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|Title||Correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts related to the Rich family [microform] : 1854-1908.|
|Creator||Rich, Joseph Coulson, 1841-1908.|
|Physical Description||335 frames.|
|Biographical Note||Joseph Coulson Rich (1841-1908) was born in Nauvoo, Illinois, a son of Charles Coulson Rich and Sarah D. Pea. In 1847 he traveled with his family to Utah. From 1860-1863 Joseph served on a mission to England and Wales, and on his return to Utah was called to settled the Bear River Valley of Idaho. With his father he helped found Paris, Idaho, where he worked as a lawyer and served as a state senator from 1896-1898. He married Ann Eliza Hunter in 1886 and died in Centerville, Utah, in 1908.|
|Notes||Microfilm of photographs, letters, and typed manuscripts primarily related to Joseph Coulson Rich and Ann Eliza Hunter Rich. The first 48 frames of the microfilm include various photographs of Rich family members. The correspondence, consisting of 90 pieces, includes a letter from Charles C. Rich to his sons (1854) 19 letters from Edward Hunter to Joseph and Ann Eliza Rich dated 1872-1883 5 letters from Sarah D. Pea Rich to Joseph C. Rich and James Brown dated 1859-1861 6 letters from Ann Hunter to dear sister (1851), Hannah Pauley (1854), Annabell Cowperthuik (1857), and Edward Hunter (1848) 50 letters from Joseph C. Rich to his sister Sarah Jane Rich (1855-1868), mother Sarah D. Pea Rich (1855-1887), father Charles Coulson Rich (1861-1870), grandfather Joseph Rich (1862), the President of the Derby Conference 1862), wife Ann Eliza Rich (1868-1885), father-in-law Edward Hunter (1869-1872), daughter Susanna L. Rich (1884-1893), and son Eddie C. Rich (1884) and one letter from Edmund Hood to Joseph C. Rich (1872). The correspondence was written in Utah, San Bernardino, Kentucky, New York, Illinois, Idaho (including while Rich was working at the Crawford and Rich law firm), and during Joseph Rich's mission to England. The rest of the film consists of various typescripts, including Paris, Idaho, by Standley H. Rich Joe Rich's Account of Launching His Steamer on the Bear Lake Pioneer Joseph Rich, 1786-1866 by Zule R. Cole (1948) Copy of a Record Written by Edward Hunter Early Days in Bear Lake Valley by S.H. Rich Will of Charles Coulson Rich Health Report of the Charles Coulson Rich Family by Dr.Edward I. Rich Joseph C. Rich citizenship certificate and Funeral Services Held Over the Remains of the Hon.Joseph C. Rich (1908). All inquiries about this item should be directed to the H. Russell Smith Foundation Curator of Western Historical Manuscripts at the Huntington Library, San Marino, CA. Microfilm. San Marino, Calif. : Huntington Library Photographic Dept., 1954 1 microfilm reel : negative 35 mm. Forms part of the Manuscripts Department's Mormon file, c.1805-1995.|
|Provenance||Microfilm of original loaned by Standley H. Rich, September 20, 1954.|
Hunter, Edward, 1793-1883.
Rich, Joseph Coulson, 1841-1908.
Rich, Joseph, 1786-1866.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Idaho.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Utah.
Mormon missionaries -- England.
Mormons -- Biography.
Mormons -- Idaho -- History -- 19th century.
Mormons -- Utah -- History -- 19th century.
California -- History -- 19th century.
Idaho -- History -- 19th century.
Utah -- History -- 19th century.
Letters (correspondence) California 19th century. (aat)
Letters (correspondence) England 19th century. (aat)
Letters (correspondence) Idaho 19th century. (aat)
Letters (correspondence) Utah 19th century. (aat)
|Department||The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Manuscripts Department|
|Call Number||MSS MFilm 00342|
|Physical Collection||Mormon Manuscripts at the Huntington Library|
|Digital Collection||Mormonism and the West, Huntington Digital Library|
|Restrictions||For information on using Huntington Library materials, please see Reproductions of Huntington Library Holdings: http://www.huntington.org/WebAssets/Templates/content.aspx?id=588 .|
|Cataloging Notes||Finding guide for entire collection: http://hdl.huntington.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15150coll1/id/5312.|
|Unique Digital Identifier||446269|