Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Turkey -- History
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten diaries and poems. These journals were kept from 1885 to 1928 when Booth was in Alpine, Utah, at the Brigham Young Academy in Provo, Utah, and in Turkey and Armenia as a missionary and as mission president.
Collection contains the personal and family histories of Clark L. Cox and Janet Cox. This includes a life history of Clark L. Cox, and histories of Mormon missions served by Clark and Janet Cox in Zimbabwe, Turkey, Utah, and Washington, D.C. Also includes family histories of Cox's ancestors.
Contains the Armenian Bible of Hagop Gagosian, a typescript of an autobiography of Hagop Gagosian from 1939 translated into English, an Armenian language book that belonged to John Taylor Woodbury, Jr. (Gagosian's son-in-law and a missionary in Turkey), and a CD with scanned images of parts of the Bible and language book plus translations.
Photocopies of typewritten autobiographies and biographies of Hintze. Also with the collection are photocopies of handwritten records of the Hintze family including genealogies and Mormon patriarchal blessings. The biographies of Hintze are by Evelyn Mackay Frandsen and A. J. Hansen.