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Images of America: Provo

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A fascinating history of scenes in Provo’s past that was recently published in June, 2011, by the national Arcadia Publishing Company. With Valerie Holladay’s help, Marilyn has put together more than two hundred pictures of Provo, beginning with an original painting by Marilyn Brown of Etienne Proveau moving to the present day burning of the Provo Tabernacle.
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Provo: A Story of People in Motion

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When Provo City father John Moffat, wrote a history of Provo in 1971 and submitted it to the BYU Press, Marilyn, the editor assigned to the project, collected photographs from townspeople to give the book a commercial flavor. She also did a lot of rewriting of the text, making it more interesting and readable. An easily read story of the stalwart founders of the city.
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I Cannot Tell a Life (with Florence Brown)

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Florence Brown was the inventor of spudnuts. Her story of a tragic marriage, seven children in poverty, and divorce, is a true tale of redemption and perseverance.
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Families Lost and Found (with Lee Nelson)

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Marilyn and the prominent editor at CFI, Lee Nelson, put together this collection of some of the more interesting miracle stories from dedicated genealogists. These inspiring true stories make a welcome gift for genealogy fans.
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