Mormons -- Germany -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The folder contains a printed broadside inviting the public to come to a missionary meeting for the Mormon Church probably in Berlin, Germany in an unspecified year, circa 1900. The item is in German, and an English translation has been provided.
Two handwritten diaries and one account book. Frost writes about some of his experiences as a missionary in Germany primarily in the Munich area. Many entries are lengthy and detailed.
Contains artifacts, including parachutes, hankerchiefs, other textiles and memorabilia related to Halvorsen's post-military retirement. Dated approximately 1948-2011.
Contains items given to Gail S. Halvorsen by schools in recognition of Operation Little Vittles. Includes projects created by school children and learning packets related to the Candy Bomber. Materials dated 1989-2017.
Papers from events attended by Gail S. Halvorsen in the U.S. and Europe, including military events, candy drops, autograph sessions, museum openings, guest appearances at performances, and awards ceremonies. Also includes brochures, itineraries, invitations, name tags, and other papers. Materials are dated 1974-2018.
Contains papers, media, and memorabilia documenting the life of Gail S. Halvorsen after his retirement from the United States Air Force. Includes records of his continued contact with Germany, his humanitarian activities, and candy drops and visits he performed at various locations around the globe. Materials dated 1948-2017.
Contains audiocassette recordings of German members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints speaking about their lives, especially the period occuring during World War II, as compiled by Roger P. Minert. The histories were collected mostly through personal or telephone interviews between Roger and the member in either Utah or Germany. Materials created approximately 2000 to 2011.
Includes papers and ephemera relating to the creation and publication of Gail S. Halvorsen's autobiography, The Berlin Candy Bomber. Includes manuscripts and excerpts, cover paintings, and promotional material. Materials dated 1990-2010.
Handwritten diary. Parrish kept his diary while serving as a missionary for the Mormon Church in Germany. Parrish writes about his experiences and impressions while in Germany. He describes some of the rule breaking done by the missionaries and the condition of the Mormon Church membership. There are many gaps in the record.