Missions and Missionaries
Found in 1160 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten correspondence, newspaper clippings, playbills, and research papers written while Winterton was in college. The correspondence is between Winterton and his son Brad while Brad was serving on a mission for the Mormon Church in Spain during the early 1980s. The other materials relate to family matters.
Photocopies of a handwritten diary, a chronology of the history of Great Britain, and genealogies of the Winterton family. The diary was kept weekly by Winterton in 1855 when he was serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Nottingham, England.
Collection contains transcriptions pertaining to the life of Walter M. Wolfe. Material includes a transcription of his diary about life in Mexico as a missionary and explorer dated 1900 to 1901. It also includes copies of the congressional transcript of Wolfe's testimony from the Reed Smoot United States Senate hearing in 1906. Dated 1900-1906.
Contains correspondence, photographs, and a journal of Ether Wolfley. These items are all from the time that Ether spent as an LDS missionary in the Southern States mission. The photographs show Ether and a few of his friends from the mission. There are letters and papers pertaining to his assignments as a missionary. The journal spans the years he served.
Typewritten and handwritten autobiography, genealogy, letters from family members, and a Patriarchal blessing given by the Mormon patriarch Joseph Smith, Sr. in 1836. Wood relates childhood experiences in Piute County, Utah, and Kimberly, Idaho. She details her missions for the Mormon Church to St. Joseph, Missouri, in 1912 and to London, England, in 1946. She discusses her family, pioneering experiences, and her Mormon Church related activities.