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Salt Lake City (Utah)

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

James E. Talmage collection of pamphlets and newspaper articles, 1883-1910

 Series
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 11
Scope and Contents Contains pamphlets, magazine and newspaper articles, and printed advertisements collected by James E. Talmage. Most of these publications deal with geology and volcanology. Some are authored or partially authored by Talmage. Materials date from 1883 to 1910.
Dates: 1883-1910

James E. Talmage ecclesiastical papers, 1871-1933

 Series
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 12
Scope and Contents note Contains addresses and ads for them, published manuscripts on doctrinal topics (including those for Jesus the Christ and Articles of Faith; material on loose topics is alphabetical), notebooks, newspaper articles (by Talmage and others, syndicated and otherwise), and correspondence; also includes a collection of syndicated articles, filed alphabetically by newspaper.
Dates: 1871-1933

James E. Talmage research notes, approximately 1872-1906

 Series — Box 18: Series 7 [Barcode: 31197227605620]
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 7
Scope and Contents note Includes notes on astronomy, chemistry and metallurgy, crystallography, economics, nutrition, education, world geography and statistics, geology, meteorology, microbiology and epidemiology, zoology, botany, physics, anatomy and phsyiology, and other subjects. Items included in this section were probably created during the years in which Talmage was associated with schools as either a student or a teacher and are not specifically related to any other career category. Other research notes were...
Dates: approximately 1872-1906

Talmage family papers, approximately 1950-1980, 1884-1931

 Series
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 14
Scope and Contents Contains genealogical charts, family histories, and other family papers. A large portion of this series consists of short stories written by Susa Amelia Talmage, James E. Talmage's youngest sister. Most of the material dates from 1884 to 1931, with some additional family materials from approximately 1954 to 1978.
Dates: approximately 1950-1980; 1884-1931