Hawaii -- History
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Notes, articles and correspondence related to Walter Murray Gibson, collected by Gwynn W. Barrett from 1958-1968.
Consists of personal correspondence between Francis Asbury Hammond and various members of his family (son Samuel Smith Hammond, wife Martha Jensina Marcussan Hammond, daughter Amelia May Hammond Allred, son John Howard Hammond, and others) or friends, or between other Asbury family members and their siblings or friends, etc. Includes miscellaneous envelopes, portions of unsigned letters, newspapers, ads, etc. Dated 1865-1937.
Handwritten diaries and teaching notes. Giles writes about his daily activities in Provo, Utah; his two missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii (1890-1897 and 1905-1907); his work at a lime kiln; his work on a railroad; and his teaching of Sunday School for the Church.
Photocopy of a typescript of an autobiography and a diary. Hurst writes about his early life and his conversion to the Mormon Church. He kept his diary from 1855 to 1860 and from 1867 to 1877. Hurst tells about his service as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Hawaii and about his life in Logan, Utah.
Photoreduction of a typewritten book manuscript. The item lists the various places, districts, counties, and islands of Hawaii.