Mormon authors -- Biography
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Contains a biographical account of Van Dyk's life beginning in 1881 and continuing until approximately 1894. Also includes some genealogical information, as well as a compilation of sayings by Joseph Smith.
Notebook contains an autobiography of Ernest Clark, as well as notes from a sermon by Mary Lightner on Joseph Smith and a copy of a revelation on marriage by John Taylor. Clark's autobiography describes his early years in Utah, his family's life in Mexico and their expulsion from the country in 1912, his education, and his teaching career in Idaho and Wyoming. Contents date from between 1905 and 1968.
Contains materials from Exponent II, including minutes, photographs, scrapbooks, and articles. Materials were produced during the meetings, retreats and parties, and publications of the members of Exponent II in the greater Boston and New England area. Dated 1974 to 2001.
Contains materials pertaining to the life and career of Ralph W. Hansen. Materials consist of an interview transcript, a booklet, and photographs which document his career as a student, librarian, and archivist at several universities. His autobiography, Musings on the Life of Ralph W. Hansen, documents his personal and professional journey. Dated 1947-2014.
Contains correspondence, poetry, newspaper articles, an autobiography, and other materials related to Groo's life. Includes information on his missionary service in Australia, his work ranching, and his encarceration for practicing polygamy. Materials date from between 1864 and 1895.