Mormons -- Utah
Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
Contains papers related to the ancestry of Julian William Cummings. Includes journals from his father and grandfather from missions of other experiences, as well as bound booklets on other ancestors in his family. Dated 1905-1997.
Photocopies of microfilm copies of printed and handwritten materials. The collection consists of financial records relating to Knight's business activities. They include checks, lists of boards of dirctors for various companies, and receipts. The bulk of the materials date from the 1890s to the 1920s.
The subseries contains the contributions of Clinton F. Larson to La Poesie Contemporaine Aux Etats-Unis.
The Clinton F. Larson collection contains materials mostly related to Clinton's life as an author. Other notable inclusions are audio-visual materials, correspondence, biographical files, student theses, scrapbooks, photographs, and his personal library.
Typed family newsletter of the Leavitt family. Most of the members of the family are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and they have connections to southern Utah (St. George area) and southern Nevada (Bunkerville area). The materials deal with family news and the attempts of distant cousins to keep in touch with each other. These items were originally sent to Lorna Jane Miles Winkler of Orem, Utah.
Typed family newsletters of the Leavitt family. Most of the persons in the family are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and they have connections to southern Utah (St. George area) and southern Nevada (Bunkerville area). The materials deal with family news and the attempts of distant cousins to keep in touch with each other. The newsletters include photographs of Michael Leavitt, governor of the state of Utah.
Materials include eight postcards from Albert Leffingwell that were sent to his wife, Mary C. Leffingwell, from November 9, 1880, to February 25, 1881 during a research trip through Salt Lake City and Ogden, Utah, and San Francisco, California. The postcards include messages about his dealings with Mormonism in Utah. Albert also mentions an article he wrote about Mormonism in the "Chicago Times." Dated 1880-1881.
The Robert Stacy Lindsay and Alice M. Edwards Lindsay journals and family papers consist of the journals, ledgers, papers and photographs of Robert S. Lindsay from 1890 to 1948 and one journal from Alice M. Lindsay from 1932 to 1933.