William Riley Hurst diary, 1995 May-June
Scope and Contents
William expresses his love for his wife. He writes of his increasing physical pain and limitations. He gives a talk in church. His son Grant becomes a bishop. William bears his testimony. He writes about Utah being chosen to host the 2002 Winter Olympics. William's medications have some unpleasant mental side effects. He reaches a point where he can no longer write.
- 1995 May-June
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1 volume (304 pages) ; 32 cm