Gravemarker with contemporary portrait of a young man engraved in the stone. He is holding a Book of Mormon, a tennis racquet and golf clubs; behind him is a golf course, a church spire, and a sun. Image has been lightened.
Gravemarker formed from natural rock which has its face cut and finished smoothly so that inscription can be etched on it. In center is a design showing the Salt Lake L.D.S. Temple. Image has been lightened.
Gravemarker with grapes and grape leaves to each side of family name. This is reverse side of stone giving names of second and third wives of an apparent polygamist. See 280303 for other side of stone giving names of husband and his first wife. ...
Gravemarker with family name in dark relief lettering inside a light colored box cut into darker stone. Full name and vital dates are not visible in this view but were supplied by the Fifes. Image has been lightened.
Gravemarker with grapes and grape leaves to each side of family name. This is front side of stone giving names of an apparent polygamist husband and his first wife. See 280304 for other side of stone giving names of second and third wives.
Gravemarker in form of upright rectangle with pillars on either side supporting triangular arch. Within triangle is carved "Sacred to the Memory of." Much of the inscription is not readable in this view.
Panoramic view of cemetery with two wooden gravemarkers in the foreground. In center is a stone marker with pillars on each side and a notched triangular top. Only the name on the center marker is readable in this view. Shadow in image has been...
Gravemarker of member of Air Force killed in Vietnam. Underneath dates is an engraved military plane. Two American flags and artificial flowers are stuck in the ground next to the marker. Image has been lightened.
Gravemarker with relief carving of two clasped hands within aperture created by open drapery. To sides is ivy and flower design. Beneath age information is an inscription too small to be read in this view.
Gravemarker with relief carving of boy leaning against a tree stump. Design is within a trefoil depression at top of marker. At bottom right is what appears to be a signature, possibly of the person (J. H. Bair) who made the marker.
Gravemarker of a mother and father in shape of open book with center design of two hands, the male hand holding the female hand, with "Together Forever" written above them. Above the mother's inscription is an engraved image of a woman holding a...
Two gravemarkers, one of which is broken with just the top portion sitting on the ground in this view. Both include a relief design of a hand pointing upward within a circular depression. Only a portion of the second stone's inscription is...
Gravemarker in form of a podium with open book and tasseled drapery on top. Sides give image of opening gates beyond which is an anchor. Above gate is written "Peace, Perfect Peace." Image has been lightened and has a partial double exposure.
Gravemarker with engraved scene of path turning out of sight and evergreens. Right edge of marker is not included in view. Although last name is truncated in this view, family records confirm it to be "Grow."
Gravemarker with three opened books giving first names of three deceased people underneath family name Unsworth. Image has been lightened but is still partially obscured by shadows. For another view of this marker, see 221010.
Gravemarker has peaked top and engraved design showing various turrets, pointed and rounded, seeming to rise from clouds, with the inscription below it reading: "In my father's house are many mansions." Image has been lightened.
Gravemarker with engraved soldier in a blaze of light holding a rifle with bayonet; one foot is on a cannon and one arm held upright, holding something, perhaps an olive branch? Only the family name "Petersen" is visible in this view.
Gravemarker in form of a podium with a closed book and drapery lying on the top. Front side contains an engraving of gates slightly opened with a dove flying downward, holding a sprig. Slide is identified as taken in Logan, Utah, but this may...