Latter Day Saint missionaries -- England -- Photographs
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of 91 photographs gathered by Allen. Includes photographs by R. H. Carling, W. Stocks, Warren, Photo SO. Shields, S. & D. Jack, Columbia, N. S. Seaward, Leo. Legge, Western, John A. Kraus, Rotary, R. Johnston and Son, Auty, T. Taylor, Whyte and Sons, Northern Photo Co., Toynter, Gales Studio, K. J. Hey, Davidson Brothers, Thirlivell, Paterson, Ronald's Studio, Chase, W. H. Elliott, Kenworthy, Miss Wright.
Contains Smith's letters to his wife Amelia, including letters from their courtship (November 1902-April 1903) and during his missionary service in England (April 1905-April 1907). Most of the letters are written from his missionary residence in London; others are written while on tour with his father, President Joseph F. Smith, between August and September 1906. Original enclosures are included. Dated November 17, 1902 - April 15, 1907.
Photographs of missionaries in England collected by Thomas Beverley.
Contains one photograph of the missionaries attending a conference in Bradford, England in the British Mission. The photograph features twenty-four missionaries, and is labeled with their names.
Contains a postcard photograph with the note, "Representatives of the B.Y.U. laboring in the British Mission at Elders Convention in London Sept. (9 -11)- 13 held at Deseret." George Finlay Macdonald (who is pictured second from the right, back row) served in the London Conference from 1913 to 1915. Materials dated approximately 1913.
Collection includes 115 photographs of Mormon missionaries, taken in various missions around the world between the 1900s and the 1910s. Includes photographs of the Southern States Mission, the British Mission, the Dutch Mission, the Eastern States Mission, as well as from the Netherlands, New Zealand, Hawaii, Alabama, California, Florida, Indiana, and Vermont.
One missionary journal written by Arthur N. Taylor while serving in England between October 19, 1900, and February 25, 1901. Also one photo album containing 52 photographs from Arthur N. Taylor's mission in England of groups of people and buildings.