Latter Day Saints -- Social Life and Customs
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
These are research materials used by Susan Easton Black in an academic capacity. She collected these materials in circa 1988 to research the history of the early saints of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They consist of geneological records, church ordinance records, family lists, and biographical notes pertaining to church history.
Photocopy of typescript. Although intended to be a biographical sketch of Lois Bushman, manuscript includes a great deal of information about her husband, John, and the author as well. Covers the conversion of Lois's family to the Mormon Church in 1844; their trek across the plains to Utah; their subsequent move to establish Mormon settlements in eastern Arizona in 1876; and life on the Utah and Arizona frontier.
Typescript of an address Tanner gave at the Mormon History Association at SUU in Cedar City, Utah, on 17 May 2001. Tanner talked about the how William Shakespeare's works have had great importance for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Contains the personal diaries of Ruth Blanche Hatch Woodland, as well as other booklets, and letters from the Booklore Club Ruth belonged to. Diary entries and other material describes the basic day to day activities of Ruth between 1904 and 1982.