Smith, Samuel H. B. (Samuel Harrison Bailey), 1838-1914
- Existence: 1838 - 1914
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Typed copy of a letter dated July 25, 1863 and addressed to "Dear Nephew." The item was written in Colchester in an unnamed state. Millikin mentions a visit by Samuel H. B. Smith (1838-1914) Joseph F. Smith (1838-1918) and states that Joseph Smith (1832-1914) was gaining many converts to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Typed copy of two letters. Smith's letter is dated August 14, 1863 and was addressed to his cousin "John," presumably John Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah. Smith mentions the visit of two other cousins, Joseph F. Smith and Samuel H. B. Smith. Also included is a letter by Don C. S. Millikin dated August 19, 1863 and addressed to "Dear Friend and Cousin." Millikin also writes about the visit of Samuel and Joseph.
Photocopies of handwritten and signed letters. The items were written from Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri and were addressed to "Cousin" Samuel H. B. Smith. The materials relate to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to politics in Utah.
Photocopies of handwritten letters between Samuel H. B. Smith and William R. Hamilton. The items are concerned with the murders of Joseph and Hyrum Smith and the involvement of Samuel Harrison Smith in the removal of their bodies.
The collection consists of photocopies of Smith's mission diary, his autobiography, some correspondence, and records of ordinances performed in the Endowment House in the 1870s. Smith kept his diary while serving on a mission to Great Britain (1860-1863). He recorded the activities and experiences of missionary life and activities. The autobiography is brief and covers from Smith's birth to 1857.
Photocopy of a handwritten letter, addressed to George A. Smith, and dated 10 July 1860. Samuel Smith writes while he is on a mission for the Mormon Church. He tells about a visit with Joseph Smith (1832-1914), the first president of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and seeing Emma Hale Smith Bidamon and her husband.
- Letters 5
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 3
- Correspondence 2
- Material Types 2
- Missions and Missionaries 2
- Religion 2
- Utah -- Politics and government 2
- Diaries 1
- Latter Day Saint churches -- Missions -- East (U.S.) -- History 1
- Latter Day Saint churches -- Missions -- Great Britain 1
- Latter Day Saint churches -- Presidents 1
- Latter Day Saint missionaries 1
- Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Diaries 1
- Latter Day Saint pioneers -- Utah -- Diaries 1
- Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- Correspondence 1
- Political Campaigns 1
- Politics, Government, and Law 1
- Populism -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- History -- Sources 1
- Protestantism 1
- Speeches, addresses, etc., American 1 + ∧ less