Mormon Church -- Doctrines -- History -- 19th century
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Brigham Young University minutes, 1967-1969
Contains typed-out transcripts of the minutes of various university meetings including the Undergraduate Faculty Meeting, the Department Chairman's Meeting, and the Religion Faculty Meeting. Contents created between 1967-1969.
Cedar City Stake Relief Society notes
Photocopy of the Cedar City Ward Relief Society minute book "A". The minute book contains descriptions of the Relief Society meetings and speeches concerning the spiritual welfare of the members of the Mormon Church. In addition, the minute book includes a membership list of the Mormon Relief Society in Cedar City.
LaMar Berrett research on Mormon history, 1843-1991, bulk: 1960-1980
Contains research papers and materials in Mormon history including bibliographies of Mormon Standard Works, journals from Church leaders, and magazine articles pertaining to Mormon history. Also includes articles and research materials from Mormon historians including Lester Bush, Jr. and Bruce R. McConkie. Materials dated between 1843-1991.
Eric Snow collection on LaMar Berrett
Collection contains materials pertaining to or collected by LaMar Berrett. Includes minutes from meetings at Brigham Young University which Berrett attended between 1967-1969, primary and secondary source documents pertaining to his research in Mormon history, and materials pertaining to his career as a religion professor at BYU including syllabi, textbooks, and lesson plans. Materials dated between 1843-1991.
Orson Spencer letters
Photocopies of handwritten letters. Also included are typescripts of two of the items. The letters were written to Spencer's children when he was in St. Louis, Missouri and largely relate to family matters. Spencer gives fatherly advice to his daughters in a Mormon theological framework on how to conduct themselves and how to treat men.
Brigham Young discourses
Typescripts of discourses. Young's remarks cover a wide range of Mormon theological ideas including sacrifice, obedience, and the nature of the biblical character, Adam. Young also talks about his relationship with Joseph Smith (1805-1844), the founder of the Mormon faith.