Latter Day Saints
Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, pamphlets, notes, and other materials by Kane. Includes information on his political service and his historical research on the Mormons and Kane family. Materials date from between 1936 and 1978.
Series contains prayers, schedules, programs, diaries, church pamphlets, and newspaper clippings from 1834 to 1974 detailing the activities of the Holladay, Utah area and the Carlisle family.
Contains meeting minutes, correspondence, and topical outlines related to the Encyclopedia of Mormonism project.
Two page letter from Susan Ertz to the editor of the Boston Evening Transcript. Ertz wrote the letter in response to comments that had been made in the paper because of her book “The Proselyte” about Mormons. She addresses what she feels are the problems with many books about Mormons and says that there are only a few which are worth reading, which she names. Dated 1933.
The letter from Brigham Young to Jacob Hamblin in this collection was written about one month before the Mountain Meadows Massacre took place. In it, Young appoints Hamblin to be president of the Santa Clara Indian mission and tells him to keep good relations with the Indians. This collection also contains four blessings given to Jacob Hamblin.
Genealogy charts and stories of the Johannes (John) Gerber family, which came west in 1854. Includes correspondence of John T. Gerber, circa 1827-1877, and 14 books of family history.
Series contains notes on Joseph Fielding, Orson Hyde, Heber C. Kimball, Orson Pratt, Parley P. Pratt, Willard Richards, George A. Smith, John Taylor, Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff, and William Clayton. Notes include background information, and copies of Mormon journals. Notes are collected by James B. Allen, 1992.
Contains newspaper clippings of articles related to the Mormons and to the Civil War. Materials date from between 1851 and 1908.