Mormons -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- Correspondence
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten letters dated 1888 and 1894. One of the letters is addressed to John M. Cannon. Angus refers a woman to John saying she desired a divorce. In the other item Angus thanks a friend for his kind words and support in the Mormon Church.
Handwritten and typed letters received by John M. Cannon. The items are from various business associates and family members. Two of the letters are from "Aunt Johanna." The aunt writes about funeral expenses for her parents and about some past misunderstandings relating to finances.
Handwritten letters written from Nauvoo, Illinois; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Willard, Utah. Most of them were written by Mary Ann Robinson Dudley and deal largely with family matters. Dated 1844-1897.
Contains two photocopies of handwritten letters. These letters were written in Hancock County, Illinois. Frost writes to family members, Mary and Joseph Rawlins, in Salt Lake City, Utah. She discusses religious issues, family matters, and local matters.
Typewritten and signed letter dated 19 Nov. 1910 and addressed to Joseph E. Wilson, of the Ladies' Tailoring College in Salt Lake City, Utah. Harper sends President Roosevelt's thanks for the letter received from Wilson. Harper writes that the president was unable to answer Wilson personally due to the large amount of letters received by him.
Photocopies of handwritten letters. The materials were addressed to James' son, Daniel MacKintosh in Salt Lake City, Utah. The items were authored by James and his brother, J. MacKintosh. Each of the letters was written in Scotland. The MacKintosh brothers write to Daniel with the intention of showing him the errors in the Mormon religion and to discuss how children should be raised.
Diaries and correspondence. Hyrum's correspondence is between family members and church leaders including his father, who was serving as a mission president in Canada, and Frederick Madison Smith (1874-1946), historian for the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Photocopy of a typewritten and signed letter dated January 5, 1923 and written in Salt Lake City, Utah. The item is addressed to Smith's son in Lofgreen, Utah. Smith writes about the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and about David Hyrum Smith, one of its prominent leaders.