Home and Family
Found in 1629 Collections and/or Records:
Miscellaneous items relating to a biography of Theo A. Phillips. The articles include letters (one is in Welsh), patriarchal blessings in the Mormon Church, and Phillips family histories. The Phillips family is a Mormon family which originated in Great Britain.
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.
Contains eight cookbooks collected by Ainsworth. Books were produced by congregations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Salt Lake Telegram, and other indidviduals. Includes recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, desserts, candies, jellies, and beverages. Items date from 1913 to 1984.
Contains the papers of the Henry Noble and Maria Elizabeth Wells family, including photographs, "daybooks" or journals, photographs, a Polygott Bible, documents relating to the executions of the wills of both Henry and Maria, and other miscellaneous documents. Materials dated 1847-1913.
Contains a 10-page typed autobiography of Myrtle K. Aiu detailing her conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and some of her memorable spiritual experiences, including a trip to Hong Kong in 1969. Includes a typed postscript and envelope. Myrtle refers to this work as her "personal history." Materials dated 1978.
Printed petition (1 pages) with typewritten entries in which John S.P. Alcott petitioned to become trustee of that part of the estate bequeathed to Louisa May Alcott's niece, Louisa Ream Nieriker.