History of Anthony W. Ivins, Utah
Taken from the Utah Historical Society (Links Added)
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Anthony Ivins was interested in a broad range of areas, including hunting and fishing, Mexico, archaeology, Indians, horses, missionary work, and the LDS Church generally. When he died, sympathy was extended to his family by prominent people of all religions and political persuasions. The funeral was held in the Salt Lake Tabernacle while the Piute Indians held a separate tribal ceremony also in his honor.

Although it would seem unlikely, Ivins was, from all appearances, universally loved. He was evidently a good, kind, and competent man with a broad range of interests. His appeal may best be expressed by a message in beadwork on an Indian leather vest sent him in 1932 which read, "Tony Ivins, he no cheat."


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