Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Argentina
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Contains a transcript, created by Karen Christian Jensen, of the journal of Lewis Earl Christian one of the first Mormon missionaries to South America. He relates his experience in the 1920's receiving his call and preparing to serve in South America, arriving in Argentina, and preaching the gospel to the people there. Also included are copies of his call and other documents important to his missionary service as well as copies of photographs taken by Christian on his mission.
Contains one 16 mm motion picture film which is about the Argentine mission in 1949 right after World War 2 ended and missionaries were recalled to the mission. The filmstrip is labeled “Argentine Missionaries and First Members of the LDS Faith taken in 1949 right after WWII. Presidents Ernest W. Young and Harold R. Brown and Counsellors.”
Contains missionary papers of Julian William Cummings' mission to Argentina. Includes instructional materials such as pictures, maps, and pamphlets on Church doctrines. Also includes photographs of Cummings' time in Argentina. Finally, includes a journal he kept as a missionary. Dated 1899-1980.
Contains three 16 mm films. Two of the films are about a cultural study program to Mexico in 1951, and the other is about Argentina missionaries immediately following World War II. There is also a DVD of the history of Millard County covering the period from 1940-1990.
Contains materials related to the life of Kermit H. Smith, including a copy of his family's history (written in 2014), and materials from his 1949-1952 mission to Argentina. Includes letters, photographs, and other documents. Materials dated approximately 1949-1952 and 2014.