Photo Collections Record
Ella Earl Carruth Photograph CollectionExtent:
0.1 Linear Feet (1 hanging folder, 1 shared box of negatives)
Photo Cabinet 2:C, Photo Collection Negatives Box 04
Link to Collection Guide
Ella Earl Carruth. Interview, June 23, 1975. OH-00160. Oral History Research Center, Special Collections, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Ella Earl Carruth Photograph Collection contains photographs depicting Mormon settlers in Nevada from 1906 to 1934. The materials include photographs of the Mormon Fort in present-day Las Vegas, Nevada, the town of Bunkerville, Nevada, and Mormon pioneers Edward Bunker, Joseph Ira Earl, and Zilpha Earl.
Early Las Vegas
1 Remodeled ranch house, Old Ranch, Las Vega , Nevada (ca. 1934)
2 Truck in front of remodeled Old Fort building Las Vegas, NV (NEG ONLY)
3 Clark County Fair, Earl exhibit of honey, 1925.
4 Earl home in Bunkerville. L-R: Joseph Ira Earl, Milton S. Earl. 1915-1916
5 1920 High School Bunkerville
6 Old Meeting House and Church in Bunkerville, 1917.
7 Edward Bunker
8 Joseph Ira Earl
9 Sylvester Henry Earl
10 Zilpha Daedura Fuller Earl, first white child in Las Vegas Valley at Old Fort.
11 Las Vegas High School, students and teachers, 1948. L-R, 1st row: Bonnie Zigtema,Ella Carruth- Commercial; 2nd row: LuJean Foremaster, Elsie Shaver, Jennie Gibson, Ada Carpenter-English Dept. ; 3rd row: Elsa Kurtz, Clarabelle Haney-Librarian.
12 2nd Bishopric of Bunkerville, Nevada, 1906. L-R: M. Abbot; E. Bunker, Jr.; J.I. Earl; George Lee.
13 Ellen Celeste Woodward Fuller, spouse of Elijah Knapp Fuller; mother of Zilpha D. Fuller Earl who was the first white child born in the Las Vegas Valley, Aug. 20, 1856 at Las Vegas Mormon Mission.