Found in 5259 Collections and/or Records:
"A Painter of the West," by Charles de Kay, Harper's Weekly, January 8, 1910. Photocopied newsclipping, 4 pages.
A Yucatecan grammar translated from the Spanish into Maya and abridged for the instruction of the native indians / by the Rev. J. Ruz of Merida ; translated from the Maya into English by John Kingdon, Baptist Missionary, Belize, Honduras, 1847
Contains a copy of a self-published book, "Abraham Day III," as well as shorter biographies of Abraham, family correspondence and writings, research photocopies, family group records for Abraham and wife Elmira Buckley (or Bulkley) Day, and a biography of Elmira. Materials dated 1936 to 1998.
Contains excerpts from the daily journal of Abraham H. Cannon. Materials are transcripts and photocopies of original journals. Includes experiences from his mission in England, Germany, and Switzerland, as well as details from his time serving as a president of a Quorum of the Seventy and in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Dated 1881-1895.
Contains a glossy reproduced photo and biographies of Abraham Hunsaker (with handwritten draft and history of Honeyville), photo pedigree chart, diary transcription, photocopy excerpt from "History of Abraham Hunsaker and His Family," and name index copy; as well as biography of Eliza Collins and family group record for Eliza and Abraham. Materials dated from some time after 1964 to 1997.