Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Southern States -- Diaries
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Contains print outs of three volumes of journals written by Reuben Hatch during his time in the Southern States Mission from 1896-1898. Print outs are taken from an M disc also contained in collection. Journals discuss personal observations of Reuben Hatch and work pertaining to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The Heber Kimball Maxham papers includes four photos of Heber Kimball Maxham and his family, typewritten records of the history of the Maxham family (along with genealogy records), and two volumes of Maxham's missionary experiences from 1908 to 1910. He includes stories about church meetings, blessings, illnesses, hardships, and conversions that he experienced while in the mission field in Alabama.
Contains the missionary journals of Elijah Thomas Jr. to the Northwestern States, LeRoy Arthur Palmer to the Southern States, and Elijah and Mary Ann Petersen Thomas to the Spanish-American Mission. Also contains transcriptions of the diaries. Materials date from 1907-2013.
Contains six diaries, fifteen letters, and three envelopes. Included are diaries concerning his mission in the Southern States for the Church of Jesus Chirsit of Latter-day Saints, and various mission-related correspondence.
Handwritten missionary journals and typescripts. The items describe Robison's experiences while serving in the Southern States Mission of the Mormon Church. In particular the journal relates information about the slaying of John H. Gibbs and William S. Berry, two Mormon missionaries in the mission; the subsequent investigation of the slayings by Robison and his mission president B.H. Roberts; as well as other stories of persecution towards Mormons.