Salt Lake City (Utah) -- History -- 19th century
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Contains one copy of the radio script for the event, consisting of ten legal sized pages. The pages outline a narrated and muscial production regarding the anniversary of the Salt Lake Temple.
Collection includes photocopies of correspondence collected by Elmer Ewing written by Mormon pioneers. Includes the letters of Temperance Bond Mack, Christeen Golden Kimball, and Nathan Calhoun Cheney describing their travels to Salt Lake City and other events in Mormon history. One letter by Cheney also includes a description of events surrounding the death of Joseph Smith.
A certificate signed by James A. Garfield and a military letter, 1881-1882.
This collection contains three photographs, ca. 1867-1892. Two photographs are of city scenes (Salt Lake City) from 1870 and 1872. The third is a collage of pictures that follow the construction of the temple and tabernacle in Salt Lake City from 1867-1892.
Autobiography, diary, correspondence, genealogies, patriarchal blessings, certificates, and miscellaneous items. Smith was the president of the Scandinavian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1862 to 1864 and an early settler in Salt Lake City and in Parowan, Utah and in Snowflake, Arizona.