Hope A. Hilton photograph collection, 1915-1990

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hilton, Hope A.
Title
Hope A. Hilton photograph collection
Dates
1915-1990 (inclusive)
Quantity
.75 linear feet, (2 archives boxes)
Collection Number
P0617
Summary
The Hope A. Hilton photograph collection consists of images of Annalee Skarin and family and also photographs and slides of various historic sites in Wyoming.
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: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Hope A. Hilton collection contains family photographs, images from research done on family members, photos of friends, and photographs of Palestinian refugee camps during the late 1960s. Folder one and two contain images of Annalee Hope Avarell Hilton and her immediate family. Folder three consists of images of Hope Hilton's ancestors. Folders four through nine contain images of Hope Hilton's mother, Annalee Kohlhepp German Avarell Skarin, her husbands, places of residence and headstone.

Hope Hilton also did much research on her ancestor, Bill Hickman. Folders ten through fourteen consist of images collected while studying Bill Hickman, including: photos of his gun, places of residence, and place of Hickman's death and burial. The remaining five folders of the Hope Hilton collection contain images of other family members, friends, and photos of Palestinian refugee camps during the late 1960s. Box 2 looks to have been a scrapbook of sorts, but was dismantled before receipt. These images are of Lynn and Hope Hilton from the 1940s through 1990, many of these inlcude images of them Saudi Arabia.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library's Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Collection Name, Collection Number, Box Number, Folder Number. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Collection is arranged topically.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Hope A. Hilton in 1994.

Processing Note

Processed by Mary Ann Curtis in 2002.

Separated Materials

See also the Hope A. Hilton papers (MS 0584) located in the Manuscripts Division of Special Collections.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1 Annalee Hope Avarell Hilton
  • 1: portrait of Annalee Hope Avarell, January 1948, photo by Richard M. Stevens, Chicago, IL
  • 2: "Hope sitting on a stone hedgerow near Soldier's Home in Applesyd, Sweden, August 10, 1987."
  • 3: portrait of Hope A. Hilton
1 2 Lynn and Hope Hilton Family
  • 1: Christmas card from the Lynn M. Hilton Family, 1968, L to R: Hope, Cynthia, Polly, Ralph, Sheree, and Lynn.
  • 2: Lynn and Hope Hilton Family portrait, July 1966, photo by Young's Photography of Oakland, CA
  • 3: portrait of Sheree Hilton, age 12-13
1 3 Kohlhepp, Avarell and Hickman Family Genealogy
  • 1: portrait of Annalee Hope Avarell Hilton, age 22
  • 2: portrait of Hugo Joseph Avarell, age 45
  • 3: portrait of Annalee Kohlhepp, age 19
  • 4: portrait of Annalee Kohlhepp, age 36
  • 5: portrait of Johan Elof (Gustaveson) Avarell
  • 6: portrait of Seckla Anderson
  • 7: portrait of Frederick John Kohlhepp
  • 8-9: portraits of Mary Ella Hickman
  • 10: portrait of Johan Frederick Anderson
  • 11: portrait of Johan Frederick Kohlhepp
  • 12: portrait of William A. Hickman
  • 13: portrait of Fredrika Jonson
  • 14: portrait of Maria Charlotta Anderson
  • 15: portrait of Marie Elizabeth Wetzler
  • 16: portrait of Minerva Wade
  • 17: portrait of Edwin Temple Hickman, father of William A. Hickman
  • 18: profile drawing of Sally Maria Bundy, age 18
  • 19: painting of Count Marshall Frederick Von Rosen, Marshall of France
  • 20: portrait of Moses Wade
  • 21: Mary Ella Hickman and husband Frederick John Kohlhepp at American Falls, ID, near their brick home, circa 1915. The home and the site where the couple are sitting are now under water.
  • 22: Constance Kohlhepp, Mary Ella Hickman Kohlhepp, Frederick John Kohlhepp, unidentified, unidentified, Judge Edward Quinlin, Annalee Kohlhepp, Lorenzo Lisonbee Sr., unidentified, unidentified, unidentified, and Sarah K. Bird.
  • 23: Fredericka Jonson, born August 19, 1829, died December 21, 1907
  • 24: Hugo Joseph Avarell, Agnes Ellis, Violet Ellis, Aina Claire Avarell, John Elof Avarell, John Ellis, and Teckla Anderson Avarell
  • 25: Hilma Gustavson Avarell, Teckla Anderson Avarell, Alice Gustavson Avarell, John Elof Avarell, Albin Ellis
  • 26: Corporal Hugo Joseph Avarell in uniform while serving in France during World War I, 1918
  • 27: Sister Munk and Annalee Kohlhepp in Long Beach, CA while serving in the California L.D.S. Mission, 1920.
  • 28: Large group of soldiers and trucks gathered around a frozen fountain in France during World War I. Hugo Joseph Avarell is probably one of the men.
  • 29: portrait of John Frederick Anderson, born April 18, 1824, died January 30, 1901, adopted Teckla Anderson
  • 30: Teckla Anderson, born April 13, 1861, died November 10, 1941 in Los Angeles
  • 31: Maria Charlotta Anderson, born May 23, 1983, died January 3, 1911, adopted Teckla Anderson.
  • 32: Headstone of Hugo J. Avarell, May 26-27, 1832, found in the Los Angeles Rosedale Cemetery on the corner of Washington and Normandic Blvd.
  • 33: The Kohlhepp sisters, Eda, Minerva, Annalee, Marie, and Sarah, 1900
  • 34: Minerva Kohlhepp Teichert, Minerva Wade Hickman, Ren Lisonbee, Lorenzo Lisonbee, John Frederick Kohlhepp, Mary Ella Hickman Kohlhepp, Sarah Kohlhepp, Eda K. Lisonbee, Annalee Kohlhepp, unidentified adopted child, Constance Kohlhepp, and Herman ?, Jr.
  • 35: Frederick John Kohlhepp, born 1862 in Chelsa, MA
  • 36: Eda, Minerva, Sarah, and Annalee Kohlhepp near their brick home on the Snake River before the dam was built.
  • 37: Marie Kohlhepp Nash, Mary Ella Hickman, and Anna Olea Kohlhepp in Salt Lake City, circa 1918-1919.
  • 38: "Grandma Dilby and Minerva Wade Hickman just before she died, circa 1918"
  • 39: "The old two story brick home of Grandparent in American Falls, ID, before it was flooded by the dam...Eda Lorenzo Lisonbee and family, Hickman's."
  • 40: portrait of Moses Wade
  • 41: William Adams Hickman Family
  • 42: Mary Ella, Warren and Surujror Hickman
  • 43: Margaret, Minerva Lerona and Moses Hickman
  • 44: Sarah Marja Hickman
  • 45: Mynerva Wade
  • 46: William Hickman
  • 47: Minerva Brenetta Kohlhepp Teichert
  • 48: Constance Kohlhepp
  • 49: unidentified
  • 50: Marie Elizabeth Kohlhepp Nash
  • 51: Mary Ella Hickman Kohlhepp at age 50, born September 28, 1865, died January 11, 1941
  • 52: Sara Ella Kohlhepp Bird, born June 1897, died February 1951
  • 53: Mr. Martineau and wife Bernetta Hickman AKitten@
  • 54: Fanny Richardson, Mr. Martineau (last husband of Aunt Kitten), Bernetta Hickman "Kitten," Ella Kohlhepp, Ella Francis
  • 55: seven of Sarah Hickman Francis' nine children, Fred, Fanny, John, Ella, Warren, Henry, and Bill
  • 56: five of Sarah Hickman Francis' seven sons, L to R: Fred, Henry, John, Warren, and Bill (photo taken at Sarah Francis' funeral)
1 4 Annalee Kohlhepp German Avarell Skarin
  • 1: portrait of Annalee Kohlhepp, age 16
  • 2: portrait of Annalee Kohlhepp Avarell, 1920
  • 3-4: portrait of Annalee Skarin
1 5 Hugo and Annalee Avarell Family
  • 1: wedding portrait of Hugo Joseph Avarell, c. 1922
  • 2: Avon (Avarell) German, age seven months. Annalee's first son, who died of the flu in 1918.
1 6 Reason and Annalee Skarin, A.K.A. John C. and Nan Mathews
  • 1-2: undated Christmas cards from Reason and Annalee Skarin
  • 3-4: Portraits of Annalee and Reason Skarin / Nan and John Mathews. "The above two pictures, the latest ones known, were taken about 1974. They were delivered by Maggie Biswell, Annalee=s landlady, to Hope and Lynn Hilton October 25, 1994 as a part of the last possessions owned by Annalee which she left behind with she died. Maggie said that these were the people she knew as nan and John Mathews. These pictures were taken with they were hiding on a remote ranch in Pakenta, Tehama County, California. Annalee is shown about 75 years of age and Reason about 76."
  • 5: Reason and Annalee Skarin while in hiding on a ranch in Paskenta, CA, 1971
  • 6: Reason Skarin standing next to a tree in Paskenta, CA, 1971
1 7 Residences of the Skarins / Mathews
  • 1-2: Photos of buildings taken while Annalee and Reason Skarin were in hiding on a ranch in Pakenta, CA, 1971.
  • 3: Lynn Hilton standing in front of the apartment house where Reason Skarin died in 1982, Red Bluff, CA, October 25, 1994.
  • 4-5: Apartment in Red Bluff, CA where Reason Skarin died in 1982. The Skarin=s lived in D12.
  • 6-7: Home in Solan, CA, where Annalee lived after the death of her husband Reason.
  • 8: 70 Gilmore Road, Red Bluff, CA. Last apartment of Annalee Skarin before she went to the Catholic Home.
  • 9: Catholic Home where Annalee Skarin lived after the death of her husband Reason.
  • 10-11: CareWest Cedars Nursing Home where Annalee Skarin died.
1 8 Headstone of Annalee Skarin / Nan Mathews and Reason Skarin / John C. Mathews
  • 1-6: headstone of Nan Mathews, aka Analee Skarin, 1899 - 1988 (photo taken October 24, 1994)
  • 7: Lynn and Hope Hilton at Annalee=s headstone
  • 8: Headstone of Reason E. Skarin, aka John C. Mathews, 1898-1982
  • 9: Red Bluff Cemetery where Reason Skarin is buried
  • 10: headstone of Nan Mathews, aka Analee Skarin, 1899 - 1988
1 9 Annalee Kohlhepp German Avarell Skarin Miscellaneous
  • 1: Sister Munk, Annalee Kohlhepp and Gertrude Ockey at the San Diego Zoo, 1921
  • 2-3: Gertrude Ockey, Annalee Kohlhepp, Sister Munk, and Forrest Ockey at the San Diego Zoo, 1921
  • 4: unidentified group eating
  • 5: "The one sitting on the ground is a friend. The next is Elder Jorgensen and the one standing is Elder Peterson. The picture isn=t good of him though. These were taken in a park about a block from where Sister Munk and I (Annalee Kohlhepp) live, although we hardly ever get to see it."
  • 6: "Great Sitka taken from Adak Island across the Bearing Sea, August 15, 1957. Bob, Rosa and Bobby Weilmunster to our dear friends Mr. and Mrs. Mathews."
1 10 Bill Hickman's Gun
  • 1-5: Lynn and Hope Hilton with an unidentified man holding Bill Hickman's gun, San Antonio, TX, July 1991.
  • 6: Lynn ? Hilton sitting in a saddle aiming Bill Hickman's gun while Hope Hilton stands by.
1 11 Residences of Bill Hickman, IO, MI, and IL
  • 1-2: Hope Hilton standing in front of a replica of the Galland School, 1830-1940. Galland was the first school house in Iowa.
  • 3: unidentified field, possibly Iowa
  • 4-5: Hope Hilton standing next to a pump, possibly Iowa
  • 6: Hope Hilton standing in front of a sign welcoming visitors to Randolph County, MO
  • 7: unidentified view, Missouri or Iowa
  • 8-16: Lynn and Hope Hilton at Bill Hickman=s boyhood home site in Randolph County, Missouri, 1819-1832 (photo taken July 1991)
  • 17-21: Bill and Beretta Hickman=s farm, Old Milton, in Randolph County, MO, 1836-1838 (photo taken July 1991)
  • 22-25: Old Kaelka Farm in Huntsville, MO owned by Bill Hickman, 1836-1838 (photo taken July 1991)
  • 26-27: old cabin or shelter in Fairfield
  • 28-29: Hope Hilton standing in front of the newly laid foundation of Bill Hickman's cabin in Pioneer Trails State Park, Salt Lake City, UT, July 1991.
1 12 Residences of Bill Hickman, Baldwin Creek, WY?
  • 1: "Right side of burial site as we figured it to be"
  • 2: "Front of double cabin, entrance built by Dyostroms"
  • 3: "Front view of site"
  • 4: "Going in on the left side, rough walking"
  • 5: "Other side of dugout"
  • 6: "Approach to 'vault' or where we figured the grave was@
  • 7: "Another small dugout near big one. Too small for habitation."
  • 8: "Interior of double cabin. It has been restored and remodeled some."
  • 9: "Back view"
  • 10: "Looking up at the burial site"
  • 11: "Left side of 'vault' or pile of fitted rock, white stone about center."
  • 12: "Front entrance"
  • 13: "Baldwin Creek looking up-stream"
  • 14: "Front view of dugout. The growth made it difficult to get closer."
  • 15: "Door frame of old Peterson dugout, built 1877-1878"
  • 16: "Door frame to Bill=s old lean-to cabin on Baldwin Creek"
  • 17: "Did this wagon wheel bring Bill Hickman to Baldwin Creek?"
  • 18: "Side view of Hickman's dugout about half mile below cabin as described"
  • 19: "Stone work at site"
  • 20: "Pile of stones near dugout"
  • 21: "Log cabin built after 1890"
  • 22: "Grave of a child"
  • 23: "Henry Peterson cabin built 1877 in Baldwin Creek"
  • 24: "From dugouts to log cabins by 1890s"
  • 25: "Back of the Potter cabin on Baldwin Creek"
  • 26: "Cabin of McHague on Baldwin Creek, about 1894. They had seven children."
  • 27: "Lynn standing on side of Bill Hickman's grave"
  • 28: "Bill Hickman's lean-to cabin on Baldwin Creek"
  • 29: "Fallen down roof beam of Bill Hickman's lean-to dugout cabin"
  • 30: "Taken from the top looking down on Hickman monument"
1 13 Residences of Bill Hickman, South Pass, WY
  • 1: "Carissa No. 1 gold mine, South Pass City, WY. Bill Hickman dug for gold here in 1867." Photo taken October 10, 1980.
  • 2-21: Views of South Pass, WY.
  • 22: South Pass City, WY, 1870 (photo by William H. Jackson)
  • (neg only)
1 14 Death and Burial Place of Bill Hickman, Lander, WY
  • 1-3: Road to "Mormon Gulch" and "Mormon Meadows" named after Bill Hickman who lived here from 1880-1883. Hickman and his three sons lived at the head of Baldwin Creek, eight miles northwest of Lander, WY in the Wind Rivers Mountains. The men ran horses in the surrounding area, photos taken July 1996.
  • 4: Bill Hickman's burial place and monument are on private land down the hill and to the right in the bottom of Baldwin Creek, photo taken July 1996.
  • 5: Bill Hickman's grave is in the trees in the center of the photo, photo taken July 1996.
  • 6: "The line of trees is the lower part of Hickman=s ranch and Baldwin Creek. Hickman lived here 1880-1883 when he died and is buried close by. Lander , WY is in the distant right of picture," photo taken July 1996.
  • 7: "Mormon Meadows," located at the head of Baldwin Creek, eight miles northwest of Lander, WY in the Wind River Mountains, photo taken July 1996.
  • 8: private ranch property where Bill Hickman is buried
  • 9: Main Street Lander, WY, 1883
  • 10: "Possible site of Bill Hickman's burial, Red Canyon, Little Popoagie River."
  • 11: "the oldest motel in town"
  • 12: "Motel in Lander, WY, one-third of way up Baldwin Creek."
  • 13: "The rise of the Sinks, Papoagie River and Valley, July 14, 1980."
  • 14-15: "Pondstown, Salem, UT"
1 15 Thomas Jefferson Hickman
  • 1: Jail clothing and ball and chain of Thomas Jefferson Hickman while an inmate at the Los Animos, CO, 1878.
  • 2: "The old stone jail for Los Animos, CO, 1878"
  • 3: Gallows in front of the Los Animos jail
  • 4-5: Thomas Jefferson Hickman=s property in Los Animos, CO
  • 6: Hope Hilton standing next to a car on Road 13 passing through T.J. Hickman's property.
  • 7: Hope Hilton standing next to a car in Bent County, CO, August 1995.
  • 8: Hope Hilton standing next to a Cottonwood tree in Bent County, CO.
1 16 Elva Nash
  • 1-2: portraits of Elva Nash
1 17 Middle Eastern
  • 1: Othman ? standing in front of the ancient romantic pool of Zizion
  • 2: Othman ? holding his youngest son in his back yard
  • 3: Othman=s oldest son, Said
  • 4: Renda and Joseph Saad, January 1970
  • 5: John-David and Sammy Saad, January 1970
  • 6: Vivian Nassihi in Cairo, Egypt, December 1968
  • 7: unidentified portrait
  • 8: unidentified man and woman at an airport, 1960s
  • 9: Karameh Elementary School, East Jordan, 1974-1975
  • 10-11: unidentified group gathered on the steps at the Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem, 1967
1 18 Palestinian Refugee Camps
  • 1-2: refugees receiving their rations
  • 3-11: Palestinian children refugees
  • 12-13: elderly refugees
  • 14-21: views of Palestinian refugee camps
Late 1960s
1 19 General
  • 1-2: Rae, Hope Hilton, and Reed in Arland, CA, October 1994
  • 3: portrait of an unidentified couple
  • 4: Violet and ? Hilman, World War I nurse volunteers
  • 5: plaque commemorating Steptoe=s Military Camp
  • 6: unidentified building and parking lot
1 20 Family and Friends
  • 1-70
1 21 Hilton Family, Sugarhouse Penitentary
  • 1-51
1 22 Hickman Family History
  • 1-19: Hickman Family History
  • 20: there is no number 20
  • 21: negatives of number 22
  • 22-31: Hickman Family History
2 1 Hope and Lynn
  • 1 : Hope Avarell Hilton, hand-tinted portrait, 16 years old. San Pedro, California, 1940
  • 2 : Hope Avarell Hilton, hand-tinted portrait, 1943
  • 3 : Sterling and Lynn Hilton, March 24, 1943
  • 4 : Lynn Hilton, aviation cadet, 1943
  • 5 : Lynn Hilton, US Army pilot, second lieutenant, 1944
  • 6 : Lynn Hilton, US Army pilot, second lieutenant, November 1944
  • 7 : Lynn Hilton, US Army pilot, second lieutenant, February 1945
  • 8 : Lynn Hilton, US Army pilot, second lieutenant, July 22, 1945, "Haha, now you laugh."
  • 9 : Lynn Hilton, Plymouth, Massachusetts March 1946
  • 10 : Lynn Hilton, Portland, Maine, December 1946
  • 11 : Elder Lynn M. Hilton, Portland, Maine. "At the end of a perfect day‚Ķof without purse or script. Southern Maine, August 1947."
  • 12 : Elder Lynn Hilton, Portland, Maine, March 1947
  • 13 : Hope Avarell Hilton, bride, 1948
  • 14 : Lynn and Hope Hilton wedding, 1948
  • 15 : Hope Hilton, 1947
  • 16 : Hope Hilton in Chicago, January 1951
  • 17 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1952
  • 18 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1953
  • 19 : Lynn M. Hilton, Oakland, California, 1953
  • 20 : Hope Hilton in Chicago, 1953
  • 21 : Lynn M. Hilton, Provo, Utah, 1954
  • 22 : Lynn M. Hilton, Provo, Utah, 1954
  • 23 : Lynn M. Hilton, Provo, Utah, 1954
  • 24 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1955
  • 25 : Lynn M. Hilton, Provo, Utah, April, 1955
  • 26 : Lynn M. Hilton, Provo, Utah, December, 1955
  • 27 : Lynn M. Hilton, March 1957
  • 28 : Lynn and Hope Hilton, Provo, Utah, November 1957
  • 29 : Lynn M. Hilton, October 1958
  • 30 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1959
  • 31 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1959
  • 32 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 1960
  • 33 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 1960: "around the world in 80 days (7 months)."
  • 34 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 1960
  • 35 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 1960, "on board the SS Iberia between Honolulu and Vancouver."
  • 36 : Hope Hilton, 1960
  • 37 : Lynn M. Hilton, May 1960, photo by Brigham Young University Photo Studio
  • 38 : Lynn M. Hilton, May 1960
  • 39 : Lynn M. Hilton, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 1, 1960
  • 40 : Hope Hilton, 1961
  • 41 : Lynn M. Hilton, November 3, 1961, photo by Brigham Young University Photo Studio
  • 42 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1964
  • 43 : Lynn M. Hilton, March 1965
  • 44 : Hope Hilton in Saudi Arabia, 1965
  • 45 : Lynn M. Hilton, June 1965
  • 46 : Lynn and Hope Hilton, 1965
  • 47 : Exterior of the Lynn and Hope's home in Salt Lake City, Utah, 1965
  • 48 : Lynn M. Hilton, June 1965
  • 49 : Lynn M. Hilton at the podium at the Sheraton Hotel in Dallas. Event for the Foreign Language League, February 26, 1967, photo by Equire Haskins, Dallas, Texas
  • 50 : Hope Hilton, 1976
  • 51 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 1968
  • 52 : Lynn and Hope Hilton at an event, 1968
  • 53 : Lynn M. Hilton, February 5, 1969
  • 54 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Salt Lake City, Utah, November 16, 1969
  • 55 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in San Pedro for the class reunion, Hope was a class officer, 1970
  • 56 : Hope Hilton, November 1970
  • 57 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1971
  • 58 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1971
  • 59 : Hope Hilton, 1971
  • 60 : Lynn and Hope Hilton, "Hope cooks Arabian food for the Deseret News," June 1971
  • 61 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1972
  • 62 : Lynn M. Hilton, April 1972
  • 63 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1973
  • 64 : Hope Hilton, 1973
  • 65 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1973
  • 66 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1974
  • 67 : Contact sheet for portraits of Lynn M. Hilton, 1974, photos by Busath Photography
  • 68 : Lynn M. Hilton riding an elephant (Republican), with the banner: Hilton for Congress, 1974
  • 69 : Lynn and Hope Hilton, 1974
  • 70 : Lynn and Hope Hilton, 1974
  • 71 : Lynn M. Hilton, 1976
  • 72 : Hope Hilton in Egypt, 1977
  • 73 : Lynn and Hope Hilton with their dog in Egypt, 1978
  • 74 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Egypt, 1978
  • 75 : Lynn M. Hilton, July 1980
  • 76 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Salt Lake City, Utah, September 1981
  • 77 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, December 11, 1983
  • 78 : Lynn M. Hilton, October 1984
  • 79 : Hope Hilton in Saudi Arabia, 1984
  • 80 : Lynn M. Hilton in Saudi Arabia, May 1984
  • 81 : Lynn M. Hilton in Abha, Saudi Arabia, July 1984
  • 82 : Lynn M. Hilton in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, December 1985
  • 83 : Lynn M. and Hope Hilton in Istanbul, Turkey, February 1985
  • 84 : Lynn and Hope Hilton at the Washington DC temple, 1985
  • 85 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, May 1985
  • 86 : Lynn M. Hilton "in the backyard of our Yanbu home," Saudi Arabia, May 14,1985
  • 87 : Lynn M. Hilton on Hope's bike in in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia, March 1986
  • 88 : Hope Hilton, 1986
  • 89 : Lynn and Hope Hilton in Saudi Arabia, 1986
  • 90 : Hope Hilton, 1987
  • 91 : Lynn M. Hilton, March 1988
  • 92 : Hope Hilton, December 2, 1988
  • 93 : Hope Hilton, December 1987
  • 94 : President Ralph M. Hilton and Elder Lynn M. Hilton at the Hillside Stake, June 1989
  • 95 : Lynn M. Hilton in graduation regalia with Hope, 1989
  • 96 : Lynn M. And Hope Hilton, October 1990
1940-1990

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Personal Names

  • Skarin, Annalee, 1899-1988--Photographs

Geographical Names

  • Wyoming--Photographs

Form or Genre Terms

  • Photographic prints--1915-1980
  • Photographic prints--Color--1915-1980
  • Portrait photographs
  • Slides--Color--1915-1980