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Contains books, records, diaries, correspondence, and other documents from Joseph Facer's life, dealing mainly with his service in the LDS Church. Also contains Hill and Richards family books and a detailed history on the John Kenny and Agnes Hill Richards families and the Alexander Hill and Elizabeth Currie Hill families(the grandparents and great-grandparents of Emma Richards Facer, Joseph's wife).
Book purchased in March 1897 in Chattanooga, Tennessee by Joseph Facer while he served in the Southern States Mission. The book is annotated and inside are a bookmark (an outline of the Relief Society Book of Mormon reading course), the missionary card of Elder Ernest Bradshaw (listing the Articles of Faith on the back) and a few small pieces of lined paper with notes written on them in pencil.
Song book was carried by Joseph Facer on his Southern States Mission (1897-1899). This book is annotated with a list of sixteen hymns and their page numbers inside the front cover and a few notes inside. On the title page is written "Mrs J. Elmer Facer."
Ready references, a compilation of scripture texts, arranged in subjective order, with numerous annotations from eminent writers, designed especially for the use of missionaries and scripture students, 1891
Includes Elder Facer's call to the Southern States Mission from President Wilford Woodruff (dated January 12, 1897) and a letter of counsel and instruction from the office of the Southern States Mission, signed by Elias S. Kimball, to the presidents of conferences and traveling elders (dated March 25, 1896).
Report by Martin S. Lindsay of the blessing given to Elder Joseph Facer on March 17, 1897 by Apostle George Teasdale in the Salt Lake Temple Annex to set Joseph apart for his mission and ordain him a member of the Seventy.
Certificates recognizing Joseph Facer's ordination as elder and membership in the seventy and call to missionary service. The certificate honoring his call to missionary service is signed with mimeographed signatures of Wilford Woodruff, George Q. Cannon, and Joseph F. Smith. The certificates are dated March 17, 1897.
In this small log book Joseph Facer recorded the missionary activities of him and his companions in the Southern States Mission from 1897 to 1899. A transcript of the item is included.