Latter Day Saint churches -- Presidents -- Autographs
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Printed form with handwritten notations. The item is dated 11 March 1851 and signed by Almon W. Babbitt and Brigham Young, second president of the Mormon Church. W. S. S. Willis is appointed as captain of Company B, Battalion of Infantry in Lehi, Utah.
The folder contains a printed and signed business card from 1884. The item authorizes the transmission of messages relating to the business of the Mormon Church. The item was signed by John Taylor, third president of the Mormon Church.
Handwritten and signed letters. Two are dated 19 Dec. 1894 and one is dated 20 Dec. 1894. William H. Seegmiller, Rebecca Standring, and Joseph F. Smith, later president of the Mormon Church, decline invitations to attend a reunion of workers on the Manti Temple.
Christmas cards glued into a scrapbook. There are about a hundred of these items in the book. These cards were received by Pardoe from 1959 to 1961 and were signed by various friends and associates including David O. McKay, president of the Mormon Church, and J. Reuben Clark, an Apostle in the Mormon Church.
Handwritten indenture. The item provides for a transfer of property from Joseph and his wife, Emma Smith, to Wilson Law. The item was signed by Joseph Smith, Willard Richards, and Samuel H. Smith.
Photocopy of a handwritten and printed certificate stating that Lorenzo Snow was made the second president of the Saltair Beach Company. The item was signed by Lorenzo Snow and L. John Nutall, a notary public.
Photocopies of typed and signed promissory notes dated October 1895 and March 1898. The notes are directed to the Commercial National Bank of Salt Lake City, Utah, and to Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Company. The items were signed by prominent Mormon Church officials including apostles and presidents of that religion.
Handwritten subscription certificate signed by nine persons and two corporations and dated 3 March 1866. The item was signed by Brigham Young, second president of the Mormon Church, and Heber C. Kimball, an apostle in the same faith.