Mormon missionaries -- Southern States
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains the journals, notebooks, and documents of Hugh Roberts while serving a mission in the Southern States from April 1899 - July 1901. Typescripts of the collection have been made by Brian C. Roberts and are contained in the collection.
Contains diaries and other materials related to Smoot's service in the Southern States Mission from 1899-1901. Also includes a letter from Jeannine Madsen Beck with notes about Smoot's mission. Dated 1899-1901.
This collection contains a journal written by Edward F. Stevens during his LDS mission to the Southern States, 1896-1898, and a photocopy of the journal. It also contains a family newsletter of the Stevens family, from 1978.
Wallet containing miscellaneous receipts, business cards, bank notes, etc. Letter from Polly Hanslew (from wallet) on genealogy. Mission journal, approximately 200 pages, all written on. Journal kept while Taylor was serving in prison for "cohabitation." 10 x 14 cm. Approximately 150 pages, with about 60 written on.
The collection contains six journals of Charles H. White beginning on May 17, 1899 - March 5, 1901, plus one missionary notebook. It also contains one volume of the Southern States Mission Journal of John Francis Perkins, July 14, 1899 - June 11, 1900, and two copies of Perkins' missionary blessing given by President Seymour B. Young.