Charles Garfield (CHARLS) Tracy
(1881 - 1955)
Charles Garfield (CHARLS) Tracy was active/lived in California, Utah, Ohio / Mexico, Tahiti. Charles Tracy is known for early modernist painting, acting, poetry, movie directing.
Biography Charles Garfield (CHARLS) Tracy
Charles Garfield Tracy was married to Rhea Lucille Snow (1896-1976) from April 10, 1918 in Farmington, Utah, until his death, September 11, 1955 in Arcadia, California. When they married she was a resident of Utah, having lived to age five in a Ladder Day Saint's family commune at Beehive House. It had been built in 1854 near the Salt Lake City Mormon Temple to accommodate LDS founder, President and polygamist, Brigham Young and his wives and children. Rhea lived there the first five years of her life because it was the official home of her father, Lorenzo Snow (1814-1901), the Fourth LDS President since Young's death in 1877. Rhea's mother was Sara Minnie Jensen Snow (1855-1908), and she and Lorenzo had nine children. Rhea became the
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