Latter Day Saints -- Idaho -- History
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of papers regarding McOmber's career both as a seminary and institute teacher, and as a politician, such as letters, photographs, and programs. There are also papers from the time he served as temple president, such as sealing records, and in the stake presidency. Dated 1954-1980.
Photocopy of a typescript of a diary and an autobiography. Clark's diary covers the years from 1855 to 1857 when Clark served as a missionary to the Indians in the Salmon River Mission. Clark's autbiography tells about his life in Logan and Clarkston, Utah, and his contacts with Indians.
Genealogies, correspondence, histories, biographies, and miscellaneous items. Also included is a 430-page, typed book with handwritten corrections by Cleo Grigg Johnson entitled: "Five Generations of Mormonism: a Grigg family genealogy embracing the Ancestry, Life and Descendants of Dr. Anderson Irvin Grigg." The materials relate to the Grigg family of Utah and Idaho.
Handwritten diaries, autobiographies, and a ledger. Also included are typescripts of some of the items. Holm writes about his life in Idaho, his mission for the Mormon Church in the Western States, his excommunication from the Mormon Church over a dissagreement on polygamy, and his family. With the materials are diaries of Holm's wife Victorina Holm in Sweden.
Collection includes handwritten and typewritten research notes, articles, genealogies, diaries, and biographies. Also included is Homer family correspondence. The family members lived in Utah, Wyoming, and Montana. The notes relate to Homer's research on Martin Harris (1783-1875). Also included is a diary Homer's father, William Harrison Homer, Sr., kept while he was on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in England from 1867 to 1868.
Photocopy of a handwritten autobiography and family genealogy. Hutchinson was born and raised in Florida, remembers seeing the veterans of the American Civil War return, talks about her married life, and writes her move to Utah and later to Idaho.
Photocopies of handwritten and typewritten court records. The items document court cases against Mormons in Idaho. Most of these materials deal with how the Idaho court system treated Mormons in relation to their beliefs on polygamy and on other Mormon Church related doctrines and practices.