Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
File includes an emailed copy of James Franklin Brooksby's obituary, a brief military autobiography, and a brief history of the 379th Bombardment Group. There is also a map of Europe showing his 35 flight missions during the war. Dated before August 2, 2014.
Contains papers related to Steele's service in military, including the Mormon Battalion and Nauvoo Legion in Utah. Includes materials about Steele seeking an increase in his pension for his service in the Mormon Battalion and subsequent injuries suffered there. Also includes several orders that Steele received as Major in the Nauvoo Legion during the Indian Conflict in southern Utah in 1868-1870. These were collected and transcribed by Cathren Steele Riding in 1936.
Typescript of a blessing Calvin Smith received from his father, Joseph F. Smith, prior to leaving for service as chaplain during World War I. Others participating in the blessing include Anthon H. Lund, Charles W. Penrose, George Albert Smith, Patriarch Hyrum Gibbs Smith, and Bishop Charles W. Nibley. Dated February 8, 1918.
Materials include personal account of the life of Keith T. Stephens from years 1940-1955. He discusses his service in the U.S. Army during World War II. Dated September 9, 2002.
Miscellaneous siged handwritten and printed documents. The papers chronicle the history of the Lane family of Bedford, Massachusetts. Documents include the wills of James Lane, military orders from the British authorities in Boston, and numerous property deeds and letters.
Photocopy of a printed general order from Missouri Governor Boggs stating that funds were appropriated to pay one-half of the salary for Volunteers and Militia who were in service in 1837 and 1838. Some however would not be paid. Also signed by B. M. Lisle, Adjutant General. According to the original, this was folded up in the form of a letter and sent to Joseph Hawkins, in Gasconade County, Missouri. Dated June 25, 1839.