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Burton K. and Mabel Pearce Farnsworth papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2282
Scope and Contents Papers reflect Burton Farnsworth's activities as Director of Secondary Education for the state of Utah, 1934-1945, and as a member of the presidency and general board of the YMMIA, while George Q. Morris served as president. Includes photocopied diary of Farnsworth written during his mission to Samoa, 1911-1914; volume includes post-mission entries by his wife, Mabel Pearce Farnsworth. Also includes photocopied diary of Mabel Pearce Farnsworth, 1910-1913, reflecting her activities in...
Dates: 1910-1945

Abinadi Olsen papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 1454
Scope and Contents

Holographs with typescript copies. Collection includes journals written during Olsen's mission to Samoa, a manuscript titled "History of Abinadi Olsen" written in 1931 by Olsen and reprinted in 1974; an anecdote titled "A missionary experience"; and a letter by Rulon Killian.

Dates: 1895-1898; 1931

Alfred Kay and Louise A. Randall collection on Mormon missionaries in American Samoa

 Collection — Carton: 1
Identifier: MSS 8027
Scope and Contents

Contains materials related to missionary work in American Samoa. Includes instructional DVDs from the Church, Alfred Kay Randall’s mission journal from 1982-1983, books on the history of the Samoa Apia Mission and general Mormon missionary work in Samoa, booklets on the work of the Randalls, and CDs with videos on them. Dated 1982-2010.

Dates: 1982-2010

William Mark and Olivia Waddoups diaries

Identifier: MSS 8421
Scope and Contents

Contains the mission and personal journals of William Mark Waddoups and Olivia Waddoups from 1900 to 1958. Diaries discuss William Mark Waddoups' first mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Hawaii, and William and Olivia's missions together to Hawaii and to the Samoan Islands (which also encompassed New Zealand), and their service in the Salt Lake City Temple.

Dates: 1900-1958