Mormons -- Utah -- Correspondence
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and typewritten letters with three receipts. Each item is signed by Angus Cannon. The letters are addressed to John M. Cannon. Angus writes largely about business and personal metters.
One typed and signed letter and photocpies of two typed letters. One was written by Card and the other two by Elizabeth W. Shafer. Card responds to Elizabeth W. Shafer about a lecture given by Mrs. McAllister on the horrible use of whole wheat which she assumed killed J. Y. Card's mother.
Handwritten and signed letters all written to George Carpenter's brother, Joseph Carpenter of Manti, Utah. Two of the items were written while George was serving on a mission for the Mormon Church in the Samoan Islands. George writes about his family and his difficulties in finding work. He also complains about the Mormons, "as to the fearfully bloodthirsty Mormons ..."
The collection includes three letters written by Benjamin C. Critchlow between 1872 and 1887. The first is to his parents and dates from his mission; the second two were written to his wife Martha while he was hiding for polygamy.
Contains receipts, certificates, and other documents related to Reynolds. Includes his sentence to prison for practicing polygamy, and a petition for his pardon submitted to President Rutherford B. Hayes. Dated 1863-1907.
Contains writings by or related to Reynolds. Includes records related to the concordance to the Book of Mormon, a draft of a history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and a biography of Reynolds by his daughter, Alice Louise Reynolds. Dated approximately 1877-1920.
Handwritten and typed correspondence between members of the McDonald Family. The items are primarily concerned with personal and family matters including letters home by members of the family serving missions for the Mormon Church.