Mormon Church -- Missions -- Middle West -- History
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Joseph Campbell diaries and genealogy
The collection contains photocopies of handwritten diaries. Campbell relates his missionary experiences in the Northern States Mission for the Mormon Church as well as his efforts in the Great Britain Mission. Also included is a Campbell genealogy.
Bruce Budge Clark autobiography
Joshua Reuben Clark papers
Collection contains diaries, correspondence, genealogical records, newspapers clippings, photographs, diary transcriptions, and digital images on optical media.
John T. Flake diary
Handwritten diaries and a typescript of these items. The entries go from 16 June 1907 to 26 Sept. 1908. Flake writes about his experiences as a missionary for the Mormon Church. He spent most of his time as a missionary working in Illinois.
Jesse C. Little letters received and pamphlets
Letters received, miscellaneous items, and pamphlets composed by Little. These materials largely deal with Little's activities in the mission field in the 1840's. Letters are from such prominent individuals as Brigham Young (1801-1877) and Thomas L. Kane.
James Adams Ollerton biography
Typescript of a biography of James Adams Ollerton, who was the first Mormon doctor on the staff at the largest hospital in Phoenix, Arizona.
Isaac A. Smoot papers
Typewritten diary, correspondence, certificates, scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, photographs, and tributes. The diary was kept from 1953 to 1957 while Smoot was serving as president of the Northern States Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The other materials relate to the function of the postal service in Utah and to LDS Church matters.
Hyrum S. Vance diary
Handwritten diary. Vance documents his daily activities while serving on a mission. There are many gaps in the record. A number of clippings of poetry and sayings have been glued into the diary. Vance spent part of his time working in the state of Illinois.