Found in 1102 Collections and/or Records:
W. D. Abernith letter
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 2 July 1841, and addressed to David W. Catlin of Connecticut. Abernith writes about an "anti-Mormon" political convention being held in Carthage, Illinois.
John Adams letter
Photocopy of a handwritten and signed letter. Adams states that a Mr. Young "from Mendon" has been hired to do some work for him. It is unclear if the John Adams in the letter is the same John Adams (1786-1856) who wrote a legal history of New York State. The "Mr. Young" may have been Brigham Young (1801-1877), second president of the Mormon Church. The date of the item is also uncertain.
Oscar Fay Adams letter
Handwritten letter dated October 29, 1907 and addressed to "Mr. Clement." The item was written in Boston, Massachusetts. Adams writes that he will be sending Clement a book of verse.
Thomas Adams papers
Holographs and printed material. Contains a journal of Adams' mission to Great Britain, 1895-1897, including newspaper clippings about Mormonism in Ireland, and records of his correspondence and missionary work. Also included are a letter changing his mission call to Great Britain, 1895, genealogical data, and family histories of his father's family, William Adams.
William Ajax letter to William Lewis
Materials include a photocopied letter from William Ajax (Centre, Utah) to William Lewis (Aberdare, Wales), dated March 18, 1893. Ajax writes about Wales, Utah, and the building of the Salt Lake City temple. He says that the fine quality masonry has been built by Welshmen. He also talks about his education, current interests, describes his emmigration from Wales to Utah, and discusses his opinions about Mormonism and religion. Dated March 18, 1893.
Louisa May Alcott papers
James C. Alden letters
Three letters from John C. Alden to his wife, written during the Civil War, 1863.
John Alder letter
Handwritten letter dated 26 Aug. 1888, addressed to a P. Carpenter, and written in Manti, Utah. Alder thanks Carpenter for his recent work in the Manti Temple of the Mormon Church.
Allen family papers
Handwritten and printed correspondence, certificates, deeds, postcards, family histories, and miscellaneous items. The materials document the private and legal activities of the Allen family.