Latter Day Saint churches -- Doctrines -- History
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The great bulk of the J. Reuben Clark Jr. papers were inventoried in 1967. This register is only of the Clark papers that have come to the library since that time. This addendum contains a variety of papers that cover the full life span of Mr. Clark. However, the great bulk of the material here are his personal diaries and his financial records.
Contains a few photographs of the KSL radio tower when it was new, images from the dedication of Pioneer Pipeline, several of a trip to Nauvoo, and photographs of Oliver Cowdery's handwritten account of receiving the Aaronic Priesthood.
Galley proofs of an article by McAllister which was published in the September 1917 issue of the Improvement Era, A Mormon Church periodical. The article explains that Mormon temple ordinances are essential to salvation. The sheets bear holograph corrections and a note by Joseph F. Smith, the 6th president of the Mormon Church. Smith's note suggests that the article be published as a four page tract.
Photocopy of typed speech by Bruce R. McConkie entitled "All are alike unto God." McConkie talks of teaching Mormon doctrine to every nation on earth and bringing as many people as possible unto the Lord.
Typewritten and signed letter addressed to Robert Lee Echols. Smith speculates about the possibility of the Moon being inhabited and offers an opinion about the relationship of the Moon in Mormon theology.
Typescript of a biography of Joseph Smith (1805-1844) by his secretary. Johnson relates his personal observations of Smith and treats many topics relating to the prophet's work and doctrines. Also included is a typescript of a vision by Joseph Eldridge Robinson (1867- ), president of the California Mission for the Mormon Church from 1901-1919, relating to Benjamin Johnson and Joseph Smith.