Contains 14 Results:
General correspondence of the First Council of the Seventy. The majority are thank-you notes, letters of condolence, and Christmas greetings sent by Elder Young.
General correspondence with colleagues in professional organizations of which Young was a member. Most of the letters were sent to members of the National Advisory Council of the American Palestine Committee. The Western Union cablegram was sent to Elder Young by Thomas Clark Pollock of New York regarding the internationalization of Jerusalem.
A collection of photographs, postcards, pressings, and occasional journal-type notes depicting scenic places, people, etc. in Italy and describing Young's feelings about Italy. Compiled while he served as Mission President, April, 1904.
Used by Elder Young while serving as an LDS missionary and mission president. The scriptures are printed in German with handwritten annotations by Young.
Levi Edgar Young organizational documents and minutes for the First Quorum of the Seventy, 1835-1847
Includes information on the organization of the quorum; weekly conferences; the problem of inactive Seventies; church courts; minutes of meetings in 1847 at Winter Quarters; and remarks by Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, Joseph Young, Henry Harriman, Benjamin L. Clapp, and others.