Found in 1087 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include correspondence, war experinces, and a printed photograph of Robert Freeman. The correspondence details his background and consent information for the Saints at War Project. The war experiences refer to his service in the U.S. Army Nation Gaurd in between the times of the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Dated 2010.
Photocopies of a handwritten and signed statement dated 8 Sept. 1846. Allis affirms that he and others were in Omaha County, Nebraska, before the Mormons arrived. Also incuded is a letter from R. B. Mitchell stating he has "nothing to add to my communication made to Colonel Kane" dated 19 Sept. 1846.
Letter dated January 24, 1976 and addressed to LeGrand Baker, an archivist at Brigham Young University. Allred writes about John Markland Jones, a convert to the Mormon Church who migrated to Utah and later to Los Angeles County, California.
Typed letters dated Sept. 22, 1969 and July 9, 1975 in Guatemala. These items are addressed to "family and friends" in Provo, Utah and describe the foundation's agricultural self-help project among the rural people of Guatemala. The letters also discuss other foundation matters.
Collection includes 878 photographs, 96 postcards, two tintypes, 339 negatives, four glass plate negatives, a journal, a ledger (includes some genealogy), and a family Bible.
Collection includes newspaper clippings, certificates, speeches, correspondence, memoranda, poetry, awards, greeting cards, check stubs, and magazine articles. The materials relate to Anderson's life and career as an editor.