Missions and Missionaries
Found in 1146 Collections and/or Records:
Rex B. Blake missionary journals
Rex B. Blake's original missionary journal, "My Mission to Great Britain-1934 to 1936 by Rex B. Blake," record of missionary labors.
William H. Blunck mission journal
Collection contains the mission journal of William H. Blunck while he served in the Eastern Central States as an missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The collection contains the original diary, a transcript of the diary, and a cd which contains a scanned photograph, his obituary, and a digital copy of the journal transcript.
James Richard Bodily mission diaries
Elisha H. Boley mission papers
Account of Elisha H. Boley's daily missionary service in the Eastern States Mission for the Mormon Church. He spent much of his time working in Pennsylvania. Also includes ledgers maintained by Elisha Boley and a photograph of the missionaries in the Northern States Mission from approximately 1910-1912.
Joseph W. Booth diaries and poems
Handwritten diaries and poems. These journals were kept from 1885 to 1928 when Booth was in Alpine, Utah, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, and in Turkey and Armenia as a missionary and as mission president.
Joseph W. Booth newspaper clippings and handkerchief
Materials include newspaper clippings related to Joseph W. Booth and other members of the Booth family, and a handkerchief sent from Joseph W. Booth while in Armenia to Elise Adams in Provo, Utah. Includes the envelope it was sent in. Dated 1928-1933.
Jennifer Reeder interview with Catherine Bowles
Oral history of Catherine Bowles, from an interview conducted by Jenny Reeder.
William Alvin Bowles papers
William Alvin Bowles papers includes personal mission diaries, his mission library, including hymn books, a dictionary, and scriptures; mission photographs; and related mission ephemera.
Henry Green Boyle diaries
Henry Green Boyle papers
The collection contains a printed certificate with handwitten notations affirming that Boyle was a Seventy in the LDS Church. Also included is a typewritten letter to Boyle from some unknown person in Arkansas between the years of 1851-1876.