Charles Roscoe Savage (1832-1909)
|Alternate Names||C. R. Savage|
|Birth||16 August 1832|
|Marriage||Annie Adkins; Mary Emma Fowler; Ellen Fenn; Annie Leona Smith|
|Death||4 February 1909|
|Religious Influence||The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints|
|EMM||Charles Roscoe Savage|
|ISNI||0000 0000 6660 6444|
|Wikipedia||Charles Roscoe Savage|
|WorldCat||Savage, C. R. (Charles Roscoe) 1832-1909|
- "The Utah Commission," Harper's Weekly (20 June 1885), 397.
- Pictorial reflex of Salt Lake City and vicinity: including letter-press description and illustrations of public edifices, hotels, business blocks, churches, Indians, bathing resorts, etc., and a variety of information, valuable for the tourist or resident, from reliable sources (Salt Lake City: C.R. Savage, Art Bazaar, 1897)
- Andrew Jenson, "Savage, Charles Roscoe," Latter-day Saint Biographical Encyclopedia, vol. 3 (Salt Lake City: Andrew Jenson History Company, 1920), 708-11; https://archive.org/stream/latterdaysaintbi03jens#page/708/mode/2up.
- Nelson B. Wadsworth, Set in Stone, Fixed in Glass: The Mormons, the West, and Their Photographers (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1996), http://signaturebookslibrary.org/set-in-stone-fixed-in-glass-3-charles-r-savage/.