Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Includes three reminiscent accounts written in 1880, 1885, and 1895, reflecting on her early life in New York state; marriage to Moses Tracy, 1832; conversion to Mormonism, 1834; occasional interactions with Joseph Smith Jr.; and experiences with her husband in New York, 1844. Also includes information on her activities in Kirtland, Ohio; Far West, Missouri; Nauvoo, Illinois; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Winter Quarters, Nebraska; and Ogden, Utah. She also comments on her emigration to Utah, 1850; and temporary move from Ogden to Provo, 1857. She recounts post-Nauvoo-period church history events. The 1880 account was submitted to historian Hubert Howe Bancroft. The 1885 account is more detailed. The 1895 account appears to be derived from the 1885 version but, again, incorporates more detail. The collection includes typescripts of all three accounts, plus a photocopy of the 1885 manuscript. The 1895 typescript also includes occasional diary entries, 1896-1899, plus two patriarchal blessings, ... Read More
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Typescript of autobiography. Nancy was born in New York and raised by her grandparents. She married Moses Tracy in 1832 and joined the Mormon Church in 1834. She lived in Kirtland, Ohio; Far West, Missouri; Nauvoo, Illinois; "Winter Quarters"; and Ogden, Utah. She witnessed and experienced some of the persecutions of Mormons in Missouri and Illinois. She went with her husband on a mission to New York and was a member of the Mormon Relief Soceity in Nauvoo. She covers her life until 1860
Utah State Historical Society
Born in New York, joined the LDS church with family, moved to Kirtland, Missouri and Nauvoo, before crossing the plains to Utah in 1850. Married to Moses Tracy, settled in Ogden
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Includes three reminiscent accounts written in 1880, 1885, and 1895, reflecting on her early life in New York state; marriage to Moses Tracy, 1832; conversion to Mormonism, 1834; occasional interactions with Joseph Smith Jr.; and experiences with her husband in New York, 1844. Also includes information on her activities in Kirtland, Ohio; Far West, Missouri; Nauvoo, Illinois; Council Bluffs, Iowa; Winter Quarters, Nebraska; and Ogden, Utah. She also comments on her emigration to Utah, 1850; and temporary move from Ogden to Provo, 1857. She recounts post-Nauvoo-period church history events. The 1880 account was submitted to historian Hubert Howe Bancroft. The 1885 account is more detailed. The 1895 account appears to be derived from the 1885 version but, again, incorporates more detail. The collection includes typescripts of all three accounts, plus a photocopy of the 1885 manuscript. The 1895 typescript also includes occasional diary entries, 1896-1899, plus two patriarchal blessings, ... Read More
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Photocopy of a typescript of an autobiography. Tracy writes about being baptized by the first president of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith, in 1842, his migration to Utah in 1850, his settling in Huntsville, Utah, and his mission to the Indians (probably Shoshoni Indians) at Ft. Supply (near Ft. Bridger), Wyoming. Also included are autobiographies of Tracy's wife, Eliza Ann Sprague Tracy, and his mother, Nancy Alexander Tracy
Ball State University - Bracken Library
Assisted by Nancy Spencer, piano and Tracy Briggs, piano
New York Public Library
These recordings were collected by Lee Tracy and primarily consist of his performances in radio plays Radio programs most prominently represented are Hall of Fame, Hollywood Hotel, Kraft Music Hall, Lux Radio Theater, The Rudy Vallee Hour, Shell Chateau, and Silver Theater. Performers appearing with Tracy on these programs include Edward Arnold, Noah Berry, Bing Crosby, Sally Eilers, Joan Fontaine, William Gargan, Shirley Ross, Lionel Stander, and Rudy Vallee
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
The Helon Henry Tracy papers (1875-1889) contain diaries, journals, bookkeeping ledgers, prison inmate rosters, articles, research materials, and newspaper court reports. Tracy was a Mormon imprisoned for polygamy in Utah in 1886.