Latter Day Saint missionaries
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains a digital copy of the missionary journals of Daniel Jeddiah Hammon, Sr, created by the Crossley family, and two copies of The Old Pioneer Cemetery of Green Plains, Illinois, written by Kenneth V. Crossley. These materials pertain to Kenneth Crossley's pioneer ancestors.
Daniel H. Ludlow papers on Questions from Missionaries and Answers from Mission Presidents, date of production not identified
Contains questions from missionaries and answers to those questions by mission presidents as compiled by Victor and Daniel Ludlow. Date of production not identified.
This series contains records from before and during David Dalton's mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Also includes class notes, Masters theses, Doctoral studies, and other materials from his time at the Eastman School of Music, Southwestern College, BYU-Idaho, Mobile Symphony and University of South Alabama String Quartet, and Indiana University, 1954-1970.
Collection of stories told amongst missionaries about encounters with evil spirits and the devil they have while serving their mission. Includes stories of breaking rules and having evil spirits manifest themselves as a result. Project was created for Utah State University's English 459 course in the spring quarter 1984.
Includes photo albums, scrapbooks, newspapers, and pamphlets from Fetzer's missionary service in Germany between 1933 and 1936, as well as correspondence and other materials from the Fetzers's activities. Also includes the autobiography of Naomi Elizabeth Steenblik Fetzer.