Loyd Young articles and correspondence
Scope and Contents
Two articles and two letters. The items relate to an article published in the "Utah Historical Quarterly" in the Spring of 1974 by P. T. Reilly entitled "Kanab United Order: The President's Nephew and the Bishop." Young contends that the article was defamatory to his great-great uncle, John R. Young. The two letters are Loyd's complaint to the editors of the "Quarterly" and the reply by Glen M. Leonard. The two articles are by Loyd Young (29 leaves) and Howard D. Roberts (3 leaves) written in defense of John R. Young.
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Utah and the American West and LDS cultural, social, and religious history (20th century Western and Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy, 5.VII, 2007).
- Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
- Histories (Literary works)
- Kanab (Utah) -- History
- Latter Day Saints -- Utah -- Kanab
- Reilly, P. T. (Plez Talmadge), 1911-1996 -- Criticism and interpretation
- United orders (Latter Day Saint churches) -- Utah -- Kanab
- Young, John R., 1837-1931
- Register of Loyd Young articles and correspondence
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- 2010 July 28
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