Mormon missionaries -- Diaries
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Heber Charles Hicks autobiography
Typewritten and bound autobiography. Hicks lived much of his life in Provo, Utah, where he was employed as a newspaper editor and as a businessman. He also served as a bishop of the Papago Mormon Church Indian Ward.
Henry Hottendorf journal
Contains a daily account of his life from 1892 to January 1906. Accounts his life in Utah and his conversion to Mormonism. Details his mission to the Hawaiian Islands and to Germany.
Jensen family journals and histories
Collection contains journals and family histories of members of the Jensen family, dating from between 1898 to 1988. Most of the diaries deal with missionary service for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Also includes information on family life in Idaho and genealogy.
John Peter Sorenson journals, 1879-1908
Contains 17 volumes of journals kept by Sorenson from 1879 to 1908. Includes information about his service in the Australasian Mission in New Zealand and Australia from 1879 to 1881, and in the Scandanavian Mission in Denmark and Sweden in 1887-1889.
John Peter Sorenson record books, 1881-1970, bulk: 1881-1920
Contains four volumes of records created by Sorenson. Includes a brief history of his life, genealogical records, temple records, and a financial ledger. Also includes a handwritten transcription of book on the teachings of Jesus Christ that came from Nauvoo, Illinois in the 1840s, and a handwritten report from Sorenson's mission to Scandinavia in the 1880s.
M. Wilford Poulson missionary journal, 1904 September-1906 April
M. Wilford Poulson notebook and missionary journal, 1904 February-September
Heber Kimball Maxham papers
The Heber Kimball Maxham papers includes four photos of Heber Kimball Maxham and his family, typewritten records of the history of the Maxham family (along with genealogy records), and two volumes of Maxham's missionary experiences from 1908 to 1910. He includes stories about church meetings, blessings, illnesses, hardships, and conversions that he experienced while in the mission field in Alabama.
Orlando Clark Barrus papers, 1917-1922
Contains materials relating to the mission of Orlando Clark Barrus, including mission journals, outgoing letters, and certificates. Also included is his patriarchal blessing, given in 1917. Materials created between 1917 and 1922.
Andrew Locy Rogers missionary diary
Material contains the diary which Rogers used to document his mission to Ireland and Scotland. He served his mission from 1909-1910 and his diary documents his experiences in a series of communities. His diary also chronicles experiences with mission companions. He describes his interactions with other religious denominations, including the Presbyterian Church and the Young Men's Christian Association. His diary also includes original poetry and local humor.