Latter Day Saint missionaries -- California
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of escape stories and photos from Laotian refugees living in Fresno, California.
Typescript of an interview taken from the included audiocassette. Russell was interviewed by David Whittaker on February 9, 1988 for the Joint Oral History Program of the Brigham Young University Archives and the BYU Alumni Association Emeritus Club. Russell talks about his mission in California, the Book of Mormon and archaeology, and early visual aids used by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Contains the mission materials of Clyde Stanley Romney, dating from 1941 to 1944. These include his missionary journal, mission records, missionary handbook, church materials, and church books.
The collection consists of two folders from the mission of Max. H. Russell from 1932-1934. It contains correspondence, photographs, booklets, as well as a transcribed interview with Max H. Russell. Most of the documents are regarding the use of the Book of Mormon tour using a film strip showing archaeological sites at ancienct ruins to spark interest in the church.
Typewritten autobiography and photocopies of handwritten letters received by Smith. Also included are typescripts of Job Smith's "Recollections" of the first president of the Mormon Church, Joseph Smith (1805-1844), and photocopies of handwritten and typewritten certificates. The letters are from prminent Mormon Church leaders. Also included is a photocopy of a handwritten patriarchal blessing received by Smith.
Handwritten correspondence, certificates, receipts, Article of Faith cards, and miscellaneous items. Most of the letters (over 50 items) were written by Tanner to his girl friend, May McLoughlin, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tanner writes to "Miss McLoughlin" about his missionary activities and about personal matters. They were later married.q