Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Records include student directories, newspaper clippings, transcripts for radio broadcasts, Latter-day Saint proselyting materials, and correspondence relating to the Jerusalem Center and Latter-day Saint presence in Israel. The bulk of the materials deals with the controversy surrounding the construction of the Jerusalem Center.
Boxed, leatherbound Jewish death memorial book for one Ludwig Grünfeld, dated August 31, 1929 and printed in Berlin in both German and Hebrew. The item contains some handwritten entries concerning the deceased.
Contains books, manuscripts, letters, posters, CDs, videocassettes, and various other materials pertaining to Muchnick's life and career. Includes information on her conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, her work as an author and lecturer, and her family and friends. Materials date from between 1948 and 2012.
Vernuenftige und liebreiche Vorstellung zur gewinnung derer die an der Wahrheit der Religion gewissen, oder dieselbe leitsinning verachten = Representations raisonabler & chartiblies pour gagner ceux qui doutent dela verite' de la religion on qui par segerte' la meprisent
The author of this document is unknown. It is an introduction on how to win those who know about religion but despise it. The manuscript is written in a single hand and is believed to have been copied by the grandmother of the count of la Roegetta when she was a young girl likely as a school project.