Doctrine and Covenants -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Notes on early foundations of Mormonism
Sidney B. Sperry correspondence, 1945-1954
Contains correspondence with his family, students, Church notables and fellow scholars, senators, Ernest Wilkinson, and others.
Sidney B. Sperry correspondence, family history, students papers, finances, 1938-1960
Contains correspondence with members of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (RLDS), including president Israel A. Smith, F. Henry Edwards, and C. J. Hunt. Materials date from 1938 to 1960)
Sidney B. Sperry family papers, approximately 1921-1971
Contains Sperry family genealogy, pedigree chart, notes, list of family members and addresses, and published manuscript on the Sperry family in New England; typescript of the funeral services of Sperry's mother, Josephine Titcomb Sperry, and notice of hearing concerning her estate; and photographs of family, friends, and associates.
Sidney B. Sperry financial records, 1943-1964
Sidney B. Sperry financial records and memorabilia, 1936-1961
Sidney B. Sperry greeting cards, 1955-1971
Contains cards and correspondence from senators, Church notables, Church-college presidents and professors, American Schools of Oriental Research, and others. Dated 1955 to 1971.
Sidney B. Sperry papers on civic activities, 1938-1968
Sidney B. Sperry patriarchal blessings and other material, 1940-1971
Contains patriarchal blessings, sermons, Utah Stake High Priest Quorum papers, inspirational articles, books, and anecdotes. Includes blessing typescripts, a funeral address, documents regarding efforts to improve enforcement of Provo's moral statutes, typed manuscripts of works by Leah B. Lyman, clippings from the Liahona, and assorted other articles and anecdotes.
Sidney B. Sperry personal papers, 1921-1944
Contains biographical sketches from Who's Who in America and the Directory of American Scholars, statement of military service, and incomplete list of publications. General correspondence, including mission items, scripture discussion, and communication with Church scholars and notables, his family, and others.