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Marilyn Openshaw Chapman

Marilyn Openshaw Chapman grew up at 1534 East Harrison Avenue from 1931-1949 when she married Dr. Eugene Chapman and moved away.  They are the parents of three sons and two daughters.  

Audio Interview

Here is an interview with Alice recollecting her years in the neighborhood.  The soundtrack is followed by a summary and index of the interview.  The section below contains documents from Alice.

The interviews and related files are shared with the written consent of the interviewee under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.  (Note: Index times are approximate. Variations in browsers and operating systems may cause some timing discrepancies. Please use the audio player controls to fine tune the section you’re interested in.)

Interview 1 (09/11/2015, duration 28:24)


This is a collection of photos provided by Marilyn.  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.

Sin in miniature – Drinking Coke (L to R) Toni Openshaw, Beverly Woodhead, Beth Wood, Pat Porter
’Caught in the Act’ (L to R) Alice Cannon, Marilyn (Sandy) Smith
We really love her (L to R) Alice Cannon, Marilyn Smith, Melza Beth Clyde
(L to R) Melza Beth Clyde, Marilyn (Sandy) Smith, Pat Porter, Tom, Toni Openshaw, Jeannie Elliott, Beth Wood
(L to R) Marvel Hansen, Marilyn (Sandy) Smith, Pat Bennion, Alice Cannon
(L to R) Marvel Hansen, Melza Beth Clyde
Slumber party
On the way to the Seminary Chickaree (L to R) Marvel Hansen, Jeannie Elliott, Pattie Bennion
(Front row 4-6 from left) Franciida Wood, Jeannie Elliott, Marilyn (Sandy) Smith (far right) Marvel Hansen
Marilyn’s Modale
Toni Openshaw holding the Pinto and Modale-the race horse
Marilyn in 24th of July Parade on Modale
Swimming (floating) at the Great Salt Lake (L to R) Melza Beth Clyde, Toni Openshaw, Marily (Sandy) Smith, Jeannie Elliott
(Middle of front row) Beth Wood, Melza Beth Clyde
(Starting 2nd from left) Pat Harmer, Beverly Woodhead, Mary Lynn Fairbanks, Lois Hansen, Pat Bennion
(L to R) Pat Porter, Beverly Woodhead, Toni Openshaw

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