22 May 1885

Big Cottonwood Primary; Big Cottonwood [Holladay], Utah Territory

[. . .] There was present on the stand. Stake president Ellen [C.] Clawson, Sisters [Camilla C.] Cobb, Eliza R. Smith [. . .]

Sister E. R. Snow Smith then said that she [p. 28] owned all the primary children. And asked them some questions about the presidents of the church. Also told the children some very interesting stories and closed by asking the Lord to bless all.

[. . .] Sister E. R. Snow Smith then addressed the children again. She then told the children that she would be <was> 81 years old on the 21 day of January in the year 1885. [. . .] [p. 29]

Source Note

Big Cottonwood Ward, Granite Stake, Primary Association Minutes and Records (1881–1948), vol. 2 (1884–1891), pp. 28–29, CHL (LR 712 18); Mary E. Sutherland, Secretary.

See also “Editorial Notes,” Woman’s Exponent 14, no. 1 (1 June 1885): 4–5.

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