Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Holograph autobiography which tells of Cox's early life in Salt Lake City, Utah and her family history, Latter-day Saint Church activities, education and teaching career. She married Isaiah Cox as a plural wife in 1869 and moved later to Mexico, settling in the Mormon colonies. She left Mexico during the Revolution of 1912.
Collection includes daily accounts of his family, his church mission to England (vol. 2), the Utah War, persecutions concerning his practice of polygamy, his subsequent prison sentence, and his life in Colonia Dublán, Chihuahua, Mexico. Typescripts of the journals are also included in the collection.
Includes journals, an autobiography, family genealogy, biographical information, and correspondence and research information from Philip L. Walker. Describes Flygare's personal life, pioneer memories, missionary experiences, LDS Church activities, leadership activities in business and civic activities in Sweden and Utah.
The collection includes the missionary journals of Robert R. Gardner serving in Australia, 1907-1908, and of Neil S. Gardner serving in Canada, 1894-1896. Also a notebook of Robert R. Gardner containing historical quotes and references to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and polygamy.
Materials include general correspondence from Orson F. Whitney's associates in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including general authorities such as Joseph F. Smith, about his poetry, missions, and other endeavors. There is a certificate from Logan College certifying Whitney as a professor of theology and philosophy and an 1885 letter from Whitney to the editor of the Salt Lake Tribune. Dated 1881-1904.