Born August 5, 1900, Denver, Colorado, to James Monroe and Frankie Phillips Gibbs. She married Laron G, Anderson September 18, 1918 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She lived with her grandmother from six weeks of age. Attended Corinne schools, and Boxelder High School. She was a former reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune, a newspaper correspondent and columnist for 12 years. Was a historical and poetry writer, had written numerous stories on the Golden Spike, railroading, the founding of Corrine, Utah, and other historical happenings In Northern Utah. She was appointed honorary chairman of the Utah Golden Spike Centennial Commission, by Governor Calvin S. Rampton. She founded the National Golden Spike Society in 1957, which has annually presented the May 10 Commemoration of the Driving of the Golden Spike.
Bernlce G. Anderson; Bernice Phillips Gibbs Anderson
LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune, a newspaper correspondent and columnist, historical and poetry writer