Latter Day Saint churches -- History
Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
Contains assembled manuscripts for proposed, titled works as well as untitled works. Examples of some works are "Ettie Lee," "The Brightness of Hope," and "A Letter to my Parents." Manuscripts are also often anthologies of Stewart's poetry. All writing discusses Mormon history, Stewart's family history, or Mormon religion. Materials date from between approximately 1955 and 1984.
Correspondence, pamphlets, programs, maps, lessons, sheet music, memorabilia, reports, scrapbooks, bulletins, and a history. The materials relate to Reeder's work in the YWMIA and to the Mormon Church in general. The items also relate to Reeder's travels. Much of the correspondence is to congratulate Reeder on her accomplishments.
Contains five scrapbooks and three larger photographs relating to Bertha S. Reeder, her church service, and her travels. Includes Reeder family photographs, news clippings detailing Reeder's term in the Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association (YWMIA) presidency, tourist information, and postcards of New England.
Includes talks, correspondence, class lectures, and research. Also included are research notes and chapter drafts for "Ensign to the Nations."
Collection includes 19th century and early 20th century pamphlets that largely deal with issues related to controversy, doctrine, and organizations within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The papers also include four volumes of newspaper clippings, a calendar diary owned by William McLachlan, correspondence from Ben E. Rich to Alice M. Rich, schoolbooks used by Alice M. Rich in 1884, and other various papers and documents.
Photocopy of a handwritten biography of Sidney Rigdon. John Rigdon writes about the activities of his father before, during, and after Sidney was a member of the Mormon Church. The date of the composition of the item is uncertain. Also included are correspondence, draft of an essay, and a published article edited by Karl Keller for the journal, "Dialogue+ a Journal of Mormon Thought." Keller edited Rigdon's account for publication.