Latter Day Saint churches -- Missions -- Europe
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains books and personal histories authored by Alma Heaton pertaining to his life. Includes four autobiographical works by Alma Heaton about his life and career as a professor of recreation at Brigham Young University. Also includes 3 books authored by Alma Heaton, photographs, and other memorabilia about Alma Heaton's missionary work to India and Europe for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Dated approximately 1992-2000.
Typescript of a diary kept from October 5-25, 1875 when Callister was called on a mission to Europe for the Mormon Church. He writes about his preparations to leave his home in Fillmore, Utah. Also included is a typed copy of a funeral address given by Chief Kanosh of the Pahvant Utes when Callister died in 1880.
Typescript of discourse given by Lyman on the "Nature of the Mission of Jesus Christ" in Dundee, Scotland, on March 16, 1862. The text is from the version that was printed in the "The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star" no. 14, Vol. 24, April 5, 1862. There is writing at the top of the copy indicating that this copy was given by Edna Lyman Houtz, granddaughter of Amasa M. Lyman. Materials dated 1862.
Photocopies of a letter-press book kept by Reynolds while he served as president of the European Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Reynolds writes about numerous church-related matters in Europe. Many of the items are of a personal nature.
Photocopies of excerpts from handwritten diaries. The items cover the years 1846-1847, 1857-1859, 1868, 1869, 1873, and 1875-1876. Richards lived in Nauvoo, Illinois, presided over the European Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, prepared Utah Militia units for an expedition into Sanpete County, and served on another mission to the Eastern United States. Also included are patriarchal blessings and miscellaneous items relating to Richards and his family.
Schmid and Topham family collection of Richard Benson, Alvin Benson, and William Richard Smith missionary journals
Holograph autobiography (three leaves), genealogy of the Schoenfeld and Springall families (two leaves), and a postcard of Tansberg, Germany, where Edward was born. Schoenfeld joined the Mormon Church in 1855, migrated to Utah in 1857, and settled in Provo. He married Mary Alice Springall and served as mission president to the Swiss and German Mission for the Mormon Church from 1870 to 1872. He also edited the Mormon Church magazine "Stern" while serving as mission president.
The collection contains (1) five scrapbooks belonging to Octave Frederick Ursenbach; (2) the Ursenbach family newsletter "Oak Leaves and Acorns" (1973-1987); and (3) miscellaneous Ursenbach family material. The first two boxes contain Octave F. Ursenbach's scrapbooks, and the last box contains the family newsletters and miscellaneous Ursenbach family material.