Mormon missionaries -- New Zealand
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of an interview taken from the included cassette sound tapes. The interview was conducted by Jennie Groberg in 1964 and 1965. Holbrook talks about his ancestors, and his wife, Alsina Elizabeth Brimhall (1876-1960), whom he met at Brigham Young University and married in 1901. He talks about his education, his children, his occupations, and his missionary experiences with the Maori people of New Zealand.
Contains 17 volumes of journals kept by Sorenson from 1879 to 1908. Includes information about his service in the Australasian Mission in New Zealand and Australia from 1879 to 1881, and in the Scandanavian Mission in Denmark and Sweden in 1887-1889.
Contains four volumes of records created by Sorenson. Includes a brief history of his life, genealogical records, temple records, and a financial ledger. Also includes a handwritten transcription of book on the teachings of Jesus Christ that came from Nauvoo, Illinois in the 1840s, and a handwritten report from Sorenson's mission to Scandinavia in the 1880s.
Diaries, photographs, and other papers of Margaret Greer Nuttall and her husband, William A. Nuttall. Includes autobiographical sketch of Margaret and papers relating to her activities as a student at Brigham Young Academy.
Includes photographs of Maori members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Because of their unique nature, annotations have been included.