New collections from the Utah State Historical Society
Today we have some great new collections from the Utah State Historical Society to celebrate, ranging from pioneer history, portrait studio photographs, a diary from the Topaz relocation center, and much more. Read on for more details about these collections!
Larson Studio Negative Collection – Over 22,000 images from the Larson Studio in Provo, including portrait and landscape photographs.
|J. Lewis Bird|
Carbon County Cookbook – Take a trip back to the 1920s and explore the foodways of Carbon County in this community cookbook that features recipes for Boiled Salad Dressing, Good Raisin Bread, and Mock Lemon Pie.
|Our Daily Diary, Topaz Relocation Center|
Ellis Reynolds Shipp Papers – Collection documenting the history and correspondence of one of the first female doctors in Utah.
|West Side of Main Street|
Thanks to the Utah State Historical Society for sharing these new collections!