The brick structure you see in background is most likely the building next door, and not part of the Hotel Roberts. You can see the Hotel Roberts Arbor and fountain. This is the main front lawn. The main road would be to the right of this picture.
Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
Julia French describes how she comes from a long line of educators, and environmental and social activists in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She herself became involved with Utahns Against Hunger with their Share the Harvest projects after moving to Salt...
The writing next to this photo says ""Perhaps Ed Burton and Daughter Grace."" There is also a boy sitting on the wall and an older man sitting on the lawn behind wall. The wisteria arbor walkway can be seen behind the people.
These are the minutes of the meetings of the Provo Municipal Council. This covers April 8, 1986 thorugh February 2, 1988. By request of the Provo City Recorder, only pages 1 through 230 were scanned at this time.