The John Hamilton Morgan papers (1845-1986) detail the personal, professional, and religious activities of John Morgan (1842-1894), a noted Utah educator and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) leader. Click here to view the digitized collection.
The Enos and Jemima Child Stookey family biography consists of a bound biography of Enos Stookey (1829-1889)and Jemima Child Stookey (1827-1914) and their children that has been compiled by Gwenevere A. Stookey and Corrine S. Dods. Enos and Jemima Child Stookey were Mormon pioneers who moved from Belleville, Illinois, in 1855 to Salt Lake City, Utah, by wagon. After their arrival they moved to Rush Valley, Utah, and were some of the first established settlers in this area.
The Feargus O'Connor Willden papers consist of an autobiography/diary of Feargus O'Connor Willden (1864-1878), autobiographical to 1878, then diary entries or transcription 1864-1868; family history to 1955 incorporating a typed transcription of the diary; papers related to an application for an Indian Wars veterans pension; a 1920 Indian Wars Veteran ribbon. Willden was a Utah Black Hawk War veteran and a resident of south-central Utah.