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Autobiography, “Life of Job Pingree written by Himself at the Age of 88 Years.”
Account of Mormon pioneer, Job Pingree, who emigrated from England and settled in Ogden,
Utah, in 1857. Photocopy of original handwritten account and photocopy of transcript. Oversize
Religious tract titled, “The House of Israel Who and Where They Are” by Milson
R. Pratt, ca. 1900.
Calling cards for missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Elbert E. Randall of Centerville, Utah; Ralph J. Strong of Kaysville, Utah; H.J. Vanfleet of
Farmington, Utah; David S. Warren of Syracuse, Utah, ca. 1900.
Cards for missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Missionaries are primarily from Northern Utah, ca. 1900. Several cards include photographs of
the young missionaries.
Re-composed copy of a broadsheet issued in 1842 by the Times and Seasons of
Nauvoo, Illinois. The original document has ink showing through one side to the other, making it
difficult to read. It is also a rare document available only at the LDS Historical Department in
Salt Lake City and the Beinecke Library at Yale University. The current facsimile has been re-
typeset for clarity and distribution.