Latter Day Saint missionaries
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies of a handwritten journal which relates his experiences in the Swiss-German Mission and other European countries. Describes native lifestyle as well as his exposure to art, history, and culture. Describes his attendance at Prince Regent Leapold's funeral.
Missionary pamphlets of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, circa 1899-1981.
This collection includes seventy-six postcards with pictures of different Mormon missionaries from the Northern States Mission in 1919-1922. The postcards were written to Orville Stanley Cox who served his mission in the Northern States Mission.
Holographs with typescript copies. Collection includes journals written during Olsen's mission to Samoa, a manuscript titled "History of Abinadi Olsen" written in 1931 by Olsen and reprinted in 1974; an anecdote titled "A missionary experience"; and a letter by Rulon Killian.
Contains the papers from seven of Whitney's children, including correspondence, legal records, and personal papers dating from between 1843 and 1900. Materials document a range of family and personal activity, such as missionary service, colonization efforts, and business activities.