Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- History
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Typewritten excerpts from an autobiography. Garner writes about her conversion to Mormonism, her life in Nauvoo, Illinois, her memories of Joseph Smith (1805-1844) and the "mantle" of the prophet falling on Brigham Young (1801-1877), her journey to Utah, and her life in Slaterville, Utah.
Printed and handwritten membership record of the Mormon Church for Alice Bigler Garrett. The item lists Garrett's birth, baptism, confirmation, marriage, and presents a description of her physical appearance.
Printed, typewritten, and handwritten poems and short stories. Also included are a scrapbook, notes, diaries, an autobiography, and biographies. The materials relate to Hodapp's life, research, poetry, and background. She also served on a mission for the Mormon Church in Hawaii.
Account of her activities as a family living consultant, residing in Rogers Hall, part of Heritage Halls (female student housing), on the BYU campus. Includes information on students, equipment, and expenses.
Phoocopy of a microfilm copy of a handwritten diary. Jones was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Jones writes about her family and their health, cleaning, quilting, visits with neighbors and friends, and her association with the Rock Spring Relief Society of the Mormon Church.
One typewritten and signed letter addressed to Jessie Smith; wife of the Mormon Apostle, Joseph Fielding Smith (1876-1972); and one printed certificate which verifies that Jessie Smith crossed the 180th meridian. The letter refers to Jessie's music collection.
Handwritten diaries for the years 1918 to 1939 with many gaps. Also included is a biography of Mabel Shirk Larkin by Montrue Grey Larkin. Mabel Larkin was a Methodist who converted to Mormonism in 1905. Her diaries tell about her family and private life in Ogden and in Snowville, Utah.