25 November 1875

Anniversary Celebration; Bathsheba W. Smith Residence, Salt Lake City, Utah Territory

Large, two-story brick home with covered porch

Bathsheba and George A. Smith residence and Church Historian’s Office, Salt Lake City, 1866. Photograph by Charles R. Savage, circa 1866–1906. (Courtesy Church History Library.)

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A FEW of the “good sisters” and most intimate friends of Mrs. Bathsheba [W.] Smith convened at her residence on Thanksgiving Day, in the capacity of a SURPRISE Party [. . .]

[. . .] Miss E. R. Snow was called upon by the president of the meeting [Rachel R. Grant] to deliver the opening address; she introduced the subject of the women of Utah being represented at the Centennial; she wished them to understand it was not a sectional but national affair, and she wished all to use their utmost influence to give the women of Utah a fair representation. [. . .] [p. 101]

Source Note

Home Affairs,” Woman’s Exponent 4, no. 13 (1 Dec. 1875): 101.