Mormon missionaries -- Diaries
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Samuel H. B. Smith diary
The collection consists of photocopies of Smith's mission diary, his autobiography, some correspondence, and records of ordinances performed in the Endowment House in the 1870s. Smith kept his diary while serving on a mission to Great Britain (1860-1863). He recorded the activities and experiences of missionary life and activities. The autobiography is brief and covers from Smith's birth to 1857.
Brigham Smoot family papers
Collection contains journals, letters, transcripts, and other materials produced by members of the Smoot family in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The materials document the missionary service of Brigham Smoot in Samoa and Tonga, the missionary service of Gilbert Van Schoonhoven, the military service of Roland Nesbit Smoot during World War II, and various family events and issues that were occuring at the time. Dated 1866 to approximately 1949.
John Peter Sorensen papers
John O. Swenson journal
Collection contains photocopies of the journal kept by John O. Swenson while serving as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Northwestern States Mission from 1885 to 1887.