|Wilford Woodruff built two cabins in 1847 that were part of the Old Fort |
located at what is now Pioneer Square in Salt Lake City.
|Wilford Woodruff's first home in Salt Lake City built in 1851 and at one point housed four generations of his family.|
It was converted to the Valley House Hotel (1878-1915) shown here in 1902.
|Emma Smith Woodruff's farmhouse built in 1850s. |
Wilford Woodruff's daughter Emma Manella is standing on porch holding her child.
(Picture courtesy of Carolyn Woodruff Owen.)
|Sarah Brown Woodruff's restored cabin still stands in Randolph, Utah|
|Home in Provo, Utah where Sarah Brown Woodruff and daughter Mary |
lived in 1890s while Mary taught at the Brigham Young Academy,
(Picture courtesy of Kenneth Mays.)
|Woodruff Villa built in 1890s where Wilford and Emma Woodruff lived.|
This home has been restored and still stands at 1622 S 500 E in Salt Lake City.
(Oicture courtesy of Carolyn Woodruff Owen.)