Mormon missionaries -- Diaries
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Angus M. Cannon journals, 1900-1901
Contains photocopies of journals of Angus Munn Cannon. Journals detail daily life in his household, including interactions with his wives. Dated 1900-1901.
Bennion family papers
Brittany Long Olsen missionary sketchbooks, 2012-2013
Contains Brittany Long Olsen missionary sketchbooks, which served as her missionary diary during her mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Tokyo, Japan. Her entries assume the form of a graphic novel and focus on daily events, people, and her personal feelings. Materials dated 2012 to 2013.
Cannon family journals and papers, 1881-1959
Includes journals of Donald Q. Cannon, Quayle Cannon, Jr., and Quayle Cannon, and photocopies of the journals of Abraham H. Cannon and Angus M. Cannon. Also includes a copy of The Book of Mormon. Journals document missionary and daily life from the late 1800s to early 1900s.
David Foster Cluff mission diaries
The David Foster Cluff mission diaries consist of five diaries from David Cluff's mission to Samoa from 1894-1898.
Clyde C. Edmonds personal papers, 1937-1955, 1911-1913
Gerald N. Christiansen mission papers, 1909-1967, bulk: 1918-1920
Contains photographs, diaries, an account book, an address book and weekly reporting missionary books from Gerald N. Christiansen's mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Northwestern States Mission from 1918-1920. Also contains a few documents from various points in Gerald N. Christiansen's life dated 1909-1967.
Lars J. Halling Jr. diaries
The Lars J. Halling Jr. diaries, both recorded during his missions to Scandinavia.
Jacob Hamblin diaries and autobiography
Emmett R. Hayes missionary papers
Collection contains photocopies of missionary diaries of Emmett R. Hayes during his Mormon mission as the thirteenth missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to enter post-WWI Germany. Also contained are a series of photocopied outgoing letters from Emmett Hayes during this period to his family, primarily his parents. A small collection of mission-related ephemera is contained.