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File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS SC 360
Scope and Contents Holograph diary which tells of his duties as a member of city council, justice of the peace and inspector of buildings in Salt Lake City, Utah and his various social religious and business dealings.
File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 124
Scope and Contents Handwritten meeting minutes of the School of the Prophets in Provo, Utah. The intention of the school was to educate members of the Mormon Church in doctrines of the faith. The topics discussed related to Mormon and to Provo topics. An emphasis was placed on getting workers to go to St. George, Utah to help construct the Mormon temple there.
Collection — Box: 3
Identifier: MSS 680
Scope and Contents Contains seven journals, and other autobiographical manuscripts. Photocopies are also included. There is also a bound typescript volume of an autobiography/journal. The journals include accounts of persecutions in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois; pioneering in Utah; his two missions to Europe; and service as president of the Swiss-Italian and the Swiss-Italian-German missions. There is also a contemporary account of the cricket-and-seagull episode in Salt Lake in 1848; his service as a member of...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1832
Scope and Contents Correspondence, diaries, pamphlets, advertisements, and account books. Diaries were written by Newton Tuttle (1825-1905), a farmer in Bountiful, Utah. He mentions attending the School of the Prophets in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he heard teachings from leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). Correspondence includes letters written to Clara Minerva Tuttle Bartholomew (1865-1956) by members of the Bartholomew family who were on LDS missions, among which are...