Mormon women -- Correspondence
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letters addressed to Bicknell's daughter, Jane Adeline Bicknell Young. Calvin Bicknell writes largely about family matters and states that he has never joined the Mormon Church. Jane was married to Joseph Young, a Mormon Church leader.
Handwritten and signed letters from Harriet Silver Dunn addressed mainly to her family in Vermont. Also included are two items signed both by Harriet and by her husband Simeon Dunn, two letters written by Oscar H. Silver, and miscellaneous missives.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated October 19, 1877, written in Salt Lake City, Utah, and addressed to Brigham Young, second president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Gardiner writes that she has prayed and received a dream. She desires to be sealed to a good man.
Speech given by Mary E. Lightner on July 24, 1889. The speech addresses her own persecutions as an early Latter-day Saint as well as the general trials and tribulations of all early Latter-Day Saints.
Typewritten autobiography as told through letters written by Mayland during World War II. Most of these items were written to family members. She was stationed in Missouri and Texas during the war. She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Jun. 1943 and married Lawrence Mayland on 22 Sept. 1945.
Contains letters to and from Hawkins dating from between 1986 and 1998. These letters include holiday and celebratory cards, as well as letters documenting her missionary service in Puerto Rico.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated 5 Feb. 1873, and addressed to Brigham Young, second president of the Mormon Church. Reynolds writes about his concerns for the state of the Salt Lake Theatre.
Photocopies of two handwritten and signed letters addressed to Margaret P. Young. The items are a birthday greeting from Snow and his wife, Minnie Jensen Snow, and a call for Young to work in the Salt Lake Temple of the Mormon Church.