Utah -- Politics and government -- 20th century
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Bills, resolutions, and letters from constituents. The items indicate how Bernhard voted on the various pieces of legislation. House bills which did not reach the state senate are not included. The collection is divided by years and legislative origin, and the materials are arranged in chronological order.
Collection includes correspondence, books, pamphlets, lectures, and manuscripts. The material was written, received, or collected by Brown. The bulk of the material is from the 1960s and religious in nature, although many files also address political issues.
Personal Papers of Reuel E. Christensen, 1924-1983. Materials include: copies of his mission journals, including photographs that have been transferred to photo archives; written testimonies of missionaries while he served as President of the Great Lakes Mission; Great Lakes Mission publications, from his time serving as mission president there; his autobiography; correspondence; copies of newspaper clippings about him; and family history work.
Contains two drafts of an autobiography written by David S. King. The autobiography cover his church service (as a missionary, as a mission president, and as temple president), his political work as a United States Congressman and ambassador to Madagascar, and his personal life.
Photocopy of typescript. Author discusses his family's British roots; their acceptance of Mormonism while living in Birmingham, England, and their immigration to the United States. Tolton also describes his experiences during the Black Hawk War (Utah) and frontier life in Utah. His account goes into great detail about his involvement in territorial and state politics, his business ventures, family life, and his mission to Great Britain for the Mormon Church.
This collection contains correspondence and newsletters concerning Orrin Hatch, his re-election and other issues concerning his work as a senator; also a painting of Hatch's official 110th Congress photo. Dated 1982-2007.
Contains two drafts of an autobiography of David S. King and an oral history interview of Rosalie L. King. Items document their life experiences, including his political service, their service as Mormon missionaries in Haiti, and their work as president and matron of the Washington Temple. Materials date from between 1990 and 1995.