Church officers -- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- Correspondence
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Letter written by Grow to Brigham Young, in which Grow requests help in regaining his priesthood and the custody of his children in exchange for moving to Fillmore, Utah, as Young had asked him. Materials dated September 9, 1858.
Contains three photograph albums.
Contains three unique items from Harold B. Lee's time as President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The series includes a pin depicting the Armor of God, a leatherwork bookmark inscribed with the word "Dad," and a wooden plaque with a quote attributed to Harold B. Lee. Materials dated 1970.
Contains family histories of the Samuel Lee family. The series includes family group records with personal anecdotes, historical images, handwritten notes by Harold B. Lee, and an original poem written by Harold B. Lee. Materials are dated 1874 and 1977.
Contains two portraits of Harold B. Lee and a published biography of his work as President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Materials are dated 1945 and 1973.
Contains recordings of addresses given by Harold B. Lee at conferences, funerals, and other engagements. Materials dated 1961 to 1980.
Contains correspondence of Isaac Russell [Jr.], with family as well as Heber J. Grant and Dr. John A. Widtsoe. 12 items, dated July 23, 1912 to July 19, 1928.
Photocopies of correspondence, reports, histories, petitions, resolutions, and miscellaneous items relating to the Mormon Church in Hawaii. Most of the materials are associated with missionary work, and most date from the nineteenth century. A few items are in the Hawaiian language. One letter was written by the Mormon prophet, Brigham Young (1801-1877), and several letters are addressed to Daniel H. Wells, the Mormon apostle.