Missions and Missionaries
Found in 1147 Collections and/or Records:
Bush family papers
This collection, containing letters, journals, newspaper articles, and other family correspondence, has been organized into folders by year, starting in 1846 and ending in 1960.
Dorothy Cox Bushnell papers
The Dorothy Cox Bushnell papers mainly consists of missionary diaries from Dorothy's mission to the California-Arizona Mission from 1924-1926.
Alma Butler diaries
Handwritten diaries. Butler writes about his daily activities while serving on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the new Northwestern States.
George H. Butler diary
Two copies of a photocopied and handwritten diary kept while Butler was serving as a missionary for the Mormon Church in England. Butler writes about his daily activities; the death of his brother William, who was also serving on a mission to England at the same time; and his proposal to Rosanna Clack and subsequent marriage to her.
Henry Harvey Butler diary
This collection consists of photocopies of a typed copy of Butler's missionary diary. The record has been edited to complete fragmentary words and improve spelling errors. Butler's entries were often lengthy and detailed. He recounts his spiritural experiences, confrontations with anti-Mormon mobs and individuals, and other activities as a missionary.
Malcolm Butler diary
Handwritten diary. Butler writes about his work as a Mormon missionary in entries that are often lengthy and detailed. Butler also records numerous scriptural references of personal interest.
William Butler autobiographies and letters
William F. Butt papers
Diaries, 1887-1895; correspondence, 1883-1897; financial records, Lehi, Utah, Ward record book; patriarchal blessings; mission records; and biographies of family members. Also included are the diaries of Butt's wife, Laura Ellen Bushman Butt, 1896-1897. The materials document William Butt's life in Lehi, Utah, and his service as a missionary for the Mormon Church to the Northern States.
Jacob Kemp Butterfield correspondence
Photocopies of handwritten and typed copies of correspondence. Butterfield writes to his mother and other family members. Butterfield writes about his missionary work for the Mormon Church in Missouri; his association and employment with Joseph Smith, the first president of the Mormon Church; and his life in Missouri, Illinois, and Missouri. He also writes about his service with the Mormon Battalion. Also included is a biography of Abel Butterfield.