Speeches, addresses, etc., American
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The business series contains correspondence and other papers from Richards' various legal cases, dating 1913-1958. It includes correspondence concerning Columbia University and with Ernest L. Wilkinson.
Typewritten copy of a dedicatory prayer made at Forest Dale by Smith. The prayer asks for protection of the structure and expresses hope in the faithfulness of the members.
Contains addresses given by Smoot and articles authored by him. Includes his words on political and other subjects. Also contains his election addresses. Pertains to reclamation projects, prohibition, history, and religion. Newspaper articles address Smoot's life and success as a Senator. Dated 1883-1941.
The collection consists of papers regarding the life of Preston D. Richards. The collection has correspondence, newspaper clippings, certificates, photographs and other papers. It specifically deals with his life in terms of his business, church, and personal relations. The collection dates 1894-1970.
Typed copy of a speech given by Smith on 20 Dec. 1914 at Brigham City, Utah. Smith speaks about the immaculate conception of Jesus Christ. Smith states that Mary was the physical mother of Jesus and that God was the physical father.