Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Germany
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten histories. Adams provides information concerning her relatives and Glen Baker. She describes and documents his youth, his educational background, and his missionary experiences in Germany.
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.
Contains a scrapbook from Bartholomew's mission. It features pictures of all the elders in the West German Mission that served with Clavin. Also contains a few notes explaining contents within the scrapbook. Materials are dated 1937-1939.
Handwritten diary kept by Ernest Burgess and by his wife, Donna Miles Burgess. Ernest writes about his missionary experiences in Germany and about his life in Roosevelt, Utah. Donna Burgess continues the account of life in Roosevelt until 1959. Many of the entries are long and detailed, but there are many lengthy gaps in the record.
Materials include records related to Cannon's mission to Germany from 1925-1928. Includes primarily letters to his mother and father and other family members. Also includes statistical reports for the Sturemborg Conference where Cannon was serving as a missionary, dated 1925 to 1927. Collection as includes some photographs and ephemera related to his mission. Dated 1925-1928.
Two handwritten diaries and one account book. Frost writes about some of his experiences as a missionary in Germany primarily in the Munich area. Many entries are lengthy and detailed.
Includes a two-page vita, and recollections of the author's ancestors, family and youth; professional life; church activities; and hobbies. He served a Latter-day Saint mission in Germany, 1931-1933; studied music at the State Academy of Music in Berlin, Germany, 1933-1934; and worked in the Department of Music at Brigham Young University, 1936-1938 and again beginning in 1942. Material was dictated by John R. Halliday in June 1971, and later transcribed.
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.