Bryant W. Rossiter papers on Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, approximately 1961-1983
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Contains materials from Rossiter's service as president of the Palmyra New York District, president of the Cumorah Stake, and as a regional representative. Materials include correspondence, meeting notes, talks, and so forth relating to stake conferences, the Connecticut Hartford Mission, the Hartford Regional Council, the Cumorah Regional Council, single adults, athletics, the Toronto Temple, Regional Welfare plans, correspondence with General Authorities, and other various topics. Dated approximately 1961-1983.
- approximately 1961-1983
- Rossiter, Bryant W., 1931- (creator, Person)
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Bryant W. Rossiter (1931- ) was a Mormon researcher and ecclesiastical leader.
Bryant W. Rossiter was director of research at Eastman Kodak and was very active in international scientific organizations. He was Kodak's International Man of Goodwill. Later in life he traveled around speaking at conferences on chemistry and international food problems, including one in the Netherlands where four former recipients of the Nobel Prize spoke and the royal family attended.
He is a convert to the Church and was made district president of the Palmyra New York district almost immediately after his baptism. He served as the first stake president of the new Cumorah Stake and later as a regional representative.
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