Mormon missionaries -- East (U.S.) -- Diaries
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Harold S. Barnes journals
Four journals written by Harold S. Barnes during his time as a missionary in the Eastern States Mission. Materials date from 1914-1917.
Elisha H. Boley mission papers
Account of Elisha H. Boley's daily missionary service in the Eastern States Mission for the Mormon Church. He spent much of his time working in Pennsylvania. Also includes ledgers maintained by Elisha Boley and a photograph of the missionaries in the Northern States Mission from approximately 1910-1912.
John Robert Cluff journal
Contains journal entries documenting Cluff's service as a Mormon missionary in the Eastern States Mission, 1903 to 1906. Later entries (1910-1918) document his life in the Teton Basin, Idaho.
Hugh W. Colton diary
Diary covers the period November 29, 1920 to October 1922 (March 27, 1920 to April 24, 1920 are torn out but still part of the collection) while Colton was serving in the Eastern States Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Charles Sidney Noble papers
The personal, family and professional papers of Charles Sidney Noble, 1941-1988.
Lorus Bishop Pratt diary
The Lorus Bishop Pratt diary contains the diary of Lorus Bishop Pratt and a transcription. The diary documents his service as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Edward H. Snow papers
Collection contains an autograph book, certificates, personal letters, and journals belonging to Edward Hunter Snow, 1882-1932. There is also a newspaper clipping pertaining to Snow's role in the founding of a college that is now Southern Utah University, published in 1985.