Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Switzerland
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
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.
German language mission notebook kept by Ames K. Bagley during his service as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Germany. Notebook includes German language sayings and proverbs, missionary talks, lessons and visual aids, poems, pedagogical materials, and newspaper clippings. Dated approximately 1923 to 1926.
Collection contains the papers of Richard H. Cracroft, beginning in 1956, with Cracroft's mission, and ending in 2001. They include his personal correspondence, journals, published/unpublished articles, files, and church papers.
A collection of mission diaries, published religious and proselyting books and other materials in English and in German owned by Dallas L. Hess and used on his mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Austria and Germany. Materials dated 1915 to 1929.
Includes journals and photocopies of journals created by John L. Smith, from 1846 to 1895. Journals discuss early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, personal history, and the missionary service of John L. Smith in Switzerland, Italy, and England. Also includes letters and photocopies of letters.
Handwritten letter addressed to "My Dearest Wife" by an unknown author who served a mission for the Mormon Church. The item was written in Geneva, Switzerland. The author talks about his experiences and feelings while serving as a missionary in Switzerland.
Contains journals and papers written by Quayle Cannon, Jr. while on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Swiss-German Mission. Contains two mission journals, one mission record book, and one notebook. Dated 1926-1931.
Collection consists of letters to and from Samuel Russell, covering topics of family matters, missionary work, and travel. Two documents mention Civil War events. Also includes a tribute to Russell's sister Isabella M. Johnson upon her funeral, and a receipt for rent and provisions. Materials dated 1843 to 1928.
Holograph autobiography (three leaves), genealogy of the Schoenfeld and Springall families (two leaves), and a postcard of Tansberg, Germany, where Edward was born. Schoenfeld joined the Mormon Church in 1855, migrated to Utah in 1857, and settled in Provo. He married Mary Alice Springall and served as mission president to the Swiss and German Mission for the Mormon Church from 1870 to 1872. He also edited the Mormon Church magazine "Stern" while serving as mission president.