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A collection of newspaper articles concerning Mark Hoffman.
Letter from Thomas Dunn, Bishop of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ogden,
Utah, addressed to Brigham Young, November 28, 1854. Certification of payment of one cow to
a church fund from one of his ward members. Original letter and photocopy.
This manuscript collection contains a Xerox copy of “Michael H. Chandler and The Pearl of
Great Price,” verification of Michael Chandler, early Mormon convert through passenger lists,
census records, indentures, tax lists, his will and proofs of children, etc. (RESTRICTED.)
This collection contains a folio, "Mount Timpanogos" written by Vardis Fisher and a press release by Opal Laurel Holmes titled "Vardis Fisher was not a Mormon." This along with an open letter to Spencer W. Kimball in response to written information claiming Fisher was Mormon.
Letter from the Weber Stake High council to Nathan Tanner, Jr., discussing terms of divorce
from Annie Pingree.
Letter to President Lewis W. Shurtliff of the Weber Stake of Zion, of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints, from James D. Stirling, clerk of the High Council of the Salt Lake Stake of
Zion. Announcement that ordination of Scott Anderson to Elder was void because of rules
violation. October 24, 1889. Original, typewritten translation, and photocopy.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints missionary post card photograph of
Thelma Kendell of 2035 Orchard Ave., Ogden, Utah. Signed, “Best Wishes, Thelma Kendell”
with a handwritten message on the reverse side to “Dear Clio.”
Correspondence and minutes of meetings to authorities of the Weber Stake of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Thomas D. Dee and Joseph Stanford concerning a legal
dispute over money between Dee and Stanford. Original and photocopies, 1888, 1889. (Original
papers in Special Collections’ vault.)
This collection contains history about Uintah City. The information was collected by former Mayor Sue Bybee. There is also materials on the documentary "Uintah United."