Found in 399 Collections and/or Records:
A pamphlet of familiar words and frases in common use among the maya Indians at present living in British Honduras and Santa Cruz dedicated to my good friend William Gates / R. B. Ramirez, 1921
Contains a small notebook by R.B. Ramirez.
Essay titled A Word to Men of the Mining Industry. Probably not written by James E. Talmage. Not dated.
Contains Woodruff's mission journals, the first from January 23, 1894, to October 31, 1894, the second from October 1, 1895 to May 26, 1896. Another journal from January 1, 1899 to December 31, 1900, a journal from October 1, 1901 to April 24, 1902, a letter record book beginning in 1894, a notebook from 1898, and a letter book from March 6, 1900 to April 18, 1900.
One small notebook containing minute notes from meetings of the "Pals, Maids, and Friends." It was a social group of female friends that Alice M. Rich was involved in. Roll lists of participants are also included. In the back of the notebook are meeting minutes for the Finance and Amusement Committee, which included men and women.