Latter Day Saint churches -- History
Found in 84 Collections and/or Records:
Contains original files index and research files on various aspects of Mormonism. Materials date from between approximately 1958 and 1977.
Collection includes diaries, letters, property records, bibles and family records related to Hyrum Smith. Includes diaries of missions taken by Hyrum, the 1834 Hyrum Smith family bible, with family record dating up to 1872, and material used by the School of the Prophets in Kirtland, Ohio. Dated 1831-1872.
Collection contains correspondence, diaries, articles, minutes, speeches, dissertations, and miscellaneous items, the majority of which are photocopies. Strack collected numerous materials in various formats dealing with a wide range of topics related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Correspondence, articles, drafts, newspaper clippings, and notes. The materials relate to two articles by Timmins on Mormon cults and reincarnation and Utah state prison education. Some of the items deal with the issues of Sunday closing laws and the liquor by the drink issue in 1968.
Contains unpublished maunscripts and drafts of short stories and essays by Lee; undated. Many of these works have Mormon themes, including historical accounts of life Kirtland, Ohio and Missouri.
Contains a variety of correspondence from relatives of the Young family and friends, including Wilford Woodruff and Ezra T. Benson, and others. Materials relate to daily life, family relationships, church affairs, and local events. Dated circa 1846-1928.
Contains a compendium of exponent articles for Zina D. H. Young. Articles pertain to Mormon life, the Relief Society, and concerns for women especially in the Utah area. Dated circa 1872-1901.
Contains correspondence from family members, such as son-in-law Charles Card, daughter Zina Y. Card, and from peers (Relief Society Presidency), and occasionally church leaders (Heber J. Grant, Lorenzo Snow). Dated circa 1847-1897.
Contains meeting minutes and notes and records of Relief Society/church meetings that involved primarily Zina D. H. Young but also including Zina Card. Minutes discuss congregational events and planning. Dated circa 1891-1898.
Contains correspondence to family members, primarily children, and to peers and friends. All topics regard daily life and family events. Dated circa 1868-1895.