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Ezra T. Clark family papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Ezra T. Clark papers (1849-1999) contain interviews, memoirs, mission papers, general family documents, and short histories of descendants of Ezra T. Clark (1823-1901) and his wives, Mary Stevenson Clark (1825-1911) and Susan Leggett Clark (1838-1902). Ezra T. Clark was a pioneer settler in Davis County, Utah. The histories include copies of biographies, memoirs, interviews, letters, photographs, newspaper articles, and other material pertaining to the lives of the various relatives. These biographical sketches were started by Clark S. Knowlton (1919-1991), another member of the extended Clark family, but they were left uncompleted after his death.
 
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Ezra T. Clark photograph collection

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Ezra T. Clark photograph collection consists of one 8x10 hand-tinted photograph of Ezra Thompson, Susan Leggett, and Mary Stevenson.
 
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Edna Clark Ericksen oral history audio recordings

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Edna Clark Ericksen oral history audio recordings (1972-1982) consist of extensive interviews with Ericksen about her life experiences. Ericksen served in the Utah State Legislature in the 1930s-1940s and on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Primary General Board.
 
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Edna Clark Ericksen papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Edna Clark Ericksen papers (1908-1982) contain materials documenting the political, personal, and religious activities of this Utah legislator and church leader. The bulk of the collection pertains to the E. E. Ericksen and Ezra T. Clark families. Included are correspondence, personal material, documents regarding the LDS Church's Primary and children, news clippings, Democratic Party and Utah Legislature materials, and documents regarding her public service activities. Edna Clark Ericksen (1889-1983) served in the Utah House of Representatives in the 1930s and in the Utah Senate in the 1940s. The items that document her public activities are news clippings and articles or speeches relating to her major interests: women, education, and the family.

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