Latter Day Saints
Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Bound scrapbook which contains newspaper clippings regarding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, polygamy, Van Zile's work as U.S. District Attorney, and other activities that took place in Utah during the early 1880's. Many items are accompanied by holograph notations by Van Zile. Also includes letters to Van Zile from William M. Thompson and Robert G. McNiece.
Photocopies of three handwritten letters from Welsh emigrants, two of which endorse service received at sea. In the other letter the emigrant describes conditions in his land of adoption, Australia.
Contains the following books written by Wilford E. Smith, including family history, autobiographies, essays, and textbooks on Mormon doctrine and sociology. Works date from between 1971 and 2000.
Photocopy of a mirofilm copy of a temple record book. The materials present names of persons and the dates certain ordinances were perfomed for these people in temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Some of the entries were hand written, while others were typed.
Handwritten and signed letters dated 1854 and addressed to Utah Militia Major David Moore. The documents discuss the survey of a road through Ogden canyon, the relocation of Ute Indians, and the estate settlement of Isaac Moore.
Includes a letter from Kimball Young to the Presidency of the Utah Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, April 16, 1912, accepting a mission call, with a note of recommendation by Bishop Alfred Booth. Also include extract of anti-Mormon articles from the Salt Lake Review, 1871-1872, compiled 1959.