Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- Correspondence
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten letter dated 1938 in which Adams states that she heard Martin Harris testify to the authenticity of the Book of Mormon in a speech given at the General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1870. Also included is a letter by Henry A. Orme in which he outlines the life of Charlotte Adams, his grandmother.
Contains handwritten and signed letters addressed to Evelyn's older sister, Leota Brady Winkler, who was living in Tooele, Utah, from 1972-2005. Evelyn wrote about family members and events.
Contains the personal papers of Marjorie Pay Hinckley, including letters to and from her husband, Gordon B. Hinckley, and other family members, photographs, talks, clippings, a high school yearbook, notebooks, and other ephemera. Also includes programs, condolences, clippings, and other documents about the memorials for both Marjorie Pay Hinckley and Gordon B. Hinckley. Materials dated 1911 to 2008.
The Anna Latimer correspondence, 1891, includes her incoming and outgoing letters of 1891. All letters are written from Salk Lake City, Utah, to Anna's husband Tom Latimer who was temporarily working in the mines of Idaho.
Handwritten correspondence, patriarchal blessings, poems, songs, and miscellaneous items. The bulk of the collection are letters between Smith and family members. The materials relate to family matters. Also included are letters from the Mormon apostle, George Albert Smith, to John L.Smith that deal with George's Mormon Church-related activities.
Contains a correspondence book belonging to Newton Tuttle. Includes courtship letters between Henry Bartholomew and Clara Tuttle. Also contains the missionary diaries of Henry Bartholomew to the Southern States and British missions. Includes financial documents, journals, address books, calling cards, and newspaper clippings belonging to the Tuttle family. Includes Clara Tuttle's patriarchal blessing. Also includes Garretty's Guide to Salt Lake City (circa 1890).
Handwritten and signed latter addressed to "My Very Dear Sister." Young writes of her problems with the costs relating to publication and mentions that women should have as many children as possible.