Salt Lake City (Utah)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 166 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Series — Oversize-folder 34: Series 9 [Barcode: 31197225551867]
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 9
Scope and Contents Contains James E. Talmage's papers relating to his carrier as a consulting geologist and mining engineer including mining articles, forms and tables, maps, and manuscripts, as well as legal material relating to the Rio Grande Western Railway, Silver King consolidated Mining Company of Utah, and other mining operations. Materials date from 1879 to 1911.
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
Series — Box 24b: Series 2; Series 14; Series 15 [Barcode: 31197227605695], Folder: 16
Identifier: MSS 229 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains Latin coursework, science notes, essays, and examinations from Talmage's time as a student at Brigham Young Academy, Lehigh University, and Johns Hopkins University. Also contains some literature from various schools Talmage did not attend. Dated approximately 1876 to 1893.
Identifier: MSS 2295 Series 1
Scope and Contents note Notecards on Adam, the origin of man, Old Testament prophets, the Council of the Fifty, the Pearl of Great Price, cosmology, etc.; also biographies and assorted biographical information.
Dates: Other: undated
Identifier: MSS 2295 Series 4
Identifier: MSS 2295 Series 3
Scope and Contents note Typescripts of pertinent newspaper articles (1824-1950), bibliographical information for LDS scriptures, rough drafts of volumes 1-4 of "Messages", unpublished pamphlets and books, audio reels and cassette tapes of Church-related people and events, filmstrips, typescripts and photocopies of "Messages" source material, correspondence, notes, unbound/uncut copies of volumes 5 and 6 of "Messages", pertinent student papers, etc.
Dates: Other: 1824-1971
Identifier: MSS 2295 Series 2
Scope and Contents note Unbound drafts and draft sections of volumes 2-5 of Clark's compilation series "Messages of the First Presidency"; also photocopies and notes of research material, newspaper clippings, indexes, issues of the Ensign, Church officers' interview questions, copies of speeches, etc.
Dates: Other: 1886-1984
Identifier: MSS 2295 Series 5
Scope and Contents note Photocopy and original of volume 5 manuscript, volume 5 rough draft, uncut volume 6 manuscript, photocopies of source material for volume 6 (1935-1951), photocopies of and notes on lesson material, rough draft and page proof of "The Story of the Pearl of Great Price," notecard index of articles (by subject), assorted Church-related cards and pamphlets, Orson Pratt reference notecards (alphabetical), etc.
Dates: Other: 1916-1955; Other: 1970-1974
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 3098
Scope and Contents Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typescript. The item is a fragment of an autobiography of Eleanor Cannon Woodbury Jarvis. She was born on 9 March 1854. She moved to St. George, Utah, in 1861 and married George Frederick Jarvis in 1872. She tells about her and her husband's work in the Mormon Church, describes the activities of her children, and gives her opinion of polygamy.
Dates: approximately 1922