Latter Day Saints -- Biography
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Autobiographical details memories of his childhood in Snowflake, Arizona; his mission to the Southern States; attendance at Brigham Young University; military service; marriage; teaching at Brigham Young University; church service; and assignment to the Brigham Young University Jerusalem Center. Includes significant information about his family.
Typescript of a speech delivered at the Society for the Study of Mormon Life on 28 Aug. 1980. Anderson tells about his experiences as a Mormon after his conversion to that faith. He also talks about studying at Brigham Young University and about some of his early publications.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typed biography. Abraham L. Parker was born in 1825 in England, he married Barbara Scott, and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He migrated to Utah in 1869, and lived in Henefer and Ogden, Utah.
Personal histories of Andrew May, 1906-1933; Alfred James, 1905-1991; and Verda Pauline Carter, 1908-1998
Holograph diary which tells of his duties as a member of city council, justice of the peace and inspector of buildings in Salt Lake City, Utah and his various social religious and business dealings.
Photocopies of handwritten and typewritten biographies and genealogies of Sidney Rigdon, member of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The dates of the composition of these materials are uncertain. The handwritten item was created by someone who had met with Rigdon years after Rigdon was no longer associated with the Church. The materials recount the events of Rigdon's life, his association with the LDS Church, and present his family genealogy.