Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Canada
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Contains journals, scrapbooks, and papers from Paul Willes and Beth Dixon Cheney's Latter-day Saint missions to the Canada Winnipeg, Canada Halifax, Taiwan Taipei Temple, and Salt Lake Family History Missions. Dated 1975-1997.
Materials include 73 photographs of Latter-day Saint missionaries between 1950 and 1952 and a newspaper clipping on Latter-day Saint missionaries. The missionaries have written notes to Lee T. Cox on the back of their photographs. 72 of the photographs are from the Canadian Mission. There is also a photocopy of a newspaper clipping of a Canadian Latter-day Saint basketball team.
Photocopy of a handwritten diary which describes Richard Fry's experience as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Canada and England (1884-1885). Also included is an account of his life as a sheriff of Morgan County, Utah and his subsequent political career.
Collection consists of letters to and from Samuel Russell, covering topics of family matters, missionary work, and travel. Two documents mention Civil War events. Also includes a tribute to Russell's sister Isabella M. Johnson upon her funeral, and a receipt for rent and provisions. Materials dated 1843 to 1928.
The personal papers of Fidella Flint Laird and Charles R. Snelgrove, including correspondence and scrapbooks, crica 1926-1976.