Latter Day Saint women -- Utah -- History
Found in 72 Collections and/or Records:
Corrrespondence, minutes of meetings, speeches, media clippings, and resolutions. The materials relate to the planning, public relations, and meetings of the Voice of Womankind conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Eleven handwritten diaries. Walker writes about her experiences living in Lindon, Pleasant Grove, and Salt Lake City, Utah. She also relates her experiences while attending Brigham Young Academy and her various church-related activities. Many entries are lengthy and detailed. There are many gaps.
Periodical articles by or about Marilyn Whipple and programs and handouts for classes taught by her. Most of the classes were offered through the Brigham Young University Education Week program. The items deal with women's fashions and self-image.
Diary kept by Wilde when she served as a missionary for the Mormon Church in the Southern Sates Mission, 1921-1923. Also included are correspondence and photographs which date until 1992 when Wilde died. These materials relate to family matters and her service in the primary organization of the Mormon Church.
Typewritten copy of an autobiography. Wilhelm writes about her youth in New York, her joining the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1838, her move to Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1844, and her subsequent migration to Utah. She also tells about her various marriages and her life in Salt Lake City, Spanish Fork, Springville, St. George, and Orderville, Utah. She also talks of living in St. Joseph, Arizona.
Contains three copies of “The Prophecy”; directions and a hand-drawn map to someone’s house; two poems written by Minnie I. Hodapp titled “Joseph Smith” and “Book of Gold”; program for the Nelke Reading Club; small pamphlet with recipes and quotes. Dated 1959-1962.
Contains written histories, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, scrapbook, and annual breakfasts program booklets collected from activities collected from the Yesharah Society. Dated 1928-1999.