Social Life and Customs
Found in 3375 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten autobiography. Wood talks about building the first Mormon Church in Farmington, relates experiences he had with various Mormon Apostles, and writes about building a barn.
Typewritten and handwritten autobiography, genealogy, letters from family members, and a Patriarchal blessing given by the Mormon patriarch Joseph Smith, Sr. in 1836. Wood relates childhood experiences in Piute County, Utah, and Kimberly, Idaho. She details her missions for the Mormon Church to St. Joseph, Missouri, in 1912 and to London, England, in 1946. She discusses her family, pioneering experiences, and her Mormon Church related activities.
Photocopy of a typescript. Woodbury writes about his childhood, his schooling, his military service, his work in the Mormon Church, his business ventures, and his special memories of his parents and children.
Contains the family history of the Woodbury family. Includes biographies of Hagop Tumas Gagosian and other Woodbury family members. Pictures and other experiences relating to family members can also be found with materials. Pedigree charts are contained within the large family history book.
Handwritten and signed correspondence, a biography, and autobiography, and cards notifying family members of deaths. The materials were collected by Rose Snow Rick Woodruff. The correspondence are largely between Rowley and Bedford family members and deal with personal matters. These items relate to Mormon families in Utah and England.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated April 22, 1845, addressed to Susannah Sangiovanni. The manuscript accompanied another by Heber C. Kimball (Vault MSS 697). The item gives an intimate look at the feelings and the attitudes of the Mormon leaders during the period after the death of Joseph Smith (1805-1844) and before the Mormons were driven from Nauvoo, Illinois starting in 1846.