Latter Day Saint missionaries -- England -- Correspondence
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Contains Smith's letters to his wife Amelia, including letters from their courtship (November 1902-April 1903) and during his missionary service in England (April 1905-April 1907). Most of the letters are written from his missionary residence in London; others are written while on tour with his father, President Joseph F. Smith, between August and September 1906. Original enclosures are included. Dated November 17, 1902 - April 15, 1907.
Contains correspondence received by Russell during his missionary service in England between 1838 and 1839. Also includes a notarized statement by William Dawson from 1888 describing Russell's service in guiding immigrants to Far West, Missouri in 1838.
Collection includes correspondence between S. Norman Lee and his daughter Ora from the period of 1902 to 1963. Includes some additional letters written by Lee's wife Ida, and his parents S. Nielsen and Emma Lee. Collection also includes an autobiography by Lee, and biography of Lee by William L. Knecht.
One six page letter, written on June 6, 1911. The letter includes documentation of various events of anti-missionary activity in Liverpool, troubles caused by the weather, and attempts to maintain congregations in particularly troublesome areas.
Handwritten and signed letter, dated April 22, 1845, addressed to Susannah Sangiovanni. The manuscript accompanied another by Heber C. Kimball (Vault MSS 697). The item gives an intimate look at the feelings and the attitudes of the Mormon leaders during the period after the death of Joseph Smith (1805-1844) and before the Mormons were driven from Nauvoo, Illinois starting in 1846.