Mormons -- Texas -- History
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Account his service as a missioinary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Texas, part of the Central States Mission. He labored in Houston and several other communities in southeast Texas.
Photocopy of a typed thesis submitted to meet the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts. Also included are photocopies of miscellaneous items relating to the research. Durning writes about Mormon missionary activities and Mormon colonization in Texas.
Ten volumes documenting his service in the North Texas Conference of the Southern States Mission for the Mormon Chuch. His mission was from June 15, 1903 to September 17, 1905. One of the volumes contains a collection of songs compiled by the author. A transcription of the diaries, with a transcriber's note and an index of persons and places, is also included.
Handwritten history of the "South East Texas District." The item documents the missionary activity of the Mormon Church in Texas. It also reports on the meetings of the members in the area.
Photocopies of published and unpublished articles dealing with Mormon settlements in three counties of Texas led by Lyman Wight. Also included are letters of enquiry by Elray L. Christiansen, the mission president for the Mormon Church in Texas.
Photocopies of a handwritten diary. Wilcock kept this diary while serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Central States Mission. Wilcock writes about his daily activities in Texas and Kansas.