Latter Day Saint temples -- Washington (D.C.)
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Contains one audiocassette of a recording of an interview with "Char Bah.", Church News printouts, newspaper clippings, press releases, copies of correspondence with participants, correspondence between Carol and others concerning Black History month and the Washington D.C. Temple exhibit, which included artistic works and a genealogy seminar.
Contains photo negatives of the 2002 Black History Month Mark E. Mitchell Exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center.
Contains photographs, correspondence, notes, chronology, and publications related to the fourth annual Black History Month at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center in 2005.
Contains photographs of the 2002 Black History Month Mark E. Mitchell Exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center.
Contains a scrapbook, photographs, correspondence, newspaper articles, invitations, CDs, and other papers documenting the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center first Black History Month Mark E. Mitchell Exhibit in 2002.
One scrapbook containing photographs, fliers, and articles of the first Black History Month exhibit at the Washington D.C. Temple Visitor's Center in February of 2002. Photographs include photos of Darius Gray, Margaret Young, Mark E. Mitchell, James Johnson and Frederick Douglass IV. Discussion of the Genesis Group is included.
Typewritten paper that was read at the annual meeting of the Society of Historical Archaeology, Charleston, South Carolina, 1975 January 8. The paper discusses the Mormon temple in Washington, D.C., and archaeological, cultural, religious, social and political issues related to Mormon temples.
This album includes photographs taken by J and Fae Heslop in May-June 2001 in Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Photographs include the Arlington National Cemetery; LDS temple; Maryland state house at Annapolis; Delaware state capitol at Dover; Pennsylvania state capitol at Philadelphia; Liberty Bell; Independence Hall; New Jersey state captiol; Gettysburg Battlefield of the Civil War. The creator identified this album as "album 24."