Missions and Missionaries
Found in 1147 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed letters. Aldous writes to Phyllis whom he often refers to as "sweetheart" and "my dear." Aldous talks about his missionary experiences, complains that his parents never write, and asks about what is happening at home.
Holograph manuscript written by Inez Knight Allen before she married. It is a diary kept from 1898 to 1899 while she was on a mission for the Mormon Church in England. Lengthy entries describe her missionary activities and her travels in England. There are many gaps in the record.
Collection of 91 photographs gathered by Allen. Includes photographs by R. H. Carling, W. Stocks, Warren, Photo SO. Shields, S. & D. Jack, Columbia, N. S. Seaward, Leo. Legge, Western, John A. Kraus, Rotary, R. Johnston and Son, Auty, T. Taylor, Whyte and Sons, Northern Photo Co., Toynter, Gales Studio, K. J. Hey, Davidson Brothers, Thirlivell, Paterson, Ronald's Studio, Chase, W. H. Elliott, Kenworthy, Miss Wright.
Contains a transcription of William W. Allen’s journal with commentary and other notes on his life, written and compiled by Allen C. Christensen. Also included is an electronic copy of the manuscript.
Contains the personal papers of Alvin Benson (1859-1942), including two missionary journals and a letter written to him. All documents are dated between 1898-1903.
Typescript of an autobiography and of a diary. Amundsen writes about his early life, conversion to the Mormon Church, his migration to Utah, his missions for the Mormon Church in Arizona and Norway, and his life in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Materials contain papers dated from 1922 to 1925, which include a mission journal and accompanying transcription, missionary meeting notes, "Swiss and German Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" LDS Church directory, and photograph and postcard albums. All these things were created in conjunction with Anderson's missionary service in Germany from 1922 to 1925.
Handwritten diaries for the years 1895-1904, 1908-1909, 1914-1915, and 1919-1920. Anderson writes about his family life, his studio in Springville, Utah, and his travels throughout southern Utah with his tent gallery. Three of the items deal with his mission for the Mormon Church in England and describe Anderson's photographing of Mormon history landmarks in the Eastern United States.