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, Utah.
Wilford Woodruff's first home in Salt Lake City, constructed in 1851 using the original cabins he built in 1847, at one point housed four generations of his family. It was converted to the Valley House Hotel in 1878 when Wilford moved to a smaller home next door. . The hotel stood from 1878-1915 on the corner of West Temple and South Temple. It is 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.)
Woodruff Farmhouse still stands at 1604 S 500 E in Salt Lake City
In this picture (courtesy of Carolyn Woodruff Owen)
Emma Woodruff on the left with grandchildren Helen, June, Rhoda, W. Owen
(children of Abraham Owen) and nurse Anna Rosenkilde on the right