Latter Day Saints -- Arizona -- Snowflake -- History
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, histories, poems, essays, speeches, newspaper clippings, notes, book drafts, articles, minutes, certificates, awards, diplomas, and miscellaneous items. The materials relate to the life, career, and interests of Fish and document much of the life of the Mormon community in Arizona.
Describes his educational experiences as a student, including elementary and high school in Snowflake, Arizona, beginning in 1927; Gila Junior College, 1938; Brigham Young University, 1940; Iowa State College (later university), 1942; and the University of Chicago, 1942. He mentions, by name, several teachers who made a positive difference in his life.
Autobiography, diary, correspondence, genealogies, patriarchal blessings, certificates, and miscellaneous items. Smith was the president of the Scandinavian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1862 to 1864 and an early settler in Salt Lake City and in Parowan, Utah and in Snowflake, Arizona.
Bound autobiography and "Book of Remembrance" which includes family genealogies. Smith writes about his life in Snowflake, Arizona, his banking career, his family, missionary experiences, and relationships with his plural wives.