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John Brown letter

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 3174
Scope and Contents One letter (3 pages), dated 17 April 1845, written from Nauvoo, Illinois, by John Brown to his wife, Elizabeth Crosby Brown, who was residing in Athens, Monroe County, Mississippi. The letter informs his wife that he is working on the Nauvoo temple and has been instructed by Brigham Young to stay there and work on it through the fall and winter as well. He says that Brigham Young has declared that a woman cannot perform work for deceased men in the temple but only for women. He wishes her to be...
Dates: 1845 April 17

Sharon Bruneel collection on Camiel Bruneel

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8832
Scope and Contents Includes a map of Belgium, a family tree of Franklin Camiel Bruneel's family, letters written by Camiel Bruneel to Leiza (presumably a nickname for his wife Lydie), and typed transcriptions of these letters, and the book "As Ever Yours CB" written by Sharon Bruneel about Camiel's life experience moving from Belgium to Idaho. Materials dated approximately 1930-2006.
Dates: approximately 1930-2006

Gilbert L. Seybold letter

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 8164
Dates: 1865

A. O. Smoot letters

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 3175
Scope and Contents One letter written from the Salt Lake City Mayor's Office, from Abraham O. Smoot to Brigham Young. Smoot informs President Young that despite being nominated for Mayor of Salt Lake City, he prefers to decline. He had already served for 9 years in that capacity. Also, a letter from Margaret T. Smoot, one of Abraham O. Smoot's wives, to a person whose identity has not been determined. The letter is four pages long, with Margaret's signature following the first three pages. The last page looks...
Dates: 1866-1872

Whitmer family papers and photographs

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 3198
Scope and Contents Three items, as follows: 1) Civil War letter dated 13 September 1864, "Camp near St. Joseph, Missouri," written from A. [Alexander] Whitmer to his father, John. 1 pg. writes that one boy has been discharged and that some of the boys are homesick; 2) Printed program for the "Sunday School and Religion Convention of the Far West District." St. Joseph, Missouri, Jan. 16-17, 1915; 3) Prints of 26 digitally scanned photographs relating to the Whitmer family. Most are unidentified except for a few...
Dates: 1864-1915

Marzetta Stevens Willardson papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 1605
Scope and Contents Handwritten, typed, and photocopied personal papers of Marzetta Willardson. The collection includes poems, essays, and short stories in rough and finished forms as well as correspondence and other assorted materials.
Dates: 1968-1979