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Describes missionary in Aintab, travel throughout Turkey doing missionary work. Entries date from between January 1, 1901 and December 31, 1901.
Describes missionary work, release and travel from Turkey to Alpine, mission in Sunshine, Utah (mining camp), teaching school in Alpine. Entries date from between January 1, 1902 and September 23, 1902.
Contains mission records; describes call to be president of Turkish Mission; traveling from Alpine to Aintab, Turkey; missionary work and mission affairs. Entries date from between August 1, 1903 and September 25, 1904.
Describes two tours through Turkish mission; dedicating Greece to the preaching of the gospel; letter from Samuel Varijhabedian. Entries date from between October 1, 1904 and February 12, 1906.
Contains mission records; describes work as president of Turkish Mission, mission affairs; figuring the curvature of the earth; traveling through mission. Entries date from between January 1, 1906 and September 30, 1908.
Describes work as mission president in Turkey; traveling through Palestine; release and journey back to Alpine; lecturing throughout Utah on Palestine and the Near East; storekeeper in Alpine; called as president of the Armenian (Turkish) Mission; "Form for Marriage Ceremony, with Preliminaries," written in Turkish and inserted in book. Entries dated from between October 1, 1908 and July 31, 1922, with break from April, 1910 to August 19, 1921.
Handwritten diaries and poems. These journals were kept from 1885 to 1928 when Booth was in Alpine, Utah, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, and in Turkey and Armenia as a missionary and as mission president.