Mormon women missionaries
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 6
Identifier: MSS 730 Series IV
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 3
Series — Box 7: Series IV; Series 5; Series 6 [Barcode: 31197230220888], Folder: 4
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 5
Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 8
Scope and Contents Contains three copies of “The Prophecy”; directions and a hand-drawn map to someone’s house; two poems written by Minnie I. Hodapp titled “Joseph Smith” and “Book of Gold”; program for the Nelke Reading Club; small pamphlet with recipes and quotes. Dated 1959-1962.
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains written histories, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, scrapbook, and annual breakfasts program booklets collected from activities collected from the Yesharah Society. Dated 1928-1999.
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 1 Series II Sub-Series II
Scope and Contents Contains the biographies of various members of the first Provo chapter of the Yesharah Society. Dated 1933-1969.
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 1 Series II Sub-Series I
Scope and Contents Subseries contains the mintute books kept by the first Provo chapter of the Yesharah Society. Dated 1929-1975.
Identifier: MSS 730 Series 1 Series II
Scope and Contents Series contains minutes, yearly programs, member biographies, and newspaper articles created by the activities of or collected by the first Provo chapter of the Yesharah society. Dated 1929-1994.
Identifier: MSS 730
Scope and Contents The Yesharah Society records contain items created by and collected by the society in the course of its operations. These items include a constitution and by-laws of the organization, correspondence, meeting minutes, pamphlets and programs, newspaper clippings and articles, scrapbooks, histories and biographies, music, and photos. The records come from the two Provo Chapters, Orem, Logan, and Salt Lake. The society was founded in Provo, Utah, in 1929 and the records go up to nearly the present...