Latter Day Saint missionaries
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of an account covering 1870-1879 of Lake's Latter-day Saint church mission to England and his leadership of a new Mormon settlement in Arizona. Appended is the "Last Address" by Joseph Smith.
Materials include photographs, letters, and documents related to Charles J. Langston's mission to Tonga from 1916 to 1918 and his death in Tonga in 1918. There is a letter to the family from the First Presidency and signed by Heber J. Grant, a photograph of Langston's tombstone in Tonga taken in 2002, letters from his mission president, and a letter home written by Langston himself. Dated 1916-2002.
The collection contains the papers of Alof Pratt and Margaret Smith Larson, residents of Snowflake, Lakeside, Phoenix, and Taylor, Arizona. Includes correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, school notes, items from the Taylor Cash Store, legal papers, missionary notes and journals, family history research and stories, and notes from Alof's various careers and church service. Materials are dated 1900-1973.
Leatherbound handwritten journal of a Mormon missionary in the Southern States including Georgia and Tennessee. There is a handwritten copy of Jesse Lefevre's patriarchal blessing at the end of the journal.
Handwritten and typed correspondence between members of the McDonald Family. The items are primarily concerned with personal and family matters including letters home by members of the family serving missions for the Mormon Church.