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Collection Overview

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Collection Overview +/-

Title: Kerr Family Collection
Dates: 1770-1980 (inclusive)
Collection Number: MS 036
Summary: The Kerr Family Collection was donated in 1985, by Dr. Knight B. Kerr on behalf of the Walter A. Kerr family. The collection contains personal correspondence, journals, autobiographies, newspaper clippings, photographs, and various other materials that outline primarily the history of the Gilbert Belnap family. However, the materials do provide insight into some aspects of the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, as well as life in 19th century Ogden and surrounding areas
Repository: Stewart Library Special Collections
Address:
Weber State University
2901 University Circle
Ogden UT 84408

Collection Inventory +/-

Box 1, folder 1: AFFLECK, JOHN, (1849-1945)

1. Biography by Walter A. Kerr. 2. Biography by Walter B. Kerr.

box 1, folder 2: BELNAP, ADELINE KNIGHT (1831-1919) (1831-1919)

1. Affidavit made by Mary B. Lowe regarding Adeline Belnap and various other family members, undated.

2. Application for membership into the society of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers..

3. Autobiography..

4. Biography by Flora Belnap..

5. Biography by Lola Belnap Coolbear..

6. Biography by Alpha C. Crow..

7. Biography by Knight B. Kerr..

8. Excerpts of biographies, two pages..

9. Funeral Services of Adeline Knight Belnap..

10. Letter to Gilbert Belnap March 23, 1857 (c.1 and 2)..

11. Notes on a Relief Society meeting..

12. Obituary for Adeline Belnap, Ogden Standard Examiner, June 14, 1919.

box 1, folder 3: BELNAP, CHRISTIANA RASMUSSEN (1863-1928) (1862-1928)

1. Autobiography of Christiana Belnap.

2. Biographical sketches of family members including autobiography of Christiana Belnap.

3. Biography, author unknown.

4. Biography, author unknown.

5. Funeral services of Christiana Belnap, July 13, 1928.

box 1, folder 4: BELNAP, CHRISTIANA RASMUSSEN (cont) (1862-1928)

1. Letter from Christiana Belnap to Hyrum Belnap, 1926.

2. Obituary of Christiana Belnap, Ogden Post, Friday, July 20, 1928.

3. Patriarchal blessing given by Patriarch John Smith, February 20, 1888.

4. Patriarchal blessing given by Patriarch John Smith, August 7, 1903.

5. Poetry by Christiana Belnap.

6. Receipt of payment to Lars Nielsen, July 29, 1880.

7. Receipt of payment to Hooper Irrigation Company, May 27, 1891.

8. Reminiscences of Christiana Belnap

9. Song written by Christiana Belnap, September 2, 1890.

10. Teaching certificate, August 15, 1883.

box 1, folder 5: BELNAP, FLORA (1884-1956) (1884-1956)

1. Autobiography of Flora Belnap.

2. Autobiography of Flora Belnap, 1934.

3. Autobiography, “’Thus Saith the Lord’ The Words of Patriarchs Fulfilled.”

4. Autobiography, “’Thus Saith the Lord’ The Words of Patriarchs Fulfilled,” combined with the autobiography from 1934.

5. Christmas card from Danish relatives, undated.

6. Family history notes.

7. Invitation and program to Jesper and Helena Kjier Family reunion, November 15, 1952.

8. Invitation to Jesper and Helena Kjier Family reunion, August 22, 1953.

9. Letter to Andrew Jenson, December 12, 1929.

10. Letter to Flora Belnap from unknown relative, November 7, 1939.

11. Letter to Mrs. Paul White, December 24, 1939, containing family history information.

12. Notes on activities of various family members.

13. Salt Lake Temple dedication admittance card, April 12, 1893 (photocopy).

box 1, folder 6: BELNAP, GILBERT (1821-1899), Biographical Information (1821-1899)

1. Affidavit signed by Gilbert Belnap and photocopied from The History of the Church.

2. Autobiographical information by Gilbert Belnap, as well as biographical information about Adeline Belnap.

3. Biographical sketch evidently printed in the Ogden Standard Paper (c.1 and 2).

4. Biography by Knight B. Kerr.

5. “Gilbert Belnap—A Maiden’s Hero,” written by Flora Belnap Dotson.

6. “Gilbert Belnap and the Transcontinental Railroad,” written by Voleny B. Belnap.

7. “Golden Wedding,” by Flora Belnap.

8. “A History of the family of Gilbert Belnap: A pageant by Flora Belnap.”

9. “History of Gilbert Belnap,” written by May Parker Belnap.

10. Newspaper article, “ . . . Low Comedy Marked,” Ogden Standard Examiner, Sunday, May 4, 1969.

11. Notes on the life of Gilbert Belnap.

12. “An Orphan Boy: Gilbert Belnap,” author unknown.

13. Stories about Gilbert Belnap by various family members.

14. Timeline of Gilbert Belnap’s life.

15. “Two Brothers,” an account of Gilbert and Thomas D. Belnap, written by Della A. Belnap. Certificates

16. Certificate of Appointment to position of prosecuting attorney in Ogden City, undated.

17. Certificate of Appointment to position of selectman for Weber County, 1873.

18. Certificate of election to office of trustee for the Hooper City Irrigation Company, 1873.

box 1, folder 7: BELNAP, GILBERT (1821-1899)

Correspondence

1. Portion of a letter reporting ordinations to an unknown person, undated.

2. Letter from John Belnap and his wife, half of letter torn off, undated (c.1 and 2).

3. Letter to an unknown editor regarding the life and travels of Gilbert Belnap, undated.

4. Letter from Gilbert Belnap’s wives, April 24, unknown year (c.1 and 2).

5. Letter to unknown person regarding gospel doctrines, 1843.

6. Letter to unknown person, unfinished, March 11, 1847 (c.1 and 2).

7. Letter from D. Moore, certifying Gilbert Belnap’s election to the office of Pound Keeper for Ogden City, August 15, 1854. Also has at bottom of page a receipt, poor quality photocopy.

8. Letter to Adeline Belnap, February 25, 1856 (c.1 and 2).

9. Letter to Adeline Belnap, March 28, 1856 (c.1 and 2).

10. Letter Mary Paine, November 23, 1856.

11. Letter to Adeline and Henrietta Belnap, February 18, 1857 (c.1 and 2).

12. Letter to Adeline and Henrietta Belnap, April 7, 1857.

13. Letter from Thomas D. Belnap, May 1, 1857.

14. Letter to Adeline and Henrietta Belnap, May 12, 1857 (c.1 and 2).

15. Recommend from T.S. Smith to Brigham Young for Gilbert Belnap to take a third wife, July 28, 1857.

16. Letter to one of Gilbert Belnap’s brothers, January 2, 1861.

17. Letter from E.W. East, November 8, 1864.

18. Telegram from O.F. Nelson, December 13, 1866.

19. Letter to C.L. Williamson, April 1867. Also at top of page a portion of a letter, circa 1895 concerning family temple work.

20. Statement made by Gilbert Belnap concerning plural marriage, date unknown. Also at top of page another portion of the letter mentioned above concerning family temple work.

21. Letter from Calter Thompson, March 24, 1866. Also at bottom of page a portion of a letter, very poor quality.

22. Letter from John Belnap, April 12, 1871.

23. Letter from Post Office requesting reports of arrival and departure of mail on Gilbert Belnap’s route.

24. Letter from Lorin Farr at the request of Erastus Snow, May 17, 1874.

25. Letter to an unknown editor, January 1, 1875.

26. Letter to F. Richards, January 2, 1875.

27. Letter from Thomas D. Belnap, January 27, 1876 (c.1 and 2).

28. Letter to Martha Knight, September 4, 1880 (c.1 and 2).

box 1, folder 8: BELNAP, GILBERT (1821-1899)

Genealogical Information

1. Excerpt from family Bible about Rosel Belnap, Gilbert Belnap’s father.

2. Genealogy of the Gilbert Belnap family.

3. List of names and dates starting in 1780 and ending in 1830, very poor quality photocopy.

4. List of names and dates ranging from about 1805-1889, very poor quality photocopy.

Journals and Reminiscences

5. Date book (photocopy).

6. Excerpt from Gilbert Belnap’s journal, June 27, 1844, regarding “Martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, Imprisonment of Gilbert Belnap and others with Prophet Joseph” (c.1 and 2).

7. Excerpt from Gilbert Belnap’s journal, May 16, 1885 to July 17, 1856.

8. “Impressions of the Prophet Joseph Smith” by Gilbert Belnap.

9. Private journal of Gilbert Belnap (typescript)

box 1, folder 9: BELNAP, GILBERT (1821-1899)

Legal Papers

1. Court order to release property to Nathaniel Leavet, as well as two statements by Leavet certifying that he received the property from Gilbert Belnap.

2. Indenture apprenticing Gilbert Belnap to William C. Moore, 1832 (c.1-3).

3. Official bond for fifteen thousand dollars from Sanford Bingham, Israel Canfield, and Charles F. Randall to Gilbert Belnap.

4. Petition for reimbursement, 1881-82.

5. Petition for reimbursement, 1883.

6. Proposal that Gilbert Belnap convey mail on Rout 16644, 1872.

7. Receipts, two pages (photocopied), 1864 and1873.

8. Statement made by Mary B. Lowe, May 15, 1941 regarding division of Gilbert Belnap’s property.

9. Statement made by Mary B. Lowe, May 28, 1941 regarding Gilbert Belnap’s job as Assessor and Collector of Weber County.

Miscellaneous

10. Statistical report of district 9617, ending December 31, 1873. Also at top of first page—copy of a blessing given to “Sister Belnap.”

11. Various accounts and records of Gilbert Belnap as marshal.

box 1, folder 10: BELNAP, GILBERT ROSEL (1847-1929) (1847-1929)

Letter to Gilbert Belnap, previous page(s) missing, date unknown

2. Letter to one of Gilbert R. Belnap’s brothers, previous page(s) missing, date unknown.

3. “The Sandy Haired Detective,” a true story related to Flora Belnap by Gilbert R. Belnap.

box 1, folder 11: BELNAP, HENRIETTA MCBRIDE (1821-1899) (1821-1899)

Two-part letter by Henrietta Belnap. The first part is addressed to her husband, Gilbert Belnap, and the second to her brother, George McBride, March 22, 1857 (c.1 and 2).

box 1, folder 12: BELNAP, HYRUM (1858-1938) (1858-1938)

Biographical Information 1. Autobiography.

box 2, folder 1: BELNAP, HYRUM (1858-1938)

Biographical Information

1. Autobiography excerpts, handwritten.

2. Autobiographical account, “Brown’s Fort,” 1936.

3. Autobiographical account, “Goodyear Camp,” 1931.

4. Autobiographical account, “A Mysterious Preacher.”

5. Autobiographical account, “A Trip to Denver,” May 4, 1883.

6. Addendum to Hyrum Belnap’s autobiography by Flora Belnap.

7. Biographical notes by Marion Belnap Kerr.

8. Biography, author unknown.

9. Chronological record of the life of Hyrum Belnap, by Marion Belnap Kerr.

10. Chronology of Hyrum Belnap’s life.

11. Handwritten chronology by Hyrum Belnap.

12. Journal excerpt, 1878.

13. Journal excerpt, May-June, 1897.

14. Journal entries ranging from 1888-1909.

15. Journal excerpt, July 24-25, 1908.

16. List of birth dates and places for Hyrum Belnap family members.

17. Newspaper article, “Hyrum Belnap at 75, Recalls Pioneer Days,” Ogden Standard Examiner, Sunday, March 26, 1933 (c.1-3).

box 2, folder 2: BELNAP, HYRUM (1858-1938)

1. Class notes, University of Deseret, 1883.

box 2, folder 3: BELNAP, HYRUM (1858-1938)

Correspondence

1. End of letter from Hyrum Belnap to unknown person, undated.

2. Poem from Hyrum Belnap to unknown person, undated.

3. Letter from Gilbert Belnap, December 4, 1882.

4. Letter from “Annie,” November 16, 1883.

5. Letter from Reuben Belnap, December 10, 1886.

6. Letter from Augustus (“Guss”) Belnap, November 8, 1888.

7. Letter from Thomas B. Evans, August 4, 1908.

8. Letter from James Allen Kibbe, April 7, 1909.

9. Letter from Charles A. Callis to Thomas E McKay and Hyrum E. Lund, regarding Hyrum Belnap’s release from the Southern States Mission, June 8, 1926.

Miscellaneous Papers

10. “The Aaronic Priesthood,” by Hyrum Belnap.

11. Accounts of the Adeline Knight Belnap estate made by Hyrum Belnap.

12. Accounts of the Christiana R. Belnap estate made by Hyrum Belnap.

13. Brick building permit, November 29, 1889.

14. Certificate of Commission to office of Assessor and Collector for Weber County, January 3, 1885.

15. Contract to build brick house, January 11, 1890.

16. Essay on government and taxation.

17. Essay on life and death.

18. Essay on the president and taxation.

19. Essay on selflessness and humility.

20. Funeral services for Hyrum Belnap, September 21, 1938.

21. Improvement Era article, “An Unpublished Letter on the Tennessee Massacre,” by Willis E. Robinson, November 1898.

22. Obituary, Salt Lake Tribune, September 19, 1938.

23. Obituary, unknown newspaper, September 19, 1938.

24. Receipt for donation to the building fund for the Ogden Tabernacle, September 26, 1884.

25. Receipts, photocopied, ranging from March 1886 to October 1892, three pages.

26. Speech on polygamy.

27. Stock certificate for 1500 shares in the Hyrum Belnap Lumber Company.

28. Survey of a property owned by Hyrum Belnap.

29. Thoughts in raising children.

30. “A Tour to the West,” story by Hyrum Belnap, April 25, 1883.

box 2, folder 4: BELNAP, HYRUM A. (1890-1940) (1890-1940)

1. “In Memoriam,” memorial services for Hyrum A. Belnap, held by the Weber County Bar Association, 1940.

2. Newspaper article, “Interesting Citizens: Judge Hyrum A. Belnap,” unknown newspaper, January 31, 1933.

box 2, folder 5: BELNAP, JOHN M. (1883-1976) (1883-1976)

Newspaper article, “Belnap Writes Hooper History,” Ogden Standard Examiner, July 24, 1927.

box 2, folder 6: BELNAP, LAURA (1884-1928) (1884-1928)

“Diary of Laura Belnap: Book A,” 1899-1901 (photocopy).

box 2, folder 7: HANSCOM, ALMIRA KNIGHT (1827-1912) (1827-1912)

1. Letter to Martha Knight, date unknown. 2. Letter to Martha Knight, March 15, 1896. 3. Statement made by Almira Hanscom regarding celestial, or plural, marriage, July 24, 1908.

box 2, folder 8: JENSON, OLIVE BELNAP (1888-1979) (1888-1979)

“Poems,” by Olive Belnap Jenson.

box 2, folder 9: KERR, ANDREW AFFLECK (1872-1929) (1872-1929)

1. Biography of Andrew Kerr

2. Calling card, Phillip W. Schopp.

3. “My Interview With Professor Kerr,” by Miss Laudh.

4. Obituary for Andrew Kerr, The Utah Alumnus, August 1929.

5. Obituary, “Two Distinct Losses,” magazine unknown, 1929.

6. Patriarchal blessing, November 14, 1893.

7. Post card from Andrew Kerr’s visit to Wittenberg, March 9, 1900.

8. Post card to Andrew Kerr’s parents, November 20, 1901.

9. Post card to Andrew Kerr’s parents, December 7, 1901.

10. Resolution passed by the University of Utah Committee on Resolutions and faculty, November 5, 1929.

11. “What it Means to be Educated,” Andrew Kerr’s thoughts on education.

box 2, folder 10: KERR, GEORGE MERCER (1841-1904) (1841-1904)

Biographical Information

1. Autobiographical account of George Kerr’s voyage from Liverpool, England to Salt Lake City, Utah, May 30-October 4, 1863.

2. Biography, including photographs, author unknown.

3. Biography written by Isabella E.K. Wilson, January 1940.

4. Biography by Knight B. Kerr.

Legal Papers

5. Indenture of Apprenticeship for George Mercer Kerr to Thomas Simpson and Sons, printers, January 1, 1855.

6. Letter certifying the completion of George Kerr’s apprenticeship, 1860.

7. Declaration of Intention to become a U.S. Citizen, October 5, 1868.

8. Certificate conveying to George Kerr the property on northeast corner of Wall and 24th Avenue in Ogden, Utah, August 17, 1870.

9. Deed of conveyance, August 25, 1870.

10. Certificate of Citizenship, March 18, 1871.

Miscellaneous

11. List of birth dates and places of George Kerr’s grandchildren.

12. Photocopies of train tickets, eight total.

13. Promissory note to repay loan from the Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company, August 9, 1863 (photocopy). Also photocopied on same page, the receipt showing repayment of the loan, September 22, 1873.

14. Receipts for taxes collected 1871, 1878, 1880, and 1881

box 2, folder 11: KERR, JANE AFFLECK (1842-1911) (1842-1911)

1. Biography by Isabella E.K. Wilson.

2. Biography by Knight B. Kerr.

3. Letter from A. Traynor to George R. Scott expressing sympathy to Jane Kerr and her family upon the death of her husband, George Kerr, July 9, 1904.

4. Letter from J. H. Maguire to Jane Kerr upon the death of her husband, July 26, 1904.

box 2, folder 12: KERR, KNIGHT B. (1917-present) (1917/1980)

1. Article, “A Program for Education About Alcohol in the Public Schools of Utah,” Association for the Advancement of Instruction About Alcohol and Narcotics newsletter, undated.

2. Letter from Della Belnap, September 25, 1973.

3. Program for the Seventh Annual Session of the Utah School of Alcohol Studies, June 22-28, 1958.

4. Program for West High School Commencement, May 29, 1964.

box 2, folder 13: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972) (1886-1972)

Biographical Information

1. Autobiographical accounts of various events in the life of Marion Kerr.

2. Autobiography of Marion Kerr (c.1 and 2).

3. Biographical sketch of Marion Kerr.

4. Biography of Marion Kerr by Knight B. Kerr.

5. Biography of Marion Kerr, printed in “The Compass,” newsletter for the University Ward, Aug/Sept. 1963.

6. Biography written for Who’s Who of American Women, 8th Ed.

7. List of important dates in the life of Merion Kerr.

8. Notes on Marion and Walter Kerr’s honeymoon trip.

9. Vita of Marion Kerr.

box 2, folder 14: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

Certificates

1. County teacher’s certificate, September 14, 1906.

2. Teacher’s certificate, September 14, 1906.

3. Extension of unknown certificate, June 30, 1909.

4. Certificate of merit for services rendered on behalf of the National War Salvage Program, September 30, 1945.

5. Certificate of membership in the Apartment House Association of Utah, January 6, 1958.

Correspondence

6. Calling card from Madame M.R. Ferdinand Brunot, note written in French, undated.

7. Invitation to special preview of Kennecott Copper Corporation’s new Research Center, August 12, year unknown.

8. Letter from unknown person, undated

9. Letter from Howard K. Belnap, September 30, year unknown

10. Letter from Francis Christensen, Jesse G. Rasmussen, and Heber McKay, undated.

11. Letter from Grace Belnap Hale, undated.

12. Card included with a bouquet of flowers from John C. Sharp and John C. Beutler, Jr., 1914.

13. Letter from Suzanne Hayes, February 1, 1914 (written in French).

14. Letter from Aurelia S. Rogers, August 18, 1916 (c.1 and 2).

15. Letter from Aurelia S. Rogers, August 16, 1918, to “Sister May.”

16. Letter from Aurelia S. Rogers, May 20, 1919.

17. Letter from Suzanne Hayes, July 10, 1921 (written in French, includes two photographs).

18. Letter from J. Leroyer, July 26, 1921 (written in French).

19. Letter from F. Gout, December 23, 1921 (written in French).

20. Letter from Hyrum Belnap, September 8, 1936.

21. Letter from the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, December 11, 1939.

22. Letter from Florence Hyde, April 29, 1941.

23. Letter from M. Lynn Bennion, August 20, 1943.

24. Letter from Earl J. Glade, Mayor of Salt Lake City, March 25, 1944.

25. Telegram from Knight B. Kerr, April 5, 1946.

26. Letter from Earl J. Glade, Mayor of Salt Lake City, May 22, 1944.

27. Letter from Earl J. Glade, Mayor of Salt Lake City, July 21, 1944.

28. Telegram from Knight B. Kerr, September 29, 1944 (photocopy).

29. Letter from Hope Horsfall, October 20, 1944.

30. Letter from Nina Halliday, September 26, 1945.

31. Letter from Maryann Burtau Wetzel, January 23, 1946.

32. Invitation to Belnap Family reunion, August 24, 1946.

33. Letter from Helen Chapman, September 15, 1947.

34. Letter from Helen Chapman, December 10, 1947.

35. Letter from Eleanor Volberding, March 8, 1950.

36. Letter from Fairway Furniture Company, December 12, 1950.

37. Invitation to Annual Alumni Founders’ Day Banquet, February 20, 1953.

38. Card from Melvin Olson, President of Kjier Reunion, August 17, 1960.

39. Letter from Rose E. Calder, March 26, 1962.

40. Rough draft of letter from Pres. A Ray Olpin and Board of Regents.

41. Letter from Olive Jensen, March 11, 1963.

42. Letter to Olive Jensen, March 14, 1963.

43. Letter from Calvin S. Smith, November 27, 1963.

44. Letter from Amos Belnap to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kerr, January 14, 1965.

45. Letter from Howard K. Belnap, August 26, 1965.

46. Letter from I. E. Osborn, President of Who’s Who International, Inc.

47. Letter from Marion Belnap “To Whom it May Concern,” December 8, 1970.

48. Letter to members of the Gilbert Belnap Family Association, June 10, 1971.

49. Note from Dorothy Lewis, 1972.

50. Helene Kerr’s response to above note, April 9, 1972.

51. Letter of sympathy from the Utah Mothers’ Association, to the family of Marion Kerr, April 1972.

52. Card from Mrs. Gladys Goates, April 20, 1972.

box 2, folder 15: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

1. Family record book. 2. Tape of funeral services for Marion Kerr.

box 3, folder 1: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

Journal, Book I.

box 3, folder 2: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

Journal, Book II.

box 3, folder 3: KERR, MARION, BELNAP (1886-1972)

Miscellaneous

1. Application for membership to the Society of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, November 30, 1929.

2. Calendar 1934-35, for the Free Kindergarten and Children’s Aid Association of Hawaii.

3. Calling card, Marion A. Belnap.

4. Calling card, Mrs. Walter Affleck Kerr

5. Family history miscellanea, including photocopies of letterheads, an invitation to a wedding reception, and the cover of a missionary program (photocopies, one page).

6. “A Friendly Discussion upon Religious Subjects,” religious tract published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1903.

7. “History of the Fourth Ward Primary Association,” by Marion Belnap.

8. Inspirational quote on womanhood.

9. Instructional booklet, “Navigator,” for the Primary Board of the Northern States Mission, 1939.

10. List of General Primary and Stake Primary functions, with subjects discussed, dates range from 1914-1937.

11. List of members of the General Board of Primary Associations.

12. Membership card for the Volunteer Salvage Corps.

13. “My Sons,” poem by Grace Nell Crowell.

14. Nomination form for Marion Kerr for the American Mother filled out by Mrs. Earl A. Davis, March 7, 1950.

15. Nomination form for Marion Kerr for the American Mother filled out by Mrs. Shelby Nielson, March 7, 1950.

16. Nomination form for Marion Kerr for the American Mother filled out by University of Utah Women’s Club, Mrs. George A. Pierson, President, March 14, 1950.

17. Notes, three pages, written in French.

18. Notes, eight pages, very poor quality photocopy.

19. Primary General Board Assignments for Marion Kerr, 1936-1938.

20. Receipts for tithes and offerings to the LDS church for Walter and Marion Kerr, March 8, 1959.

21. Reports for the Camilla C. Cobb Chapter of the Association for Childhood Education (A.C.E.), February 1940.

22. Schoolwork of Marion Belnap.

23. Treasurer’s account book, Central Board of the Primary Association, Weber Stake (photocopied).

24. Yearbook of the Association for Childhood Education, 1940.

box 3, folder 4: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

Newsletters

1. “The Guide,” newsletter for the Northern States Mission, December 1938.

2. Anniversary Number Northern States Relief Society Bulletin, March 1939.

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

3. Statement from the Education Department of the Utah Federation of Women’s clubs, printed in that organization’s yearbook, undated.

4. “Teachers for Public Schools,” newspaper unknown, circa 1910.

5. “Colorful Tales of Old West Reflected in Tales,” The Salt Lake Telegram, July 15, 1937.

6. “Shanty Annie: by Ivan C. Jones,” Salt Lake Tribune, August 7, 1930.

7. Weber College Signpost, November 7, 1940.

8. “Telling of Tales Starts Tonight At Liberty Park,” Salt Lake Tribune, July 10, 1941.

9. “Maw Blames Opposition To Social Case Workers,” The Deseret News, December 17, 1942.

10. “Women’s Club Meets,” Deseret News, April 17, 1943.

11. “Women Vote: Mrs. Kerr Chosen,” newspaper unknown, April 19, 1943.

12. “SL Federation,” Salt Lake Tribune, April 20, 1943.

13. “Women’s Clubs of Utah Aid Home Front,” Salt Lake Telegram, May 25, 1943.

14. “On the Home Front An Army Marches,” Salt Lake Tribune, June 3, 1943.

15. “Women’s Leader Urges Child Welfare Program,” Salt Lake Telegram, June 16, 1943.

16. “The United States Navy Calls ‘Carry On’ And Women of Utah Reply,” Salt Lake Telegram, August 25, 1943.

17. “Tree Planting Programs Mark Arbor Day in SL,” Salt Lake Telegram, April 10, 1944.

18. “Global Thinkers Map Youth Study,” Salt Lake Tribune, February 15, 1945.

19. “Global Thinkers To Hold Seminary,” Deseret News, February 20, 1945.

20. “Juvenile Authority Slated at Meet,” Salt Lake Tribune, February 21, 1945.

21. List of officers of the Utah Federation of Women’s Clubs, Utah Clubwoman, April-May 1945.

22. “Spring Meeting: Chi Delta Phi’s Program,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 23, 1945.

23. “Minute Women Release Volunteer War Aids,” Salt Lake Tribune, February 1, 1946.

24. “Taylor-Kerr Nuptials Set,” Salt Lake Tribune, February 12, 1946.

25. “Happy Birthday,” newspaper unknown, June 1946.

26. “Committee on Institutions Tours Bushnell Hospital,” Salt Lake Tribune, September 13, 1946.

27. “Chalking Up a Record,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 18, 1947.

28. “Candidates,” and various other articles from The Utah Clubwoman, May 1950.

29. “SL Federation Ends Year’s Activities,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 22, 1951.

30. “The Children’s Friend for 50 Years,” The Children’s Friend, January 1952.

31. “Trekkers Award Trophies,” Salt Lake Tribune, July 24, 1957.

32. “Elected to Hall of Fame: Outstanding Utah Women To Be Honored,” Deseret News, February 26, 1958.

33. “Hall of Fame Even Honors Seven for Civic Services,” Salt Lake Tribune, February 27, 1958.

34. “’Mother of the Year’ Chief Quits Post After 11 Years,” Salt Lake Tribune, October 19, 1962.

35. “A Benign Service to Motherhood,” Deseret News, October 22, 1962.

36. “Reception at Craft House,” Deseret News, December 14, 1968.

37. “Blackmailed into Winning,” newspaper unknown, April 19, 1969.

box 3, folder 5: KERR, MARION BELNAP (1886-1972)

Programs

1. The Summer Finals and The One-Hundredth Convocation, University of Chicago, September 1916, includes invitation to Convocation Reception.

2. Sherlock Holmes, Farewell Performances of William Gillette, 1929-1932, includes portrait of William Gillette.

3. The Freiburg Passion Play, July 15-20, 1930, playbill included.

4. Utah-White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, April 6-7, 1931.

5. Primary Association Convention, June 10-12, 1932.

6. Thirty-Seventh Convention of the Utah Education Association, October 27-29, 1932.

7. Official Souvenir Program for Salt Lake City Covered Wagon Days, July 22-24, 1935.

8. 36th Annual Convention of the Primary Association of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, June 12, 1938.

9. Seminary graduation, April 28, 1944.

10. First Annual Seminar of Global Thinkers, Inc., June 14-17, 1944.

11. Souvenir Program from the Utah State Prison Tour by Salt Lake District of The Utah Federation of Women’s Clubs, April 17, 1947, includes photographs of the tour.

12. First Annual Graduation Exercises of the Bryant Junior High School Seminary, May 27, 1947.

13. Award ceremonies for State Mother of the Year Award, 1958-1965 (photocopies, six pages).

14. Hall of Fame Banquet, February 26, 1958 (photocopy).

15. Award ceremony for Ogden District Mother of the Year Award, 1967.

box 3, folder 6: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK (1880-1966) (1880-1966)

Biographical Information

1. “A Backward Glance,” autobiographical essay.

2. “Alsace,” autobiographical essay (pages missing).

3. “At Professor Brunot’s: June 20, 1920,” autobiographical reminiscence.

4. Biographical notes on Walter A. Kerr.

5. Biographical outline by Marion Belnap Kerr.

6. Biography by Knight Belnap Kerr.

7. Biography printed in “The Compass,” newsletter for the University Ward, University West Stake, Feb-Mar, 1965.

8. “The Family goes to Paris: A Patriarch’s Word Comes True,” autobiographical essay.

9. “The Honeymoon Trip Abroad,” autobiographical essay.

10. “Laon,” autobiographical essay (c.1-3).

11. “Les Voyages,” autobiographical essay (photocopy).

12. List of children and grandchildren in the Walter Affleck and Marion Belnap Kerr family, including birth dates and places.

13. Missionary experiences.

14. “Music,” autobiographical essay regarding various choir and singing experiences.

15. “Music,” autobiographical essay regarding various other musical experiences.

16. Notes on history of Walter A. Kerr.

17. “Religious Events and Experiences,” autobiographical essay, uncompleted.

18. “Religious Events of My Life,” autobiographical essay.

19. “Reminiscences of Ogden in the Eighties,” autobiographical essay.

20. “Rheims and the Battle Front: August 1, 1920,” autobiographical essay (c.1-3).

box 3, folder 7: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK (1880-1966)

Biographical Information

1. “The Spirit of Paris,” autobiographical essay.

2. “Theatre,” autobiographical essay.

3. “Verdun: August 14-16, 1920,” autobiographical essay (c.1-2).

4. Vita of Walter A. Kerr

5. “Walter A. Kerr,” autobiography to 1910.

6. “Walter A. Kerr,” autobiography to early 1920’s.

7. “Walter A. Kerr: by Himself,” autobiography.

box 3, folder 8: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK (1880-1966)

Correspondence

1. Letter from Frank M. Driggs, superintendent of the Utah School for the Deaf and the Blind, June 10, 1904.

2. Note from Professor Brunot, July 22, 1920 (written in French).

3. Card from L’Abbe Rousselot, circa 1921 (written in French).

4. Letter from Adele Marion Kerr, July 24, 1926.

5. Letter from Julian M. Thomas, April 7, 1941.

6. Letter from A. Buck, September 15, 1951 (written in French, includes a sample of ribbon).

7. Letter from unknown person, January 1921, 1959, pages missing.

8. Letter from T.M. Woolley, 1964.

9. Letter from Pat Farr of the Obituary Department, Deseret News, to the family of Walter Kerr, circa 1966.

Miscellaneous

10. Account ledger.

11. Address book.

12. Certificate of honorable mention, June 8, 1894.

13. Certificate of distinguished service, circa 1930’s.

14. Contract to renew Walter Kerr’s appointment as Professor of French at the University of Utah, July 14, 1945.

15. List of guests at Walter and Marion Kerr’s 25th wedding anniversary party, June 7, 1936.

16. List of guests at Walter Kerr’s 85th birthday open house, February 13, 1965.

17. Miscellaneous notes, four pages.

18. Notes on note cards about the French Mission.

19. Program for Ogden High School commencement exercises, June 8, 1899.

20. Program for Ensign District court of honor, December 3, 1939.

21. Program for Union Meeting, April 3, 1940.

22. Program for the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters fall meeting, November 9-10, 1945.

23. Program for Emigration Stake Sunday School centennial program, December 8, 1949.

24. Program for the Centennial Trekkers Reunion, July 22, 1958 (photocopy).

25. Program for The Sons of Utah Pioneers Luncheon Club meeting, November 1, 1961.

26. Sons of Utah Pioneers Luncheon Club member directory, 1963-64.

box 4, folder 1: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK (1880-1966)

Newspaper articles

1. Hand-copied article from The Chronicle: Utah’s Collegiate Weekly, May 31, 1909.

2. Newspaper article about the marriage of Walter Kerr and Marion Belnap, Deseret News, June 3, 1911.

3. Newspaper articles from various newspapers about the marriage of Walter Kerr and Marion Belnap, June 1911, pasted together on same page.

4. “Veterans of SUP Trek to Relive Memories,” Salt Lake Telegram, September 28, 1948.

5. “Kerr Offers History in Utah Indians,” Ogden Standard Examiner, November 13, 1949.

6. “French Government Honors Ballif, Kerr,” The Chronical, Mary 16, 1951.

7. “Two U. Language Teachers Awarded French Medals,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 18, 1951.

8. “Dr. Kerr Presents University With Historical Athletic Pics,” The Summer Chronicle, August 8, 1951.

9. “Jim Mooney’s Sports Mirror,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 26, 1954.

10. “Two Utah Net Starts Bow in Annual Kerr Joust,” Salt Lake Tribune, May 15, 1955.

11. “At Ambassador Fete for U. Seniors Curtice Boosts Utes’ Future,” Deseret News, January 30, 1962.

12. “85th Birthday,” newspaper unknown, 1965.

13. “Prominent Professor to Observe 85th Year,” Ogden Standard Examiner, February 10, 1965.

14. Obituary for Kenneth Kerr, Deseret News, July 14, 1965.

15. “Ex-Teacher Dies at 86 in Salt Lake,” newspaper unknown, 1966.

16. “Prof. Walter A, Kerr, 86, Scholar, Educator, Dies,” Salt Lake Tribune, June 22, 1966.

Speeches and Writings

17. “Babe Ruth,” essay.

18. “Byron Cummings, Classic Scholar and Father of University Athletics,” printed in Utah Historical Quarterly, April 1955 (c.1 and 2).

19. “Honesty,” essay in ward newsletter.

20. “Radio Talk—Cigarettes,” April 14, 1936.

21. Speech to members of the Board of Regents, circa 1959.

22. Speech to members of the Weber County School Board, undated.

box 4, folder 2: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK (1880-1966)

Stories used in speeches and talks by Walter Kerr.

Tape of Walter Kerr’s funeral services, June 23, 1966.

box 4, folder 3: KJIER, HELENA (HELENE) ANDERSEN PEDERSEN (1805-1878) (1805-1878)

1. Biographical information written by Flora Belnap.

2. “Biography of Helena Anderson,” by Christiana R. Belnap.

3. “Biography of Helene Andersen Pedersen (of Kjaer),” by Knight B. Kerr.

4. “Biography of Helena Anderson Pederson Kjier,” by unknown author.

5. Farewell song written by Helena Kjier (c.1-3).

6. Notes on Helena Kjier, and her children and grandchildren, handwritten in a stenographer’s pad.

7. Notes on the history of the Kjier family.

8. Notes on the life of Helena Kjier.

box 4, folder 4: KNIGHT, JAMES V. (1833-1912) (1833-1912)

1. Incomplete letter from James Knight, probably to his mother Martha McBride Knight, undated.

2. Letter to Martha McBride Knight, February 5, 1893.

box 4, folder 5: KNIGHT, MARTHA MCBRIDE (1805-1901) (1805-1901)

1. Biography of Martha Knight, by Della A. Belnap.

2. Biography of Martha Knight, by Knight B. Kerr.

3. Biography of Martha Knight, by Carol Powell.

4. Family history and genealogy.

5. Letter from Mary McBride, date unknown.

6. Letter to Rizpah Lee Knight, July 8, 1845 (c.1-4).

7. Letter from Martha Knight, and Andrew and Rizpah Gibbons, to Gilbert and Adeline Knight Belnap, April 19, 1860.

8. Letter from Mary McBride, July 15, 1877.

9. Letter from Daisy Knight, January 5, 1892, incomplete.

10. Letter from Daisy Knight, December 4, 1892, incomplete.

11. Letter from Daisy Knight, July 25, 1893.

12. Letter from Daisy Knight, August 17, 1895.

13. Obituary, “Widow of Joseph Smith Dead,” newspaper unknown, November 21, 1901.

box 4, folder 6: KNIGHT, RIZPAH LEE (1774-1853) (1744-1853)

1. Letter from Joseph M. Lee, February 25, 1843.

2. Letter from Mary Lee, circa 1847.

3. Letter from Rizpah Knight to her “ever Dear children,” July 5, 1847, incomplete.

box 4, folder 7: KNIGHT, VINSON (1804-1842) (1804-1842)

Biographical Information

1. Article from unknown magazine, which briefly discusses Vinson Knight’s role in the early days of Church history.

2. “Incidents in the Lives of Abigail Mead McBride and Vinson Knight” (c.1 and 2).

3. “The Life of Vinson Knight,” by Lola Belnap Coolbear.

4. Notes on the life of Vinson Knight.

5. Notes on the life of Vinson Knight from The Belnap Family Record.

6. Notes on the life of Vinson Knight written on a page from a muster roll.

7. Notes on the life of Vinson Knight written on Utah and Oregon Lumber Co. letterhead.

8. “Our Heritage: Some Important Events in the Life of Great Grandfather Vinson Knight,” compiled by Zeriiah L. Thomson.

9. “Vinson Knight: A Biography,” by Elden J. Watson, March 1965.

box 4, folder 8: KNIGHT, VINSON (1804-1842)

Correspondence

1. Letter to Rizpah Lee, June 24, 1835 (c.1 and 2).

2. Letter to William Cooper, February 3, 1838 (c.1 and 2).

3. Letter from Vinson Knight to William Cooper, December 9, 1838 (c.1 and 2).

4. Letter to Rizpah Lee, February 19, 1842 (c.1 and 2).

box 4, folder 9: KNIGHT, VINSON (1804-1842)

Family History

1. Names and dates photocopied from a date book.

2. Names and dates photocopied from Farmers’ Pocket Companion.

Miscellaneous

3. Bill to the state of Missouri petitioning for redress for losses incurred when forced to leave Missouri (c.1 and 2).

4. Certificate of election, March 31, 1841 (c.1 and 2).

5. Deed for land in Kirtland, June 1, 1837 (c.1 and 2).

6. Indenture between Vinson Knight and Simon Baker, March 1, 1841.

7. Notes, illegible photocopies, four pages.

8. Receipts for payment of taxes, 1842.

box 4, folder 10: LOWE, MARY BELNAP (1870-1950) (1870-1950)

1. Affidavit made by Mary B. Lowe regarding Adeline Belnap and various other family members, undated

2. Statement made by Mary B. Lowe, May 15, 1941.

3. Statement made by Mary B. Lowe, May 28, 1941.

box 4, folder 11: MCBRIDE, ABIGAIL MEAD (1770-1854) (1770-1854)

1. “Abigail Mead-McBride: 1847 Pioneer,” biography by Flora Belnap.

2. “Abigail Mead-McBride: Weber County Pioneer,” biography by Flora Belnap.

3. Biography by Knight B. Kerr.

4. Notes by Flora Belnap on patriarchal blessing of Abigail McBride.

5. Patriarchal blessing of Abigail McBride, June 1836.

6. “Pioneer Incidents of Rev. Daniel McBride and Abigail Mead-McBride and Their Children of Utah, Michigan, and New York,” compiled by Flora Belnap.

box 4, folder 12: MCBRIDE, DANIEL (1791-1864) (1791-1864)

Family record of Daniel McBride’s family.

box 4, folder 13: MCBRIDE, LUCIOUS (1830-1922) (1830-1922)

Letter from Lucious McBride to unknown relative, August 20, 1893.

box 4, folder 14: MCBRIDE, REUBEN (1803-1891) (1803-1891)

1. “History of Reuben McBride,” by Mrs. Sarah Noyes Jacobson.

2. Journal of Ewan M. Green, September 8-22, 1833, mentions Reuben McBride and his family.

3. Journal of Reuben McBride.

4. Letter from Mary Anne McBride, Volney McBride, Mary McBride, and Reuben A. McBride, June 1851.

5. Letter to Martha Knight, February 15, 1878.

6. Letter to Martha Knight, April 1878.

7. Letter to Martha Knight, November 17, 1878.

8. Letter to Martha Knight, July 31, 1880.

9. Letter to Martha Knight, November 1, 1886 (c.1 and 2).

10. Letter to Martha Knight, October 5, 1887.

11. Letter to Martha Knight, December 25, 1887.

12. Note about the life of Reuben McBride.

13. Records of temple work done by Reuben McBride.

14. Stories about Reuben McBride.

box 4, folder 15: RASMUSSEN, JENS (1816-1899) (1816-1899)

1. Biographical information on Jens Rasmussen and other family members.

2. Biography of Jens Rasmussen by Christiana R. Belnap.

box 4, folder 16: RASMUSSEN, MAREN J. (1831-1905) (1831-1905)

Vita of Maren Rasmussen.

box 4, folder 17: BELNAP FAMILY GENEALOGY (1770-1980)

1. Pedigree chart of the Gilbert Belnap family.

2. Picture pedigree chart of the Gilbert Belnap family.

box 4, folder 18: BELNAP FAMILY ORGANIZATION (1770-1980)

1. Belnap Family Crier, newsletter of the Belnap Family Organization, ranging from 1966 to 1980.

2. By-Laws of the Belnap and/or Belknap Surname Organization.

3. Invitations to Belnap family reunions, 1923, 1958, 1962, 1964, and 1968.

4. Schedule for the Belnap Family Reunion, 1970, Hooper, Utah.

box 5, folder 1: MISCELLANEOUS CORRESPONDENCE (1770-1980)

1. Letter from S. S. Knight to “Dear Mother,” date unknown.

2. Letter from Julia Merille to unknown person, date unknown. Postscript of a letter from Reuben McBride also photocopied on same page.

3. Letter from John Gillihee to Capt. Belnap, January 29, 1862.

4. Letter from unknown person to the editor of the Hooper Advocate, December 20, 1880.

5. Letter from Charlie Belnap to “Dear Father,” date unknown. Letter from unknown person to “Dear Mother,” January 9, 1893, also photocopied on same page.

6. Letter from J. W. B. to Franklin Belknap, May 27, 1906.

7. Wedding announcements ranging from 1912 to 1969.

box 5, folder 2: MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS (1770-1980)

1. Account book, photocopy.

2. Account of labor done on Hoopersville Irrigation Canal.

3. “All Faces West,” souvenir program, July 10-12, 1959.

4. Article by Henry Belnap, 1962.

5. Brochure for the Valley West Hospital.

6. Check to unknown person for 10 dollars, December 14, 1931.

6a. Funeral card for “Gracie, H.J. White photographer, Ogden, Utah, ca. 1880’s.”

7. Funeral services for Bryan West Belnap.

8. Funeral services for Oliver Mead Belnap.

9. Funeral services for Gustave Simon.

10. Institute of Religion graduation service, May 23, 1965.

11. List of names and codes.

12. List of names and numbers.

13. Lost of tithing paid for September and October 1900.

14. Miscellaneous notes, poor quality photocopies, illegible.

15. Missionary farewell testimonial programs.

16. Notes on townships.

16a. Photograph of Count Magri, Countess Magri, and Baron Magri, Swords Brothers photographers, York, Pennsylvania, ca. 1890’s.

17. Photographs of the Earl and Myrtle Belnap, and Helene and A. Willis Smith families, photocopied on same page.

18. “Sing Praise Ye Nations,” song by S. Ellis Belnap.

19. Unconnected items of history.

box 5, folder 3: MISCELLANEOUS NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS (1700-1980)

Newspaper articles about various members of the Belnap family.

box 6, folder 1: Kerr Family Collection (1770/1980)

FD 1-3: SCRAPBOOKS

box 7, folder 1: Kerr Family Collection (1770-1980)

FD 1-2: SCRAPBOOKS

box 8, folder 1: Kerr Family Collection (1770-1980)

FD 1-2: SCRAPBOOKS

box 9, folder 1: Kerr Family Collection (1770-1980)

FD 1-3: SCRAPBOOKS

box 10, folder 1: ANDREW KERR FAMILY
item 1.: Family portrait, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, September 1920.
box 10, folder 2: ROBERT and ALICE AFFLECK FAMILY
item 1.: Postcard of Robert and Alice Affleck, 1912.
item 2.: Christmas postcard of Robert and Alice Affleck, 1912.
box 10, folder 3: WILLIAM AFFLECK, SR. FAMILY
item 1.: Family portrait, circa 1870s.
item 2.: Portrait of William Affleck and his wife, circa 1890s (c.1 and 2).
item 3.: William Affleck, Sr. with William Affleck, Jr., 1920 (reprint).
item 4.: William Affleck with his wife and William Affleck, Jr., Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, September 1920 (c.1 and 2).
box 10, folder 4: WILLIAM AFFLECK, JR. FAMILY
item 1.: Children of William Affleck, Jr., 1912.
item 2.: Family portrait, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, September 1920.
item 3.: Family portrait with William Affleck, Sr. and his wife, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, September 1920.
box 10, folder 5: IVAN ANDERSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Ivan Andersen and his wife in front of the home of Flora Belnap, circa 1920s.
box 10, folder 6: GILBERT BELNAP FAMILY
item 1.: Tintype of Gilbert Belnap and two unidentified men, circa mid 1800s.
item 2.: Joseph and Hyrum Belnap, 1881 or 1882.
item 3.: Portraits of Gilbert Belnap, Adeline Belnap, Henrietta Belnap, and their children.
box 10, folder 7: HYRUM and CHRISTIANA BELNAP FAMILY
item 1.: Hyrum, Christiana, and Olive Belnap, and Jesper Jensen, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, September 1888 (c.1 and 2).
item 2.: Close up of Hyrum, Christiana, and Olive Belnap, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, September 1888.
item 3.: Close up of Hyrum, Christiana, and Olive Belnap, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, September 1888.
item 4.: Children of Hyrum and Christiana Belnap, circa 1913.
item 5.: Children of Hyrum and Christiana Belnap, circa 1913 (reprint).
item 6.: Olive Belnap Jensen, her husband and children, and Flora Belnap, circa 1920’s
item 7.: Hyrum and Christiana Belnap with some of their children and grandchildren, Huntsville, 1928.
item 8.: Hyrum Belnap with his children and grandchildren, circa 1930s.
item 9.: Hyrum Belnap with his children and grandchildren, circa 1930s.
item 10.: Hyrum Belnap with his children and grandchildren, Christmas, circa 1930s.
item 11.: Hyrum Belnap with his children and grandchildren, Christmas, circa 1930s.
item 12.: Marion Kerr, Flora Belnap, and Knight Kerr, Huntsville Cemetery, grave of Helene Andersen Pedersen Kjar, May 20, 1940.
box 10, folder 8: A.C. CHRISTENSEN FAMILY
item 1.: A.C. Christensen and his wife in their home in Denmark, circa 1880s.
box 10, folder 9: PETER CHRISTIAN (P.C.) and MARIA CHRISTENSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Maria and four of her children outside their home in Brigham City, Utah, with an unidentified woman circa 1880s.
item 2.: Family portrait, circa 1900.
item 3.: Marie Armeda and her husband, Newell Taylor, circa early 1900s.
item 4.: P.C. and Maria, some of their children and grandchildren, and Christiana Belnap, circa 1920’s (c.1-3).
box 10, folder 10: L.C. FORSEY FAMILY
item 1.: L.C. Forsey, his wife, their daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren, 1944.
box 10, folder 11: JESPER and JOHANNA JENSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Tintype, Jesper, Johanna, and Marion Jensen with Flora and Marion Kerr, San Francisco, circa late 1890s.
item 2.: Jesper, Johanna, and Marion Jensen, circa 1910’s (c.1 and 2).
box 10, folder 12: RASMUS and CHRISTINE JENSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Rasmus and Christine Jensen, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Rasmus and Christine Jensen with their sons, Jens and Anders, circa 1880s.
item 3.: Two of Rasmus and Christine Jensen’s children, probably Othelia and Marie, circa 1880s.
item 4.: Jens and Anders, circa 1890s.
item 5.: Marie and Othelia, circa 1900.
item 6.: Marie, Christine and Othelia Rasmussen in front of their home in Denmark, circa 1900.
item 7.: Marie Rasmussen and her husband, circa late 1900s.
item 8.: Othelia, Marie, and Anders Rasmussen in their home in Denmark, circa 1910s (c.1 and 2).
box 10, folder 13: ANDERS PETER and MARY JESPERSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Eleanor McKay, William McKay, Mary Jespersen, and William’s son, circa 1890s.
box 10, folder 14: EUGENE and BEULAH JOHNSON FAMILY
item 1.: Eugene, Leonard, and Beulah Johnson, December 1920.
box 10, folder 15: GEORGE MERCER and JANE AFFLECK KERR
item 1.: Andrew and Walter Kerr, circa 1890.
item 2.: Andrew and an unidentified woman, circa 1890’s.
item 3.: William Affleck with an unidentified man, circa 1890’s
item 4.: William and Rose Kerr, circa 1899.
box 10, folder 16: JAMES KERR FAMILY
item 1.: Laurie, Mercer, and Jay Kerr, Idaho Falls, Idaho, circa 1912.
box 10, folder 17: WALTER and MARION KERR FAMILY
item 1.: Walter and Marion Kerr on a boat, circa 1911 (c.1 and 2)
item 2.: Walter and Marion Kerr with three friends in front of a river, circa 1911.
item 3.: Walter and Marion Kerr with three friends in a garden, circa 1911.
item 4.: Walter and Marion Kerr with an unidentified woman, circa 1911 (c.1 and 2).
item 5.: Walter and Marion Kerr, Paris, 1911.
item 6.: Walter and Marion in front of a river, 1911.
item 7.: Walter Kerr on a boat from Aalborg to Copenhagen with three unidentified people, July 9, 1911 (c.1 and 2).
item 8.: Walter and Marion Kerr visiting family members, Denmark, 1911
item 9.: Walter and Marion Kerr visiting family members, Denmark, 1911, reprint.
item 10.: Marion Kerr with family members, Denmark, 1911.
item 11.: Walter and Marion Kerr visiting family members, Denmark, 1911.
item 12.: Hyrum Belnap, Marion Kerr, and Walter Kerr, 1913.
item 13.: Walter and Marion Kerr at a 4th of July picnic, circa 1913
item 14.: Marion Kerr mountain climbing with an unidentified man, circa 1920.
item 15.: Adele, Marion, Knight, and Walter Kerr on board “La Touraine,” April 1920.
item 16.: Knight, Marion, Adele, and Walter Kerr at Château d’If, near Marseille, 1920.
item 17.: Knight, Marion, and Adele Kerr at The Paris Sorne, July 1920.
item 18.: Adele, Marion, and Knight Kerr, circa 1920.
item 19.: Knight, Marion, and Adele Kerr, circa 1920.
item 20.: Walter and Marion Kerr near Porte Chausée, Verdun, France, September 1920.
item 21.: Adele, Marion, and Knight Kerr, Paris, circa 1921.
item 22.: Prof. Ferdinand Brunot, Dean of Faculty of Letters (Sorbonne), Paris, 1921.
item 23.: Jean Brunot, Mme Brunot, and Ferdinand Brunot, Paris, 1921.
item 24.: Knight and Adele Kerr at the beach at Saint Malo Brittany, June 1921.
item 25.: Adele, Marion, and Knight Kerr, Salt Lake City, Utah, circa 1922.
item 26.: Marion, Helene, Knight, and Adele Kerr, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1924
item 27.: Adele, Marion, and Knight Kerr, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1926.
item 28.: Helene and Walter B., Junior Journalists of Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, December 8, 1934.
item 29.: Walter and Marion Kerr, circa 1940.
box 10, folder 18: JENS CHRISTIAN and ANNE CATHERINE LARSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Anne Catherine, Dorthea, and Jens Christian, black and white, circa 1880s.
box 10, folder 19: JOSEPH and MARY BELNAP LOWE FAMILY
item 1.: Joseph and Mary Lowe, December 1939.
item 2.: Joseph and John Lowe, December 1939 (c.1 and 2).
box 10, folder 20: JENS and MAREN RASMUSSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Christiana, Maren, Marie, Jens, Helena, and Lars Rasmussen, Denmark, circa 1870s (c.1-3).
item 2.: Kisten Marie Norkjar (a relative of Maren’s) with her two sons, circa 1860s.
item 3.: Christiana R. Belnap, Marie R. Christensen, and Elsie Bailey, 1923.
box 10, folder 21: LARS RASMUSSEN FAMILY
item 1.: Lars, Irene, Beverley, and Jessa Lee Rasmussen, circa 1948 (c.1-3).
item 2.: Jesse, Irene, Beverley, and Jessa Lee Rasmussen, July 2, 1949.
box 10, folder 22: FAMILY REUNIONS and GATHERINGS
item 1.: Family gathering, circa 1890s.
item 2.: Various Belnap family members, circa 1920s.
item 3.: Children of Gilbert Belnap and his wives at the Gilbert Belnap family reunion, Hooper, Utah, September 3, 1923.
item 4.: Sons of Gilbert Belnap and his wives at the Gilbert Belnap family reunion, Hooper, Utah, September 3, 1923 (c.1-3).
item 5.: Monument dedication, July 24, 1927, Hooper, Utah (c.1 and 2).
item 6.: Monument dedication, July 24, 1927, Hooper, Utah.
item 7.: “Day of Turkey” dinner at Joseph T. and Elsie C. Bailey’s home, December 27, 1929.
item 8.: Funeral of Adeline Belnap Lowe, June 1934 (c.1 and 2).
item 9.: Luncheon at the home of Andrew Jensen, 1936.
item 10.: Luncheon at the home of Andrew Jensen, 1936.
item 11.: Graveside at the burial of Hyrum Belnap, September 21, 1938.
item 12.: Belnap family reunion, Moreland, Idaho, circa early 1940s.
item 13.: Various Belnap family members at the Idaho Falls, Idaho temple construction site after family reunion, circa early 1940s.
item 14.: Conrad Belnap’s graduation from University of Utah, circa 1940s.
item 15.: Daniel McBride Family Reunion, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20, 1946.
item 16.: Daniel McBride Family Reunion, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20, 1946 (c. 1 and 2).
item 17.: Daniel McBride Family Reunion, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 20, 1946.
item 18.: Family gathering at the 4th Ward chapel, Ogden, Utah, July 2, 1949.
item 19.: Jesper and Helena Andersen Pedersen Kjar Reunion, Huntsville, Utah, August 1953 (c.1 and 2).
item 20.: Jesper and Helena Andersen Pedersen Kjar Reunion, Huntsville, Utah, August 1953.
item 21.: Jesper and Helena Andersen Pedersen Kjar Reunion, Huntsville, Utah, August 1953.
item 22.: Wedding of Don C. and Margo Marriott Shaw, March 18, 1954.
item 23.: Wedding of Don C. and Margo Marriot Shaw, March 18, 1954.
item 24.: Jesper and Helena Kjar Reunion, Brigham City, Utah, August 1954.
item 25.: Officers of the Gilbert Belnap Family Association at family reunion, Ogden, Utah, August 21, 1954 (c.1-3).
item 26.: Della Belnap, Marion Kerr, and Walter Kerr with two other relatives at Belnap Family Reunion, circa 1960s.
box 10, folder 23: UNIDENTIFIABLE FAMILY and GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS
item 1.: Two young women, sepia, Geo. Sanders photographer, Ogden, Utah, circa 1870s.
item 2.: Two children, sepia, circa 1880s.
item 3.: Samuell and Margaret Ann, sepia, Dickinson photography, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, circa 1887.
item 4.: Two young girls, black and white, circa 1890s.
item 5.: Man and woman with their daughter, sepia, J.B. Scholl photographer, Ogden, Utah, circa 1880s.
item 6.: Man and woman, sepia, circa 1880s.
item 7.: Man and woman, black and white, Gasberg photography, Ogden, Utah, circa 1880s.
item 8.: Woman with her two sons, black and white, Pasevitch Studio, Ogden, Utah, circa 1890s.
item 9.: Two children, sepia, circa 1880s.
item 10.: Four children, black and white, Ad. Anderson photographer, Provo, Utah, circa 1890s.
item 11.: Six children, black and white, Ad. Anderson photographer, Provo, Utah, circa 1890s.
item 12.: Postcard of two men, black and white, circa 1900.
item 13.: Group of women with note on back to Marion Kerr, sepia, circa early 1900s.
item 14.: Postcard of July 24th celebration to “Elders Belnap,” sepia, circa early 1900s.
item 15.: Vacation photographs, circa 1890s (nine items).
item 16.: Three children, sepia, circa 1910s.
item 17.: Two men in a carriage, sepia, circa 1910s.
item 18.: Group of men in front of a car, circa 1920, reprint.
item 19.: Man and woman in front of a car, circa 1920, reprint.
item 20.: Group of women, circa 1930s, poor quality photograph.
item 21.: Young man and woman, black and white, circa 1940s.
item 22.: Group of women, black and white, circa 1940s.
item 23.: Three young women, black and white, circa late 1940s.
item 24.: Woman with her daughter, Denmark, 1947.
box 10, folder 24: AFFLECK, ELIZABETH
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1890s.
box 10, folder 25: AFFLECK, ROBERT
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1890s.
box 10, folder 26: AFFLECK, WILLIAM SR.
item 1.: Black and white photograph, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, September 1920.
box 10, folder 27: ANDERSON, EDWARD H., JR
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1890s.
box 10, folder 28: BARROWS, ELIZABETH
item 1.: Black and white photograph, Christmas circa 1930 (Elizabeth Barrows was the primary president in Marion Kerr’s ward).
box 10, folder 29: BELNAP, CHRISTIANA RASMUSSEN
item 1.: Portraits, sepia, circa 1900 (c.1 and 2).
item 2.: Black and white photograph, circa 1920s.
box 10, folder 30: BELNAP, FLORA
item 1.: Portraits, sepia, circa 1900 (five items).
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900 (c.1 and 2).
item 3.: Portrait, circa 1910.
item 4.: Flora Belnap with three unidentified people, circa late 1910s.
item 5.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1920s.
item 6.: Flora Belnap at Adam-ondi-ahman, Missouri, 1933.
item 7.: Flora Belnap at a graveside, May 30, 1940.
item 8.: Portrait, circa 1940s.
item 9.: Flora Belnap with unidentified man, circa 1950.
item 10.: Donna Gibbons, Le Roy Gibbons, and Flora Belnap at gravesites, November 17, 1950.
item 11.: Flora Belnap, Le Roy Gibbons, and Donna Gibbons at gravesite, November 17, 1950 (c.1 and 2).
item 12.: Flora Belnap in Danish costume, November 18, 1952.
item 13.: Flora Belnap in Danish costume, November 18, 1952.
item 14.: Flora Belnap at the wedding of Edwin Crow, October 1954.
box 10, folder 31: BELNAP, HYRUM
item 1.: Portrait, black and white reprint, circa 1877.
item 2.: Hyrum Belnap with three other men, circa 1880.
item 3.: Portrait, black and white reprint, 1888.
item 4.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1890.
item 5.: Portrait, circa 1890s.
item 6.: Hyrum Belnap with three other men, Southern States Mission, 1926 (c.1 and 2).
item 7.: Hyrum Belnap with other missionaries, Richmond, Virginia, June 1926.
item 8.: Hyrum Belnap, Pres. Charles A. Callis, and J. Lester Dunn, Southern States Mission, 1926.
item 9.: Hyrum Belnap with other missionaries, Southern States Mission, 1926.
item 10.: Hyrum Belnap with other missionaries, Southern States Mission, 1926.
item 11.: Hyrum Belnap, Pres. Charles A. Callis, and two unidentified men, Southern States Mission, 1926.
item 12.: Portrait, black and white, December 1933.
box 10, folder 32: BELNAP, HYRUM A.
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900.
item 3.: Portrait, Germany, June 1911 (c.1-3).
item 4.: Portrait of the elders at the Dresden conference, Germany, 1911.
item 5.: Hyrum A. Belnap, U.A.C., Logan, Utah, 1913 (c.1-3).
item 6.: Hyrum A. Belnap, F.C. Lieutenant, Kansas, circa late 1910s.
item 7.: Portrait, circa 1930s (c.1 and 2).
box 10, folder 33: BELNAP, LAURA
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1890s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 1: BELNAP, MARY
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, 1888.
box 11, folder 2: CHRISTENSEN, A.C.
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, 1865.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, circa 1880s.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, circa 1890s.
box 11, folder 3: CHRISTENSEN, FREDERIKHE JESPERSEN
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, 1884.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, Denmark, 1904.
box 11, folder 4: CHRISTENSEN, MARIA RASMUSSEN
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Salt Lake City, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, Brigham City, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 5: FIRESTONE, EVA MEAD
item 1.: Black and white photograph, Santa Monica, California, 1944.
box 11, folder 6: GATSEN, DAVID
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 7: GIBBONS, RIZPAH KNIGHT
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1870s.
box 11, folder 8: HOMBERGER, EMMA
item 1.: Calling card with photograph for Emma Homberger, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 9: JENSEN, ANDERS
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Denmark, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 10: JENSEN, CHRISTINE
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Denmark, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 11: JENSEN, CONRAD
item 1.: Black and white photograph, circa 1930.
box 11, folder 12: JENSEN, DOROTHEA
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 13: JENSEN, JAMES
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1900s
box 11, folder 14: JENSEN, JESPER
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, San Francisco, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Black and white photograph, 1923.
box 11, folder 15: JENSEN, MARIE
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Denmark, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 16: JENSEN, OTELIE
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Denmark, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 17: JENSEN, RASMUS
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 18: JESPERSEN, ANDERS P.
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Denmark, circa 1870s (two copies, c.2 is a reprint).
item 2.: # Portrait, sepia, Logan, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 19: KERR, ANDREW
item 1.: Bicycle trip with Walter Kerr, Yellowstone Park, circa 1898.
item 2.: Andrew Kerr’s graduating class from Intermountain Business College, circa late 1890s or early 1900s.
item 3.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, circa early 1900s (c.1 and 2).
item 4.: Portrait, black and white, Germany, between 1901-04.
item 5.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, circa mid 1900s (c.1 and 2).
item 6.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1910s.
item 7.: Portrait, circa 1910s (c.1-3).
item 8.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1910s.
item 9.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1920s.
box 11, folder 20: KERR, MARION BELNAP
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Ogden, 1890.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, 1899 (c.1 and 2).
item 3.: Portrait for 8th grade graduation, sepia, Ogden, circa 1900.
item 4.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, circa early 1900s.
item 5.: Orlinda Woolley, Effie Reast, Marion Belnap (Kerr), circa early 1900s.
item 6.: Portraits of Marion Belnap (Kerr) and friends, sepia, 1900-1901.
item 7.: Photographs of Marion Belnap (Kerr) and her friends from 1900-1902 (four items).
item 8.: Basketball team at Weber Stake Academy, black and white, Ogden, 1902.
item 9.: Portraits, black and white, circa 1905.
item 10.: Portrait, black and white, 1905.
item 11.: Marion Kerr, black and white, circa 1911.
item 12.: Marion Kerr, black and white, circa 1911 (reprint).
item 13.: Marin Kerr with two unidentified women, circa 1911.
item 14.: Marion Kerr in front of a bridge, circa 1911.
item 15.: Marion Kerr, sepia, Paris, circa 1911 (c.1 and 2).
item 16.: Marion Kerr, sepia, Paris, circa 1911.
item 17.: Marion Kerr, Mme Brunot, and an unidentified woman, sepia, Paris, circa 1911.
item 18.: Marion Kerr at Hermis des Dames, Entanglements, Hervaux de Frise, August 1, 1920.
item 19.: Portrait of Marion Kerr in costume for Pony Express stories, July 18, 1934.
item 20.: Portrait, which appeared in the Deseret News, Saturday, December 7, 1935.
item 21.: Marion Kerr at Liberty Park, Ogden, for Pony Express stories, July 15, 1936.
item 22.: Marion Kerr with an unidentified woman at fair grounds, July 15, 1947.
item 23.: Black and white photograph, circa 1950.
item 24.: Portrait of Marion Kerr and Mrs. Oscar W. McConkie, which appeared in the Deseret News December 21, 1950.
item 25.: Marion Kerr dressed as Santa Claus at Jesse Rasmussen’s home, December 1951.
item 26.: Portrait of Marion Kerr and T.F. Kirkham, recipients of the Centennial Trekkers award, July 22, 1957.
item 27.: Utah Federation of Women’s’ Clubs group photograph, Salt Lake City, July 30, 1958.
item 28.: Portrait of Marion Kerr and Lillian P. Poling, New York City, May 3, 1960.
item 29.: Portrait of Mrs. E. I. Hashimoto, Marion Kerr, and Helene Kerr Smith, Salt Lake City, December 1968.
box 11, folder 21: KERR, THOMAS
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Hazelton, Pennsylvania, circa 1860s.
box 11, folder 22: KERR, WALTER AFFLECK
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, 1899.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, Germany, circa 1900.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, Germany, April 17, 1902.
item 4.: Portraits of Walter Kerr, sepia, circa 1903 (two items).
item 5.: Walter Kerr with an unidentified man, circa 1905.
item 6.: Walter Kerr with an unidentified woman, circa 1905.
item 7.: Walter Kerr with two unidentified women, circa 1905.
item 8.: University of Utah graduating class, 1909.
item 9.: Portrait, 1920 (c.1-3).
item 10.: Walter Kerr, Paris, circa 1920 (c.1 and 2).
item 11.: George Albert Smith, Walter Kerr, Edith Smith, and Mrs. George Albert Smith, First Aid Station new Fort Vaux, Verdun, August 14, 1920.
item 12.: Walter Kerr at Locqmariquer, Brittany, June 1921.
item 13.: Walter Kerr at the Field of Kermario near Carnac, Brittany, June 1921.
item 14.: Geographers from universities in France, Switzerland, and Belgium on the steps of the University of Strassburg’s administration building; Walter Kerr was the guest of Dr. Lucien Gallois, Spring 1921.
item 15.: Dr. Lucien Gallois, professor of Geography at Sorbonne University, and Walter Kerr on a hike in the Vosges Mountains, spring 1921.
item 16.: Portrait, black and white, 1937.
item 17.: Portrait, black and white, January 13, 1937.
item 18.: Portrait, circa 1940s.
item 19.: Walter Kerr on the Sons of the Utah Pioneers trek from Nauvoo to Salt Lake City, 1947, color.
item 20.: Portrait, black and white, January 30, 1949.
item 21.: Portrait, black and white, November 13, 1949, appeared in the Ogden Standard Examiner.
item 22.: Walter Kerr presenting one of the first issues of the Kicker, now called the Classicum, to Ogden High School, spring 1955 (c.1 and 2).
item 23.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1960 (c.1 and 2).
item 24.: Portrait, black and white, February 18, 1961.
item 25.: Portrait, black and white, June 3, 1961, appeared in the Deseret News.
box 11, folder 23: KERR, WILLIAM A.
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1890s.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, circa late 1890s.
box 11, folder 24: KJAR, HELENE ANDERSEN PEDERSEN
item 1.: Portrait, circa 1860s (c.1 and 2).
box 11, folder 25: KNIGHT, MARTHA MCBRIDE
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, December 21, 1895.
box 11, folder 26: LARSEN, ANNE CATHERINE
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 27: MCKAY, DAVID O.
item 1.: David O. McKay delivering a sermon at the funeral of Hyrum Belnap, September 21, 1938 (two items).
box 11, folder 28: MCKAY, ELENOR JESPERSEN
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 29: MCKAY, HEBER JETHRO
item 1.: Heber McKay (on left) with two unidentified young men, sepia, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 30: MCKAY, ISAAC
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 31: NICHOLS, ERNEST LORING (“RED”)
item 1.: Photograph of Red Nichols with a message to Marion Kerr (his first teacher) on the back, black and white, circa 1910.
box 11, folder 32: NICKOLAS, JAMES
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Ogden, Utah, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 33: PEDERSEN, JESPER
item 1.: Portrait, circa 1860s (c.1 and 2).
box 11, folder 34: RANDALL, NORMA L.
item 1.: Calling card with photograph for Norma L Randall, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 35: RASMUSSEN, ELIZA SNOW GILL
item 1.: Portrait, black and white reprint, circa 1920s.
box 11, folder 36: RASMUSSEN, LARS MARTINEWS
item 1.: Portrait, black and white reprint, circa 1920s.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1948.
box 11, folder 37: RASMUSSEN, LARS MARTINEWS (JENSEN)
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1880s.
box 11, folder 38: RASMUSSEN, MARON JESPERSEN
item 1.: Portrait, black and white reprint, circa 1870s.
box 11, folder 39: SCHMALZ, MARGARET AFFLECK
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Ogden, Utah, circa 1880s.
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, spring 1938.
box 11, folder 40: SCOTT, JANE A. KERR
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1890s.
box 11, folder 41: SCOTT, LEWIS (LOU) ELLIOT
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, Utah, circa late 1880s (c.1 and 2).
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, Utah, circa late 1880s.
box 11, folder 42: SCOTT, LUCILLE
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Ogden, Utah, circa 1900 (c.1 and 2).
item 2.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1910s.
item 3.: Portrait, black and white, circa 1910s.
item 4.: Portrait, sepia, circa early 1920s.
item 5.: Portrait, sepia, circa late 1920s.
box 11, folder 43: SMITH, JOSEPH JR.
item 1.: Photograph of painting of Joseph Smith, Jr., December 1941.
box 11, folder 44: STOCKS, OTTO
item 1.: Black and white photograph of Otto Stocks in front of 4th Ward chapel, Ogden, Utah, black and white, circa 1920s.
box 11, folder 45: TAYLOR, MARIE ARMEDA CHRISTENSEN
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, Brigham City, Utah, circa 1900s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900s.
box 11, folder 46: WILSON, DAVID BENJAMIN (BEN)
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, Ogden, Utah, circa 1900.
box 11, folder 47: WILSON, ISABELLA (BELLE) KERR
item 1.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, circa 1900s.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, April 6, 1902.
box 12, folder 1: UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHS OF INDIVIDUALS
item 1.: Tintype, unknown Belnap family member, circa 1860s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, man, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, P.M. Laws photographer, circa 1860s.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, man, Ogden, Utah, La Roche and Sooy’s Photography, circa 1860s.
item 4.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, Ogden, Utah, J.O. Stephens photographer, circa 1870s.
item 5.: Portrait, sepia, man, circa 1870s.
item 6.: Portrait, sepia, one year old baby, San Francisco, California, Morse’s Photography, circa late 1800s.
item 7.: Portrait, sepia, toddler, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, circa late 1800s.
item 8.: Portrait, sepia, baby, Ogden, Utah, Elite Photographers, circa late 1800s.
item 9.: Portrait, sepia, young boy with his dog, Provo, Utah, Ad. Anderson photographer, circa late 1800s.
item 10.: Portrait, sepia, young boy, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, circa late 1800s.
item 11.: Portrait, sepia, unknown Affleck family member, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, R. Rainer and Co. photographers, circa 1880s.
item 12.: Portrait, black and white, young woman, Ogden, Utah, J.O. Stephens photographer, circa 1880s.
item 13.: Portrait, sepia, man, Elmira, New York, G.H. Whitley photographer, circa 1880s.
item 14.: Portrait, black and white, young woman, Ogden, Utah, H.J. White photographer, circa 1890s.
item 15.: Portrait, black and white, young woman, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, circa 1890s.
item 16.: Portrait, black and white, young man, circa 1890s.
item 17.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, Ogden, Utah, Thomas Photography, circa 1890s.
item 18.: Portrait, black and white, young man, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, Edward G. Brewis photographer, circa 1890s.
item 19.: Portrait, black and white, young boy, Ogden, Utah, Pasevitch Studio, circa 1890s.
item 20.: Portrait, black and white, young man, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ellis and Goodwin photographers, circa 1890s.
item 21.: Portrait, sepia, man, Ogden, Utah, Gasberg Photography, circa 1890s.
item 22.: Portrait, sepia, young man, Ogden, Utah, H.J. White photographer, circa 1890s.
box 12, folder 2: UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHS OF INDIVIDUALS
item 1.: Portrait, black and white, young man, Ogden, Utah, J.C. Gasberg photographer, circa 1890s.
item 2.: Portrait, sepia, young man, Ogden, Utah, Thomas Photography, circa 1890s.
item 3.: Portrait, sepia, young boy, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, June 8, 1891.
item 4.: Portrait, black and white, young woman, Salt Lake City, Utah, Johnson Photography, June 8, 1891.
item 5.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, Springville, Utah, August 5, 1896.
item 6.: Portrait, black and white, baby, Ogden, Utah, Gasberg Photography, circa 1900s.
item 7.: Portrait, sepia, baby, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, circa 1900s.
item 8.: Portrait, sepia, baby, Salt Lake City, Utah, Ellis and Goodwin photographers, circa 1900s.
item 9.: Portrait, black and white, baby, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, T.J. Laidler photographer, circa 1900s
item 10.: Portrait, sepia, baby, Ogden, Utah, H.H. Thomas photographer, circa 1900s.
item 11.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, Salt Lake City, Utah, C.R. Savage photographer, circa 1900s.
item 12.: Portrait, black and white, young woman, Rinehart and Co. photographers, circa 1900s.
item 13.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, circa 1900s.
item 14.: Portrait, sepia, young man, circa 1900s.
item 15.: Portrait, sepia, young woman, circa 1900s.
item 16.: Portrait, sepia, young man, Ogden, Utah, Thomas Photography, circa 1900s.
item 17.: Portrait, black and white, young man, Ogden, Utah, Thomas Photography, circa 1900s.
item 18.: Portrait, black and white, man, circa 1910s.
item 19.: Portrait, sepia, man, circa 1920s.
item 20.: Young girl, black and white, circa 1930s.
item 21.: Portrait, black and white, man, circa 1930s.
item 22.: Woman, black and white, circa 1930s.
item 23.: Woman, black and white, circa 1930s.
box 12, folder 3: BUILDINGS, LANDSCAPES, STREET SCENES, ETC
item 1.: Library building at the University of Utah, where Walter Kerr’s office was located on the second story.
item 2.: Miles Goodyear cabin, Ogden, Utah.
item 3.: Unknown building.
item 4.: Old homestead of David Belknap, son of Simeon Belknap, Sherrodsville, Ohio.
item 5.: Building on the campus of Weber Stake Academy, Ogden, Utah.
item 6.: Flora Belnap’s duplex home.
item 7.: Flora Belnap’s home, Salt Lake City, Utah.
item 8.: Vinson and Martha Knight home, Nauvoo, Illinois, circa 1898.
item 9.: Unknown building, winter scene.
item 10.: 4th Ward chapel, Ogden, Utah, circa 1920s.
item 11.: Home of Hyrum Belnap, circa 1920s.
item 12.: 4th Ward chapel, Ogden, Utah, September 6, 1929.
item 13.: Demolition of 4th Ward chapel, Ogden, Utah, November 9, 1929.
item 14.: Ruins of the Nauvoo temple, postcard, circa 1933.
item 15.: Nauvoo farmhouse, circa 1933.
item 16.: Interior of Carthage Jail, Carthage, Illinois, June 1933.
item 17.: Interior of Carthage Jail, Carthage, Illinois, circa 1933.
item 18.: Exterior of Carthage Jail, Carthage, Illinois, circa 1933.
item 19.: Peter Whitmer Farm, Fayette, New York, circa 1940s.
item 20.: Interior of Flora Belnap’s home, Salt Lake City, Utah, December 24, 1954.
item 21.: First home of Walter and Marion Kerr in Utah, Salt Lake City, circa 1950s.
item 22.: Second home of Walter and Marion Kerr in Utah, Salt Lake City, circa 1950s.
item 23.: Third home of Walter and Marion Kerr in Utah, Salt Lake City, circa 1950s.
item 24.: First home owned by Walter and Marion Kerr in Utah, Salt Lake City, circa 1950s.
item 25.: Home of Flora Belnap, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1955.
item 26.: Madison Ave. Park, Ogden, Utah.
item 27.: Mountain landscape (c.1 and 2)
item 28.: Mountain landscapes (two items)
item 29.: Farm landscapes (two items).
item 30.: Landscape, Astoria, Oregon, fall 1905.
item 31.: Landscape, Astoria, Oregon, fall 1905.
item 32.: Saw mill on the Columbia River, Washington, fall 1905.
item 33.: Beach scene, circa fall 1905.
item 34.: Swimmers in the ocean, circa fall 1905.
item 35.: Two gravestones, May 30, 1921.
item 36.: Gravestones of Royal James and Eva Laverne Belnap, 1953 (two items).
item 37.: Street scene, Europe, circa 1900s.
item 38.: Street scene, Europe, circa 1900s.
item 39.: Street scene, circa 1920s.
item 40.: Ogden Union Station train yard, circa 1950s.
box 12, folder 4: NEGATIVES
item 1-160: Negatives from family photographs.
box 12, folder 5: NEGATIVES
item 1-40.: Negatives from family photographs

Content Description +/-

The Kerr Family Collection was donated in 1985, by Dr. Knight B. Kerr on behalf of the Walter A. Kerr family. The collection contains personal correspondence, journals, autobiographies, newspaper clippings, photographs, and various other materials that outline primarily the history of the Gilbert Belnap family. However, the materials do provide insight into some aspects of the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, as well as life in 19th century Ogden and surrounding areas.

Manuscript items are organized alphabetically by the family member’s name. Within the folders, items are organized alphabetically by categories (i.e. biographical information, correspondence, journals, etc), and finally the items within each category are organized chronologically. Photographs are separated into two groups: family/group photographs, and photographs of individuals. The photographs are then organized alphabetically by name, and chronologically within the folders.

For more information on the Gilbert Belnap family, please visit the Gilbert Belnap Family Organization on the Web at www.mcoffice.com/belnap/family.html

Collection Use +/-

Restrictions on Access:

Open for public research.

Administrative Information +/-

Arrangement:

This collection is arranged chronologically.

Acquisition Information:

Donated

Processing Note:

Process date unknown

Creator:

Kerr Family

Language:

Material in English

Sponsor:

Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Quantity:

9 boxes

Language of the Finding Aid:

Finding aid encoded in English

Author of the Finding Aid:

Sarah Langsdon

EAD Creation Date:

2011

Standard:

Finding aid based on DACS

Subjects +/-

Subject Terms:

Family history

Personal Names:

Kerr, Knight
Kerr, Walter A.
Belnap, Gilbert

Geographical Names:

Ogden, Utah
Western States

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