Chicago (Ill.) -- History -- Sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten letters written from Chicago, Illinois and addressed to "Brother and Sister" Samuel and Eunice Moore, Mormons living in Utah. Bliss writes about family matters, the weather, the state and national economies, slavery, and Mormon polygamy. Bliss states that the Mormons should not practice slavery and that polygamy will not work.
Handwritten diary kept while Jacobs was serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Chicago, Illinois, and Indiana. Jacobs writes about his daily activities while serving a mission.
Handwritten and typewritten letters addressed to S. B. Moore, Bliss' cousin of Provo, Utah. Bliss writes from Chicago, Illinois about the political scene in the United States and about the state of his personal business.