Found in 1087 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of a biography of Noah T. Guymon; miscellaneous legal, ecclesiastical, and genealogical records; and photocopies of many of them. The records pertain to members of the Guymon family and include five handwritten patriarchal blessings and several letters.
A collection of Jean Phyllis Black's research notes and transcriptions of research sources (historical correspondence, newspaper articles, etc.) related to the monograph she was composing on the diplomatic relationships of the European powers concerning the question of the political reorganization of the Italian peninsula from 1846-1849. Dated approximately 1920 to 1930.
This collection contains the Blaisdell family papers, consisting of correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, programs, articles, family history notes and papers, genealogy books, articles, and other miscellaneous papers, dated circa 1800-1984.
Handwritten letters written from Chicago, Illinois and addressed to "Brother and Sister" Samuel and Eunice Moore, Mormons living in Utah. Bliss writes about family matters, the weather, the state and national economies, slavery, and Mormon polygamy. Bliss states that the Mormons should not practice slavery and that polygamy will not work.
Handwritten and signed letter written in Spanish to the delegate of the district of Fulanzingo. The item deals with a decree of June 17, 1789 pertaining to registration and contributions of "pulperias" or provision stores. Also included in the item is a voucher slip containing five entries.
Photocopies of microfilm copies of handwritten letters. These items were written by family members largely in Illinois and Indiana. The materials dear with family issues. One letter was sent from Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1869.