Temple work (Mormon Church) -- History -- Sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten temple record. The item verifies that four women were adopted by proxy as daughters of the Mormon Apostle, Daniel H. Wells, and his wife, Eliza Wells. The four women were from the Lee family and died between 1847 and 1859.
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 a handwritten and bound volume recording the minutes of a Mormon prayer circle. The group was established 13 July 1857 in Provo, Utah, at the request of George Albert Smith.
Handwritten list of totals for ordinance work done in the St. George temple from 1877 to 1883. Farnsworth lists the numbers of ordinances performed in such categories as baptisms, endowments, ordinations, sealings and "Second Anointings."