Ellenore Ann Glade

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Ellenore Ann Glade lived in the neighborhood at 1420 South 1400 East from her birth in 1935 until she married Howard Glenn Hillam in 1956. She returned with her family and lived here again from 1962-1977. She is the mother of three sons and three daughters.

Audio Interview

Here is an interview with Ellenore recollecting her years in the neighborhood. The sound track is followed by a summary and index of the interview.

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Interview (1:06:04)

Summary and Index  (clicking this link will open a new browser window.  To return to this page, click the tab at the top of your browser)



This is a collection of photos provided by Ellenore.  Click on any photo to open the full size image.  Captions are available on the full size image.  You can move through the collection by clicking on either side of the full size image.  Click "close" to return to this page.

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Below are documents provided by Ellenore.  During her interview, she refers to many of these documents.  The document numbers are referenced in the summary and index above.  Click on the filename to view the document.


File Name Doc No.
 Sister and friends send early order to Santa (1941)  01
 War Ration Book 03 (1943)  02
 Primary Graduation Certificate (1947)  03
 Primary Bandelo  04
 Primary Honor Bee Scarf (1947)  05
 Individual Award (1952-53)  06
 Uintah School History 1915-1940 (1977)  07
 Uintah School Teachers 1941-1944 (1993)  08
 Uintah Elementary meets its end (1993)  09
 Adios East (1996)  10
 Wasatch Ward Farewell Services (1997)  11
Cornerstone laying program, new East High (1998)  12
East High Class of '53 fiftieth reunion (2003) 13