Latter Day Saints -- Arizona
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopy of typescript. Although intended to be a biographical sketch of Lois Bushman, manuscript includes a great deal of information about her husband, John, and the author as well. Covers the conversion of Lois's family to the Mormon Church in 1844; their trek across the plains to Utah; their subsequent move to establish Mormon settlements in eastern Arizona in 1876; and life on the Utah and Arizona frontier.
Contains personal papers of Julian William Cummings papers. Includes documents of his second wife, such as Relief Society newsletters and her own correspondence. Also includes his own collected religious material, like scriptures and recorded statements by religious people. Contains a newspaper article on his life, scrapbooks with photographs from his youth into his adulthood, and other articles. Dated 1900-2007.
Contains pictures from the life of Laura L. Walker in Arizona. Includes family photographs from childhood, engagement pictures, with her family at a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and current pictures with her children. Dated 1980-2016.
Typescripts (some duplicated). The collection includes autobiographical sketch of William C. McClellan, member of the Mormon Battalion and of the Nauvoo Legion in Utah Valley, Utah, a biographical sketch of his wife, Almeda D. McClellan by Zitelle M. Snarr, and an autobiography of their son David A. McClellan Sr. which includes details of life in the Mormon colonies in Mexico and Arizona.