George Albert Smith Family photograph collection, 1870s-1950s  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
George Albert Smith Family photograph collection
Dates
1870s-1950s (inclusive)
Quantity
25 boxes of photographs
Collection Number
P0036
Summary
The George Albert Smith Family photograph collection contains photographs mostly centered on George Albert Smith and his time as President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Materials must be used on-site; advance notice suggested. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

The following biographies of members of the Smith family are based on information taken primarily from Andrew Jenson's Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia, (Jenson History Company: Salt Lake City, 1901-1936) as well as other sources. Only biographies for the major individuals who have papers in the collection have been included. A pedigree chart of the George Albert Smith family has been added at the end of the biographies, as well as a chart showing the members of the Smith family who held presiding positions in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

George A. Smith (1817-1875)

George Albert Smith, first counselor to President Brigham Young from 1868 to 1875, was the first son of Patriarch John Smith and Clarissa Lyman, and a cousin to the Prophet Joseph Smith. He was born June 26, 1817, in Potsdam, New York, and was brought up in the Congregational Church. In August of 1830, the father of Joseph Smith and his brother Don Carlos visited their relatives and brought with them a copy of the Book of Mormon. George A. read a great deal in the "Golden Bible," as it was popularly called, and after discussions with Joseph Smith, Sr., George A. was converted. However, he was not baptized until September 10, 1832.

In May of 1833, the family moved to Kirtland, Ohio. Immediately upon reaching Kirtland, George A. became interested in the affairs of the church, and was available for any duty required. He spent many nights guarding the houses of the brethren who were in danger from attack, and during the summer and fall, he quarried and hauled rock for the Kirtland Temple, helped the masons, and performed other labors.

The following year, in May 1834, George A. started from Kirtland with Zion's Camp for the State of Missouri, and returned again to Kirtland in the summer. He was ordained a member of the Quorum of the Seventy on March 1, 1835, under the hands of Joseph Smith, Sr., Joseph Smith, Jr., and Sidney Rigdon. He was the junior member of the First Quorum of Seventy. On May 30 he was appointed to a mission in the East. In the spring of 1836, he received his endowments in the Kirtland Temple, after which he performed a mission in Ohio. In the spring of 1837 he was again on a mission in Ohio and Virginia for about a year.

In 1838, George A. emigrated with his father's family to Davies County, Missouri, where he was ordained a high counselor on June 28, 1838. That autumn, he was sent on a mission to Kentucky and Tennessee. Upon his return he moved with his father's family to Illinois. In 1839, he returned to Far West, Missouri, and on April 26, 1839, he was ordained one of the Twelve Apostles. He returned to Illinois where he started for England on a mission in September. He remained in England for over a year and then returned to Nauvoo, Illinois, in July 1841. On the 24th of July he married Bathsheba W. Bigler.

In the summer and fall of 1843, George A. traveled in the middle and eastern states preaching. In the spring of 1844, he was preaching in Michigan when he heard of the death of Joseph Smith and immediately returned to Nauvoo. Upon returning, he was elected quartermaster of the Nauvoo Legion (September 17, 1844) and was also elected a trustee of the Nauvoo House Association. He participated in erecting the building until the fall of 1845. "Before leaving the Temple of Nauvoo," wrote George A., "my wife, under the law of Abraham and Sarah, gave me five wives, viz: Lucy Smith, born February 9, 1817, at Newry, Maine; Nancy Clement, born October 31, 1815, at Dryden, Tompkins County, N.Y.; Sarah Ann Libby, born May 7, 1818, at Ossipee, Stratford County, N.H.; and Hannah Maria Libby, born June 29, 1828, at Ossipee, Stratford County, N.H." He also married Susan E. West after he reached Great Salt Lake Valley. His wives bore him twenty children, eleven of whom, among them Apostle John Henry Smith, were still living when George A. died. Early in February of 1846, George A. Smith crossed the Mississippi River with his family. The ensuing winter he remained with the main camp at Winter Quarters where his third wife and four of his children died of scurvy.

In 1847 George A. accompanied Brigham Young and a company of pioneers to the Great Basin. He planted some crops and built a house for his father in the fort before returning to Winter Quarters. In 1848 he moved to the neighborhood of Kanesville and operated a farm. In 1849 he was in charge of emigration in Council Bluffs, organizing and starting the companies on their journey to Utah. With the last of the companies he started to the Great Salt Lake with his family and arrived on October 27, 1849.

George A. was elected to the senate of the Provisional State of Deseret. In December 1850, he raised a company of 118 volunteers, accompanied by about 30 families, for the purpose of establishing a colony near the Little Salt Lake in Iron County. The company was organized at Peteetneet Creek (Payson), Utah County. They arrived at Centre Creek, 265 miles from Salt Lake City, on January 13, 1851. This place had been designated by Elder Parley P. Pratt and a company of explorers as the most suitable place in Little Salt Lake Valley for a settlement.

The organization of Iron County had been provided for by the General Assembly of Deseret. They had elected George A. chief justice, with the power to proceed with its further organization. An election was held and two associate justices, county recorder, treasurer, sheriff, assessor and collector, justice of the peace, constable, and a member of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of Deseret were elected. In the winter of 1850 to 1851, the settlers constructed a fort, in which were located homes and a meeting house to serve for meetings, school, and watch tower for the town named Parowan. George A. taught school during the first winter. At the first territorial election in August 1851, he was elected a member of the council of the legislative assembly. He was commissioned postmaster of Centre Creek on October 29, 1851, and colonel of cavalry in the Iron Military District on the 29th of November by Governor Brigham Young. Afterward he was placed in command of the militia of the southern part of the territory.

In 1852 George A. left Iron County and was appointed to preside over the affairs of the church in Utah County. He traveled and preached a great deal in all the settlements over which he had care. At the general conference of the church in April 1854, he was elected historian and general church recorder, and immediately went to work compiling the documentary history of Joseph Smith. On February 2, 1855, he was admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Utah and received his certificate as an attorney, counselor-at-law, and solicitor in chancery. He was elected a member of the convention and served on the committee which drafted a constitution for admission of Utah into the Union as a state. On March 27, 1856, he was elected by the convention to present (along with John Taylor, a delegate to Congress) the constitution and accompanying memorial to Congress.

In 1856 to 1857, during a journey of about eleven months in the states, and in addition to his duties as a delegate, George A. preached in the states of Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri. On April 11, 1866, he received from Governor Charles Durkee the commission of brigadier-general and was appointed aid-de-camp to the lieutenant-general of the Nauvoo Legion. At the 1868 October LDS conference, he was appointed to succeed the late Heber C. Kimball as first counselor to Brigham Young. George A. worked to establish the provisional government of the State of Deseret, and afterward to organize and enact laws for the government of the Territory of Utah. He was elected a member of the first legislature and reelected to every succeeding session but one through 1870.

George A. Smith was recognized as the father of the southern settlements, the chief of which, St. George, was named in his honor. He was president of several irrigation canal companies and was foremost in public enterprises leading to the occupation and development of the country, the establishment of home industries, and of commercial relations among the people that would tend to make them free and independent of other communities and at the same time utilize their natural resources.

On October 15, 1872, George A. started on a mission to the various European nations and to Jerusalem. During his absence he was appointed trustee-in-trust for the church, an office he held until his death. After his return he gave considerable attention to the building of the temple at St. George. He was a zealous advocate and laborer in the establishment of the United Order among the people. In the spring of 1875 George A. Smith was attacked by a severe cold which settled in his lungs. He was ill through the summer and passed away September 1, 1875.

Elias Smith (1804-1888)

Elias Smith, president of the high priests in the church from 1870 to 1877 and president of the High Priest Quorum in Salt Lake Stake from 1877 to 1888, was born September 6, 1804, in Royalton, Vermont, the son of Asael and Elizabeth Schellenger Smith. In 1809, his father immigrated to Stockholm, New York, where Elias was raised on a farm with few opportunities for schooling. At the age of twenty-one, he entered public life and held various offices in the town of Stockholm. He also taught school for several terms.

The announcement of a new faith by his cousin, Joseph, drew several members of the Smith family into the new church. Apostle George A. Smith was a missionary at the age of sixteen, but his elder cousin Elias was thirty-one years of age when he joined the Mormon Church. After the organization of the church, Joseph Smith, Sr., first patriarch of the church, with his son Don Carlos, paid the families of his brothers Asael, Samuel, Silas, and John a visit in August 1830, and brought them the Book of Mormon. They all expressed interest in the new religion, but none of them were baptized until 1835, except John Smith, later patriarch of the church and father of Apostle George A. Smith. In 1835, Hyrum Smith and David Whitmer visited the area and the families of Asael and Silas were baptized, most of them on the first of July. However, Elias was not baptized until August 27, 1835. The next morning he was ordained an elder. In the town and neighborhood of Stockholm they established a branch of the church and in May 1836, the families of Asael and Silas Smith, with their converts, started for Kirtland, Ohio.

In 1837 and 1838, Elias Smith taught school at Kirtland. In the latter part of 1837, several of the original Twelve and other prominent men sought to divide the church. Joseph Smith, Jr., his brother Hyrum, Sidney Rigdon, Brigham Young, and other leaders fled from Kirtland. A company of over six hundred of the remaining faithful members was organized to follow their leaders to Far West. This company, known as Kirtland Camp, was under seven captains, among them was Elias Smith. They left Kirtland early in July 1838 and arrived at Far West on the second of October. From Far West they went to Adam-Ondi-Ahman, where they disbanded. Scarcely had the company disbanded when the army of Governor Lilburn Boggs marched upon Far West to drive the Mormons en masse out of Missouri. Elias Smith was one of the defenders of Far West who were forced to give up their arms and one of the members of the committee chosen to effect removal of the Saints from Missouri to Illinois. He was among the last to leave Far West.

Elias settled in Nashville, Illinois, four miles from Nauvoo. In the organization of the stake in Lee County, he was made a high counselor and subsequently ordained to act as bishop of the stake, a position he held until the stake was disbanded when he moved to Nauvoo. At Nauvoo he was associated with the press and became the manager of the Times and Seasons and the Nauvoo Neighbor. After the assassination of his cousins Joseph and Hyrum, he followed the leadership of Brigham Young, as did Apostle George A. Smith and his father John, who was now chief patriarch of the church.

Elias Smith left Nauvoo with his family in May 1846, intending to go with the body of the church to the Rocky Mountains that year. However, he was unable to do so and moved to Iowaville, Iowa, where his mother died in October 1846 and his father in July 1848. In 1851, he emigrated to Utah and soon after was elected probate judge of Salt Lake County by the legislature. He continued in this office until 1882. In 1852 he was appointed one of the three members of the Code Commission with Albert Carrington and William Snow. Elias was chairman. Their duty was to present to the legislature those laws best adapted to the conditions and character of the people.

In addition to his judicial duties, Judge Smith was business manager of the Deseret News under Willard Richards, and was postmaster of Salt Lake City from July 1854 to 1858. In 1856, he became editor of the Deseret News until September 1862, when he was succeeded by Albert Carrington. Afterwards, he confined himself almost exclusively to his judicial duties. In 1862, he was a member of the Constitutional Convention, and one of the committee members who drafted a constitution for the state.

Elias Smith was a bachelor until the age of forty-one. He married Lucy Brown in Nauvoo on August 6, 1845. She was born in England on January 4, 1820, joined the Mormon Church in 1842, and arrived in Nauvoo in 1843. She was the mother of Elias A. Smith, who succeeded his father as judge in Salt Lake County. Elias Smith died at his home in Salt Lake City on June 24, 1888.

John Henry Smith (1848-1911)

John Henry Smith, who served in the Council of Twelve Apostles from 1880 to 1910, was the son of President George A. Smith and Sarah Libby. He was born at Carbunca, near Kanesville (now Council Bluffs), Iowa on September 18, 1848. His grandfather, Patriarch John Smith, was one of the sons of Asael and Mary Smith. John Henry was a little over a year old when he was brought to Great Salt Lake City in October 1849. His mother, who had been an invalid for years, died on June 12, 1851. John Henry was then put into the care of his mother's sister, Hannah Maria, who was also his father's wife. His father, George A., was absent from home when John Henry's mother died. In July 1852, his father moved his wives Lucy and Hannah to Provo, and there John Henry lived under the care of two mothers. His father's family was at this time widely scattered, some living in Salt Lake City, others in Provo, and some in Parowan. George A. spent only a small portion of his time at home, as the duties of his church demanded almost his entire attention. On September 18, 1856, John Henry was baptized and confirmed a member of the church by his father. He attended school in Provo and Salt Lake City.

On October 29, 1866, John Henry married Sarah Farr, daughter of Lorin and Nancy Chase Farr of Ogden. After their marriage, the young couple moved to Provo where John Henry worked as a telegraph operator. Sometime during the summer of 1867, he was chosen by Bishop W. A. Follett to be his counselor and aide in the government of the Fourth Ward. He remained in this position until the time the Pacific Railroad was nearly completed. Then, he left Provo and worked for Benson, Farr, and West, aiding them in the building of two hundred miles of the Central Pacific Railway. When the work was completed, John Henry spent a number of years in his father's employment. During the 1872 session of the territorial legislature, he was assistant clerk of the House of Representatives, and also acted as assistant clerk in the Constitutional Convention.

At the general conference of the church held in May 1874, John Henry was called on a mission to Europe. He arrived in Liverpool on July 26 of that year, visited a few days with his cousin President Joseph F. Smith, and was appointed to the Birmingham conference. Subsequently, he visited most of the conferences in Great Britain, and in 1875, in company with President Joseph F. Smith and other elders, visited Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, and France. John Henry was ordered home in July 1875 when his father became sick. He arrived in time to spend fifteen days at his father's bedside. His father died September 1, 1875.

John Henry then spent several years in the employment of the Utah Central Railway Company while continuing with his duties in the church. On November 22, 1875, he was ordained a high priest and bishop by President Brigham Young, and was set apart to preside over the Seventeenth Ward of Salt Lake City. In February 1876, he was elected a member of the City Council from the Third Precinct. He was reelected twice and served six years altogether. In August 1882, he was elected a member of the territorial legislature. During the excitement attending the passage of the first Edmunds law, John Henry and Moses Thatcher were dispatched to Washington, D.C. to work with Elder George Q. Cannon in using their influence against the law's passage. They found it impossible, however, and after a month returned home. In April 1877, John Henry married his second wife, Josephine Groesbeck, a daughter of Nicholas Groesbeck. He was ordained an apostle on October 27, 1880, and two years later was sent to preside over the European Mission.

In addition to his ecclesiastical duties, John Henry figured prominently in political affairs. He served on the Salt Lake City Council and as a member of the territorial legislature; he was an active Republican from the time the People's party and Liberal party divided along national political lines. He was president of the convention that formed the constitution under which Utah was admitted as a state. When he became an apostle, John Henry devoted almost all of his time to public duties. A number of times he attended the sessions of the Irrigation and the Trans-Mississippi Congresses as a delegate. He was also summoned to Washington, D.C. in 1904 to appear as a witness before the Senate committee on Privileges and Elections in the case of Senator Reed Smoot. Because his time was so devoted to public affairs, Apostle Smith did not engage personally to any great extent in business enterprises, although he was connected with a number of leading business institutions of the state as an officer or director.

President Joseph F. Smith selected John Henry Smith as his second counselor in April 1910. The duties pertaining to his office were discharged by John Henry until his death in Salt Lake City October 13, 1911.

George Albert Smith (1870-1951)

George Albert Smith, eighth president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was born on April 4, 1870, in Salt Lake City, Utah, the son of John Henry and Sarah Farr Smith. He received his early education in the Salt Lake City public schools and later attended Brigham Young Academy. When his father (an apostle in the church) left on a mission to Europe in 1883, "George A.," as he was often called, returned to Salt Lake City and was employed by Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Institution (ZCMI). Subsequently, he took a position with the Co-op Wagon and Machine Company and later took courses at the University of Utah. Graduating from this institution, he returned to ZCMI where he worked until June 1892, when he was called on a mission to the Southern States. After five months in the field, he was transferred to the office at Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he became secretary of the mission.

Prior to his departure on his mission on May 25, 1892, George Albert married Lucy Emily Woodruff, a granddaughter of Wilford Woodruff, fourth president of the church. His wife joined him on his mission and they returned home in July 1894. Also prior to his mission, George Albert was ordained a member of the Quorum of the Seventy by his father John Henry Smith, and was also chosen as a president of the Third Quorum of Seventy. After returning from his mission, he took his old position at ZCMI, where he remained until February 10, 1898, when he became receiver of the United States Land Office under an appointment made by President William McKinley. He was reappointed to the same position by President Theodore Roosevelt on March 27, 1902, a position he still held when he was called as an apostle in October 1903. At that time he also held the position of president of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association in the Salt Lake Stake. At the church's general conference on October 6, 1903, George Albert was sustained as a member of the Council of the Twelve and two days later he was ordained an apostle by President Joseph F. Smith.

George Albert's active life resulted in a serious physical breakdown in 1909 which took him out of activity for more than two years. It was late in 1912 before he was sufficiently improved to be able to resume his activities.

In June 1919, George Albert left Salt Lake City to preside over the European Mission in Liverpool, England. In 1921, soon after his return to Salt Lake, he was chosen general superintendent of the Young Men's Mutual Improvement Association. On May 8 of the following year, he attended the national convention of the Sons of the American Revolution, and was elected vice-president general for the Pacific and Rocky Mountain states. He held this position by reelection until he became president of the church and found it necessary to resign.

George Albert visited Alaska in 1931. In 1932 he received the honor of being elected to the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America, which position he held until he became president of the church. In 1934 scouting paid him the highest honor by awarding him the Silver Buffalo.

George Albert Smith was a leader in the area of preserving and marking historic trails and landmarks of the West. He served, from its foundation, as president of the Utah Pioneer Trails and Landmarks Association, and was as chairman of the "This is the Place" Monument Commission. He presided as master of ceremonies at the centennial of the pioneers' arrival in the Salt Lake Valley.

On November 5, 1937, his wife Lucy Emily died at their home in Salt Lake City. Just a few months after her death, George Albert accepted an assignment from the First Presidency to make a tour of the Pacific Missions of the church. He was set apart as president of the Council of the Twelve Apostles on July 8, 1943. Two years later, on May 21, 1945, George Albert became president of the church at the age of seventy-five. He succeeded President Heber J. Grant, whose death occurred a week earlier.

His appointment as president of the church carried with it the presidency of several large business interests and made him a power in the business affairs of the intermountain country. He was president of Beneficial Life Insurance Company, Heber J. Grant and Company, Utah Hotel Company, Utah Home Fire Insurance Company, Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, Utah State National Bank, Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company, and Zion Securities Corporation. He was also vice-president and director of Utah Savings Bank and Trust Company, and director of Western Air Lines, Inc., and Salt Lake Union Depot Company. He died in his Salt Lake City home on April 4, 1951, after being ill for several months.

Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith (1869-1937)

Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith, daughter of Wilford, Jr., and Emily Jane Smith Woodruff, was born January 10, 1869 in St. Thomas, Arizona (now part of Nevada). Her parents had been called there on a pioneering mission in 1867. Upon being released from their mission the family moved to Randolph, in Northern Utah, and later to Salt Lake City where her mother died on May 8, 1878.

After graduating from the public schools and attending the University of Utah for a year and a half, Lucy W. received clerical training in the office of the city and county surveyor and in the office of the county recorder. She became an expert in record keeping and map making. This training proved valuable for the performance of her assigned duties in the office of the Southern States Mission in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where she had been called as a missionary with her husband, George Albert Smith, whom she had married on May 25, 1892. Upon her return from the Southern States Mission, Lucy W. served in the positions of ward president in the Seventeenth Ward Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association (YLMIA) and counselor to the Salt Lake Stake president successively. In 1894, when the Salt Lake Stake YLMIA was organized, Lucy W. was selected as treasurer.

In 1900, the Granite and Jordan stakes were formed out of the southern portion of the Salt Lake Stake and Lucy W. Smith was selected as first counselor to the president of the Salt Lake Stake YLMIA. The Stake was again divided in 1904 and the new Salt Lake State YLMIA was organized with Lucy W. as president. In October 1908, Lucy W. was called as an aide to the General Board of the YLMIA. She attended many conventions and conferences of stakes and local organizations. Besides her work in the YLMIA, for several years Lucy W. was a member of the Seventeenth Ward choir; a member, teacher, and secretary of Sunday School; and a charter member of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers and Daughters of the American Revolution.

In 1903, Lucy W. was one of a group who visited Great Britain, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and France. In June 1919, she accompanied her husband and two children to England, her husband having been appointed to preside over the European Mission of the church. While residing in England, she visited on the continent and represented the YLMIA to the International Council of Women Congress held in Oslo (Christiana) Norway in the fall of 1920. On November 5, 1937, Lucy W. died at her home in Salt Lake City.

Emily Smith Stewart (1895-1973)

Emily Smith Stewart, the first child of George Albert and Lucy E. Woodruff Smith, was born on November 19, 1895 in Salt Lake City. In her youth she attended public schools in Salt Lake City and St. George, Utah, as well as in Santa Monica, California. She attended the University of Utah and the Nurses Training School at LDS Hospital, graduating as a registered nurse in 1918.

On February 1, 1918, Emily Smith married Robert Murray Stewart, the son of James G. and Lillian M. Murray Stewart. Robert Stewart was born on February 17, 1891, in Bauld Hill, Pennsylvania, and died on November 3, 1960. Robert Murray and Emily Smith Stewart had three children, Robert Murray, Jr., Shauna, and Martha ReJune.

Emily Smith Stewart devoted a great amount of time to civic and social services. During World War I and II she was a volunteer Red Cross nurse. She was chairman of the Intermountain Women's Army Corps Civilian Committee of the Ninth Service Command, served on the Utah State Committee for Russian War Relief, and worked with the USO Spar Committee and Wave Committee during World War II.

In the early 1940s, she volunteered her services to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. She worked in this position until 1963, serving in official positions both in the Salt Lake County Chapter and in the National Women's Advisory Committee for the March of Dimes. In 1957, she received a citation from President Dwight D. Eisenhower for her efforts on behalf of the physically handicapped. She was selected Woman of the Year in 1966 by La Sertoma International, an auxiliary of Sertoma International.

Emily Smith Stewart was affiliated with Beta Sigma Phi, Alpha Iota, Soroptomis International, the Salt Lake Council of Women, the Salt Lake County Welfare Committee, and Phi Delta Beta Mothers Club. She belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Society of Mayflower Descendants, and the Daughter of Utah Pioneers. She was also treasurer of the George Washington Bi-Centennial Celebration Committee, served twelve years on the Primary General Board of the LDS Church, and was an advisor to the General Assembly of the United States delegation to the United Nations. She traveled widely in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. While visiting her daughter in Socorro, New Mexico, Emily Smith Stewart died on February 28, 1973.

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The photographs cover the ancestors and descendents of George Albert Smith. Also included are photos of George Albert Smith's life and his activities as President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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Container(s): Box 1

Container(s) Description
box
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Folder
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Alexander Hale Smith and Bathsheba Smith
  • 1-2: Alexander Hale Smith, son of Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet
  • 3: Bathsheba W. Smith, wife of George A. Smith (circa 1875). President of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 4: Bathsheba W. Smith, circa 1900
  • 5: Bathsheba W. Smith, 1909, plus duplicate
2
Caroline Smith Callister, Charles W. Smith, Chase Smith and Clarissa Smith Williams
  • 6: Caroline Smith Callister, sister of George A. Smith
  • 7: Charles Warren Smith
  • 8: Chase Smith
  • 9: Clarissa Smith Williams, daughter of George A. Smith
3
David J. Smith, Don Carlos Smith and Dorothy Lou Smith
  • 10: David J. Smith (circa 1921)
  • 11: Don Carlos Smith as an infant
  • 12: Don Carlos as a child
  • 13: Don Carlos Smith
  • 14: Dorothy Lou Smith as a baby
  • 15: Dorothy Lou Smith as a baby
  • 16: Dorothy Lou Smith as a young child
4
Edith Smith and Elias Smith
  • 17: Edith Smith
  • 18: Elias Smith
  • 19: Elias Smith
  • 20: Children of Elias Smith: Sarah Smith Colton, Becky Smith Murphy and Hyrum B. Smith
  • 21: Daughters of Lucy Brown Smith and Elias Smith: Lucy E. Acomb, Edith A. Smith and Emily J. Smith Woodruff
  • 22: Sisters of Elias Smith ?
5
Elias A. Smith Jr.
  • 23-27: Elias A. Smith Jr.
  • 28: Elias A. Smith Jr. with his daughters: Lucy Smith Acomb and Edith Ann Smith
6
Elizabeth Smith Cartwright, Elsie Louise Smith, Emma Hale Smith, Esther Martin Smith and Esther Shields Smith
  • 29: Elizabeth Smith Cartwright, daughter of George A. Smith
  • 30: Elizabeth Smith Cartwright
  • 31: Elizabeth Smith Cartwright
  • 32: Elsie Louise Smith, daughter of John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr Smith
  • 33: Emma Hale Smith, wife of Joseph Smith, first president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 34: Esther Martin Smith
  • 35: Esther Shields Smith, wife of Don Carlos Smith
7
Frederick M. Smith and George Smith
  • 36: Frederick M. Smith, son of Joseph and Emma Smith and first president of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 37: Frederick M. Smith
  • 38: George Smith, son of Elias Smith
8
George A. Smith
  • 39: George A. Smith (February 11, 1873)
  • 40-43: George A. Smith
  • 44: George A. Smith, sketch
  • 45: George A. Smith, after a trip to the Holy Land, wearing a Fez
  • 46: George A. Smith, etching
  • 47: George A. Smith, July 1847
  • 48: George A. Smith, drawing
9
Glen G. Smith and Grace Libby Smith Cheever
  • 49: Glen G. Smith, son of John Henry Smith
  • 50: Grace Libby Smith Cheever, daughter of George A. Smith
  • 51: Grace Libby Smith Cheever and Nina Dotson
10
Hannah L. Smith, Helen M. Smith, Hyrum Smith and Hyrum M. Smith
  • 52: Hannah Maria Libby Smith, wife of George A. Smith
  • 53: Hannah Maria Libby Smith
  • 54: Hannah Maria Libby Smith's home, 1889
  • 55: Helen M. Smith
  • 56: Hyrum Smith, brother of Joseph Smith and second Patriarch of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 57: Hyrum M. Smith, son of Joseph F. Smith
11
Isabell S. Knight, Israel A. Smith and Jesse N. Smith
  • 58: Isabell Smith Knight
  • 59: Israel A. Smith, President of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 60: Israel A. Smith
  • 61: Israel A. Smith
  • 62: The First Presidency of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: Israel A. Smith, President; F. H. Edwards and J. F. Garver, councilors
  • 63: Jesse N. Smith
  • 64: Jesse N. Smith
12
John Smith (1781-1854) and John Smith (born 1832)
  • 65: John Smith
  • 66: John Smith
  • 67: John Smith
  • 68: John Smith, son of Hyrum and Mary Smith and father of George Albert Smith
  • 69: John Smith
13
John Henry Smith
  • 70-78:John Henry Smith
14
John Henry Smith
  • 79-85: John Henry Smith
15
John Henry Smith
  • 86-93
16
John Henry Smith
  • 94: Sons of John Henry Smith: Nathaniel Libby Smith and Joseph H. Smith
  • 95: Children of Sarah Farr Smith and John Henry Smith: George Albert, Nathaniel Libbey, Chase, Winslow Farr, Don Carlos, Priscilla, Elsie Louise, and Claire Smith
  • 96: Infant son of John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr Smith
  • 97: The John Henry Smith Family
  • 98: Children of John Henry Smith: George Albert Smith, Winslow Farr Smith, Arzella Smith, Josephine Smith, Elizabeth Smith Rex, and Nancy Clairabell Smith
  • 99: Children of John Henry Smith
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John Henry Smith with groups
  • 100: John Henry Smith seated in a car with an unidentified group of men
  • 101: John Henry Smith at the George A. Smith home with Simon Ewing, Alonzo, Elsie, Emily, Josephine, Zella, and Edith Smith
  • 102: John Henry Smith and his brothers Simon Ewing and Alonzo Smith, 1905

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Container(s): Box 1a

Container(s) Description
box
1a
Folder
18
John Henry Smith and groups
  • 103: John Henry Smith, G. C. Parkinson and Ben E. Rich
  • 104: John Henry Smith, G. C. Parkinson and Ben E. Rich
  • 105: John Henry Smith with Sarah Farr Smith, John Acomb, Lucy Elizabeth Smith Acomb, and German E. Ellsworth
  • 106: John Henry Smith on a pullman car from Salt Lake to Los Angeles with Esther and Claire Smith
  • 107-109: John Henry Smith with groups
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John Henry Smith and groups
  • 110: John Henry Smith and E. H. Williams
  • 111: John Henry Smith with John Cartwright, E. H. Williams, G. C. Lambart, William Wagstaff, W. S. Tanner, John Williams and J. D. Huish
  • 112: John Henry Smith with a group
20
John Henry Smith's family
  • 113: John Henry Smith Jr.
  • 114-117: Infant pictures of John Henry Smith
21
Joseph Smith Jr. first President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and Joseph Smith III, first President of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 118-21: Joseph Smith Jr.
  • 122: Joseph Smith with Samuel H. Smith, Hyrum Smith, David Whitmer, Peter Whitmer and Oliver Cowdery at the organization of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at the home of Peter Whitmer Sr., Fayette, New York, April 6, 1830
  • 123-24: Joseph Smith III, son of Joseph Smith Jr.
22
Joseph F. Smith, sixth President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • 125: Joseph F. Smith
  • 126: Joseph F. Smith, age 42, 1881
  • 127: Joseph F. Smith, age 51
  • 128: Joseph F. Smith, October 13, 1890
  • 129: Joseph F. Smith, snapshot
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Joseph F. Smith
  • 130: Joseph F. Smith
  • 131: Joseph F. Smith
  • 132: Joseph F. Smith
  • 133: Joseph F. Smith, painting
  • 134: Joseph F. Smith
  • 135: Joseph F. Smith
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Joseph F. Smith and groups
  • 136: Joseph F. Smith and Sarah E. Smith
  • 137: Joseph F. Smith and Lucy M. Smith, Juanetta Smith, Emily Smith Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Robinson, George Albert Smith and Lucy Emily Smith. Photographed at the California Mission Home
  • 138: Joseph F. Smith and Lucy M. Smith, Juanetta Smith, Emily Smith Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Robinson, George Albert Smith and Lucy Emily Smith. Photographed at the California Mission Home
  • 139: Joseph F. Smith with Sarah E. Smith, John R. Winder, Maria B. Winder, George Albert Smith, Lucy E. W. Smith, John Smith, Emily J. Smith, Lucy M. Smith, Rachel Smith, Jeannetta Smith, Frank R. Smith Calvin S. Smith, Joseph F. Nibley, C. W. Sibley and Julia Sibley
  • 140: On the roof of Old Fort St. Augustine, Florida, November 28, 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Nibley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Penrose, Emily Smith Walker and John R. Winder
  • 141: On the roof of Old Fort St. Augustine, Florida, November 28, 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Nibley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Penrose, Emily Smith Walker and John R. Winder
  • 142: Joseph F. Smith and group at St. Augustine, Florida. (circa 1904)
  • 143: Joseph F. Smith with Sarah Ellen Richards Smith, George Albert Smith, C. W. Nibley, John R. Winder and John Smith
  • 144: Joseph F. Smith and party at Kenosha, Wisconsin, December 28, 1905. They just returned from the dedication of the Joseph Smith Monument if Sharon, Vermont
  • 145: Joseph F. Smith with group
  • 146: Joseph F. Smith with group at the beach
  • 147: Joseph F. Smith with group at the beach
  • 148: Joseph F. Smith with group
  • 149: Joseph F. Smith with group

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Container(s): Box 2

Container(s) Description
box
2
folders
1-3
Joseph F. Smith and the Cardston, Utah Tabernacle dedication, July 27, 1913
  • 150-158: Joseph F. Smith at the Cardston, Utah Tabernacle dedication, July 27, 1913
Folder
4
Joseph Harmon Smith, Josephine Grosbeck Smith and Laura Nebecker Smith
  • 159: Joseph Harmon Smith, son of John Henry Smith
  • 160-162: Josephine Grosbeck Smith, wife of John Henry Smith
  • 163: Laura Nebecker Smith, wife of Elias Smith
5
Lib Smith Shields, Lillieth Ann Smith, Lucy B. Smith, Lucy Smith Acomb and Lucy Mack Smith
  • 164: Lib Smith Shields, daughter of John Henry Smith
  • 165: Lillieth Ann Smith Van Dam, daughter of Charles W. Smith
  • 166: Lucy B. Smith, wife of Elias Smith
  • 167-169: Lucy Smith Acomb, daughter of Elias Smith and Aunt of Lucy E. W.
  • 170: Lucy Smith Acomb and family
  • 171: Lucy Smith Acomb and her husband Johnnie Acomb
  • 172: Lucy Mack Smith, mother of the Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith
6
Lucy Messerve Smith, Lucy Smith Millikin, Lura Smith North and Lyle Smith
  • 173-174: Lucy Messerve Smith, wife of George A. Smith
  • 175: Lucy Smith Millikin
  • 176-178: Lura Smith North, daughter of Don Carlos Smith
  • 179-180: Lyle Smith, son of Elias A. Smith Jr.
7
Margaret Smith Parry, Martha Smith, Mary Aiken Smith and Mary Ann Smith Wimmer
  • 181: Margaret Smith Parry, daughter of George A. and Susan West Smith
  • 182-183: Martha Smith
  • 184: Mary Aiken Smith
  • 185: Mary Ann Smith Wimmer and her husband Peter Wimmer
8
Nancy Clairabell Smith
  • 186-194: Nancy Clairabell Smith, daughter of John Henry Smith
9
Sarah Farr Smith
  • 195: Sarah Farr Smith, wife of John Henry Smith and mother of George Albert Smith
  • 196: Sarah Farr Smith with son John Henry Smith Jr.
  • 197: Sarah Farr Smith with her husband John Henry Smith
  • 198: Sarah Farr Smith with George Albert Smith
  • 199: Sarah Farr Smith with her sister Nina Farr Rich
  • 200-203: Sarah Farr Smith
10
Nicholas G. Smith, S. H. B. Smith, Sarah Maria Smith Colton, Simon Ewing Smith, Stanley Shields Smith, Susan West Smith and Winslow Farr Smith
  • 204: Nicholas G. Smith
  • 205: S. H. B. Smith
  • 206-07: Sarah Maria Smith Colton, wife of George A. Smith
  • 208: Simon Ewing Smith
  • 209: Stanley Shields Smith, son of Don Carlos and Esther Shields Smith
  • 210: Susan West Smith, wife of George A. Smith
  • 211-212: Winslow Farr Smith
folders
11-23
George Albert Smith
  • 213-319: George Albert Smith

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Container(s): Box 3

Container(s) Description Dates
box
3
Folder
1
George Albert Smith
  • 320: George Albert Smith
  • 321-23: Portrait of President George Albert Smith
2
George Albert Smith's funeral
  • 324-30: George Albert Smith's funeral-viewing
3
George Albert Smith's funeral-procession
  • 331: Funeral procession for George Albert Smith, David O. McKay and J. Reuben Clark, Smith's councilors are pictured to the right of the funeral coach
  • 332-335: George Albert Smith's funeral procession
4
Grave side services for George Albert Smith and photographs of his headstone
  • 336-50: Grave side services for George Albert Smith
  • 351-55: Headstone of President George Albert Smith
  • 356-58: Smith Family Monument in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. John Smith, George A. Smith, John Henry Smith and George Albert Smith
5
George Albert Smith and his wife, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 359: George Albert Smith and his wife, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith on their honeymoon in Niagara Falls, 1892
  • 360-62: George Albert Smith and his wife, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 363: George Albert Smith With Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith (wife), Edith Smith Elliott (daughter), Joseph N. Smith (brother). Sarah Farr Smith (mother) and Frank Libby
  • 364: George Albert Smith with his wife Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith, and daughters Edith and Emily at a party
  • 365: George Albert Smith with his wife Lucy Emily, daughters Edith and Emily and first grandchild Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
  • 366-67: George Albert Smith and his wife Lucy Emily, daughters Edith and Emily, Lucy Smith Acomb and Edith Smith at Mount Rubideaux, California, 1915
  • 368-71: George Albert Smith with his wife Lucy and others
6
George Albert Smith and his son George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 372-75: George Albert Smith and his son George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 376:George Albert Smith and son George Albert Smith Jr. and grandson George Albert Smith III
  • 377: George Albert Smith and his son George Albert Smith Jr. and Levi Edgar Young at the Joseph Smith Monument in Sharon, Vermont
7
George Albert Smith and his daughter Edith Smith Elliot
  • 378-80: George Albert Smith with his daughter Edith Smith Elliott
  • 381: George Albert Smith and his daughter Edith Smith Elliott at a Saltair swimming party
  • 382: George Albert Smith with his daughter Edith Smith Elliott, her husband George Elliott, and her children Nancy and George
  • 383-84: George Albert Smith and his daughters, Edith and Emily and his first great-granddaughter, Pamela Bernice Larsen
  • 385-386: George Albert Smith's reception for the governor 1947. Edith Elliott (daughter) to his right
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George Albert Smith and his daughter Emily Smith Stewart
  • 387-88: George Albert Smith with his daughter Emily Smith Stewart
  • 389-92: George Albert Smith with his daughters Edith and Emily
  • 393-94: George Albert Smith with his daughter Emily and Rojean Prucka
  • 395: George Albert Smith with daughter Emily, her husband Robert Murray Stewart and her children: Robert Murray Jr., Shauna Lucy and Martha Re June and Robert's wife Patricia
  • 396: George Albert Smith with his daughter Emily and family, Robert Murray Stewart (husband), Robert Murray Jr., Shauna Lucy and Martha Re June
  • 397: George Albert Smith with his daughter Emily Stewart, Robert Murray Stewart and Martha Re June Stewart
  • 398: George Albert Smith, Emily Stewart, Robert Murray Stewart and Martha Re June
  • 399: George Albert Smith and his daughter Emily
  • 400: George Albert Smith and daughter Emily and Basil O'Connor
9
George Albert Smith and his family-miscellaneous
  • 401: George Albert Smith's birthday. George Albert Smith with Robert Murray Stewart, Shauna Lucy Stewart and Martha Re June Stewart
  • 402: George Albert Smith and his granddaughter Martha Re June Stewart
  • 403: George Albert Smith and his grandchildren: Shauna Lucy and Martha Re June Stewart, George Thomas and Nancy Lucy Elliott
  • 404-05: George Albert Smith and grandson
  • 406: Family of President George Albert Smith
  • 407: George Albert Smith and his uncles, John and Israel Farr, 1945
  • 408: George Albert Smith and miscellaneous family
10
George Albert Smith at the Salt Lake Temple, 1890's
  • 409-10: Tin plates of Z.C.M.I. salesmen and M.I.A. missionaries
  • 411-13: George Albert Smith and group of people on top of the Salt Lake Temple
  • 414: George Albert Smith on top of the Salt Lake Temple, 1890's
folders
11-12
George Albert Smith-mission photographs of the Southern States Mission, 1892-94
  • 415: George Albert Smith and Henry Foster
  • 416: George Albert Smith, Reuben F. Allen, Orton A. Williams, Walter H. Barton, William M. Holt and Peter P. Lechtenberg
  • 417-18: George Albert Smith, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and other missionaries
  • 419: George Albert Smith, Moses Taylor, J. Golden Kimball and unidentified person
  • 420-22: George Albert Smith and other missionaries
Folder
13
George Albert Smith and others, 1890's
  • 423: George Albert Smith, Allie Smith, Frank Beatie, Hugh Dougall, Alex Campbell and Will Ingham
  • 424: George Albert Smith, Hy Hubbard, Will Emery, Edgar S. Hills and Charles Palmquist at the University of Utah
  • 425: George Albert Smith and John Howard
  • 426-29: George Albert Smith and others
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George Albert Smith and others 1910's
  • 430: George Albert Smith, Mabel Brinkerhoff, Roswell H. Coon, Boyd Buchanan, J. Bert Sumsion, Annie C. Peterson, William Pratt, Walter P. Monson, John H. Williams, Soami E. England, Clement J. Sanders, Walter S. Harmon and Franklin Hickenlooper at Toronto, Canada, July 12, 1915
  • 431: George Albert Smith with Elders and friends, Toronto, Canada, July 12, 1915
  • 432: George Albert Smith with Dee Woolley, Henry E. Bowma, William Spry and unknown person. Taken in 1916 at Bright Angle Point, Grand Canyon Arizona
  • 433: George Albert Smith at the Rotary International meeting, 1919
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George Albert Smith and others, 1920's
  • 434: George Albert Smith with the delegation of American and Canadian Dry Goods Merchants, May 1921
  • 435: George Albert Smith with Countess Irene di Robilant
  • 436: George Albert Smith speaking at a picnic party on the Cedar Breaks
  • 437: George Albert Smith with Charlotte and Frank Libbey
  • 438-440: George Albert Smith with others
folders
16-17
George Albert Smith and missionaries 1920's
  • 441: George Albert Smith in Liverpool, England
  • 442: George Albert Smith at Winchester Cathedral where English kids are buried
  • 443: George Albert Smith and his son George Albert Smith Jr. in front of mission home in Liverpool, England
  • 444-48: George Albert Smith and missionary groups
  • 449: George Albert Smith and missionary group in front of the Cologne Cathedral, Germany, September 9, 1920
  • 450: George Albert Smith with August S. Schow, Theodore Tobiason, Heber J. Gustafen, Junius F. Wells, Olaf K. Karlson and George Albert Smith Jr. in Kristiania, Norway, June 28, 1920
  • 451-55: George Albert Smith and missionary groups
Folder
18
George Albert Smith and others
  • 456-61: George Albert Smith and others in the Rio Grand Valley, January 20, 1931
  • 462: George Albert Smith and others
1930s
19
George Albert Smith and other people
  • 463-65: George Albert Smith with Western Air Lines group
  • 466-67: George Albert Smith with others
  • 468: George Albert Smith aboard the SS USU, H.H. Hines commander
  • 469: George Albert Smith and the U. S. War Bond Drive-1945
1940s
20
George Albert Smith and other people
  • 470: George Albert Smith and others
  • 471: George Albert Smith and Margaret O'Brien, Augsust 28, 1945
  • 472: George Albert Smith and Virginia Stockdale and Vernal Pouson, February 1, 1948
  • 473-78: George Albert Smith with others
  • 479-80: George Albert Smith with Basil O'Connor
1940s
21
George Albert Smith and other people
  • 481: George Albert Smith with J. Reuben Clark, Lief Birkeland and his wife in Norway
  • 482: George Albert Smith with Y.W.M.I.A. leaders
  • 483: George Albert Smith with Heber Bennion Jr., Dennis Murphee and W. P. Dunn, July 14, 1948
  • 484-91: George Albert Smith with other people
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George Albert Smith and other people
  • 492: George Albert Smith's reception for the governor, 1947
  • 493: George Albert Smith with Governor and Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey
  • 494: George Albert Smith with New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey, Mrs. Dewey, William A. Dawson and Major Earl J. Glade, August 28, 1948
  • 495: George Albert Smith with Union Pacific Railroad people
  • 496: George Albert Smith with co-workers in Washington D. C. making arrangements with the U. S. Government and European officials to send food, bedding and clothing from the warehouses of the Church Welfare committee to the needy members of the Church in Europe, November 7, 1945
  • 497: George Albert Smith at Brigham Young University with Franklin S. Harris, J. Reuben Clark, Howard S. McDonald and E. G. Peterson, June 8, 1945
  • 498: Navajo maidens sing for President George Albert Smith, June 26, 1945
  • 499: George Albert Smith and Navajo maidens
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George Albert Smith and other people
  • 500: George Albert Smith and Governor Herbert B. Maw at " This is the Place" Monument
  • 501-03: George Albert Smith at "This is the Place" monument dedication
  • 504: "This is the Place" Monument trek, September 1945
  • 505: George Albert Smith accepting a check for the "This is the Place" monument, April 1945
  • 506: George Albert Smith with "This is the Place" monument commission, November 10, 1945
  • 507: George Albert Smith at "This is the Place" monument with pioneer descendants, July 1945
  • 508: George Albert Smith with "This is the Place" monument commission November 12, 1945
  • 509-10: George Albert Smith with Elizabeth Davis, July 24, 1948. She was a pioneer who crossed the plains in a covered wagon
  • 511: George Albert Smith at "This is the Place" monument site, November 22, 1945
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George Albert Smith and other people
  • 512-17: George Albert Smith with President Harry S. Truman and Governor Herbert B. Maw
  • 518-20: George Albert Smith with U. S. Steel Executives, 1946
  • 521: George Albert Smith on pioneer trial expedition in 1944
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George Albert Smith and other people
  • 522-23: George Albert Smith receiving Book of Mormon manuscripts, 1947
  • 524: George Albert Smith with unidentified woman, 1947
  • 525: George Albert Smith autographs a Tongan Book of Mormon, while translator Ermel J. Morton looks on, May 4, 1946
  • 526-29: George Albert Smith in Mexico, 1946
  • 530: George Albert Smith presents copy of Book of Mormon to President Camocho of Mexico, May 27, 1946
  • 531: George Albert Smith with Elna Haymond, Avard Fairbanks and sculpture of Joseph Smith praying. April 4, 1947
  • 532: George Albert Smith, Avard Fairbanks and sculpture of George Albert Smith, 1947
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George Albert Smith with other people
  • 533: George Albert Smith, Avard Fairbanks and sculpture of George Albert Smith, 1947
  • 534: George Albert Smith opens softball tournament, September 25, 1949
  • 535-36: George Albert Smith laying the cornerstone to the Primary Children's Hospital
  • 537-38: George Albert Smith at the ground breaking services for Primary Children's Hospital, April 1949
  • 539-41: George Albert Smith at the Minister's Convention Luncheon, September 1949
  • 542-43: George Albert Smith and Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Cyril Forster Gargett, September, 1949
  • 544: George Albert Smith with other people
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George Albert Smith with other people
  • 545-49: Anne Blythe with George Albert Smith at his home in La Guardia California, 1949

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Container(s): Box 4

Container(s) Description
box
4
folders
1-3
George Albert Smith with others-1950's
  • 550: George Albert Smith with Helen Keller
  • 551: George Albert Smith with the Liberty Bond Drive, 1950
  • 552: George Albert Smith with the Savings Bond Drive, 1950
  • 553: George Albert Smith on a visit to Brigham Young Statue, 1950
  • 554: George Albert Smith at St. Marks Hospital, March 8, 1950
  • 555: George Albert Smith with other people, January 2, 1950
  • 556-67: George Albert Smith on Hawaiian trip, August 1950
  • 568: George Albert Smith receives honorary degree from the University of Utah, 1950
  • 569-71: George Albert Smith with A. Ray Olpin (President of the University of Utah), 1950
  • 572-73: George Albert Smith, A. Ray Olpin and Mrs. Gorham, 1950
  • 574-76: George Albert Smith at graduation services, University of Utah, 1950
4-6
George Albert Smith and L. D. S. Church leaders
  • 577-79: George Albert Smith and L. D. S. Church leaders
  • 580: George Albert Smith and LDS Church leaders at the first broadcast of KSL radio
  • 581-83: 100 year anniversary of the LDS Church, meeting in Salt Lake Tabernacle, April 6, 1930
  • 584: George Albert Smith and Andrew Jensen, 1936
  • 585-606: George Albert Smith and LDS Church leaders
Folder
7
George Albert Smith on South Pacific visit, 1936
  • 607-17: George Albert Smith on South Pacific visit, 1936
  • 618-20: George Albert Smith at Priesthood garden at Lifuka Haabai
  • 621: George Albert Smith and Fifita (age 90 years) at the Elders' home in Pagai, Haapai
  • 622-23: George Albert Smith on the LDS Church launch "Momomona" in Neiafu Harbor, Vavan
  • 624: George Albert Smith and Foter, captain of the "Tui Toga" of the bridge
  • 625: Hyde Dunn and George Albert Smith on the beach at Pagai, Lifuka, Haapai
  • 626: Piles of coconuts in a yard in the island of Lifuka, Haapai. George Albert Smith, some natives and Alexander Wishart
  • 627: George Albert Smith and Karen Dunn, planting a kava plant at Pagai, Haapai. The Elders' home
  • 628: George Albert Smith with Boy Scouts at Mikaka School
  • 629: Saints of the Haapai district in Pagai, Haapai
  • 630: Saints and Elders' home at Pagai, Haapai
  • 631: George Albert Smith and Levita Finan planting kava at Pagai, Haapai, the Elders' home
  • 632: George Albert Smith and Fifita, 90 years old, at the Elders' home in Pagai, Haapai
  • 633: Ebolahome Kuma Tuaone (pealing a yam) and George Albert Smith in the yard of the home of Jone and Vii Koluss, Nieafu, Vavan
  • 634: Thatched hut where the Saints meet for church in Nakolo
8
George Albert Smith on trip to Hawaii, 1930's
  • 635: George Albert Smith at monument erected in honor of George Q. Cannon, Pulehu, Maui, November 18, 1936
  • 636: George Albert Smith at the Hookehua, Molokai Airport, November 20, 1936
  • 637: George Albert Smith and W. Francis Baily leaving Hili, Hawaii, November 20, 1936
  • 638: George Albert Smith at the Japanese Sunday School in Honolulu, Hawaii, November 22, 1936
  • 639a: At top of Haleakala, November 19, 1936. Elder W. Francis Bailey, George Albert Smith, Charles Kamauoha
  • 639b: George Albert Smith at the top of Hakeakala (house of sun), elevation 10,032 feet, November 20,1936
  • 640-41: George Albert Smith on trip to Hawaii
  • 642: George Albert Smith and Rufus Hardy standing in front of ship on which they returned home from the South Pacific
  • 643: George Albert Smith with family and others in front of the ship on which they returned home from the Pacific
  • 644-49: George Albert Smith and Ralph E. Woolley in the garden of President Woolley's home, November 1936
9
George Albert Smith in New Zealand on the South Pacific trip
  • 650: George Albert Smith and Rufus K. Hardy in Australia, March 1938
  • 651: George Albert Smith in Australia, 1938
  • 652: George Albert Smith with Adelaide scout leader, Adelaide Australia, 1938
  • 653: George Albert Smith in Melbourne Australia, 1938
  • 654: George Albert Smith arrives in Auckland, New Zealand, April 4, 1938
  • 655: George Albert Smith at Hui Tau, April 13, 1938
  • 656: George Albert Smith at Faahafe meeting house
  • 657-58: George Albert Smith at the meeting house at Foui Togatabu
  • 659: George Albert Smith at meeting house at Nukunuku Togatabu
  • 660: George Albert Smith and Mrs. Matthew Cowley standing next to the Mission Home in Auckland, New Zealand, May 5, 1938
  • 661-62: George Albert Smith wearing a Maori Taniko blanket, presented to him by Princess Te Puca Herangi, April 18, 1938
  • 663: George Albert Smith at Hui Tai April 13, 1938
  • 664: George Albert Smith at an LDS Church in Kiri Kiri, New Zealand
  • 665-68: George Albert Smith in New Zealand, 1938
  • 669: George Albert Smith and LDS Church leaders in Auckland, New Zealand, 1938
10
Photographs of George Albert Smith in Samoa
  • 670-81: George Albert Smith in Samoa
11
Photographs of George Albert Smith in Tonga
  • 682-86: George Albert Smith in the yard behind the mission home, Nukualofa, Tonga
  • 687-88: George Albert Smith at Haatafu Togataku, Tonga, May 1938
  • 689-90: George Albert Smith at the gave of Alfred Durham's daughter
  • 691: George Albert Smith at the grave yard, Nukualofa, Tonga
  • 692: George Albert Smith at the Mission Home and Chapel in Nukuafola, Tonga
  • 693: George Albert Smith on his way to Luamotu
  • 694: George Albert Smith in Pagai Haabai, Tonga, May 21, 1938
  • 695-96: George Albert Smith at Haamoga of the Trilithon on the eastern part of Tonga
  • 697: George Albert Smith with LDS Church members at Haalaufuli Vavir, Tonga
  • 698: LDS Church meeting place in Luamotu
  • 699: George Albert Smith at the graves of Proctor and Langston, Nukualofa, Tonga
  • 700-01: George Albert Smith with LDS Church members in Nukuafola, Tonga, June 4, 1938
12
George Albert Smith, historic sites
  • 702: A tribute to the American Revolution, 1914
  • 703-07: George Albert Smith and Reverend Victor Herring at the unveiling of the marker to Father Escalante and party in Provo, Utah, September 25, 1931
  • 708-18: George Albert Smith at the dedication of Platte River Mormon Ferry Monument, Casper, Wyoming, July 17, 1932
13
George Albert Smith, historic sites
  • 719: George Albert Smith at the Mormon Mother monument, 1932
  • 720: George Albert Smith, Governor George H. Dern, and Reverend Monsignor D. G. Hunt at unveiling of monument to Pioneer Catholic sisters of Utah, Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 14, 1932
  • 721-22: George Albert Smith at the Pipe Springs Monument dedication, September, 1932
  • 723: George Albert Smith at Eagle Rock Crossing Marker, 1932
  • 724-26: George Albert Smith at Call's Fort Marker, 1933
  • 727-28: George Albert Smith and party at site of Willey Handcart Monument, Rock Creek, Wyoming, June 25, 1933
  • 729-31: George Albert Smith at the Mormon Wall Marker dedication, Ft. Bridger, Wyoming, June 25, 1933
  • 732: George Albert Smith at the Old Iron Foundry Marker, 1933
  • 733-36: George Albert Smith at the dedication of the Relief Society Monument, Nauvoo, Illinois, July 24, 1933
14
George Albert Smith, historical sites
  • 737-38: George Albert Smith at the grave of the Prophet Joseph Smith, July 26, 1933
  • 739-40: Hole-in-the-Rock, Escalante, Utah, 1936
  • 741-45: George Albert Smith at Ft. Robidoux Monument near Ft. Duchsene Utah, August 30, 1937
  • 746-47: George Albert Smith at the Trapper's Rendezvous Marker (1826-27) in Bear Lake Valley, Laketown Utah, August 31, 1937
  • 748-50: George Albert Smith at the head of Muddy Creek on the Old Oregon Trail Emigrants' Grave, August 31, 1937
  • 751: George Albert Smith at the unveiling of the marker at Big Bend of Bear River, Idaho, on the Old Oregon Trail, August 31, 1937
15
George Albert Smith, historical sites
  • 752-57: George Albert Smith at Winter Quarters Monument, September 20, 1937
  • 758: George Albert Smith at the dedication of the University of Utah Marker, October 15, 1939
  • 759-61: George Albert Smith at the Mormon Battalion Monument near Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 16, 1960
  • 762-65: Monument to Mormon Battalion San Diego, California
  • 766: Site of Colonel Steptoe's encampment with the first company of U.S. troops to arrive in Utah. Dedication August 27, 1941
16
George Albert Smith, historical sites
  • 767-75: George Albert Smith and grandson Robert Murray Stewart Junior at dedication of monument at Big Mountain, 1933
  • 776-78: George Albert Smith and Pony Express markers
  • 779: Pioneer Pilgrimage Party at Henefer, Utah, August 28, 1937
  • 780-81: The re-run of the Pony Express, August 1935
  • 782-83: The re-run of the Pony Express, George Albert Smith talking on KSL Radio, May 10, 1937
  • 784: George Albert Smith at the Battle of Bear River Monument
  • 785: George Albert Smith at Independence Rock Marker dedication
  • 786: George Albert Smith at Mormon Pioneer Trail Marker
17
George Albert Smith and Boy Scouting Activities
  • 787: George Albert Smith and George Q. Morris
  • 788: George Albert Smith and Jabuz W. West
  • 789-97: George Albert Smith-Boy Scouts
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Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 798-99: Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 800: Laying corner of chapel of Los Angeles Branch, January 1913
  • 801: Cawston Ostrich Farm, California, July, 30 1912
  • 802-03: Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 804: George Albert Smith and his wife Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith at Old Kentucky Home, November 27, 1929
  • 805: George Albert Smith and his wife Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith at home and memorial of Abraham Lincoln, November 27, 1929
  • 806-08: George Albert Smith and family
  • 809: George Albert Smith and wife Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith at the home and memorial of Abraham Lincoln, November 27, 1929
  • 810: George Albert Smith and Miles Jones at the home of Stephen Foster when he wrote Old Kentucky Home, November 27, 1929
  • 811-13: George Albert Smith, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and others
  • 814: George Albert Smith and unidentified person
  • 815: George Albert Smith with President Joseph F. Smith and group
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Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 816-17: George Albert Smith and others at the scene of the mobbing where two Mormon Elders, two men protecting Elders and leader of mob were killed, August 10, 1884. Taken October 13, 1942
  • 818: George Albert Smith at services of Rebecca Winters' grave
  • 819-20: George Albert Smith on pioneer trails
  • 821: George Albert Smith with children of Catherine Smith Salsbury (sister of the Prophet Joseph Smith), January 19,1938
  • 822: George Albert Smith abroad the SS Aorangi, November 1936
  • 823: George Albert Smith at Mt. Pleasant Flood Dam, summer of 1929
  • 824: George Albert Smith and Tom C. Peck, February 11, 1939
  • 825-28: Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 829-30: George Albert Smith and family with people from Capetown, South Africa
  • 831-32: Snapshots of George Albert Smith and others
20
Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 833-34: Snapshots of George Albert Smith and others
  • 835: George Albert Smith and Judge Harry E. Watkins, July 4, 1947
  • 836-37: George Albert Smith at Long Beach Stake Conference, February 10, 1946
  • 838: George Albert Smith with Howard S. McDonald, President of Brigham Young University, February 10, 1946
  • 839: George Albert Smith at the Visalia LDS Chapel dedication, April 1944
  • 840: George Albert Smith at the home of Croyden, Morgan County, July 1947
  • 841: George Albert Smith with President Ralph E. Woolley at site of proposed tabernacle, November 22, 1936
  • 842: George Albert Smith at the site of Brigham Young's birth place
  • 843: George Albert Smith at services held to mark site of Old Salt Lake Theater October 1940
  • 844: George Albert Smith and Arthur W. Smith
  • 845: Snapshots of George Albert Smith
21
Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 846-47: Snapshots of George Albert Smith
  • 848-55: George Albert Smith in area where Joseph Standing was murdered by a mob, Varnal Station, Georgia, July 1907
  • 856: Smith Family at base of monument just after dedication, Sharon, Vermont, December 23, 1905
22
Photographs of George Albert Smith and miscellaneous family vacation scenes
  • 857-68: George Albert Smith and family on vacation to Hart Avenue, vacation scenes
  • 869: George Albert Smith at Saltair, summer 1912
23
George Albert Smith and miscellaneous family
  • 870: Nathaniel Libby Smith, Edith, Emily and George Albert Smith Jr., spring 1906
  • 871: Edith and George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 872: Lucy Emily Woodruff, Emily, Edith and George Albert Smith Jr., 1905
  • 873: George Albert Smith Jr. at age 4 of 5 months, 1906
  • 874: George Albert Smith relatives in front of his home, 1905
  • 875: Emily Smith and George Albert Smith Jr., 1906
  • 876: Lucy Emily Smith Woodruff Smith and son George Albert Smith Jr., November 10, 1905
  • 877: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith, June 1927
  • 878-79: George Albert Smith family and relatives
24
Photographs of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 880-84: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
25
Photographs of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 885-889: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
26
Photographs of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 890-901: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
27
Photographs of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 902: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 903: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 904: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her daughter Emily
  • 905: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her daughters Emily and Edith
  • 906: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her daughter Edith
  • 907-08: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her son George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 909: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her family
  • 910: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her daughter Edith
  • 911: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her relatives and children
28
Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and others
  • 912: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her mother Emily Jane Smith Woodruff at age one year
  • 913: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with the daughters of Judge Elias Smith
  • 914: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with others at Saltair
  • 915: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with her sisters
  • 916: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with Douglas Fairbanks Sr. and a group of women from the Young Ladies Mutual Improvement Association Board (circa 1928)
  • 917-18: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with others
29
Snapshots of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 919-22: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith in Ocean Park, California, 1901
  • 923: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with Frederick M. Smith, President of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
  • 924-26: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith at Saltair, 1912
  • 927-29: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith on a boat trip to Alaska
  • 930: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith leaving for home from the England Mission
  • 931: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith at old home of Peter Whitmer where LDS Church was begun
  • 932-33: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith on top of Hill Cumorah
30
Funeral of Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 1934-43: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith's funeral

George Albert Smith's familyReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 5

Container(s) Description
box
5
Folder
1
George Albert Smith-miscellaneous family
  • 944: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 945-47: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and children
  • 948-49: George Albert Smith's wife, children and grandchildren
  • 950: Children of George Albert Smith
  • 951: Children of George Albert Smith
  • 952: Edith Smith Elliott, Emily Smith Stewart and daughter Shauna Stewart
  • 953: Daughters of George Albert Smith in England, May 1921
  • 954: George Albert Smith Jr.
2
Photographs of George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 955-66: George Albert Smith Jr
3
George Albert Smith Jr. and family
  • 967: George Albert Smith Jr., September 1, 1945
  • 968-69: George Albert Smith Jr. and wife Ruth
  • 970: George Albert Smith Jr. with his wife and children
  • 971-72: George Albert Smith Jr. with his sons
  • 973: George Albert Smith III
  • 974: George Albert Smith IV
  • 975: Robert Nowell Smith
  • 976: Samuel Nowell Smith, Robert Nowell Smith and George Albert Smith IV
  • 977-85: Children of George Albert Smith Jr.
4
George Albert Smith Jr.-photographs of homes
  • 986-89: Rented home of George Albert Smith Jr., Jones Farms, near Boston, Massachusetts
  • 990-91: Robert Nowell Smith in living room of George Albert Smith Jr.'s home
  • 992-93: George Albert Smith Jr.'s bungalow home. Robert Nowell Smith on front porch
5
Edith Smith Elliott and her family
  • 994-98: Edith Smith Elliott
  • 999-1000: Edith Smith Elliott with her cousins
  • 1001-04: Edith Smith Elliott with her family
  • 1005: George Elliott, husband of Edith Smith Elliott
  • 1006: George Thomas Elliott, son of Edith Smith and George Elliott, 1948
  • 1007: Nancy Lucy Elliott, daughter of Edith Smith and George Elliott
  • 1008-09: Grandchildren of Edith Smith Elliott
6
Edith Smith and Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1010-15: Edith Smith Elliott and Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1016-19: Edith Smith Elliott and Emily Smith Stewart and others
folders
7-9
Emily Smith Stewart-childhood photographs
  • 1020-34: Emily Smith Stewart
10-11
Emily Smith Stewart-youth photographs
  • 1035-53: Emily Smith Stewart
12-13
Emily Smith Stewart-portraits
  • 1054-68: Emily Smith Stewart
Folder
14
Snapshots of Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1069-81: Emily Smith Stewart
folders
15-16
Emily Smith Stewart and family
  • 1082-96: Emily Smith Stewart with her family
  • 1097-1104: Members of Emily Smith Stewart's family
  • 1105-06: Emily Smith Stewart with her grandchildren
17-19
Emily Smith Stewart in her youth with others
  • 1107-21: Emily Smith Stewart with others
Folder
20
Emily Smith Stewart with others
  • 1122-24: Emily Smith Stewart-UNESCO
  • 1125: Emily Smith Stewart and others at the Great White Throne
  • 1126-27: Emily Smith Stewart at first television broadcast, KDYL. Heber J. Grant pictured in No.1126
  • 1128-29: Emily Smith Stewart with the Women's Army Corps Presentation, 1945
  • 1130-31: Edith and Emily at unveiling of George Albert Smith bust
  • 1132-33: Emily Smith Stewart with others
  • 1134-35: Emily Smith Stewart receiving Utah State Medical Association Award, 1952
21
Emily Smith Stewart and others
  • 1136-44: Emily Smith Stewart and Basil O' Conner
  • 1145-52: Emily Smith Stewart with the National Foundation for infantile Paralysis

George Albert Smith and familyReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 5a

Container(s) Description
box
5a
Folder
22
Emily Smith Stewart with others
  • 1153-59: Emily Smith Stewart with others
23
Snapshots of Emily Smith Stewart with others
  • 1160-82: Emily Smith Stewart with others
24
Robert Murray Stewart
  • 1183-86: Robert Murray Stewart
folders
25-27
Robert Murray Stewart
  • 1187-1211: Robert Murray Stewart
Folder
28
Robert Murray Stewart and others
  • 1212-21: Robert Murray Stewart with others

Emily Smith Stewart familyReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 6

Container(s) Description
box
6
Folder
1
Robert Murray Stewart Album
  • 1222: Ben C. Rich
  • 1223: Robert Murray Stewart
  • 1224-1325: Robert Murray Stewart, Family Album
  • 1326: Joseph Smith
  • 1327: Brigham Young
2
Robert Murray Stewart-Ancestors
  • 1328: Sylvester G. Cox Family
3
Robert Murray Stewart-Ancestors
  • 1329-33: Ancestors of Robert Murray Stewart
4
Miscellaneous photographs collected by Robert Murray Stewart
  • 1334: Tracy Elliott
  • 1335: Brother Robert Scadden's babies, Vera Amy and Agnes Lillian
  • 1336: Robert Murray Stewart and Elder Brimhall at Ft. Peck Indian Reservation
  • 1337: Thelma Jensen
  • 1338: Joseph Johansen
  • 1339: House where Emily Smith Stewart was born
  • 1340-48: Unidentified photographs collected by Robert Murray Stewart
5
Miscellaneous photographs collected by Robert Murray Stewart
  • 1349-54: Unidentified photographs collected by Robert Murray Stewart
6
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.-infant pictures
  • 1355-1370: Baby pictures of Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
7
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.-infant pictures
  • 1371-1389: Baby pictures of Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
8
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.-infant pictures
  • 1390-1404: Baby pictures of Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
9
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.-pictures as a child
  • 1405-1428: Robert Murray Stewart Jr., childhood photographs
10
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.-pictures as a child
  • 1429-1442: Robert Murray Stewart Jr., childhood photographs
11
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
  • 1443-1461: Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
12
Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
  • 1462-1480: Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
13
Robert Murray Stewart Jr. and Patricia Alberding
  • 1481-84: Robert Murray Stewart Jr. and his wife Patricia Alberding Stewart
  • 1485-87: Patricia Alberding with other people
  • 1488-95: Patricia Alberding's parents and other people
14
Robert Murray Stewart Jr. and family
  • 1496: Robert Murray Stewart Jr. Patricia Alberding Stewart and their daughter Martha Murray Stewart
  • 1497-1517: Martha Murray Stewart
  • 1518: Scott Robert Stewart
  • 1519-22: Robert Murray Stewart Jr. and family
15
Residences of Robert Murray Stewart Jr.
  • 1523-29: San Francisco, California area
  • 1530-36: Residences of Robert Murray Stewart Jr.

Descendants of George Albert SmithReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 7

Container(s) Description
box
7
folders
1-2
Shauna Stewart Larsen-childhood photographs
  • 1537-56: Childhood photographs of Shauna Stewart Larsen
3-4
Photographs of Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen
  • 1557-66: Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen
Folder
5
Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen and Joseph R. Larsen
  • 1567-70: Joseph R. Larsen Jr.
  • 1571: Joseph R. Larsen Jr. and Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen
  • 1572: Joseph R. Larsen Jr. with his children Pam Larsen and Debbie Larsen
  • 1573: Joseph R. Larsen and wife, parents of Joseph R. Larsen Jr.
6
Pamela Larsen
  • 1574-87: Pamela Bernice Larsen
  • 1588: Shauna L. Stewart and Joseph R. Larsen Jr. at open house for Emily Smith Stewart, who was awarded "Woman of the Year," August 1966
  • 1589: Pamela Bernice Larsen
7
Deborah Larsen
  • 1590-91: Shauna L. Larsen and Debbie Larsen
  • 1592-1606: Deborah Larsen
8
Jennifer Ann Larsen
  • 1607-11: Shauna L. Stewart Larsen and Jennifer Ann Larsen
  • 1612-18: Jennifer Ann Larsen
  • 1619: Joseph R. Larsen and Jennifer Ann Larsen
  • 1620: Jennifer Ann Larsen
9
Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen and Family
  • 1621-23: Pam and Debbie Larsen
  • 1624: Shauna L. Stewart, Joseph R. Larsen, Pam Larsen and Debbie Larsen
  • 1625: Shauna L Stewart Larsen, Pam Larsen and Debbie Larsen
  • 1626-30: Pam and Debbie Larsen
  • 1631: Joseph R. Larsen, Pam Larsen and Debbie Larsen
  • 1632-36: Shauna L. Stewart Larsen and family
  • 1637-39: Pam and Debbie Larsen
10
Shauna Lucy Stewart Larsen and Family
  • 1640: Shauna L. Stewart Larsen
  • 1641: Joseph R. Larsen Jr.
  • 1642: Joseph R. Larsen Jr., Shauna Larsen and Joseph's mother
  • 1643: Joseph R,. Larsen Sr.
  • 1644-45: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Larsen Sr.
  • 1646-47: Shauna L. Stewart and Family
  • 1648: Shauna L. Stewart and Bernie L. Robbins
  • 1649: Murray Stewart, Jennie Fisher and others at family reunion
  • 1650-56: Unidentified
11
Shauna L. Stewart Larsen and Family
  • 1657-72: Shauna L. Stewart Larsen and family
12
Martha Re June Stewart Hatch-childhood photographs
  • 1673-92: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
13
Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1693-95: Martha Re June Stewart
  • 1696: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch, Emily Smith Stewart and Catherine Joyce Hatch
  • 1697: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch, Robert Murray Stewart and Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1698: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch, Robert Murray Stewart and Melvin J. Hatch
  • 1699: Emily Smith Stewart and granddaughter Catherine Joyce Hatch
14
Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1700-1701: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1702-05: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch at graduation from the University of Utah with her parents Robert Murray Stewart and Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1706-07: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1708-17: Graduation services at the University of Utah for Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
15
Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1718-19: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch
  • 1720-29: Wedding reception for Martha Re June Stewart Hatch and Melvin J. Hatch, July 1958
16
Melvin J. Hatch
  • 1730-32: Melvin J. Hatch
17
Martha Re June Stewart Hatch and children
  • 1733: Kathy Joyce Hatch
  • 1734: James Hatch
  • 1735-36: Patty Jean Hatch
  • 1737-38: Martha, Cathy Joyce and James Hatch
  • 1739-40: Martha Re June Stewart Hatch and family
  • 1741-43: Pat and Martha
folders
18-19
Home of Emily Smith Stewart-interior
  • 1744-74: Interior of the home of Emily Smith Stewart
20-22
Home of Emily Smith Stewart-exterior and grounds
  • 1775-1854: Home of Emily Smith Stewart, exterior and grounds
Folder
23
Friends of Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1855-60: National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1955 Certificate of Appreciation

Descendants of George Albert SmithReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 7a

Container(s) Description
box
7a
Folder
24
Friends of Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1861: Mamie Eisenhower
  • 1862-63: Bertha Anderson Humles
  • 1864: Barbara and Alfred Humles Jr.
  • 1865: Alfred Humles family
  • 1866: Nora and Sherm, Indians from St. George, Utah area
  • 1867-72: Indians in St. George Utah, 1904-10
  • 1873: Mrs Samuel Weggland
  • 1874: Basil O'Conner and wife
  • 1875-83: Unidentified friends of Emily Smith Stewart
folders
25-27
Emily smith KDYL Television Broadcast, 1939
  • 1884-1916: KDYL Television Broadcast, 1939
28-29
Unidentified grandchildren of Emily Smith Stewart and unidentified photographs
  • 1917-38: Unidentified grandchildren on Emily Smith Stewart and unidentified photographs

Smith Family AlbumReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 8

Container(s) Description
box
8
Folder
1
Smith Family Album
  • 1939: Amy Smith
  • 1940: Angie Smith
  • 1941-65: Members of the Smith Family
  • 1966: Kate Smith
  • 1967: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 1968-71: Smith Family members
  • 1972: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 1973-82: Smith Family members

George A. Smith Family AlbumsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 9

Container(s) Description
box
9
Folder
1
Postcards-George Albert Smith family album
  • 1983: George Albert Smith Family
  • 1984-85: Unidentified
  • 1986: George Albert Smith with other people in Liverpool, England
  • 1987: Harold H. Jensen, 1920
  • 1988: Thomas Mark Wheeler
  • 1989: Elders Barnes, Jacobson and Pingree
  • 1990: George Albert Smith
  • 1991-93: Unidentified
  • 1994: Robert H. Lumas and Thomas Wharnam, 1919
  • 1995: Unidentified
  • 1996: Lily Stainton, Christmas 1920
  • 1997: Garham Stainton, Christmas 1920
  • 1998: Donald Eugene Smith, October 5, 1920
  • 1999: Wesley Smith, October 27, 1920
  • 2000: Unidentified
  • 2001: George Albert Smith in front of Cologne Cathedral, September 9, 1920
  • 2002: Donald Eugene Smith
  • 2003: George S. A. Tofke
  • 2004: Unidentified
  • 2005: George Albert Smith and wife Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 2006: Arnold G. Holland, July 11, 1919
  • 2007: Chas. W. and Caroline J. Hatch, Harold H. Jensen and John O. Hughes
  • 2008: Richard Davies and family
  • 2009: Leonard H. Whipple, February 1921
  • 2010-11: Unidentified
  • 2012: George Albert Smith with a group of people
  • 2013: Unidentified
  • 2014-15: George Albert Smith and children with a group of people
  • 2016: Unidentified
  • 2017: A. Lester Stoddard
  • 2018: C. B. Turner
  • 2019: Elbert R. Curtis
  • 2020: Unidentified
  • 2021: Andrew Jacobsen, July 1921
  • 2022: Stiefried Tartner
  • 2023: Unidentified
  • 2024: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith
  • 2025: A group of Missionary
  • 2026: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith, Edith Smith Elliott and others
  • 2027: Unidentified
  • 2028: Janice Overfield, December 12, 1920
  • 2029: Emily Smith Stewart, Edith Smith Elliott and others
  • 2030: George Albert Smith family
  • 2031: George Albert Smith, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with a group
  • 2032: George Albert Smith family and others
  • 2033: Missionary groups
  • 2034: George Baker
  • 2035: Unidentified
  • 2036: George Albert Smith, Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith with others
  • 2037: Unidentified
  • 2038: Arthur Brownwell and family
  • 2039-42: Unidentified
  • 2043: George Albert Smith Jr.
  • 2044: George Baker and his wife
  • 2045: Missionary group
  • 2046-49: Unidentified
  • 2050: Lucy Emily Woodruff Smith and her daughters Emily and Edith
  • 2051: Nephi Christensen, Royal M. Jeppson and Leo E. Woodruff, 1921
  • 2052: V. B. Stalling, 1919
  • 2053: Edith Smith Elliott
  • 2054-55: Unidentified
  • 2056: James H. Westen
  • 2057: Wilford O. Woodruff
  • 2058: Unidentified
  • 2059: Andrew Jacobsen
  • 2060: Harry S. Stoker
  • 2061: Unidentified
  • 2062-63: George Albert Smith
  • 2064: Unidentified
  • 2065: Osmond Crother
  • 2066: Unidentified
2
Photograph album presented to George Albert Smith by the officers and teachers of the Seventeenth Ward Sunday School
  • 2067: Seventeenth Ward Sunday School (circa 1902)
  • 2068: George Albert Smith
  • 2069: Walter J. Beatie
  • 2070: Frank S. Tingey
  • 2071: Arthur F. Barnes
  • 2072: Chas. B. Felt
  • 2073: George S. McAllister
  • 2074: W. S. Chipman
  • 2075: D. O. Willey Jr.
  • 2076: Rex Shipp
  • 2077: Unidentified
  • 2078: Kate Thatcher
  • 2079: Olea Shipp
  • 2080-81: Unidentified
  • 2082: Dale Pitt
  • 2083: Unidentified
  • 2084: J. Preston Cutler
  • 2085: J. S. Wright
  • 2086: C. W. Howe
  • 2087: Charles B. Anderson
  • 2088: Unidentified
  • 2089: Edith A. Smith
  • 2090: Martha Smith
  • 2091: Unidentified
  • 2092: F. A. Wilcox
  • 2093: Malcolm McAllister
  • 2094: Parley P. Jensen
  • 2095: Anna B. Twist
  • 2096: Emma J. Bull
  • 2097: Edward T. Squires
  • 2098: Hyrum Baird
  • 2099: J. H. Garrett
  • 2100: Joseph O. West
  • 2101: Unidentified
  • 2102: Ivy Winegar
  • 2103: George D. Bennett
  • 2104: Mervin W. Davis
  • 2105: Lillian Price
  • 2106: Annie Page
  • 2107: Elias S. Woodruff
  • 2108: Nellie Woodruff
  • 2109: Unidentified
  • 2110: Catherine Dougall
  • 2111: Mathonihah Thomas
  • 2112: Mark C. Brown
  • 2113: A. C. Clayton
  • 2114: Anna Browning
  • 2115: Jennie U. Davis
  • 2116: Jean Hyde
  • 2117: Lottie Davis
  • 2118: Ida Davis
  • 2119: Lucretia M. Davis
  • 2120: Loretta Brown
  • 2121: Unidentified
  • 2122: Julia Howe
  • 2123: Ellis Shipp
  • 2124: Emma Brown
  • 2125: Ina C. Smith
  • 2126: Ada Brown

LDS Church LeadersReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 10

Container(s) Description
box
10
Folder
1
LDS Church Leaders
  • 2127: Melvin J. Ballard
  • 2128-29: George Q. Cannon
  • 2130: Sylvester Q. Cannon
  • 2131: J. Reuben Clark Jr.
  • 2132: Matthias F. Cowley
  • 2133-36: Heber J. Grant
  • 2137-38: Heber J. Grant and Helen Keller
  • 2139-41: Heber J. Grant with other people
2
LDS Church Leaders
  • 2142: Anthony W. Ivins
  • 2143-45: Anthon Lund
  • 2146-47: Francis Marion Lyman
  • 2148-49: Richard R. Lyman
  • 2150: David O. McKay
  • 2151: Charles W. Penrose
  • 2152: Reed Smoot
  • 2153: Lorenzo Snow
  • 2154: John Taylor
  • 2155-56: Moses Thatcher
  • 2157: John A. Widstoe
  • 2158-59: John R. Windor
3
LDS Church Leaders
  • 2160-69: Wilford Woodruff
  • 2170: Marrionette of President Brigham Young
  • 2171: Photograph of Brigham Young and his wives
  • 2172: Brigham Young Jr.
Book 1
Photograph album of General Authorities of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints presented to President George Albert Smith by the Deseret News, 1947
  • 2173: George Albert Smith
  • 2174: J. Reuben Clark
  • 2175: David O. McKay
  • 2176: George F. Richards
  • 2177: Joseph Fielding Smith
  • 2178: Stephen L. Richards
  • 2179: John A. Widstoe
  • 2180: Joseph F. Merrill
  • 2181: Albert E. Bowen
  • 2182: Harold B. Lee
  • 2183: Spencer W. Kimball
  • 2184: Ezra Taft Benson with his daughters Barbara and Beverly
  • 2185: Mark E. Petersen
  • 2186: Matthew Cowley
  • 2187: Henry D. Moyle
  • 2188: Eldred G. Smith
  • 2189: Marion G. Romney, Clifford E. Young, Thomas E. McKay and Alma Sonne, Assistants to the Twelve
  • 2190: The First Council of the Seventy: Oscar A. Kirkham, S. Dilworth Young, Milton R. Hunter, Bruce R. McConkie, Levi Edgar Young, Antoine R. Ivins, Richard L. Evans
  • 2191: The Presiding Bishopric, 1947, Joseph L. Wirthlin, 1st Councilor; LeGrand Richards, Presiding Bishop; Thorpe Isaacson, 2nd Councilor
4
LDS Church First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, 1830-1944
  • 2192: First Six Presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, John Taylor, Wilford Woodruff, Lorenzo Snow and Joseph F. Smith
  • 2193: Early Church Leaders: (right to left) Daniel H. Wells, Brigham Young, Heber C. Kimball, Lorenzo Snow, George A. Smith, Edwin D. Woolley, John Young, John Lyons, J.V. Long. Bust: Willard Richards. Wall: Joseph Smith, Hyrum Smith, Jedidiah Grant
  • 2194: First Presidency and Twelve Apostles during Brigham Young's time: Brigham Young, President; Heber C. Kimball, 1st; Willard Richards, 2nd; Orson Hyde, Parley P. Pratt, Osron Pratt, Wilford Woodruff, John Taylor, George A. Smith, Amasa Lyman, Ezra T. Bensen, Charles C. Rich, Lorenzo Snow, Eratus Snow, Franklin D. Richards
  • 2195: The First Presidency, 1888-1898: Wilford Woodruff, Joseph F. Smith, George Q. Cannon
  • 2196: The First Presidency and Twelve Apostles, 1899: Lorenzo Snow, George Q. Cannon, Joseph F., Smith, Franklin D. Richards, Heber J. Grant, Brigham Young Jr., A. M. Lund, Matthew F. Cowley, J. W. Taylor, John Henry Smith, M. W. Merrill, A. O. Woodruff
  • 2197: The First Presidency, 1934-45: J. Reuben Clark (1st ), Heber J. Grant (President) and David O. McKay (2nd)
5
LDS Church Leaders
  • 2198: Officers of Deseret Sunday School
  • 2199: Officers and Directors of Z.C.M.I., 1881
6
Solemn Assembly for President David O. McKay.
  • 2200-09: Solemn Assembly for President David O. McKay

Identified Individuals: A-HReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 11

Container(s) Description
box
11
Folder
1
A
  • 2210: Jane Alder
  • 2211: Frank Alexander
  • 2212: Mrs. Amelia Woodruff Allen
  • 2213: Emil Anderson
  • 2214: Harry Anderson
  • 2215: Judith Anderson
  • 2216: L. W. Anderson
  • 2217: Emile Ascher
  • 2218: B. M. Audentis
  • 2219: Emily Auelie
2
B
  • 2220: Mrs. Barrett
  • 2221: Mrs' Barrett's maid Ellen
  • 2222-27: Matilda Barrett
  • 2228: Barrett Family
3
B
  • 2229-35: Samuel Barrett
  • 2236: Frank Beatie
  • 2237: Ida Beatty
  • 2238: Ann Birbegosen
  • 2239: Thomas Besieger
  • 2240: Angus, photo by Bowden Bootle
  • 2241: John Boyle
  • 2242: Clyde W. Brady
  • 2243: Finely G. Brooks and Wilford W. Beatie
  • 2244: Elsie Brown
4
C
  • 2245: Willard L. Cannon
  • 2246: Rhoda Farnham Carter, Sarah Beckett Carter and Phoebe Whitmore Carter
  • 2247: John Cartwright
  • 2248: Priscilla and Hyrum Cartwright
  • 2249: Charlotte Chase
  • 2250: Tirzah F. Wells Chase
  • 2251: Ezra Chase and Tirzah Wells Chase
  • 2252: Ezra Chase
  • 2253: Joe Cheerer
  • 2254: D.H. Christensen
  • 2255: Hans J. Christensen
  • 2257: William Clayton
5
C
  • 2258: O. J. Cole Jr.
  • 2259: Hannah Conklin
  • 2260: Emilia and Louisa Cook
  • 2261: Edward A. Cottrell
  • 2262: Walter Cox
  • 2263: Crazy Bull
  • 2264-66: Lisa Crosby
  • 2267: Jennie Crump
  • 2268: Robert W. Carrie
  • 2269-74: Joan Blin Cutler
6
D
  • 2275 H. L. Dausinaux
  • 2276: A. J. Davis
  • 2277-78: Bob DeMuth
  • 2279: George H. Dern
  • 2280: Margaret Dills
  • 2281: Wastebin Dittmer
  • 2282: William B. Dougall Jr.
  • 2283: Hugh Dougall
  • 2284: William B. Dougall
  • 2285-86: James Dryer
  • 2287-88: Abilene Harris Dumdar
7
E
  • 2289-93: Ross Eagar
  • 2294: Mrs. Ross Eagar and daughter
8
E
  • 2295: Bert Estmond
  • 2296: Jidd Ehrheardt
  • 2297: Frank Nutlet and Jidd Ehrheadt
  • 2298: N. S. Elderkin
  • 2299: James A. Eldridge
  • 2300: May C. Elderidge
  • 2301: Ellen Annie
  • 2302: Mrs. German E. Ellsworth
  • 2303: German E. Ellsworth
  • 2304: Mary Eliza
  • 2305: B. F. Emery
  • 2306: Elaine Evans
9
Farr Family
  • 2307: Aaron Farr
  • 2308-09: David Farr
  • 2310: Eliza Freeman (son of Mary Farr)
  • 2311-13: Enoch Farr
  • 2314: Mary and Enoch Farr
  • 2315-16: Ezra Farr
10
Farr Family
  • 2317: Frank Farr
  • 2318: Isaac Farr
  • 2319: Isabel Farr
  • 2320: Joseph Farr
  • 2321: Leon Farr
  • 2322: Lorenzo Farr and John Farr
  • 2323: Lorenzo Farr and Newton Farr
  • 2324-25: Lorin Farr
  • 2326: Maria Farr Taylor
  • 2327: Mary Farr
  • 2328: Mattie Davis Farr

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Container(s): Box 11a

Container(s) Description
box
11a
Folder
11
Farr Family
  • 2329-31: Newton Farr
  • 2332: Nicoline Farr
  • 2333-34: Olive Hovey Freeman Farr
  • 2335: Pepsis Farr
  • 2336: Ruben Farr
  • 2337: Thomas Farr
  • 2338: Willard Farr
  • 2339-40: Winslow Farr
  • 2341: Winnie Craig Farr
12
Unidentified Farr Family
  • 2342-52: Farr Family unidentified
13
F
  • 2353: Rosa Robin Fillmore
  • 2354: Thais Fisher
  • 2355: C. D. Fjeldsted
  • 2356: Jesse N. Fox
  • 2357: Mrs. Francis
14
G
  • 2358: Jane Gearset
  • 2359: Jean Gay
  • 2360: Gideon Gibbs
  • 2361: Airline Giles
  • 2362: Galleried
  • 2363: John Green
  • 2364: Roselle Green
  • 2365: Mrs. Grob
  • 2366: Harmon Grosbeck
  • 2367: Samuel Grosbeck
  • 2368: William Grosbeck
15
H
  • 2369: Louisa Hanson
  • 2370: Nancy Hanks
  • 2371: Jorj Anton and David Herriman Hanush
  • 2372: Joseph C. Harker
  • 2373: Eunice Harlan
  • 2374: Karl J. Hawkins
  • 2375: Herbert Hegel
  • 2376: John Held
  • 2377: Anton W. Hellstrom
  • 2378: John Held
  • 2379: James D. Hirsh
  • 2380: Joseph C. Hogan
  • 2381: Herbert Hoover
  • 2382: Frank Hubbard

Identified Individuals: I-SReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 12

Container(s) Description
box
12
Folder
1
I
  • 2383: Indian Bill
  • 2354-85: Isabella Irving
2
Ab Jenkins
  • 2386-89: Ab Jenkins
  • 2390-91: Harvey S. Firestone and Ab Jenkins
  • 2392-95: Ab Jenkins
3
J-K
  • 2396-97: Priscilla Paul Jennings
  • 2398-99: William Jennings
  • 2400: Andrew Jensen
  • 2401: Marinus I. Jensen
  • 2402: C. E. Johnson
  • 2403: Carl, Sigue and Helen Johnson
  • 2404: Hans Jorgensen
  • 2405: Hannah King
  • 2406: Katie Young Kraft
  • 2407: John Kunz
4
L
  • 2408: Hattie LaBarre
  • 2409: Richard and Sarah J. Lambert
  • 2410: P. J. Lammers
  • 2411: Anna Lang
  • 2412: J. Bernard Lang
  • 2413: Margret Larsen
  • 2414: D. E. Layton and A. N. Holdaway
5
L
  • 2415: Mr and Mrs. J. K. Lemon Jr.
  • 2416: E. G. Lewis
  • 2417: Bertha C. Libbey
  • 2418: Carrie R. Libbey
  • 2419-21: Daniel L. Libbey
6
L
  • 2422: Ethel Libbey
  • 2423: George W. Libbey
  • 2424: John Quincey Adams Libbey
  • 2425: John Quincey Adams Libbey and Aurelia Chasee Dodge Libbey
  • 2426: Katie E. Libbey
  • 2427: Milford Libbey at Libbey Monument in cemetery, Whitefield, New York
  • 2428-29: Libbey
7
L
  • 2430: Lolo
  • 2431-37: Louise
8
L
  • 2438: W. D. Love
  • 2439: John Collin Lovell
  • 2440: George and Martha Lovell
  • 2441: Clara Pratt Loveridge
  • 2442: Louis P. Lund
  • 2443: Emma Lydia
  • 2444: H. Lyland
  • 2445: Gilbert Lyman
  • 2446: Grant H. Lyman
9
M-N-O
  • 2447: John J. McClellan
  • 2448: Joy McCune
  • 2449: T. J. Mackintosh
  • 2450: Edith Acomb Madsen
  • 2451: George H. Maxwell
  • 2452: James Meikle
  • 2453: Ethel Lee Merrill
  • 2454: A. J. Munster
  • 2455: Heber Sears Murphy
  • 2456: George C. Naegle
  • 2457: Nicholas Family
  • 2458: James P. Olsen
10
P-Q
  • 2459: Elizabeth S. Parkinson
  • 2460: Thomas Parkinson
  • 2461: Annie Parsons
  • 2462: James Paxman
  • 2463: William Paxton
  • 2464-66: Tom C. Peck
  • 2467: Jeanetta Pitt
  • 2468: Rudolf and Anna Plus
  • 2469: Ralph J. Pugh
  • 2470: Jennie Quigley
11
R
  • 2471: Bengt Ravsten
  • 2472: Helen Rednay
  • 2473: Dick Reece
  • 2474-82: Ben E. Rich
12
R
  • 2483: Diana Farr Rich
  • 2484: Homer Rich and Fred Rich
  • 2485: Lorin Rich
  • 2486-87: Nina Farr Rich
  • 2488: Tommy Rine Children
  • 2489-90: Priscilla Jennings Ritter
  • 2491: W. W. Ritter

Identified Individuals I-SReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 12a

Container(s) Description
box
12a
Folder
13
R
  • 2492-96: Alice Rivett
  • 2497-98: Dorothy Rivett
14
Joseph Rivett
  • 2499-2509: Joseph Rivett
15
R
  • 2510: Joseph, Alice and Dorothy Rivett
  • 2511: Dorothy Rivett
  • 2512: Children of Dorothy Rivett
16
R
  • 2513: Countess Irene di Robilant
  • 2514: Lucile Robinson
  • 2515-16: Porter Rockwell
  • 2517: Junius Romney
  • 2518: Bill Ross
  • 2519: Dorothy Ross
  • 2520: Paul Ross

Identified Individuals: S-ZReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 13

Container(s) Description
box
13
Folder
1
S
  • 2521: Sarah ?
  • 2522: N. C. Schangaard
  • 2523: Phoebe Scholes Saville
  • 2524: Frederick William Schoenfield
  • 2525: Schoenfield Family
  • 2526: Heber J. Sears
  • 2527-28: Isabell Farr Sears
  • 2529: Stanley Keith Sears
  • 2530: Victor Sears
2
S
  • 2531: W. W. Seegmiller
  • 2532: Rosabel Shaw
  • 2533: J. C. Siddoway
  • 2534: Annie Slater
  • 2535: Tom Sloan
  • 2536-37: Eliza R. Snow
  • 2538-40: Chief Standing Bear
  • 2541: Leslie Sulgrove
  • 2542: Peter Sundwall
3
T-V
  • 2543: Henry Taggart
  • 2544: Gladys Thompson
  • 2545: Charles A Tietjen
  • 2546: "Tony Jim"
  • 2547: Russell L. Tracy
  • 2548: John R. Van Campen
  • 2549: S. R. Van Campen Jr.
  • 2550: P. H. Vartooguian
4
W
  • 2551: George Warman and Family
  • 2552-53: Annie D. Watson, John B. Walker and others
  • 2554: John B. Walker
  • 2555: Maggie Watson
  • 2556: Robert Henry Watson
  • 2557: Louise Wells
5
W
  • 2558: William J. Wallis and F. F. Vause
  • 2559: Ida Taylor Whitaker
  • 2560: John Williams
  • 2561: Sarah Williams
  • 2562: ? Williams
  • 2563: W. D. Williams
  • 2564: W. N. Williams
  • 2565: Joseph E. Wilson Jr.
  • 2566: Mary A. Wimmer
  • 2567: W. E. Winder
  • 2568: C. Wolfeden
6
Woodruff Family
  • 2569-70: Asahel Woodruff
  • 2571: Bulah Woodruff Beatie
  • 2572-73: Charles Woodruff
  • 2574: Elias Woodruff
  • 2575: Elias and Nellie D. Woodruff
  • 2576-77: Emily Jane Smith Woodruff
  • 2578: Ensign Woodruff
  • 2579: Ezara Mozart Woodruff
  • 2580: Fanny Carrington Woodruff
7
Woodruff Family
  • 2581: Lucile Critchlow Ackeridge (great granddaughter of Wilford Woodruff)
  • 2582: Marie Woodruff Hansen
  • 2583-84: Owen Woodruff
  • 2585: Paul A. Woodruff
8
Woodruff Family
  • 2586-88: Phoebe Whitmore Carter Woodruff
  • 2589: Phoebe Woodruff Snow
9
Woodruff Family
  • 2590: Sarah Brown Woodruff
  • 2591: Sarah R. Woodruff
  • 2592-96: Wilford Woodruff Jr.
  • 2597: Wilford Woodruff Jr. and family celebrating his birthday
folders
10-12
Unidentified Woodruff Family
  • 2598-2614: Woodruff Family Unidentified
Folder
13
W-Z
  • 2615: James Wrathall
  • 2616: Emily Partridge Young
  • 2617: Ernest L. Young
  • 2618: Lucy Biglow Young
folders
14-19
George Albert Smith homes
  • 2619-63: George Albert Smith home at 1302 Yale Avenue, Slat Lake City, Utah
  • 2664: George Albert Smith home on Hart Avenue, Ocean Park, California
  • 2665: George Albert Smith home in St. George, Utah
  • 2666-71: George Albert Smith home in Laguna California

LDS Historical sitesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 13a

Container(s) Description
box
13a
Folder
20
LDS Historical Sites
  • 2672: Building in which the book Of Mormon was first printed, Palmyra, New York. The E. B. Grandin Printing offices
  • 2673-74: Joseph Smith Memorial, Sharon, Vermont
  • 2675-76: Farm of Peter Whitmer, Fayette, New York
21
LDS Historical sites
  • 2677-81: Stone church of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the temple lot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
22
LDS Historical sites
  • 2682: Nauvoo Temple Sunstone
  • 2683: Floor of Carthage Jail, Jail in which Joseph Smith and Hyrum Smith were killed
  • 2684-85: Nauvoo, unidentified buildings
  • 2686: Residence of Brigham Young, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2687: Residence of John Taylor, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2688: The Old Homestead, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2689: Oriental Motel, Nauvoo, Illinois
23
LDS Historical sites
  • 2690-91: Wilford Woodruff Residence, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2692-94: Mansion House, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2695: Graves of the Martyrs, Nauvoo, Illinois

Photographs of PlacesReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 14

Container(s) Description
box
14
Folder
1
Temple Square
  • 2696: Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2697-98: Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle
  • 2699-2700: Tabernacle Organ and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
2
Temple Square
  • 2701-08: Salt Lake Temple
3
LDS Church Buildings
  • 2709: First LDS meeting house in Boise, Idaho
  • 2710: Coalville Tabernacle
  • 2711: Hawaiian Temple
  • 2712-14: Manti Temple
  • 2715: Monroe North Ward
  • 2716: Meeting house, Ovid Idaho, July 24, 1903
  • 2717: Wellsville Tabernacle
4
Utah Cities
  • 2718-21: Bluff, Utah
  • 2722: Indian camp on the site of Manti, Utah
  • 2723: Ogden, Utah
  • 2724: Randolph, Utah
  • 2725-27: St. George, Utah
5
Cities in Nevada and Wyoming
  • 2728: St. Thomas, Nevada
  • 2729: Afton, Wyoming
6
Salt Lake City scenes
  • 2730: President Brigham Young's residence
  • 2731: Mormon Battalion Monument
  • 2732: Forest Dale Sunday School, 1885
  • 2733: City Creek Canyon
  • 2734: View from the dome of the capitol
  • 2735: Main Street
  • 2736: State Street from the dome of the Capitol
  • 2737: Downtown Salt Lake City
7
Mission homes
  • 2738: Assembly Hall, Missouri Conference
  • 2739: Southern States Mission Home, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • 2740: Mission Home in Salbory, Denmark
  • 2741: Durham House, Liverpool, England
  • 2742: Mission Home on Holley Road, Liverpool, England
  • 2743: Mission Home in Fagali Upolu, Samoa
8
Missionary Groups
  • 2744: George Perry, George Wellson and Joseph Graham
  • 2745: President and traveling Elders at the Manchester Conference, April 1, 1883
  • 2746: Missionaires laboring in the Copenhagen Conference in April 1880
9
Pioneer Trail Scenes
  • 2747: Battle Creek Waterfalls
  • 2748: Lonely grave at crossing on Bear River, July 12, 1926
  • 2749: Devils Gate, Weber Canyon
  • 2750-51: Devil's Gate on Sweetwater, Wyoming
  • 2752-53L Pulpit Rock, Mouth of Echo Canyon
  • 2754-55: Cache Cave, Echo Canyon, Utah
  • 2756-57: Echo Canyon, Utah
10
Pioneer Trail Scenes
  • 2758: Green River Buttes, Wyoming
  • 2759: Henefer, Summit County, Utah
  • 2760: Independence Rock on Sweetwater Wyoming
  • 2761: Grave of an emigrant near Laramie, Wyoming
  • 2762-63: Ft. Laramie, Wyoming
  • 2764: Junction of the Laramie River with the North Platte River
  • 2765: Creek and Emerald Hill, Little Cottonwood Canyon
  • 2766-67: The Needles rocks
  • 2768: Sheep Rock, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2769-70: Weber Canyon
  • 2771: Weber Valley
11
This is the Place Monument
  • 2772-77: This is The Place Monument
12
Homes
  • 2778: Home of Lucy Smith Acomb
  • 2779: Home of Ross Eager
  • 2780: Home of Wilford and Josephine Libbey, Whitefield, New York
  • 2781: Will Edith Loosey's Home
13
Homes
  • 2782: Interior of the home of Charles R. Savage ?
  • 2783: Patriarch John Smith home, Nauvoo, Illinois
  • 2784: John Henry Smith home
  • 2785: Chief Standing Bear's home
14
George Albert Smith's New Zealand trip
  • 2786: Franz Josef glacier
  • 2787: Soldiers Monument, Perth Australia
  • 2788: Viscount Galway, Governor General, open King Koroki's new home
  • 2789: Presentation of the C. B. E. to Princess TePuea, 1938
  • 2790: King Koroki and his guests at the opening of his residence
  • 2791: Queen Salote Tubou, 1922
  • 2792: Maori women cooking in a hot stream
  • 2793: Hui Tau, 1938, Ngaruanahia, New Zealand
  • 2794-96: War canoe and escorts proceeding down Waikaot River to meet the Governor General
  • 2797: Powhiri welcome to Lord Galway by Princess TePuea's girls
15
George Albert Smith's trip to New Zealand
  • 2798: A corner of the new residence, "Turongo" of the King Koroki
  • 2799: Bottom of the out side of private sitting room of Turongo
  • 2800: Hallway in Turongo
  • 2801: The interior of Mahinoaanji, the reception room of the King Koroki
  • 2802: Waitakeres, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 2803-10: LDS Meeting houses
  • 2811: Edward Wilkins in Auckland, New Zealand
16
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2812-24: Photographs of Tonga
17
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2825-35: Photographs of Tonga
18
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2836-45: Photographs of Tonga
19
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2846-56: Photographs of Tonga
20
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2857-67: Photographs of Tonga
21
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2868-82: Photographs of Tonga
22
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
23
George Albert Smith's South Pacific trip
  • 2899-2908: South Pacific trip
  • 2909: Robert Louis Stevenson
24
Photographs of England
  • 2910-24: Photographs of England
25
Photographs of England
  • 2925-38: Photographs of England

Photographs and SnapshotsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 15

Container(s) Description
box
15
Folder
1
Photographs of the Mormon Meteor, Ab Jenkins' race car
  • 2939-46: Ab Jenkins racing on the Great Salt Lake Desert
2
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2947: Niagara Falls (circa 1895)
  • 2948: Temple Square (circa 1895)
  • 2949: Rural picture in California 1904 taken by George Albert Smith
  • 2950: Easter Sunrise service, Mt. Rubido, Riverside California (circa 1905)
  • 2951: Aubridge, Pennsylvania, August 15, 1907
3
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2952: Mexico, December 6, 1907
  • 2953: Liljenquist Family Monument, Hyrum, Utah, June 15, 1916
  • 2954: Flag Day, June 14, 1918. Secretary Daniels speaking in Lincoln Park, Albany, New York
  • 2955: Gravestone of President Martin Van Buren at Kinderhook, New York
  • 2956: Children of Dorothy and Lewis Hinshaw
  • 2957: The third annual Boy Scout Pow-Wow, April 5-7, 1922
  • 2958: One of the old Roman Baths, October 16,1922
4
Miscellaneous photographs
  • >2960: T. J. Graff, George Elliott and Robert Murray Stewart at Point Sublime on the rim of the Grand Canyon, September 11,1929
  • 2961: At the Miner home, Fairview, Utah, 1929
  • 2962: George Boshef at scout camp, Grandaddy Lakes, 1929
  • 2963: Chapel at Northern Heights. Dedicated May 30, 1933 by George Albert Smith
  • 2964: The New LDS Chapel in Washington D. C., August 1934
  • 2965: Boy Scout Lodge, Eighth Ward, Ogden, Utah, dedicated February 2, 1936
  • 2966: Unknown pioneer graves on the Oregon Trail, near Gurnsey, Wyoming
  • 2967-68: Rebecca Winters' grave, Nebraska
5
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2969: First lumber building in Wyoming, Ft. Laramie
  • 2970: Grouse Creek Jack, 108 years old, and his wife, 90 years old, 1938
  • 2971: Chimney Rock, Nebraska
  • 2972: Sea Gull Monument, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 2973-74: Colonel Maurice Anderson, Tokyo, Japan, 1946
6
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2975-77: George Albert Smith's reception for the Governor of Utah, 1947
  • 2978-79: University of Utah graduation ceremonies, 1950. George Albert Smith received an honorary degree
  • 2980: Boy Scouts
  • 2981: LDS Hawaiian Temple
  • 2982: Honolulu Hawaii Church, 1950
7
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2983: Lee's Pool-Tracy Wigwam Camp, Mill Creek Canyon, Utah
  • 2984: Edward J. W. and Mary A. Wood's 50th wedding anniversary
  • 2985: Napa Ward Sunday School, October 22, 1944
  • 2986: Floral tributes to Samuel M. Barrett
  • 2987: Lorin Farr Monument
  • 2988: Fort Utah 1849, from the original drawing by George Washington Bean who lived in it
8
Miscellaneous Photographs
  • 2989: Nephite (?) coin
  • 2990: George A. Smith's headstone
  • 2991: Joseph Smith's Monument dedication
9
Joseph Smith Monument dedication
  • 2992-3004: Joseph Smith Monument dedication, Sharon, Vermont 1905
10
Joseph Smith Monument dedication
  • 3005-07: Interior of monument cottage, Sharon, Vermont
  • 3008-14: LDS Church Leaders and party en route to Sharon, Vermont
11
Joseph Smith Monument dedication
  • 3015-18: Samuel Smith Monument in Topsfield, Massachusetts
  • 3019-22: Hill Cumorah
12
Joseph Smith Monument dedication
  • 3023-25: Sacred Grove near Joseph Smith Farm in Palmyra New York
  • 3056-3030: Home of Joseph Smith, Palmyra New York
  • 3031-32: W. Avery Chapman home in Palmyra New York where family of Joseph Smith lived when he received the Golden Plates, the Book of Mormon
  • 3033: Pleney T. Sexton home at the foot of Hill Cumorah
13
Kirtland Temple
  • 3034-42: Kirtland Temple
14
Kirtland, Ohio
  • 3043-49: Scenes from Kirtland
  • 3044 b: Grand Canyon
15
Snapshots of Arizona
  • 3050-51: Joseph Smith and party at the Grand Canyon
  • 3052-53: Pindedale, Arizona
16
Snapshots of California
  • 3054-65: California
17
Snapshots of Colorado
  • 3066-68: Colorado
18
Snapshots of Georgia
  • 3069-80: Area where Joseph Standing was shot, Varnal, Georgia
19
Snapshots of Idaho and Illinois
  • 3081-83: Idaho
  • 3084: Illinois
20
Snapshots of Massachusetts
  • 3085-3101: Massachusetts
21
Snapshots of Missouri and Nebraska
  • 3102-07: Missouri
  • 3108-11: Nebraska
22
Snapshots of Nevada, New Hampshire and New Mexico
  • 3112-22: Nevada
  • 3123: New Hampshire
  • 3124: New Mexico
23
New York
  • 3125-40: New York
24
New York
  • 3141-55: New York
25
New York
  • 3156-70: New York
26
New York
  • 3171-73: New York
27
North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Tennessee
  • 3174 a: Elders of Conference in North Carolina; b. Home of Silas Smith, New York
  • 3175 a: Johnson home at Kirtland; b. Home of Silas Smith
  • 3176 a: Home of Lewis Pick, Cave Oregon; b. Asael Smith Farm
  • 3177 a: Lewis Pick and Family; b. home of Amanda Seaver Winthrop, New York
  • 3178 a: Strawberry picking, Cave, Oregon. Lewis Pick and family; b. Silas Smith Farm, New York
  • 3179 a: Strawberry picking, Cave, Oregon. Lewis Pick family; b. home of Amanda Seaver, Winthrop New York
  • 3180 a: Union Stake Tabernacle, Le Grande Oregon; b. Mrs. Seaver, Bernice ?
  • 3181 a: Union Stake Tabernacle, Le Grande Oregon; b. Home of Lois Sivin, Winthrop, New York
  • 3182 a: Home of George E. Stoddard. Le Grande, Oregon; b. Home of Silas Smith where Asael Smith, grandfather of the Prophet Joseph Smith, died
  • 3183 a: Elders of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; b. Home of Silas Smith Winthrop New York
  • 3184: Front of Chattanooga Mission home. Chattanooga Tennessee
  • 3185: Back porch of Mission home, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Photographs and SnapshotsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 15a

Container(s) Description
box
15a
Folder
28
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3186: Pillars near Bluff, San Juan County, Utah. B. J. Tewwel Redd and Patriarch Jones in foreground
  • 3187: Cliff dwelling near Bluff, San Juan County, Utah
  • 3188: Home of B. J. Tewwel Redd. Bluff, Utah
  • 3189: Building used by Murdock Cleadany near Beaver, Utah
  • 3190: Ft. Cameron near Beaver, Utah. Now used as Murdock Academy
  • 3191: Large Rock at Cave Shrimp, San Juan County, Utah
  • 3192: William H. West, Camp Cottonwood Canyon Morgan, Utah
  • 3193: Canyon Diablo, San Juan County, Utah
  • 3194: Part of Grayson Canal, San Juan County, Utah
  • 3195: Home of Sister Adelia Lyman, wife fo Platt Lyman
  • 3196: Cliff dwelling near Grayson, Utah
  • 3197: Part of Canal near Grayson, Utah
  • 3198: Cliff dwellings near Grayson, Utah
  • 3199: Section of canal intended to irrigate canal around Grayson, Utah
  • 3200: Cliff dwelling near Grayson, Utah
29
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3201-02: Cliff Dwelling
  • 3203-04: Ferry boat on Green River
  • 3205: Looking glass rock
  • 3206: Home of Mary Fielding Smith, widow of Hyrum Smith
  • 3207-10: Home of Mary Fielding Smith, Mother of Joseph F. Smith
  • 3211: Ledge near Moab where first wagons were covered when they entered that valley, Grand County, Utah
  • 3212: View of wash between Moderna and Mountain Meadows
  • 3213: Road between Moderna and Mountain Meadows
  • 3214: Near Mountain Meadows
  • 3215: Wash between Mountain Meadows and Moderna
  • 3216: Indian hieroglyphics in Parawan Canyon
  • 3217: Home of Joseph Cheever
  • 3218: Home of Joseph Cheever
  • 3219: Provo
  • 3220-23: Snow Slide Provo Canyon
  • 3224: Richfield Utah Tabernalce
  • 3225-26: St. George Temple
  • 3227-29: view of dead volcano near St. George
  • 3230: Old adobe house in Temple yard where the sundial is kept that was used by the pioneers and where base meridian was kept
30
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3231: Main and Fourth South, Home of J. G. McDonald, next to corner
  • 3232: P.O. Building 1907
  • 3233: Pioneer Monument, Main and Fourth South
  • 3234: Home of John Acomb, Salt Lake City
  • 3235: Valley house, Salt Lake City, built by President Wilford Woodruff and was one of the first Hotels in Utah
  • 3236: President William Henry Taft on South Temple October 1911
  • 3237: Valley House
  • 3238: U. S. Troops leaving to Spanish American War
  • 3239: Old adobe building near East Temple gate inside yard
  • 3240: Home of John Acomb
  • 3241: Home of Beulab A. Beatie
  • 3242: Valley house cottage
  • 3243: Home on Thirteenth East
  • 3244: Saltair
  • 3245: Honorable C.V.C. Van Deusen and family at Saltair
  • 3246: Ferry on San Juan River near Hammond New Mexico
  • 3247: Uintah Valley
  • 3248: Ranch home of Joseph F. Boston of Verdure, near Manti, Utah
  • 3249-50: Ferry across Green River
  • 3251: 1917 Field Hospital No.25, France
31
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3252: To Joseph Smith Monument
  • 3253: Memorial Cottage at Joseph Smith Monument
  • 3254: Joseph Smith Monument, Sharon, Vermont
  • 3255-60: Memorial Cottage
  • 3261: Old Well used by the Smith Family in Sharon Vermont
  • 3262: Monument Cottage living room
  • 3263: Pond in Front of Monument Cottage
  • 3264: Old cellar in farm formerly owned by Joseph and Lucy Mack Smith
32
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3265: Joseph Smith Memorial Monument, Sharon, Vermont
  • 3266-73: Memorial Cottage and Monument July 24, 1915
  • 3274-76: Joseph Smith Memorial July 24, 1915
  • 3277: Near Joseph Smith Memorial Monument December 23, 1905
  • 3278: Home of D. Sander homestead, Vermont
  • 3279-80: Town Clerks offices in Turnbridge, Vermont
  • 3281: Home of Hale Durnal, upper Turnbridge
  • 3282: Home of Stephen Smith, upper Turnbridge, Vermont
  • 3283: Ruins of old home of Joseph Sr. and Lucy M. Smith where Alvin and Hyrum were born
33
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3284-85: Harvester and Binder of farm of Theodore Brandley driven by his son, Canada
  • 3286: Indian "Travois" with Squaw and boy, Cardston, Canada
  • 3287: Foot bridge over Piedras River at Juarez, Mexico
  • 3288: Academy band on bridge the day it opened for travel, December 5, 1907. Bridge across Piedras Verders, Juarez, Mexico
  • 3289-90: Opening of New Bridge over Piedras River
  • 3291: Hacienda of Geul Tarasas near Juarez, Mexico
  • 3292: Ruins of an ancient city in old Mexico Casa Grandes
  • 3293: Hacienda of Geul Tarasas near Juarez
34
Photographs and Snapshots
  • 3294-97: En Route to Europe, Aunt Edith, Auntie Watson, Mr. and Mrs. George Albert Smith and others
  • 3298: Unidentified
  • 3299: Naples Italy drying macaroni outdoors, 1922
  • 3300: Mrs. George Albert Smith in clothes purchased at Worths
  • 3301-02: En Route to Europe
  • 3303: Unidentified
  • 3304: Mr. and Mrs. George Albert Smith and Party, Italy
  • 3305: Home of L.E.W. Smith
35
Miscellaneous
  • 3306: Opening of San Pedro R. R.
  • 3307: Mrs. Sevier
  • 3308: Unidentified
  • 3309: Post Card from Salt Lake
  • 3310: Dr. Smith, Edith Smith, wife and son
  • 3311: Dr. Will Smith's home, New England
  • 3312: Breakdown of auto car when going from Palmyra to Canadiagua to have deeds recorded. June 1907
  • 3313: Unidentified
  • 3314: Old Revolutionary gun on barge, Lake Champlain
  • 3315: C. V. C. Van Deusen and George Albert Smith
  • 3316: Program from honorary banquet for Elder Melvin J. Ballard and Elder Rulon S. Wells prior to opening the South America Mission October 28, 1925

AddendumReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 16

Container(s) Description
box
16
Folder
1
George A. Smith (35 mm slides)
  • 1-3: George A Smith laid out on a bed before his burial
2
Emily Smith Stewart
  • 1: Portrait of Emily Smith Stewart during her third year of nursing training, age 21, 1916
  • 2: "Family prize picture...21 North West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah. Edith Smith is starring in her first picture. She is about two months and is being held by Lucy Emily Woodruff, wife of George Albert Smith. Smith is as proud as she can be of her new daughter, Emily is oldest girl and four years older than Albert, only brother
  • 3: "Dining room of Mr. and Mrs. George Albert Smith 21 North West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah. Aunt Edith Atherton Smith sister of Emily Jane Smith Woodruff, she is holding baby Edith Smith, two month old child of George A. and Lucy W. Smith born in this home November 10, 1899. Emily is oldest child of same parents, she is four years old in this picture
  • 4: Group of young girls sitting on a lawn, possibly a Sunday School class. (Lucy Emily Smith, wife of George A Smith standing)
3
Smith Family Life and Snapshots
  • 1-17: Snapshots of unidentified children and adults sitting and working around the house and yard
3a
Smith Family Life and Snapshots
  • 1-8: Snapshots of unidentified children and adults sitting and working around the house and yard
4
Smith Family at the Ocean
  • 1-4: Women and children playing in the waves at the ocean
  • 5-6: Women and children in swimming suits on the beach
  • 7-17: Smith family on a cruise through the Alaska wilderness
  • 18-20: Unidentified landscapes, possibly Alaska
5
Family Trips and Snapshots
  • 1: Family snapshot at the Edward King Memorial
  • 2: Two Smith women standing by a community grindstone used by Russian settlers in 1880
  • 3-10: Smith Family members at various unidentified sites around the United States
  • 11-12 Smith girls riding an ostrich at a farm in California
6
Family Trips and Snapshots
  • 1-6: Smith Family in front of unidentified buildings
  • 7-8: Group of islanders dressed in white
  • 9: Boys practicing football
  • 10: Men at a dam construction site
  • 11: People standing on the top of a dam at Blacksmiths Fork
  • 12: Native Americans on a horse pulling branches
  • 13: Smith Family at Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park
  • 14-16: Smith Family at unidentified sites
7
Smith Family Road Trips
  • 1-4: Family standing next to cars and riding in buggies
  • 5: Man fixing a car
  • 6-16: Smith Family riding in cars
8
Smith Family at Various sites around Utah
  • 1-2: Deseret News Publishing Company
  • 3-7: Sites around Salt Lake City
  • 8: Three people standing at the base of a cross located near Spanish Fork, Utah
  • 9: Women and young man sitting on a large wheel at Bear Lake, Utah, July 9, 1917
  • 10: Sailboat
9
Smith Family Vacation to South America
  • 1-23: Smith Family at sites around South America including temple ruins
10
Smith Family on Vacation Outside the United States
  • 1: Photo taken from a carriage while approaching a castle
  • 2-9: Sites in Italy
  • 10-11: Sites in France
  • 12-14: Family posed near totem pole
11
Homes of the George A. Smith Family
  • 1-2: Portraits of Joseph Smith, Hyrum Smith and Lucy Mack Smith hanging over the mantle at the home of George A. Smith
  • 3: Portrait of Olive (?) Iverson
  • 4-5: Martha's Bedroom at 1111 South 13th East in Salt Lake City
  • 6: Gardener Elliot home at 1302 Yale Avenue in Salt Lake City
  • 7-8: Exterior of an unidentified home
  • 9: Smith home on 1302 Yale Avenue in Salt Lake City
  • 10: Exterior of an unidentified home
  • 11: Emily's bedroom at 1111 South 13th East in Salt Lake City
  • 12: Marty in the Kitchen at 1111 South 13th East in Salt Lake City
  • 13: Emily's bedroom at 1111 South 13th East in Salt Lake City
  • 14-15: Exterior of an unidentified home
  • 16: Livingroom of home at 1111 South 13th East in Salt Lake City
  • 17-33: Views of the Exterior of the home of President George A. Smith at 1302 Yale Avenue, Salt Lake City
  • 34-37: Portraits and sculptures
  • 38-53: View of an unidentified garden and home, possibly the home of President George Albert Smith at 1302 Yale Avenue, Salt Lake City
  • 54-56: View of Salt Lake City from high on a hillside
12
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Canadian Temple
  • 1-4: Exterior and grounds of the LDS Canadian Temple
  • 5: Cardston Tabernacle
13
Unidentified Buildings
14
Unidentified Buildings
15
Landscapes

Unidentified PortraitsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 17

Container(s) Description
box
17
folders
1-11
Unidentified Portraits

Unidentified PortraitsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 18

Container(s) Description
box
18
folders
1-11
Unidentified Portraits

Unidentified PortraitsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 19

Container(s) Description
box
19
folders
1-9
Unidentified Portraits

Unidentified PortraitsReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 20

Container(s) Description
box
20
folders
1-7
Unidentified Portraits

Subordinate Component # 28Return to Top

Container(s): Box 21

Container(s) Description
box
21
Folder
1
Smith Family
  • 1-6: George Albert Smith Portraits and Clarissa Smith Williams
2
Smith in groups
  • 7-12: George Albert Smith Portraits with other people
3
Smith Family
  • 13-21: General photos of the Smith Family
4
Smith Family Homes
  • 22-24: Residences of the Smith Family
5
General
  • 25-32: general George Albert Smith photos
6
Smith Family
  • 33-40: George Albert Smith and John Henry Smith
7
Geroge Albert Smith
  • 41-50: George Albert Smith Portraits
8
Scandinavian Mission
  • 51-65: photos of Scandinavian Mission
9
Brigham Young, movie
  • 66-84: photos of Brigham Young movie
10
Group Portraits
  • 85-89: group portraits
11
Sculpture work by Avard Fairbanks
  • 90-97: Sculpture work by Avard Fairbanks
12
Artwork
  • 98-103: artwork

Subordinate Component # 29Return to Top

Container(s): Box 22

Container(s) Description
box
22
Folder
1
Large groups of people
  • 1-4: group portraits
2
Smith in groups
  • 1-4: George Albert Smith Portraits with other people
3
Group portraits
  • 1-3: group portraits

Subordinate Component # 30Return to Top

Container(s): Box 23

Container(s) Description
box
23
Folder
1
George Albert Smith
  • 1: George Albert Smith
2
Salt Lake, 1902
  • 1: "Salt Lake State, 1902"
3
Group portraits
  • 1-2: groups at events
4
Smith in groups
  • 1: George Albert Smith Portraits with other people
5
Camp Lewis branch of the LDS church
  • 1-3: Camp Lewis branch of the LDS church

Subordinate Component # 31Return to Top

Container(s): Box 24

Container(s) Description
box
24
Folder
1
George Albert Smith
  • 1: George Albert Smith
2
Group portraits
  • 1: Group portraits
3
Smith Family
  • 1: Smith Family portrait
4
Unidentified woman
  • 1: portrait of an unidentified woman

Subordinate Component # 32Return to Top

Container(s): Box 25

Container(s) Description
box
25
Folder
1
George Albert Smith
  • 1: George Albert Smith
2
Women of the LDS church
  • 1: Women's stake photo, 1892
3
Stake photo
  • 1: "YMMI" Stake photo
4
George Albert Smith
  • 1-2: George Albert Smith

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Mormon Church--History--Photographs
  • Mormon Church--Missions--Photographs
  • Mormon pioneers--Emigration--Photographs
  • Personal Names :
  • Smith, George A.(George Albert), 1817-1875--Photographs
  • Smith, George Albert, 1870-1951--Photographs
  • Family Names :
  • Smith family--Photographs
  • Geographical Names :
  • Asia--Photographs
  • United States--Photographs
  • Utah--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Group portraits--1850-1945
  • Photographic prints--1850-1945
  • Portrait photographs--1850-1945