Mormon Church -- Missions -- New Zealand
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Contains five volumes of photocopied pages from the mission diaries of John Austin Abbott. Abbott served in the New Zealand Mission, and these diaries detail his daily occasions. He talks about his time with the Mormon Church, their lives, the weather, and baptism numbers. Dated 1899-1901.
Holographs, typescripts (some duplicated), printed material and newspaper clippings (photocopies). Contains journals, correspondence, mission papers, speeches and notes, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia concerning Cowley's mission to New Zealand, time as a student in Washington, D.C., his life as a mission president and Apostle, and the development of missionary activity in the South Pacific and Orient. Also included are an autobiography by Elva T. Cowley and Cowley family histories.
Contains five mission diaries kept by Andrew Oldroyd during his service in New Zealand. Includes records of his baptisms and meetings, as well as dicussions of his daily activities in the field. Dated 1901-1903.
Includes photographs of Maori members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Because of their unique nature, annotations have been included.
Contains annotated photographs of missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in New Zealand. Annotations are general and include greetings and addresses.