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This collection contains the diary of Henry Nelson from 1904-1905. During this time, Nelson was serving a LDS mission in Germany. He covers his time in Germany , England , and the steamship trip back to the United States. He included ticket stubs, play bills, and newspaper articles that he collected during this time. See MS 163 for the Fred Kotter Missionary Letters who also was serving in Germany during the same time.
This collection contains 74 diaries of Dr. Edward Rich and his wife Almira. They begin in 1892 and run through 1965. The bulk of this collection centers on Almira's diaries that run from 1897-1947. During that time she documented her personal life and the medical practice of Edward, the community of Ogden and national events such as the outbreaks of WWI and WWII. The diaries also include newspaper and magazine clippings, memorabilia and pins.
The Ira Owen Horsfall Collection contains correspondence to Ira Owen Horsfall of Salt Lake City in the years preceding, during, and following his mission for the Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The correspondence are from his family and friends during the years of March 1900 and February 1902 through December 1913. This collection also contains newspaper clippings, a few photographs, and Horsfall’s grades from the University of Utah.
Excerpt from the diary of Judge Stanley A. Hanks of Salt Lake City, “Vision
Attributed to Wilford Woodruff Given December 16, 1877.” Copied by Fred J. Holton. Concerns
a vision of Wilford Woodruff, President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1887-1898.