Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Australia
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence, poetry, and other materials from the Groo family. Provides information on the personal and business activities of the family, as well as on Isaac Groo's missionary service in Australia. Materials date from between 1851 and 1906.
Contains materials pertaining to H. Bartley Heiner's mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Australia, as well as institute lessons, teachings, and history from Heiner's time as Institute director and teacher. Includes journals, lesson plans, correspondence, writings, and a book on Australia. Dated approximately 1896 to 1985, with the bulk between 1926 and 1928.
Contains correspondence, poetry, newspaper articles, an autobiography, and other materials related to Groo's life. Includes information on his missionary service in Australia, his work ranching, and his encarceration for practicing polygamy. Materials date from between 1864 and 1895.
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.
Collection contains materials relating to the lives of Thomas D. Rees and Florence T. Rees, especially their missionary service for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Australia. Includes four mission journals, photographs of family, friends, and missionaries, correspondence, typescripts of blessings, and certificates. Dates approximately 1904 to 1965.