Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Tonga
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of papers relating to the dictionary Ermel J. Morton, a Mormon missionary who went to Tonga, created from English to Tongan and Tongan to English, his accounts of his mission and translating the Book of Mormon, a history of his wife, a catalog of his materials from home, a typed copy of the talks at his funeral and a Tongan grammar book. There is also a book written about the time the family spent in Tonga.
Collection contains photographs, correspondence, slides, film reels, and journals related to Verlyn Dale Frost and his mission to the Tongan Islands. A particular emphasis is placed on his work at the Liahona School. The materials are dated 1954-2010.
Collection contains one cd of scanned mission journals of Charles E. Jensen while he served as an LDS missionary in Tonga in 1895. The journals document the experiences he had while serving as a missionary and some financial and personal record keeping.
Contains Zola Jensen Mullins' mission diary, and slides of the missionary diary and pictures. Also includes maps of Tonga, a calendar poster, newspaper articles, and a scrapbook that were all collected by Zola Jensen Mullins. Material dated 1956-1959.
Contains a recorded oral history of Kenneth Powell Lindsay on three compact discs. He discusses his childhood, serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, meeting and marrying his wife, living in Hawaii, and other stories of his life. Interview was recorded and produced by David R. Homer, and dates from between July 19, 2006 and February 21, 2007.
Collection contains slides (photographic) and a Tongan mission scrapbook, 1955-1959, including photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, Church programs, invitations, and related ephemera. The slides include nineteen color images of Tonga, Tongan people, missionaries, and Stone family members.