Tithes -- Mormon Church
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection includes a 216 p. typescript entitled "Zion and Her Law" with a 71 p. appendix and 24 p. index. Also includes a typescript of an 11 p. talk given by Johnson in 1965 on Latter-day Saint Church doctrine, and TLS's concerning the provenance of the collection.
Includes one handwritten letter from M. Monroe of Clifton, Oneida County, Idaho, to Bishop William B. Preston discussing the distribution and repayment of tithing funds in the late 19th century.
Contains one book of tithing records of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints living in Denmark between 1885 and 1889. Includes entries for the branches in Randers and Aarhus.
Correspondence from Reynolds to Abraham Smoot authorizing an order for $1,000 labor and merchandise tithing for the Brigham Young Academy.
Handwritten and signed letter addressed to David Evans, a bishop in Lehi, Utah, dated March 2, 1866. The letter instructs Evans not to collect tithing from Thomas Taylor, a merchant heavily in debt from service to the poor. Only the signature on the letter is in Young's handwriting.