Latter Day Saint missionaries -- Pamphlets
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Contains missionary papers of Julian William Cummings' mission to Argentina. Includes instructional materials such as pictures, maps, and pamphlets on Church doctrines. Also includes photographs of Cummings' time in Argentina. Finally, includes a journal he kept as a missionary. Dated 1899-1980.
This collection is a letter from Thomas S. Monson to Daniel Ludlow, dated 1967, explaining that the contents are LDS missionary pamphlets compiled over time by the Deseret News Press. Most of the pamphlets are undated, but the collection seems to be circa 1950-1967.
Contains the missionary letters and pamphlets of Richins, dating between 1924 and 1933. The letters mainly document the time he spent serving in the Northern States mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Date of creation of sources range from 1898-1933.
Contains the records of Reid's efforts to conduct missionary work. Much of this pertains to her particular emphasis in proselytizing to people of Jewish ancestry, but it also includes other work. Includes drafts of her pamphlet "Attention Israel," correspondence relating to her work, and other booklets relating to her missionary work. Dated approximately 1943 to 1988.