Mormon authors -- Correspondence
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Approximately 50 items of handwritten and typewritten correspondence. The materials deal with his work with the Mormon Church educational system, his research on various Mormon Church topics, and with personal matters.
Contains court records, legal documents, correspondence with attorneys, and research concerning a World War II veteran's court case against Dean Hughes and Deseret Book Company. Material dates from 1996-2003.
Contains transcripts of three emails, two in correspondence with an "Ylena Gavrilova," and one with a "Vera Zhura Vleva," both Russian, on research for Sears' book, "the Silence of God." Also contains business cards and notes on contact information for other people, as well.
Handwritten letters all dated within 1911. One was addrssed to George H. Brimhall, president of Brigham Young University, while the other two were addressed to the editor of the "Improvement Era," a Mormon Church publication. Holmes speculates on the geography of the Book of Mormon and criticises the theories of B. H. Roberts, the Mormon scholar.
Contains correspondence, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, photographs, programs, and book drafts. The materials relate to Hughes' writing and publishing career. The correspondence is between Hughes and his publishers. Material dates from 1937-2014, bulk 1961-2014.
Handwritten and signed letter addressed to "Dear Sr. Wood" dated 5 Dec. 1932 in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Richardson expresses the desire to visit a Mormon temple in the West and writes about problems in his family genealogy.