Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs and postcards of various historical sites relating to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. These sites include: Nauvoo, Orderville, Kirtland, Palmyra, and various LDS temples. Portraits of people include: Joseph Smith, C.S. Forester, and General Fremont with his wife and daughter. Also included in the collection is a book titled American Frontier Photography and a photograph of the 1955 Utah State Senate 31st session.
This collection contains materials used by James R. Clark in writing the six volumes of Messages of the First Presidency. The material covers the years 1824 -1984. It also contains several drafts of each of the volumes.
This collection consists of a letter to her parents, 1835. Quaker letter from Ann Gurney to her parents in Farmington, NY, on 29 November 1835, describing her experiences on a trip west on the Erie Canal into the Palmyra area.
Notecards on Adam, the origin of man, Old Testament prophets, the Council of the Fifty, the Pearl of Great Price, cosmology, etc.; also biographies and assorted biographical information.
Typescripts of pertinent newspaper articles (1824-1950), bibliographical information for LDS scriptures, rough drafts of volumes 1-4 of "Messages", unpublished pamphlets and books, audio reels and cassette tapes of Church-related people and events, filmstrips, typescripts and photocopies of "Messages" source material, correspondence, notes, unbound/uncut copies of volumes 5 and 6 of "Messages", pertinent student papers, etc.
Unbound drafts and draft sections of volumes 2-5 of Clark's compilation series "Messages of the First Presidency"; also photocopies and notes of research material, newspaper clippings, indexes, issues of the Ensign, Church officers' interview questions, copies of speeches, etc.
Photocopy and original of volume 5 manuscript, volume 5 rough draft, uncut volume 6 manuscript, photocopies of source material for volume 6 (1935-1951), photocopies of and notes on lesson material, rough draft and page proof of "The Story of the Pearl of Great Price," notecard index of articles (by subject), assorted Church-related cards and pamphlets, Orson Pratt reference notecards (alphabetical), etc.
The collection contains the personal research files of the donor (about 6500 pages) on the history of the town and area of Palmyra, New York; American political pamphlets and election memorabilia, including pins and posters; uncirculated American stamps, many contain autographs like Neil Armstrong, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Kennedy, and etc.; and historic postcards (including 362 on the Palmyra, New York area) and greeting cards collections.
Collection contains fourteen manuscript debt notes, in sheets of three or four notes each. Notes are signed by Stephen Phelps in Palmyra, New York, and dated August 30, 1800. The notes are for twenty dollars each, with one in the amount of $17.32, and some notes allow an extra year for payment. The debt notes total $277.32. Collection includes five separate sheets or slips of varying sizes.