Mormons -- Canada -- History
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten articles of incorporation and minutes of meetings. The items relate to the establishing and functioning of the company. The Mormon Apostle, John W. Taylor, was involved in the proceedings.
Contains reports, plans, essays, articles, speeches, a typewritten draft of a book with handwritten corrections, and a video tape. The materials relate to Card's studies in sociology and to Card's career and life.
Handwritten autobiography of Gardner, detailing his birth and life in Scotland. Autobiography also documents immigration to Canada, marriage, and baptism in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Also included are what seem to be financial notes from the years 1858 to 1862. Dated approximately 1858 to 1870.
Typewritten autobiography. Coombs was born and raised in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Ellis married Leslie McLean Coombs who died in 1917. She lived in several towns in Utah and taught school in Mexico and in Canada. She spent most of her educational career (1918-1948) teaching school in Fairview, Utah.