Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Handwritten and typewritten autobiograpy, diary, biographies, and genealogies of Young's descendents. The diary covers the years 1856 and 1857 and document Young's mission to England. Young's atuboiography covers his life to 1857. Also included are two biographies of Young written by family members
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Photocopied holograph letters, patriarchal blessing, and a history of Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, Utah. The letters are to and from Phineas Young and are largely about family matters. The history of Liberty Park was written by Phineas' wife Phoebe Young
University of Utah - J. Willard Marriott Library
The Joseph Young papers (1859-1881) consist of a photocopy of Young's autobiographical sketch; an account of Young's funeral written by his son, Seymour B. Young; and a letter dated 1860. Joseph Young (1797-1881) was the son of John Young and Nabbie Howe, and the elder brother of Brigham Young.
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Typewritten biography of Phineas Howe Young (1799-1880) by his granddaughters Eleanor White Mackay, Seraph White Allred, and Naomi Wright. Phineas Young was a printer; building contractor; and Mormon bishop, missionary, and pioneer. He was a brother of the Mormon prophet, Brigham Young (1801-1877)
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Typewritten biography of Phineas Howe Young (1799-1880) by his granddaughters Eleanor White Mackay, Seraph White Allred, and Naomi Wright. Phineas Young was a printer; building contractor; and Mormon bishop, missionary, and pioneer. He was a brother of the Mormon prophet, Brigham Young (1801-1877).
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
This small group consists of photocopies of letters between members of the Richards family. Subjects covered include the Haun's Mill Massacre in 1838, the persecutions of Mormons; and the movement of Mormons from Kirtland, Ohio to Missouri and then onto Illinois. Nine of the original letters are located at the Harold B. Lee Library, Special Collections, Brigham Young University; one is at the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library, Yale University; and the locations of the remaining original documents are unknown
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Mitchell Papers have been arranged into the following sixteen series: Correspondence; Law Practice; Christmas Material; European Trips; Political Material; Book Material; U.S. Department of Commerce; Newspaper Clippings; Photographs; Pamphlets; Maps of Missouri; Political Campaign Literature; Miscellaneous Personal and Business Materials; Miscellaneous Printed Material; Volumes; and Three-Dimensional Objects. More complete series descriptions are located in the folder ...
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Photocopy of a handwritten autobiographical account. Mary Richards writes about her conversion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in England, resistance after her baptism, and talks a lot about her association with Heber C. Kimball, an apostle in the LDS Church. Also included is a newspaper clipping which is an obituary of Phinehas Richards, Mary's father-in-law and an early settler of Sanpete County, Utah.
Brigham Young University - L. Tom Perry Special Collections
Collection contains correspondence, financial and legal documents, church records, military records, manuscript revelations, poetry, journals, and other material by Whitney and his family. The records document the ecclesiastical functions, political activities, and finances of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when it was headquartered in Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, and Utah. The bulk of the material is from the Illinois Era (1839-1846), with papers relating to the steamship Maid of Iowa, the Nauvoo Temple, and other structures in Nauvoo, Illinois. Also included are records of the Nauvoo Legion (later also called the Utah Militia) and the Mormon Battalion. Among the most important items in the collection are the only extant manuscript copies of more than twenty revelations of Joseph Smith, all but two of which have been published in the Doctrine and Covenants.
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
William Starke Rosecrans (1819-1898) commanded the Army of the Cumberland during the Tullahoma campaign and at the battles of Stone's river and Chickamauga during the U.S. Civil War. After the war, he moved to Los Angeles, California and became an advocate for railroad building and Mexican trade in the West before being appointed as the U.S. Minister to Mexico (1868). He later served in the U.S. Congress (1881-85), and as the Register of the U.S. Treasury (1885-93). The collection consists of correspondence, papers, diaries, accounts, photographs, maps, realia, and related printed material of Major General William S. Rosecrans and his family. The papers cover nearly a century of American history and are comprised of materials from three generations of the Rosecrans family.