Mormons -- Poetry
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
A song of praise and thanksgiving for the anniversary celebration of the pioneers' first entrance in the valley/ by Eliza R. Snow, 1852 July 3
Contains a poem written by Eliza R. Snow in commemoration and celebration of the Mormon pioneers' entrance in the Salt Lake valley. Dated July 3, 1852.
A song of praise and thanksgiving for the anniversary celebration of the pioneers' first entrance in the valley/ by Eliza R. Snow
Chicago University Branch collection of Sunday School speeches
Sylvia Worsley Dixon literary papers
The collection includes typescripts and holographs of free-form poems and lyrics written by Dixon for various friends, relatives, and theatrical productions.
Eliza R. Snow poetry, 1852, 1856
Contains poetry by Eliza R. Snow for Thomas Bullock before he serves in the British mission and in celebration of the Mormon pioneers entering the Salt Lake valley. Dated 1852 and 1856.
Greenhalgh family papers
Includes a collection of Christmas letters and other family papers telling the personal and spiritual history of the Greenhalgh family, with a special emphasis on Joseph H. and A. Pearl Greenhalgh, 1935-1957.
Harvey Coe Hullinger genealogies
Typewritten notes, genealogies, family histories, and poems related to Mormon Church historical events. The materials relate to Mormons living in Vernal, Utah.
Anna Johnson poems
Typewritten and printed poems and songs. These items deal primarily with Mormon culture and doctrine. Also included is a scrapbook.
Out of the cage of mirrors
Typewritten poem with handwritten corrections in red ink. The item was written by an unknown Mormon author and deals with Mormon doctrine. The date of compositon is uncertain.
William Minshall Evans papers
Handwritten poems and songs. Also included is a biography of Evans written by his granddaughter, Grace McLachlan Foxley, in 1940. The dating of the songs and poems is uncertain. At least one was written when Evans was on his mission in Liverpool, England.