number 1-20 Notes from sermons offered by local LDS Authorities and members at meetings in Cedar City, 1860-1862. These notes were copied from the Cedar Stake Journal and the records of the Cedar Branch. Speakers include: John M. Higbee, Elder Haslam, Edward Parry, John D. Lee, Isaac Laney, Henry Lunt, John Parry.
B17Box number 17 F13Folder number 13 (21-40)Container number 21-40 Notes from sermons offered by local LDS Authorities and members at meetings in Cedar City, 1856-1861. These notes were copied from the Cedar Stake Journal, the records of the Cedar Branch and the journal of Isaac C. Haight. Speakers include: Philip Klingensmith, D. S. Macfarlane, John Parry, Sr., Joel H. Johnson, Henry Lunt, Isaac C. Haight, P. K. Smith, Elias Morris.
B17Box number 17 F14Folder number 14 (41-60)Container number 41-60 Notes from sermons offered by local LDS Authorities and members at meetings in Cedar City, 1860-1861. These notes were copied from the Cedar Stake Journal and the records of the Cedar Branch. Speakers include: Isaac C. Haight, Henry Lunt.
B17Box number 17 F15Folder number 15 (61-86)Container number 61-86 Notes from sermons offered by local LDS Authorities and members at meetings in Cedar City, 1860-1861. These notes were copied from the Cedar Stake Journal and the records of the Cedar Branch. Speakers include: Isaac C. Haight,
B17Box number 17 F16Folder number 16  Copies of the "Little Sermons" by local LDS authorities from box 17 folders 12-15.
F. Native American Myths and Legends
B18Box number 18 F1Folder number 1  Bibliographies (7 items)
B18Box number 18 F2Folder number 2  Research and notes (15 items)
B18Box number 18 F3Folder number 3  Stories (8 items)
B18Box number 18 F4Folder number 4  Plays (6 items)
II. The Arts
A. Interior Design
B18Box number 18 F5Folder number 5  Course outline and lecture notes for an adult education course proposed by Caroline Parry.
B18Box number 18 F6Folder number 6  Research notes and writing.
B18Box number 18 F7Folder number 7  Drawings
B. Fine Arts
B18Box number 18 F8Folder number 8  A list of paintings and drawings by Caroline Parry that were removed from the library collection to be stored in the SUU Braithwaite Art Gallery for safe keeping: (1) Acrylic "Dahlias from Temple Grounds." (2) Water color "Bear Grass Blossom and Thistle Bloom." (3) Water color "Yucca-Gods Candle." (4) Acrylic painting f red Dahlias. (5) Oil painting of white daisies. (6) Oil painting of white thistle flowers. (7) Water color of white and pink Gardenias. (8) Water color of red Gardenias. (9) Water color of a variety of colored Irises. (10) Oil painting of red bell flowers. (11) Oil painting of pink flowers. (12) Oil painting of yellow and purple poppy flowers. (13) Oil painting of pink and white flowers. (14) Pencil drawing of a man mowing a lawn. (15) Oil on canvas "The Sculptress in Green."
B28Box number 28  A small collection of sketches and other art work by Caroline Parry.
B28Box number 28  Small collection of 4 student works by F. W. Kent.
B18Box number 18 F9Folder number 9  Biography and list of works prepared for Caroline Parry's art show in Cedar City, 1933. Includes a list of people who attended the reception given at the exhibit.
B18Box number 18 F10Folder number 10  Miscellaneous documents relating to the Parry School of Fine Arts in Salt Lake City, Utah and the Parry Art and Gift Shop in Springdale, Utah.
B18Box number 18 F11Folder number 11  Papers, presentations and notes by Caroline Parry.
B18Box number 18 F12Folder number 12  Miscellaneous documents.
B18Box number 18 F13Folder number 13  A shadow picture and recitation program performed at the Thirtieth Annual Convention of Primary Association Officers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
B18Box number 18 F14Folder number 14 (1)Container number 1  "Preserving Ute and Piute Indian Customs," from the Improvement Era, March 1934
B18Box number 18 F14Folder number 14 (2)Container number 2  A note about "His First Prayer" a sculpture by Caroline Parry.
B18Box number 18 F15Folder number 15  2 art books, Shaw Fingerpaint and School Arts and a paper cut-out of a squirrel.
B18Box number 18 F16Folder number 16  Clippings.
Two paintings by Edwin Evans. Both are removed to the framed photo collection.
C. Sheet Music
B18Box number 18 F17Folder number 17  The Bon Ton Collection of Songs, White-Smith Music Pub. Co., c.1895.
B18Box number 18 F18Folder number 18 (1)Container number 1 Marchetta (A Love Song of Old Mexico), A Night in Granada, and My Heart Is Thine, The John Franklin Music Co., N.Y.
B18Box number 18 F18Folder number 18 (2)Container number 2 Heart O' Th' Heather, Leo Feist, Inc., c.1906.
B18Box number 18 F18Folder number 18 (3)Container number 3 O Sun of the Youth of Utah.
B18Box number 18 F18Folder number 18 (4)Container number 4 Hard Times (words only)
B18Box number 18 F19Folder number 19 (1)Container number 1 Down the Stream and Other Indian Songs, D. N. Lehmer, c.1927.
B18Box number 18 F19Folder number 19 (2)Container number 2 By the Waters of Minnetonka, Theodore Presser Co., c.1914.
B18Box number 18 F19Folder number 19 (3)Container number 3 Four American Indian Songs, White-Smith Music Publishing Co., c.1909.
B18Box number 18 F19Folder number 19 (4)Container number 4 Seven Indian Songs from the Yosemite Valley, D. N. Lehmer, c.1924.
III. Personal
A. Family Information
B19Box number 19 F1Folder number 1  Genealogies, notes and correspondence.
B19Box number 19 F2Folder number 2  Religious documents.
B19Box number 19 F3Folder number 3  Deed to a plot in the Thatcher Cemetery purchased by David Haight.
B19Box number 19 F4Folder number 4  Notes for application to the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers.
B. Personal Papers
B19Box number 19 F5Folder number 5  School papers, April 3-Dec 10, (1912?).
B19Box number 19 F6Folder number 6  Teaching resume, 1907-1939
B19Box number 19 F7Folder number 7  Collected thoughts, poems and papers.
B19Box number 19 F8Folder number 8  Documents relating to the Parry Awards for Oratory and Womanhood including a list of winners from 1924-1939 and a copy of the 1938 winning oratory address by Arthur Evans.
B19Box number 19 F9Folder number 9  Notes for a lecture on shawls given by Caroline Parry at the Salt Lake City Literary Club.
B19Box number 19 F10Folder number 10  Insurance papers.
B19Box number 19 F11Folder number 11  Trilogy From Faust, adapted by Fred G. Barker for the Goethe Centennial 1932. A gift to Caroline Parry from the author.
B19Box number 19 F12Folder number 12  Miscellaneous papers.
C. Correspondence
1. Caroline Parry
B20Box number 20 F1Folder number 1  From Sylvia Adams, 1933 winner of the Parry Womanhood Award, May 12, 1933. (Includes photo)
B20Box number 20 F2Folder number 2  (1) To Will L. Adams, Aug. 16, 1953. (2) From Will Adams, Aug. 30, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F3Folder number 3  From the American Art Bronze Foundry, March 27, 1939.
B20Box number 20 F4Folder number 4  To B.N.S. Alumni, Class of 1911. May 26, 1961.
B20Box number 20 F5Folder number 5  To the American Oil Company, Jun 28, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F6Folder number 6  From Lorraine Babbitt, Malibu Press, Feb. 2, 1959
B20Box number 20 F7Folder number 7  From Francis Baker, Genealogical Society. May 11, 1954.
B20Box number 20 F8Folder number 8  To Bank of America, June 1, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F9Folder number 9  (1-2) From Clara S. Beatty, Nevada State Historical Society, April 14, 1955; May 12, 1955. (3) To Clara S. Beatty, Nevada State Historical Society, April 18, 1955.
B20Box number 20 F10Folder number 10  To Mary H. Beeler, n.d.
B20Box number 20 F11Folder number 11  To Beeline Refining Company, June 28, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F12Folder number 12  To Archibald Bennett, Genealogical Society, April 14, 1954.
B20Box number 20 F13Folder number 13  (1) From Milton Bennion, July 26, 1939 (2) To Milton Bennion, Jan. 30, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F14Folder number 14  (1-3) From John M. Bernhisel, June 28, 1953; July 8, 1953; May 8, 1956. (4-5) To John M. Bernhisel, Dec. 8, 1956; Feb. 13, 1957. (6-9) Three undated notes.
B20Box number 20 F15Folder number 15  (1) To Mattie, Jan. 30, 1953.(2-3) From Mattie, n.d.
B20Box number 20 F16Folder number 16  To Judge Reva Beck Bosone, May 8, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F17Folder number 17  To Boyart Studios, March 30, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F18Folder number 18  To Dr. Braithwaite,
B20Box number 20 F19Folder number 19  (1) To Juanita Brooks, n.d. (1) To Juanita Brooks, April 4, 1951.
B20Box number 20 F20Folder number 20  (1-2) To John Brown, August 20, 1958, with a reply written on the bottom dated Aug. 22, 1958.
B20Box number 20 F21Folder number 21  From Howard G. Brunsman, U.S. Department of Commerce, Jan. 13, 1960.
B20Box number 20 F22Folder number 22  To the family of Robert Bullock, Jan 30, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F23Folder number 23  (1-2) To Raymond Carlson, Arizona Highways, Aug. 20, 1958; Sept. 13, 1958. (3) From Raymond Carlson, Arizona Highways, Aug. 26, 1958.
B20Box number 20 F24Folder number 24   (1-3) From Daryl Chase, Branch Agricultural College,Feb. 7, 1952; March 26, 1952; Feb. 9, 1954. (4) To Dr. Chase, n.d.
B20Box number 20 F25Folder number 25  (1) From The Arthur H. Clark Company, Oct. 23, 1963 (2) To The Arthur H. Clark Company, Oct. 29, 1963
B20Box number 20 F26Folder number 26  (1-2) To J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Jan. 30, 1953; Feb. 9, 1953. (3) From J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Feb. 6, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F27Folder number 27  To the Continental Oil Company, June 3, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F28Folder number 28  From Hazen Cooley, Cedar City Art Exhibit Committee, May 21, 1946.
B20Box number 20 F29Folder number 29  (1-3) To Inez Cooper, College of Southern Utah, June 1, 1961; Feb. 8, 1961;March 21, 1961.
B20Box number 20 F30Folder number 30  (1-3) To Pearson C. Corbett, June 26, 1952; Aug. 15, 1952; March 28, 1954. (4-6) From Pearson C. Corbett, march 31, 1954; April 7, 1954; April 21, 1954.
B20Box number 20 F31Folder number 31  From Albert C. Corey, New York, Division of Archives and History, Aug. 27, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F32Folder number 32  From Mrs. Corfinan,
B20Box number 20 F33Folder number 33  (1) To Elwood J. Corry, n.d. (2-3) From Elwood J. Corry, Nov. 9, 1955; Dec. 21, 1955.
B20Box number 20 F34Folder number 34  To her cousins, May 2, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F35Folder number 35  (1-2) To Gary Cox, April 3, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F36Folder number 36  To Dr. Creer, Aug. 18, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F37Folder number 37  From Sarah J. Crosby, April 3, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F38Folder number 38  From Luella Adams Dalton, March 6, 1957. (Includes some papers about the history of Parowan, Utah.)
B20Box number 20 F39Folder number 39  (1-2) From Myrtle Decker, April 7, 1961; April 28, 1961.
B20Box number 20 F40Folder number 40  To Deseret Book Company, June 28, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F41Folder number 41  To Doubleday, April 22, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F42Folder number 42  To Lynnwood G. Dunn, April 20, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F43Folder number 43  From Ed Durant, May 27, 1954.
B20Box number 20 F44Folder number 44  From Nancy C. English, Huntington Library Quarterly, August 22, 1958.
B20Box number 20 F45Folder number 45  (1-17) From Charlotte Esplin, April 27, 1952; May 25, 1952; January 19, 1953; n.d. 1953; November 13, 1953; March 20, 1954; September 10, 1954; September 13, 1954; September 22, 1954; May 30, 1955; June 17, 1955; December 30, 1955; March 16, 1956; May 23, 1956; February 4, 1957; August 28, 1962; June 1, 1968.
B20Box number 20 F46Folder number 46  (1-2) To "Friend," January 1, 1953; n.d.
B20Box number 20 F47Folder number 47  From A. Gamblin, Latter-Day Saints Hospital, November 30, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F48Folder number 48  To Richard E. Gillies, October 28, 1959.
B20Box number 20 F49Folder number 49  From Thomas Gordyn, March 24, 1939.
B20Box number 20 F50Folder number 50  To Horton Granville, June 7, 1964.
B20Box number 20 F51Folder number 51  To the Haight family, n.d..
B20Box number 20 F52Folder number 52  (1-8)From Wilford Hamblin, December 10, 1954; December 19, 1954; December 19, 1954; January 4, 1955; April 26, 1955, 3 n.d.. (9) to Wilford Hamblin, December 30, 1955.
B20Box number 20 F53Folder number 53  (1) From Wayland Hand, May 12, 1958. (2-3) Copies of letters from Wayland Hand to other, July1, 1957; May 12, 1958.
B20Box number 20 F54Folder number 54  From Mrs. Franklin S. Harris, June 30, 1958.
B20Box number 20 F55Folder number 55  (1-2) From Robert W. Hill, The New York Public Library, May 22, 1956; May 28, 1956. (3) To Robert Hill, The New York Public Library, May 1956.
B20Box number 20 F56Folder number 56  To Hollywood Reporter, April 20, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F57Folder number 57  To Don F. Howard, September 24, 1963.
B20Box number 20 F58Folder number 58  From Elizabeth Reeves Humphreys, February 4, 1959.
B20Box number 20 F59Folder number 59  (1-2) To Huntington Library, August 20, 1958; n.d..
B20Box number 20 F60Folder number 60  To the Iron County Clerk, July 12, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F61Folder number 61  (1-4) From Stanley Ivins, April 30, 1952; May 21, 1952; August 18, 1956; January 31, 1957.
B20Box number 20 F62Folder number 62  (1-2) From Edna L. Jacobsen, June 10, 1953; July 6, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F63Folder number 63  From Kumen Jones and Mary T. Jones, May 14, 1948.
B20Box number 20 F64Folder number 64  From Hattie M. Knight, August 9, 1956.
B20Box number 20 F65Folder number 65  To A. William Lund, (1-4) March 10, 1955 (three copies); May 23, 1956.
B20Box number 20 F66Folder number 66  (1-2) To Alice B. Lunt, n.d.; February 23, 1953. (3) From Alice B. Lunt, February 11, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F67Folder number 67  (1-3) To Winnifred Leigh Lunt, April 14, 1961 (two copies); n.d..
B20Box number 20 F68Folder number 68  From Charles R. Mabey, September 28, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F69Folder number 69  From J. Howard Maughan, May 21, 1929.
B20Box number 20 F70Folder number 70  (1-5) From Herbert B. Maw, March 25, 1959; December 13, 1959; December 15, 1959; May 12, 1960; May 18, 1960. (6) To Herbert B. Maw, May 5, 1960.
B20Box number 20 F71Folder number 71  From Kate D. McAllister, March 6, 1953.
B20Box number 20 F72Folder number 72  (1-2) From H. Ward McCarty, February 23, 1956; August 9, 1956.
B20Box number 20 F73Folder number 73  (1-2) From John G. McQuarrie, April 27, 1956; April 19, 1959.
B20Box number 20 F74Folder number 74  (1) To Malcolm Meacham, April 27, 1963. From Malcolm Meacham, December 21, 1966.
B20Box number 20 F75Folder number 75  From David E. Miller, September 17, 1954.
B20Box number 20 F76Folder number 76  (1) From Dale L. Morgan, December 28, 1959. (2-3) To Dale L. Morgan, n.d.; n.d..
B20Box number 20 F77Folder number 77  To Mountain Fuel Supply Company, July 3, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F78Folder number 78  (1-2) From John C. Murdock, August 1, 1959; October 22, 1959. (3) To John C. Murdock, October 15, 1959.
B20Box number 20 F79Folder number 79  From Sarah Nelson, June 4, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F80Folder number 80  From G. Nelli, Nelli Art Bronze Works, April 2, 1939.
B20Box number 20 F81Folder number 81  To the New York Public Library, n.d..
B20Box number 20 F82Folder number 82  To the Bureau of Information on the Early History of New York State, August 18, 1952.
B20Box number 20 F83Folder number 83  To The North American Company, June 29, 1965.
B20Box number 20 F84Folder number 84  From Haydee Noya, Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, May 30, 1956.
B20Box number 20 F85Folder number 85  From Henry Oberhansley, Branch Agricultural College of Utah, April 25, 1932.
B20Box number 20 F86Folder number 86  From Edna Oldroyd, May 15, 1943.
B20Box number 20 F87Folder number 87  From Peter E. Van Orden, April 12, 1941.
B20Box number 20 F88Folder number 88  To William Rees Palmer, was never mailed, April 14, 1954.
B21Box number 21 F1Folder number 1  From Mabel Brinkerhoff Potter, October 10, 1954.
B21Box number 21 F2Folder number 2  (1-2) To G. P. Putnam and Sons, April 22, 1963; June 25, 1963.
B21Box number 21 F3Folder number 3  To Christian Ronnow, May 2, 1963.
B21Box number 21 F4Folder number 4  From Waldemer Read, May 1, 1962.
B21Box number 21 F5Folder number 5  From Paul C. Rohloff, May 12, 1959.
B21Box number 21 F6Folder number 6  From Richard "Twig" Romney, October 4, 1956.
B21Box number 21 F7Folder number 7  To Salt Lake Clinic, June 28, 1965.
B21Box number 21 F8Folder number 8  To The Saturday Review of Literature, The Hollywood Reporter, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F9Folder number 9  From A. M. Shepard, August 7, 1936.
B21Box number 21 F10Folder number 10  (1) From Joseph Fielding Smith, November 2 1953. (2-4) To Joseph Fielding Smith, October 12, 1953; June 6, 1954; May 23, 1956.
B21Box number 21 F11Folder number 11  To Harold Snow, November 22, 1952.
B21Box number 21 F12Folder number 12  From Horace A. Sorensen, The National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers, January 30, 1957.
B21Box number 21 F13Folder number 13  To Chauncey Spilsbury, August 18, 1952.
B21Box number 21 F14Folder number 14  To Standard Oil Company of California, June 28, 1965.
B21Box number 21 F15Folder number 15  From Wayne Stout, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F16Folder number 16  From Drusilla Gaby Stratton, October 14, 1956.
B21Box number 21 F17Folder number 17  To Nellie Taylor, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F18Folder number 18  To Texaco Incorporated, June 28, 1965.
B21Box number 21 F19Folder number 19  From Sade Thorley, March 28, 1953.
B21Box number 21 F20Folder number 20  To Stewart Thorley, January 20, 1953. From Stewart Thorley, March 1, 1953.
B21Box number 21 F21Folder number 21  To Tracy Collins Trust Company, June 1, 1965.
B21Box number 21 F22Folder number 22  From Kathleen M. Trimmer, June 15, 1952.
B21Box number 21 F23Folder number 23  To Claud Urie, December 3, 1952.
B21Box number 21 F24Folder number 24  To Utah School Employees' Retirement System, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F25Folder number 25  To Walter Adams, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F26Folder number 26  To Franklin L. West, October 31, 1954.
B21Box number 21 F27Folder number 27  From Caroline N. Westover, May 28, 1952.
B21Box number 21 F28Folder number 28  (1-2) From Ernest L. Wilkinson, November 19, 1956; July 5, 1960.
B21Box number 21 F29Folder number 29  From LuZene Wilkinson, May 18, 1925.
B21Box number 21 F30Folder number 30  (1-2) To Writers Guild of America, West, Inc., March 18, 1963; March 25, 1963. Also includes a synopsis of "I Would to God!"
B21Box number 21 F31Folder number 31  To Kimball Young, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F32Folder number 32  (1-6) From Levi Edgar Young, January 31, 1947; February 14, 1952; September 27, 1954; June 13, 1955; May 28, 1956; August 9, 1956. (7) To Levi Edgar Young, May 23, 1956.
B21Box number 21 F33Folder number 33  To Zina, November 4, 1955.
B21Box number 21 F34Folder number 34  To Zions First National Bank, June 5, 1965.
B21Box number 21 F35Folder number 35  (1-2) From Lannie Parry Hoyt, March 16, 1938; March 13, 1964.
B21Box number 21 F36Folder number 36  (1) To the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, July 8, 1957. (2) From the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, July 23, 1957.
B21Box number 21 F37Folder number 37  (1-2) To Anonymous, n.d.; n.d. (3) From Amelia.
B21Box number 21 F38Folder number 38  (1-2) To Whom it May Concern, March 10, 1952; n.d.
2. Miscellaneous
B21Box number 21 F39Folder number 39  From John Southard to "Uncle Owen," April 15, 1882.
B21Box number 21 F40Folder number 40  From F. D. Richards to Eugene Horton, June 17, 1886.
B21Box number 21 F41Folder number 41  From Mary J. Webster to Evelyn P. Webster, May 17, 1977.
B21Box number 21 F42Folder number 42  (1-6) To John Parry from miscellaneous authors, July 8, 1896; December 3, 1903; December 4, 1903; May 24, 1905; September 16, 1914; January 11, 1915.
B21Box number 21 F43Folder number 43  (1-5) To Mary Ann Parry from John Parry, n.d.; n.d.; November 19, 1875; May 31, 1876; September 11, 1977. (6) From Bessie Parry, May 8.
B21Box number 21 F44Folder number 44  From N. B. Lundwall to Heber Jarvis, June 12, 1940.
B21Box number 21 F45Folder number 45  From L. P. Meservy to E. S. Adams, the Adjutant General, October 27, 1941. From E. S. Adams to L. P. Meservy, November 4, 1941; November 13, 1941.
B21Box number 21 F46Folder number 46  From Lottie to Lonnie, n.d.
B21Box number 21 F47Folder number 47  From Harold S. Snow, president, St. George Temple, to Charlotte A. H. Esplin, August 31, 1954.
B21Box number 21 F48Folder number 48  From Seymour Wells and Helen Wells to Arthur H. Clark, January 17, 1964.
B21Box number 21 F49Folder number 49  From Lottie to Bessie, June 10, 1924.
B21Box number 21 F50Folder number 50  From William C. Snider to an unknown recipient, February 4, 1881.
B21Box number 21 F51Folder number 51  (1) From Isaac C. Haight to Eliza Ann Haight and Annabelle Haight, September 8, 1871. (2) From Isaac C. Haight to Eugenia, July 5, 1856.
B21Box number 21 F52Folder number 52  (1-2) From H. Brinkerhoff to Caleb Haight and David Haight, September 5, 1886; January 11, 1857.
B21Box number 21 F53Folder number 53  A notebook with copies of various letters. Includes a list giving available copies. Mostly information about Isaac C. Haight.
D. Pamphlets
B22Box number 22 F1Folder number 1  "Autumn Leaves" by Winnifred Morris Tibbs. A book of poetry.
B22Box number 22 F2Folder number 2  "Golden Spike, 90th Anniversary," Sons of Utah Pioneers magazine, April-May 1959.
B22Box number 22 F3Folder number 3  Fine Arts workbook, WPA Adult Education Program, Utah State Department of Public Instruction.
B22Box number 22 F4Folder number 4  Mount Rushmore National Memorial, second book - 1931.
B22Box number 22 F5Folder number 5  (1) U.S. News and World Report, November 21, 1960. (2) Four Dark Days in History, A Photo History of President Kennedy's Assassination. (3) John Fitzgerald Kennedy - 1917-1963. (4) One Dozen Red Roses, the life story of Jacqueline Kennedy. (5) Special Delivery from Heaven to the Kennedy family from John Fitzgerald Kennedy. (2 copies)
B22Box number 22 F6Folder number 6  (1) "... But Never Unite For Peace?", commencement address by Elbert D. Thomas, June 5, 1945. (2) The New Memorial Theatre.
B22Box number 22 F7Folder number 7  A Welsh book written by Gan Edward Parry in 1837.
B22Box number 22 F8Folder number 8  "The Parry-Gram," March 1963.
B22Box number 22 F9Folder number 9  (1) Young Woman's Journal, April 1917. (2) Items on Priesthood by John Taylor, 1899. (3) The Revolt Against God, September 1933. (4) The British Nation NOT identical with the Lost Ten Tribes by R. Cornall, 1877.
B22Box number 22 F10Folder number 10  (1) Cedar City Centennial Week, November 3-11, 1951, Calendar of Events. (2) The Voice of the Pioneers, June 1965. (3) First Annual Exhibition of Libbie Edward School, February 19-23, 1951. (4) Utah Centennial, 1847-1947. (5) Pioneer Memorial Building. (6) The Improvement Era, March 1934.
B22Box number 22 F11Folder number 11  (1) Pioneer Missionaries among the Indians, April 1937. (2) Harvest Time in Pioneer Days, October 1942. (3) Songs Composed and Sung by the Western Pioneers, February 1944. (4) Woman Suffrage in the West, October 1943. (5) Indian Chiefs of Pioneer Days, March 1937. (6) Indian Slavery of the West, May 1938. (7) They Came in 1853, October 1953. (8) The University of Utah and Other Schools of Early Days, October 1950. (9) Graves Along the Trail, April 1939. (10) The Mormons in Nevada, May 1946. (11) Indians at Work, March 1940.
B22Box number 22 F12Folder number 12  SUP News, June 1956; August 1957; August 1957 (supplement); December 1958.
IV. Photographs
A. B.N.S. History
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 John Parry, the chairman of the committee in charge of building the B.N.S., May 1897-September 1898. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2 M. H. Dalley, on the committee for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3 Francis Webster, on the committee for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (4)Container number 4 Henry Leigh, on the committee for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (5)Container number 5 William Dover, added to B.N.S. committee in January 1898. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (6)Container number 6 Thomas Bladen, added to B.N.S. committee in January 1898. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (7)Container number 7 T. Jed Jones, added to B.N.S. committee in January 1898. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (8)Container number 8 Richard Aldridge Thorley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (9)Container number 9 Cornelius (Neil) C. Bladen. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F1Folder number 1 (10)Container number 10 William Houchen. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 Edward H. Snow, Senator - 11th district, St. George. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2 Joseph S. Hunter, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3 Henry Leigh, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (4)Container number 4 Francis Webster, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (5)Container number 5 John Parry, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (6)Container number 6 I. W. Jones, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (7)Container number 7 John Chatterley, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (8)Container number 8 T. Jed Jones, offered to mortgage his home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (9)Container number 9 Robert Bullock, offered to mortgage home for B.N.S. equipment in 1897. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F2Folder number 2 (10)Container number 10 Francis Webster, Thomas Jedediah Jones, and John Parry, leaders of the building committee for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 William L. H. Dotson, Beaver county. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2 John Parry, Iron county. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3 John G. Duffin, Washington county. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (4)Container number 4 Joseph E. Robenson, Kane county. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (5)Container number 5 Dr. John R. Park, on the commission that chose the site for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (6)Container number 6 Dr. James E. Talmage, on the commission that chose the site for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (7)Container number 7 Dr. Karl G. Maeser, on the commission that chose the site for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (8)Container number 8 John Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (9)Container number 9 Governor Heber M. Wells. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F3Folder number 3 (10)Container number 10 Milton Bennion. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (1)Container number 1 Francis Webster. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (2)Container number 2 M. H. Dalley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (3)Container number 3 William Dover. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (4)Container number 4 Henry Leigh. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (5)Container number 5 Thomas Bladen. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (6)Container number 6 Thomas Jedediah Jones. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (7)Container number 7 Lorenzo Adams. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (8)Container number 8 Francis Webster, Thomas J. Jones, and John Parry. (1 photographic print)
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (9)Container number 9 A group in front of the Science Building including George W. Decker and John Parry. May 19, 1906. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F4Folder number 4 (10)Container number 10 Laying of the cornerstone of Old Main. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (1)Container number 1 Governor Heber M. Wells. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (2)Container number 2 Waldermer Van Cott, chairman of special committee of the Board of Regents for B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (3)Container number 3 Milton Bennion. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (4)Container number 4 A group of people in front of the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (5)Container number 5 The Bullock home, one of the homes that was mortgaged to get funds for the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (6)Container number 6 (2 photographic print) (1 negative) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (7)Container number 7 Rob Will Bulloch and Sam Heyborn at right of Bryant's Hotel. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (8)Container number 8 Sugar Loaf Hill. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (9)Container number 9 First station from the saw-mill. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F5Folder number 5 (10)Container number 10 Rob Will Bulloch at the foot of Brian Head peak. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (1)Container number 1 Dr. George W. Middleton, member of B.N.S. Board of Regents. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (2)Container number 2 Dr. William M. Stewart, first principal of B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (3)Container number 3 Joseph T. Kingsbury, president of University of Utah. View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (4)Container number 4 William H. Corry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (5)Container number 5 U. T. Jones. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (6)Container number 6 Robert W. Heyborn. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (7)Container number 7 John Chatterley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (8)Container number 8 Christopher Jones Arthur. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (9)Container number 9 J. Reuben Clark, second principal of the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (10)Container number 10 N. T. Porter, third principal of the B.N.S. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (11)Container number 11 John Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (12)Container number 12 T. J. Jones. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (13)Container number 13 Francis Webster. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (14)Container number 14 Thomas S. Bladen. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F6Folder number 6 (15)Container number 15 William Dover. (1 photographic print) View Image
B. Haight Family
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (1)Container number 1 Isaac C. Haight. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (2)Container number 2 Isaac Chauncey Haight, age 60. (1 photographic print, 3 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (3)Container number 3 Isaac Chauncey Haight, age 49. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (4)Container number 4 Isaac C. Haight, Utah pioneer of 1847. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (5)Container number 5 Small print of Isaac C. Haight's grave marker. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (6)Container number 6 A very faint print of Isaac C. Haight's grave marker. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (7)Container number 7 A clear print of Isaac C. Haight's grave marker. (1 photographic print) (1 negative) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (8)Container number 8 Eliza Ann Haight's grave marker. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (9)Container number 9 Copy of a missionary letter for Isaac C. Haight. (1 photographic print) (1 negative) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (10)Container number 10 The home of Hyrum Brinkerhoff. In this home's basement Isaac C. Haight was buried for a few months for fear of his enemies. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F7Folder number 7 (11)Container number 11 The grave of Isaac Chauncey Haight. Standing by the marker is Lavon Hoyt Johnson, great-granddaughter, and David, her son. (1 photographic print)
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (12)Container number 12 Copy of a photograph of Isaac C. Haight. (1 photographic print)
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (1)Container number 1 Caroline Eliza Haight, the eldest daughter of Isaac C. Haight and Eliza Ann Snyder Haight. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (2)Container number 2 Eliza Ann Snyder Haight. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (3)Container number 3 Julia Ann Haight, born October 6, 1805. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (4)Container number 4 Carolyn Eliza Haight. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (5)Container number 5 Harriet Adelia Price Haight (?). (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (6)Container number 6 Eliza Anne Snider Haight, age 47. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (7)Container number 7 The home of Isaac Chauncey Haight. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (8)Container number 8 Home of John Parry and Mary Ann Parry, April 1923. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (9)Container number 9 Sarah Ellen Chatterley, Caleb Haight, and Nancy Chatterley Walker. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (10)Container number 10 Front Row (l-r): Rosalia Jocosia Haight, Eliza Ann Price Haight, Hector Haight, Isaac Chauncey Haight, Owen Haight, Isaac Chauncey Haight, Jr., Harriet Adelia Haight. Back Row (l-r): Marie Antoinette Haight, Eliza Ann Haight, Hortense Haight, Mary Eugenia Haight View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (11)Container number 11 The children of Caleb Haight, the sone of Isaac C. Haight. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (12)Container number 12 Daniel Sinclair Macfarlane, Temperance Keturah Haight Macfarlane, and their children. Temperance is the daughter of Isaac C. Haight. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (13)Container number 13 Isaac C. Haight, Eliza Ann Snider Haight, and Mary Ann Haight Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (14)Container number 14 Sally Ann Snider Brinkerhoff and Elisann Snider Haight. (2 photographic prints) View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F8Folder number 8 (15)Container number 15 Isaac Chauncey Haight. (1 photographic print)
C. Caroline Parry
B23Box number 23 F9Folder number 9 (1-10)Container number 1-10 Various portraits of Caroline Parry. (10 photographic prints) View Image View Image View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (1)Container number 1 "Carrie Parry" in San Francisco, California, October 31, 1961. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (2)Container number 2 Caroline Parry in San Francisco, California. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (3)Container number 3 A portrait among bushes. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (4)Container number 4 Caroline in front of a globe. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (5)Container number 5 Taken in 1931. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (6)Container number 6 With an unidentified friend in 1931. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (7)Container number 7 With an unidentified friend in 1931. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (8)Container number 8 Caroline dressed as an Indian. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (9)Container number 9 Caroline working on her art. (1 photographic print, 4 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F10Folder number 10 (10)Container number 10 Different views of Caroline Parry's hairstyle. (5 photographic prints) View Image View Image
D. Parry Family
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (1)Container number 1 Elias Morris. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (2)Container number 2 Mrs. Elias Morris. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (3)Container number 3 Carolyn Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (4)Container number 4 Temperance Keturah Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (5)Container number 5 Grandmother Parry's brother David and his wife Charlotte. View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (6)Container number 6 Pictures of the Parry family. Taken June 28, 1914. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (7)Container number 7 John Parry and Mary Ann Haight Parry on their 50th wedding anniversary. January 11, 1919. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F11Folder number 11 (8)Container number 8 Le Grand Woolley, husband of Caroline K. Parry Woolley. (1 photographic print) View Image
E. Caroline Parry Art Work
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (1)Container number 1 Unidentified bust of a woman as part of a table arrangement. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (2-4)Container number 2-4 Unidentified female busts. (3 photographic prints) View Image View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (5-7)Container number 5-7 "The Little Madonna." (3 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (8)Container number 8 "Blind Rena", a bust of a Paiute woman (facing east). (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (9)Container number 9 "Blind Rena", a bust of a Paiute woman (facing west). (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F12Folder number 12 (10)Container number 10 The temporary studio of Caroline Parry. "The Pine-nut Gatherer," "The Medicine Man," "A Low Relief - Morning Camp," "Moccasin Tom," "The Scout," and "The Great-grandmother." January 1934. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F13Folder number 13 (1-2)Container number 1-2 The bust of "Moccasin Tom," a Ute Indian. (2 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F13Folder number 13 (3-4)Container number 3-4 The bust of a young artist friend named Frank Kent. (2 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F13Folder number 13 (5-6)Container number 5-6 The sculpture of an Indian mother and infant. (2 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F13Folder number 13 (7-9)Container number 7-9 Sculpture of the "Pine-nut Gatherer." (3 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F13Folder number 13 (10)Container number 10 Caroline Parry working on one of her busts with the subject standing nearby. (1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F14Folder number 14 (1)Container number 1 Caroline Parry standing near one of her sculptures - June 1926.(1 photographic print, 2 copies) View Image
B23Box number 23 F14Folder number 14 (2-5)Container number 2-5 Different views of sculptures - November 1925. (4 photographic prints) View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F14Folder number 14 (6-8)Container number 6-8 "Unanchored." (3 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F14Folder number 14 (9)Container number 9 Television program - Winter 1953. (1 photographic print) View Image
B23Box number 23 F14Folder number 14 (10-11)Container number 10-11 Caroline Parry working on one of her paintings. (2 photographic prints) View Image
B23Box number 23 F15Folder number 15 (1-10)Container number 1-10 Paintings of floral arrangements. (10 positives) View Image View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F16Folder number 16 (1-10)Container number 1-10 Paintings of floral arrangements. (10 positives) View Image View Image View Image
B23Box number 23 F17Folder number 17 (1-21)Container number 1-21 Paintings of floral arrangements. Multiple copies of some arrangements. (21 positives) View Image View Image
F. Buildings and Land
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (1)Container number 1 Palace of Fine Art, World's Fair 1915 in San Francisco, California. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (2)Container number 2 Inside the Mormon Tabernacle. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (3)Container number 3 Two copies of a pile of rocks which marks the spot where John D. Lee was shot be the U.S. soldiers on March 23, 1877. It has been replaced by a monument. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (4)Container number 4 Two copies of the wash near the spot where the immigrants took their defense - September 1857. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (5)Container number 5 Two copies taken at the bottom of the wash. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (6)Container number 6 Two copies taken in the area that the Arkansas party traveled over as they came into the meadows. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (7)Container number 7 Two copies of one view of the Mountain Meadow valley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (8)Container number 8 Two copies of one view of the Mountain Meadow valley. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (9)Container number 9 Design of a blowing machine and framing for the same. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (10)Container number 10 Myra Bullock home. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (11)Container number 11 Salt Lake temple. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (12)Container number 12 Mormon Tabernacle. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (13)Container number 13 Chimney Rock. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F1Folder number 1 (14)Container number 14 The Great White Throne. (1 photographic print) View Image
G. Miscellaneous Art Works
B24Box number 24 F2Folder number 2 (1)Container number 1 Unidentified sculpture. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F2Folder number 2 (2)Container number 2 Pottery arranged on a piece of dyed velvet. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F2Folder number 2 (3)Container number 3 Unidentified portrait bust. (1 photographic print) View Image
H. Friends and Colleagues
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (1)Container number 1 Cyrus E. Dallin, Sr. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (2)Container number 2 Alfred Lambruse (?). (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (3)Container number 3 Dr. Hamilton. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (4)Container number 4 Beatrice Beecher, the granddaughter of Henry Ward Beecher, the grandniece of Harriet Beecher Stow. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (5)Container number 5 Isaac Parry. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (6)Container number 6 May M. Higbee, Nora M. Dalley, Eliza Ann Parry, Temperance Keturah, Bell M. Parry, and Emma M. Adair. (1 photographic print) View Image
B24Box number 24 F3Folder number 3 (7)Container number 7 Eleen Sanders Kimball, Harriett Decker Young, and Clara Decker Young - the first Utah pioneer Women - 1847. (1 photographic print) View Image
I. Miscellaneous
B24Box number 24 F4Folder number 4 (1-10)Container number 1-10 Ten unidentified men, women, and groups. (10 photographic prints) View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image View Image
V. Clippings
A. Fine Arts
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Cedar City Takes Steps for Permanent Gallery."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Branch College Awards Parry Speech Medal."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "A new book - A must on your reading agenda 'I Would To God!'"
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Woman's Award."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  Untitled article about Caroline Parry.
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "WPA Sculptors Finish Exhibits."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Art Exhibits open at Cedar City."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Cedar City Recipient of Indian Sculpture."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "'Wildflowers of the Rockies' is theme of Parry Paintings."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Art Exhibit Features Work of Former Cedar City Resident."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Art Barn Exhibits One-man Show of Caroline Parry's Flower Works."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Reception Sunday to honor Miss Caroline Parry."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Former Resident to Exhibit work at Local art gallery."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Art Guild Notes."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Californian Show and Evans Exhibit join at Art Barn."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Ten Utah Artists assigned to work on CWA Projects."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  Photo and caption of Caroline Parry.
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Literary Club to Hear Plays."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Cedar City Artist Opens series of exhibits."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Sculptor Carries on Tradition."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Women Who Lead."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Student of Plastic Art back from work in Eastern Studios."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Utah Descendants of Revolution set meeting Saturday."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Artist Returns."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Former Cedar Lady to do Art Work for state and nation."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Auction to Aid Workers at Art Center."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "SUSC Displays Works of Caroline Parry Woolley."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Sculptor carries on Tradition."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  Untitled society column.
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Public Federal Artists Auction tea billed for Friday."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Tea, Reception being held at Art Center today."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  "Salt Lakers Promise Support for New Utah Art Center."
B24Box number 24 F5Folder number 5  Captioned art photograph.
B. National News and Politics
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  The Salt Lake Tribune - November 24, 1964.
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "4 Jap Cities Bombed."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "The Utah Democrat" - September 20, 1963.
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "Letters of the Presidents," by H. Jack Lang. 17 articles.
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "Rail Crisis proves LBJ master at bargaining."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "Hoover's 90 years span era of change."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "Words to Live by - The White House."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "The Governor's Shoes."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "Caroline Kennedy smiles, but the mist still clouds those blue eyes."
B24Box number 24 F6Folder number 6  "The Kennedy Wit."
B27Box number 27 I5Unit number 5  "The War of 1812 and of 1861 Revealed to him."
C. Pioneers and State News
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Wholesome Recreation Sustained Spirits of Utah Pioneers."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "We'll call it 'Iron County," Mormons said."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Monument to mark iron site."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "South Utah Metropolis."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "The Donners blazed the Mormon Trail."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Mormon Minute Men."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Only 14 Survivors."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Books scarce in early school."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Deseret Alphabet Presents Questions."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Parowan's celebrated petroglyphs."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Steel in Utah seen part of modern epoch."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Pioneer concept of civic and political life in early day Utah."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Nauvoo, the beautiful."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Centennial activities start Saturday; will honor Cedar's founding."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Eerie Utah ghost towns draw tourist spotlight."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Reaching for the sky."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "The town Ebenezer Hanks built."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Rockville."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "This was Promontory."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Johnston's Army called it home."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Citadel on the Mesa."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "The Salt Lake Theatre."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Social Hall."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Home of Past has a bright future."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Old City Hall."
B24Box number 24 F7Folder number 7  "Tragic Story of Mountain Meadows Massacre now told by Sole Survivor."
(1-2) "Justice at last!" and "The Confession!" Both are removed to the small map case.
D. Miscellaneous
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Murder on the trail."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Jim Bridger strides West Trail."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Diaries of John D. Lee uncover saga of a lusty young Utah."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Now on the Press - Autobiography of John Brown."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "A letter to Mom and Dad."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Indians leave mark in state names."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Thriving Mormons of old Mexico."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Here Comes the Pony."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Words to live by - The Irish Question."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Newspaperboy bash!"
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Junior Journalists broadcast from station KDYL."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Dad, Poor Dad, there's nothing in your closet and we're feeling so sad."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Mrs. Carleson elected head of Pen League."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Smithsonian Institution to get famed photographer's camera."
B24Box number 24 F8Folder number 8  "Mormons Taught Indians to till land."
E. Scrapbook
B24Box number 24 F9Folder number 9  Various clippings gathered by Caroline Parry.
VI. Books
A. Journals
B25Box number 25 I1Unit number 1  John Parry's mission journal - 1877.
B25Box number 25 I2Unit number 2  John Parry's mission journal - 1875-76.
B25Box number 25 I4Unit number 4  Anonymous diary - September 24, 1884 - October 22, 1884.
B25Box number 25 I5Unit number 5  Journal of Isaac C. Haight.
B. Other
B25Box number 25 I3Unit number 3  Sacred Hymns and Spiritual Songs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
B25Box number 25 I6Unit number 6  Mormonism Unveiled; or The Life and confessions of the late Mormon bishop, John D. Lee.
B25Box number 25 I7Unit number 7  The Mountain Meadow Massacre.
B25Box number 25 I8Unit number 8  Utonian - 1917.
B25Box number 25 I9Unit number 9  The Sermon on the Mount.
B25Box number 25 I10Unit number 10  Spencer's Letters.
B27Box number 27 I1Unit number 1  Cyclopedia of Choice Prose, Volume 1.
B27Box number 27 I2Unit number 2  Route from Liverpool to Great Salt Lake Valley.
B27Box number 27 I3Unit number 3  Willy Pogauy's Drawing Lessons.
B27Box number 27 I4Unit number 4  The torch is passed...
C. Little Leather Library
B26Box number 26 I1Unit number 1  Speeches and Letters of George Washington.
B26Box number 26 I2Unit number 2  The Gold Bug.
B26Box number 26 I3Unit number 3  Barrack-room Ballads.
B26Box number 26 I4Unit number 4  The Ballad of Reading Gaol and Other Poems.
B26Box number 26 I5Unit number 5  Will O' the Mill and Markhiem.
B26Box number 26 I6Unit number 6  A Child's Garden of Verses.
B26Box number 26 I7Unit number 7  Fifty Best Poems of America.
B26Box number 26 I8Unit number 8  The Poems and Songs of Robert Burns.
B26Box number 26 I9Unit number 9  Short Stories.
B26Box number 26 I10Unit number 10  At the End of the Passage and The Mutiny of the Mavericks.
B26Box number 26 I11Unit number 11  Tales of Sherlock Holmes.
B26Box number 26 I12Unit number 12  The Greatest Thing in the World.
B26Box number 26 I13Unit number 13  Friendship and other essays.
B26Box number 26 I14Unit number 14  Salome, a tragedy in one act.
B26Box number 26 I15Unit number 15  Fifty Best Poems of England.
B26Box number 26 I16Unit number 16  The Happy Prince and other tales.
B26Box number 26 I17Unit number 17  The Courtship of Miles Standish.
B26Box number 26 I18Unit number 18  The Coming of Arthur.
B26Box number 26 I19Unit number 19  Poems and Plays.
B26Box number 26 I20Unit number 20  The Sidewalks of New York.
B26Box number 26 I21Unit number 21  The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and other poems.
B26Box number 26 I22Unit number 22  Dreams.
B26Box number 26 I23Unit number 23  The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
B26Box number 26 I24Unit number 24  A Midsummer Night's Dream.
B26Box number 26 I25Unit number 25  The Man Without a Country.
B26Box number 26 I26Unit number 26  Lays of Ancient Rome.
B26Box number 26 I27Unit number 27  Enoch Arden and other poems.
B26Box number 26 I28Unit number 28  Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson.
VII. Artifacts
Family and Personal Items
B28Box number 28 I1Unit number 1  Doll that may have been sculpted by Caroline Parry in a white lace dress.
B29Box number 29 I1Unit number 1  A small jar made in China.
B29Box number 29 I2Unit number 2  Small case for needles.
B29Box number 29 I3Unit number 3  Letter-opener or small knife made in Japan.
B29Box number 29 I4Unit number 4  Small statute made in Japan or China.
B29Box number 29 I5Unit number 5  A "W" initial stamp.
B29Box number 29 I6Unit number 6  Black beaded purse.
B29Box number 29 I7Unit number 7  A small piece of crocheted lace.
B29Box number 29 I8Unit number 8  Native American ornament.
B30Box number 30 I1Unit number 1  "A skein of spun silk from Utah's Dixie - the silk industry had a very good start about 1860 or 70." - Caroline Parry
B30Box number 30 I2Unit number 2  A work of pottery marked C. Parry, Salt Lake, Utah, 1940.
B30Box number 30 I3Unit number 3  A jewelry box with miscellaneous jewelry, buttons, and needles.
B30Box number 30 I4Unit number 4  "This wooden chain was whittled from a willow. Cut from a clump near the spring at our ranch in Cedar Canyon by a sheepherder who later became a cobbler in Cedar City, Mr. Crouse. He made it for me." - CKP.
B31Box number 31 I1Unit number 1  The face of an unknown woman - possibly CKP.
B31Box number 31 I2Unit number 2  Candle-holder?
B31Box number 31 I3Unit number 3  A set of weaving cards.
B31Box number 31 I4Unit number 4  A weaving project that was just set up.
B31Box number 31 I5Unit number 5  Extra string and a crochet hook.
B31Box number 31 I6Unit number 6  A weaving project that was started but not finished.
B31Box number 31 I7Unit number 7  A completed needlepoint.
B31Box number 31 I8Unit number 8  Candle snuffer.
B31Box number 31 I9Unit number 9  Decorative bowl stand.
B31Box number 31 I10Unit number 10  "An iron blade that was used in my parents home. It must have ben a tool made in the Deseret Iron Works." - Caroline Parry
B31Box number 31 I11Unit number 11  Miscellaneous small tools.
B32Box number 32  Three works of pottery by Caroline Parry.
B33Box number 33 I1Unit number 1  A piece of a four widths petticoat made from cotton grown on her father's farm in Toquerville, Washington County, Utah.
B33Box number 33 I2Unit number 2  Linen towel used by Mary Ann Haight Parry.
B33Box number 33 I3Unit number 3  Swastika brought by Leo May from Germany.
B33Box number 33 I4Unit number 4  Black vest - probably worm by Isaac Haight or John Parry.
B33Box number 33 I5Unit number 5  Rug - probably woven by Caroline Parry.
B33Box number 33 I6Unit number 6  Another piece of weaving that appears to be from the same material as the rug.
B33Box number 33 I7Unit number 7  A piece of needlework.
The following three (3) items have been removed to the vault for safekeeping: a gun, a silver dollar, and a watch.