Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
20 photocopied leaves of a typewritten manuscript by Arola McDonald about the Gerhard Jensen family. Gerhard Jensen was a Mormon pioneer who came to the Salt Lake Valley, Utah; a polygamist; and colonist in Brigham City, Utah.
Collection contains journals and family histories of members of the Jensen family, dating from between 1898 to 1988. Most of the diaries deal with missionary service for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Also includes information on family life in Idaho and genealogy.
Collection includes photographs and a relief print. Images includes Church-related items, Jensen family members, and a single movie still. Jensen family members portrayed include Evan Jensen, Beth Jensen, Douglas Jensen, and Lawrence Tibbert. The block print reads "Relief Society General Conference 1948". Materials dated approximately 1931 to 1960s.
Contains two biographies, compiled by Jenson, about her parents, Ralph W. Jenson and Helen Harris Jenson. The volumes discuss their lives and heritage. Materials date from between 1984 and 2000.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typescript. The manuscript is a history of the early settling of southern Idaho and northern Utah. Most of the early settlers were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Also included are biographies of the author's ancestors including David Jensen. David and his wife, Serena Peterson joined the Mormon Church in 1862 in Denmark. They came to Utah in 1863.
Typewritten autobiography, photocopied newspaper articles, pedigree charts, and family photographs. Rogers discusses her children and their school and church activities in Queensland, Australia. She explains how conversion to the Mormon Church has caused changes in the family's lifestyle.