2 Works by May Booth Talmage
Mary May Booth Talmage was born September 29, 1868 in Alpine, Utah to Richard Thornton Booth and Elsie Edge. She married James Edward Talmage, a Mormon apostle, June 14, 1888 in Manti, Utah. She was educated at Brigham Young Academy under Professor Karl G. Maeser.
May was a school teacher in Kaysville, Utah. She was vice president of the first free kindergarten in Salt Lake City, as well as vice president of the B. Y. U. Alumni Association. She was first president of Parent-Teachers' Association of the Lowell School. May was a charter member of Authors' Club of Salt Lake City, and a charter member of the Friendship Circle.
May worked in the Primary Association of the Alpine Stake and the 2nd Ward of Salt Lake City; in the Sunday School of the 2nd Ward, and in the Relief Society of the 20th Ward. She was called to the General Board of the Y. L. M. I. A. in 1892 and was released in 1930. For two years she supervised the M. I. A. activities in the British Mission, and for three years presided over the Relief Societies of the European Mission.