George Teasdale papers, 1770-1984  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Teasdale, George, 1831-1907
Title
George Teasdale papers
Dates
1770-1984 (inclusive)
Quantity
16.5 linear feet
Collection Number
Ms0678
Summary
The George Teasdale papers (1770-1984) contain information regarding George Teasdale, an apostle for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS). Included in the collection are diaries, patriarchal blessings, correspondence, certificates, agreements, tax and financial documents, property deeds, notes, genealogy charts, and memorabilia. The collection is divided into three sections: personal, family, and religious materials.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
SPCreference@lists.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

George Teasdale (1831-1907) was an apostle for the LDS Church from 1882 until his death in 1907. He spent most of his life preaching the beliefs of the LDS Church in England, Scotland, the United States, and in Mexico.

George Teasdale, the son of William Russell Teasdale and Harriet Henrietta Tidey, was born on 8 December 1831 in London, England. He ventured into the area of architecture, then upholstery after getting his education, but didn't stay long in either. In 1852, he joined the LDS Church and began his lifelong endeavors to share the teachings of his newfound faith. A year later, while preaching around England, Teasdale met and married his first wife, Emily Emma Brown. She died in 1874. Teasdale continued with his teachings and in 1857 was called to devote all of his time to the ministry by presiding over the Cambridge Conference in England. Two years later he was given charge over the Scottish mission.

Teasdale was released from his duties, in Great Britain in 1861, so he could join other members of the LDS Church in their trek to the Salt Lake Valley. However, before reaching the valley, he was called to assist in keeping the accounts of LDS emigration. He finally reached his destination in September of the same year. For the next seven years, Teasdale's activities included teaching school, managing Brigham Young's merchandise store, and managing the LDS Church's General Tithing Store. In 1868, he was called back to England to serve another mission, this time in the Millennial Star office. A year later, Teasdale returned to the United States to assist in the LDS emigration business in New York, returning to Salt Lake City in 1869.

Teasdale was employed by Zion's Co-operative Mercantile Institution for the next few years until he again was called to serve a mission, this time to the Southern States, namely Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia. He served there from 1875 to 1876. From that time until he was called to serve as an apostle in 1882, Teasdale took charge of the Juab Stake, worked in the Nephi tithing office, acted as president of the Nephi Co-operative Store, and served in the 1880 and 1882 sessions of the Utah legislature.

In October 1882, Teasdale was called as an apostle of the LDS Church under President John Taylor. For the next few years, he spent time traveling around Utah, Nevada, and Arizona teaching the saints and Indians in those areas. In 1886, he was called on a mission to Europe as an assistant to mission president Daniel H. Wells. Teasdale succeeded this president the next year and remained in that capacity until 1890 when he returned home to Utah.

In addition to his travels as a missionary, Teasdale shared his faith by writing tracts such as Glad Tidings of Great Joy and The Restoration of the Everlasting Gospel. These and other writings of his were distributed all over the world. He also shared the gospel with younger generations by teaching primary and Sunday school classes in the various stakes he attended. He served as Stake Superintendent of Sabbath Schools in the Juab Stake and was a member of the Deseret Sunday School Union Board. George Teasdale died in 1907 in Salt Lake City.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The George Teasdale papers (1770-1984) contain information regarding George Teasdale, an apostle of the LDS Church. Included are diaries, patriarchal blessings, correspondence, certificates, agreements, tax and financial documents, property deeds, notes, genealogy charts, and memorabilia. The collection is divided into three sections: personal, family, and religious materials.

Section I of the collection consists entirely of original correspondence which are located in boxes 1-3 and dates 1854-1936. This section reflects the Teasdale, Picton, and Thomas family relationships. An early LDS polygamist, Teasdale married women from both the Picton and Thomas families. His first wife, Emily Brown, died in 1874 before he took other wives. The first box includes a great deal of correspondence between George Teasdale and his wives, namely Emily, Lily, Tilly, Letitia, and Marion. Much of it was written while Teasdale served missions for the LDS Church in Mexico and Great Britain and carried out his apostolic duties throughout Utah. He tells of his various experiences while serving in these capacities and his wives respond with updates on their state of health and general well-being of the family. Although the second and third boxes of this section contain some correspondence with Teasdale, the bulk of it is between the individual listed and other family members.

Section II includes various documents pertaining to Teasdale, his family and descendants, and the LDS Church. These materials can be found in boxes 4-6 and dates from 1770-1984. Most of the documents relating to Teasdale and his family include patriarchal blessings, tax and financial documents, certificates, stock information, and biographical and genealogical materials. Other materials, relating mostly to the LDS Church, include memorabilia, writings, and publications. All of the newspaper publications are photocopies or reprints of the originals. Included are editions of the Deseret News, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Eureka Democrat, The Republic, The Salt Lake Herald, and other papers.

Section III consists entirely of photocopies, located in boxes 7-31; the originals are located at the LDS Church Archives in Salt Lake City. Included are copies of diaries, letterpress books, financial records, day books, notes, and publications that Teasdale wrote and collected. They date from 1853-1906. The diary copies not only contain a record of Teasdale's thoughts and feelings, but may also include memoranda, cash account summaries, names and addresses, and other types of records. The letterpress books largely reflect Teasdale's missionary activities while in England and his duties as an apostle. He corresponds with various people, including his wives, his sons, Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff, George Q. Cannon, and other members of the LDS Church. The record books contain information on missionary work in England and emigration to the United States. Several of these record books also contain recipes and food and supply lists. Some of the various record books in this section may also include correspondence, notes, receipts, or other documents. The nineteen microfilms from which these materials were copied can be found in the Manuscripts Division microfilm cabinet.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.

Permission to publish material from the George Teasdale papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: George Teasdale papers, Ms 678, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations:Ms 678.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

I. CorrespondenceReturn to Top

This section is arranged both chronologically and alphabetically according to the donor's original order. Chronological correspondence is located in box 1. The letters are individually listed with the sender, recipient, and date information. Most of these letters are between Teasdale (G.T.) and his wives. Boxes 2 and 3 contain alphabetical correspondence that are mainly between Teasdale's wives and their families. Correspondence dating after Teasdale's death in 1907 that is signed "George" refers to his son George W. Teasdale.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
General Correspondence, Chronological
1857-1936
Folder
1
F. Q. Russ, Emily Teasdale, and Lily Teasdale Correspondence
1857-1878
2
Lily Teasdale, Wilford Woodruff, J. D. T. McAllister, James and Jane Picton, Louisa Picton, and Tilly Picton Correspondence
1877
3
Jonathan Midgley and Lily Teasdale Correspondence
1878
4
Jane Picton, Tilly Teasdale, and, E. Tassell Correspondence
1879
5-7
Tilly Teasdale Correspondence
1880-1882
8
Tilly and Lily Teasdale Correspondence
1883
9
Tilly Teasdale Correspondence
1884
10
Tilly and Lily Teasdale Correspondence
1885
11
Tilly, Lilly, Ettie, George, and James Teasdale Correspondence
1886
12
Etty Teasdale, Robert Roden, and Allen Correspondence
1887
13
George and Etty Teasdale Correspondence
1889
14
Tilly Teasdale Correspondence
1891
15
John F. Squires, William Paxman, and Tilly Teasdale Correspondence
1892
16
George and Lily Teasdale Correspondence
1894
17
Lily Teasdale, Ettie Teasdale, and Marion Scoles Correspondence
1895
18
G. T. and Marion Scoles Teasdale Correspondence
1897
19
Marion Teasdale, E. J. Walkley, George W. Teasdale, Samuel A. King, G. T. and Jennie
1898
20
Phebe Scholes, Maria H. Thomas, and Daniel H. Thomas Correspondence
1900-1902
21
George W. Teasdale, Seymour B. Young, G. T., David McKenzie, Joseph F. Smith, Bertha, Russell, Gladys, and Lorenzo Correspondence
1903-1906
22
William A. C. Bryan, W. A. C. Bryan, James C. Bentley, and John M. Cannon Correspondence
1907
23
Mrs. S. H. Kimball, George Kimball, George W. Teasdale, and Rose Correspondence
1917-1936
24
Emily Teasdale, G. T., Lileth, Rose, James Picton, Mrs. Teasdale, Elizabeth Galbraith, Tilly Teasdale, Mrs. Louie Ostler, Marion, Elmina S. Tatlor, and Other Correspondence
1895
2
Family Correspondence, Alphabetical
1880-1935
Folder
1
James and Jane Picton
1888-1892
2
Frank Teasdale
1880-1910
3
George E. Teasdale
1880-1883
4
James P. Teasdale
1895-1904
5
Jennie Teasdale
1889-1911
6-16
Letitia Teasdale
These folders include correspondence between Letitia and Rose Thomas Kimball, George W. Teasdale, Daniel H. Thomas, Maria H. Thomas, and Seth H. Thomas.
1897-1935
17
Lorenzo Teasdale
1910
3
Family Correspondence, Alphabetical
1878-1934
Folder
1-3
Russell P. Teasdale
1886-1904
4
Daniel H. Thomas
1902-1903
5-7
Maria H. Thomas
1878-1907
8
Seth H. Thomas
1909-1934

II. Personal And Family DocumentsReturn to Top

The materials in this section have remained grouped together according to the arrangement of the donor. Most of the documents in box 4 are originals while those in boxes 5 and 6 are photocopies. The newspapers in box 6 are reprints of the original papers.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
4
Personal and Family Documents
1855-1984
Folder
1
George Teasdale Autobiography, Photocopy and Typescript
1885
2
George Teasdlae Patriarchal Blessings
1867-1902
3
Patriarchal Blessings
This folder contains Patriarchal Blessings regarding Lillias Jane Picton Teasdale, Matilda (Tilly) Ellen Picton Teasdale, Mary Lorette (Ettie) Picton Teasdale, George W. Teasdale, James Picton Teasdale, Jane Picton.
1855-1892
4
Missionary Blessings
This folder includes blessings for George Teasdale, James Picton Teasdale, and Russell Picton Teasdale.
1883-1902
5
Ordinations
Included is the written ordination for Teasdale's appointment to the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles.
1860-1882
6
Certificates
1875-1900
7
Agreements
1864
8
Promissory Notes
1875-1904
9-14
Property Deeds and Sales
Included in these folders is a deed concerning some of Brigham Young's property.
1866-1915
15
Assessments and Taxes
1860-1914
16
Financial Documents
1860-1906
17
Receipts
1873-1907
18
LDS Gold Bond Certificate
1898
19
Nephi Co-operative Mill and Manufacturing Company
This folder contains stock certificates, articles of agreement, and financial information.
1870-1880
20
Levan Co-operative Mercantile Institution, Stock Certificates
1890
21
Notes and Spanish Translations
22
Business Cards
23
James Gledhill, "Acrostic on George Teasdale"
1883
24-28
Letitia Teasdale
This folder contains tax, insurance, and financial information, as well as Letitia Teasdale's patriarchal blessings.
1899-1920
29
Seth Teasdale
This folder contains Seth Teasdale's genealogy charts, artwork, and Christmas music.
1984
30
Orilia Christine Hansen, Biographical Sketch
31
Personal and Family Documents
5
Memorabilia and Publications
1857-1899
Folder
1
Printed Revelation of John Taylor
1882
2
Salt Lake Temple Dedication Admittance Pass
1893
3
Central Park No. 4 Carriage Service, Information Handout
4
American and Guion Ship Lines
1890
5
Advertisement
6
"General Instructions"
This is a photocopy of the original document; these instructions were generated by the LDS Church to guide members serving in various capacities in the British Isles.
1857
7
"Last Public Address of the Prophet Joseph Smith, Delivered before the Nauvoo Legion"
This work was compiled by George A. Smith.
1844
8
Joseph E. Robinson, "Road to Zion"
9
Historical and Descriptive Sketch of the Salt Lake Temple
1893
10-14
Deseret Evening News
1898-1899
15
Eureka Democrat
1897
16
Republic
1898
17
Salt Lake Herald
1870
18-19
Salt Lake Tribune
1897-1899
6
Oversize Newspaper Reprints
These reprints include The Boston and Country Gazette Journal, The New York Morning Post, and The Millard County Blade.
1770-1895

III. Diaries And Letterpress BooksReturn to Top

This entire section consists of photocopies made from microfilm of the materials listed. The copies parallel the original microfilm reels in arrangement. There are some instances where the original documents were damaged or simply unreadable, thus making poor quality copies. The diaries, spanning boxes 7 to 23, not only contain day-to-day accounts, but may also contain notes and financial information. For example, folder 4 of box 7 also includes a history of the priesthood. Most of the dates listed for the diaries are correct but others are approximate because Teasdale overlapped dates in several of his diaries. The same holds true for the letterpress books located in boxes 24 through 28. These books are in basic chronological order, but individual letters may be misplaced, as they are on the original microfilm. They have been left in that state to maintain the page number order of the books. For the most part, each letterpress book contains lists of names and other information at the beginning of the book, before the actual letters. All of this information has been copied but only the letters are listed in this inventory. Names listed are as correct as possible. Some letter fragments can be found in the books and were listed where possible. NO PHOTOCOPYING OF MATERIAL IN BOXES 7-31.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
7
Diaries
1853-1876
8
Diaries
1875-1878
9
Diaries
1878-1879
10
Diaries
1879-1880
11
Diaries
1880-1881
12
Diaries
1881-1882
13
Diaries
1883
14
Diaries
1884-1885
15
Diaries
1885-1886
16
Diaries
1886-1888
17
Diaries
1888-1893
18
Diaries
1893-1894
19
Diaries
1895-1898
20
Diaries
1898-1900
21
Diaries
1900-1902
22
Diaries
1902-1906
23
Diaries
1904-1906
24
Letterpress Books
1868-1887
Folder
1-7
Letterpress Book
These folders contain correspondence with George Anderson, Mrs. J. Anderson, Langley A. Bailey, Henry J. Ballard, Franklin S. Bramwell, John Barker, Eliza Batt, F. B. Bosanquet, Henry Nott Bower, Bowering, Franklin S. Bramwell, Thomas W. Brookbank, Henry W. Brown, John W. Brown, Joseph Burkinshaw, D. P. Callister, George Q. Cannon, Lewis M. Cannon, Samuel Cant, James J. Chandler, A. S. Charley, John E. Clark, Selden Clawson, H. B. Clemons, E. D. Clyde, John H. Cooper, R. Davidson, E. Davis, Thomas F. Fisher, N. C. Flygare, Rob H. Ford, W. H. Foster, James P. Freeze, Joseph Graham, Heber J. Grant, William Henderson, Thomas S. Higham, Ferdinand F. Hintze, S. S. Huish, James H. Hart, John I. Hart, Joseph Hyde, John R. Ingleby, Chariton H. Jacobs, James Jack, William Derby Johnson, Jr., Miss R. Jones, Samuel Jones, John H. Kelson, Charles Kingston, George Lake, Joseph Leaing, A. B. Lewis, Platte Lyman, Sylvestia and James P. Low, A. McFarland, John George Marshall, Simpson M. Molen, D. H. Morris, Levi Naylor, John E. Pace, William Paxman, Charles W. Penrose, William Price, Joseph Pulitzer, Brother Rawle, Mary Redfearn, T. Redfearn, George Reynolds, Franklin D. Richards, W. B. Richards, John W. Saunders, Charles R. Savage, F. W. Schoenfeld, Nephi G. Schofield, James Sharp, Joseph Sherwood, George A. Smith, Jesse N. Smith, Lot Smith, Eliza R. Snow, James P. Sow, Joseph Stomford, Joseph M. Tanner, John Taylor, T. E. Taylor, Emily Teasdale, Frank Teasdale, George Teasdale, George E. Teasdale, Harriet Teasdale, James Teasdale, Russell Teasdale, Moses Thatcher, Daniel F. Thomas, John Thomas, John W. T. Volker, C. Walsh, Henry Walsh, W. Watterson, John Watson, Thomas G. Webber, Daniel H. Wells, David Williams, E. H. Williams, Robert Wilson, Beulah A. Woodruff, Wilford Woodruff, Brigham Young, Joseph Young, and others. Folder two also contains Daniel H. Wells remarks at the funeral of Emily Teasdale.
1868-1869
25
Letterpress Books
1887-1889
Folder
1-7
Letterpress Book
These folders contain correspondence with Langley A. Bailey, C. H. Barrell, Thomas E. Bassett, Thomas Beard, Ed Bennett, James Betteridge, Joseph Betts, S. A. Blair, Samuel R. Brough, Henry W. Brown, John W. Brown, John T. Caine, John E. Clark, Joseph Corah, Mayhew H. Dalley, George W. Drives, Joseph Eckersley, Messrs. Egerton, Morgan Evans, E. B. H. Ferguson, Christian D. Fjeldsted, N. C. Flygare, P. W. Gibson, Ada L. Goodall, E. G. Gowans, F. C. Griggs, George G. Hales, W. H. Harland, James H. Hart, John Hayes, E. J. Head, J. A. Hendrickson, Ferdinand F. Hintze, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Ingleby, William Derby Johnson, Samuel S. Jones, Joseph Leaing, Francis M. Lyman, James Mack, Jason Mack, David McKenzie, Robert McQuarrie, L. F. Monch, D. H. Morris, Levi Naylor, L. John Nuttall, Robert W. Owen, James L. Patterson, H. M. Payne, Job Pingree, Alfred Pollard, George Ramsden, George Reynolds, Hyrum Ricks, Isaac J. Riddle, Franklin D. Richards, Charles R. Savage, Isaac Sears, F. W. Schoenfeld, J. M. Sjodahl, E. L. Sloan, Joseph F. Smith, Smith & Co., William C. Spence, John U. Stucki, Dellie Teasdale, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Teasdale, James Teasdale, Russell Teasdale, Moses Thatcher, John Thomas, James T. Thorn, Henry G. Tuckett, John W. T. Volker, James Wallis, Henry Walsh, S. T. Whitaker, David Williams, John R. Winder, Beulah A. Woodruff, Emma Woodruff, Wilford Woodruff, and others.
1887-1889
26
Letterpress Books
1889-1890
Folder
1-7
Letterpress Book
These folders contain correspondence with Thomas Alston, Langley A. Bailey, Thomas E. Bassett, John S. Baugh, George H. Baugh, Joseph Bell, Joseph Betts, Alma M. Blanchard, Samuel R. Brough, Francis A. Brown, Thomas D. Brown, Charles S. Burton, J. T. Clark, William Moore Claydon, John H. Cooper, Edward A. Cottrell, Hannah Crutchley, Henry H. Dalrymple, Alma C. Davis, Y. F. Dieterle, W. G. Duncan, George Easton, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Everard, C. D. Fjeldsted, F. R. Galbraith, Richard Galbraith, P. W. Gibson, G. Gran, Samuel Haddock, J. H. Hall, J. C. Hansen, Mrs. M. A. Hardy, John H. Hayes, L. S. Hills, Ferdinand F. Hintze, John R. Hulet, R. H. Huntes, Philip Hurst, John L. Jenkins, James Jack, William Derby Johnson, Jr., Edward Kay, John T. Kay, Louis A. Kelsch, George Kirkham, Robert C. Knell, George C. Lambert, Joseph Leaing, Francis M. Lyman, Mrs. E. N. Macauley, A. M. Matthews, Abraham Maw, F. L. May, Duncan M. McAllister, May Mellos, Richard Morse, J. F. Noyes, William O'Neil, James L. Patterson, H. M. Payne, George F. Phillips, Alfred Pollard, John A. Quist, George Reynolds, Hyrum Ricks, Thomas E. Ricks, Franklin D. Richards, George Romney, Jr., John Russell, Marion Scoles, James Shaw, J. M. Sjodahl, E. L. Sloan, W. H. Smart, A. C. Smith, Joseph F. Smith, Thomas Spackman, Frederick Stauffer, William L. Stewart, Emily Stone, John U. Stucki, John Tait, Frank Teasdale, George Teasdale, Henry G. Tuckett, James Unsworth, W. T. Volker, Amelia J. Walker, Jane Walker, Thomas G. Webber, S. T. Whitaker, J. Whiteley, Annie Whittle, Wilford Woodruff, O. H. Worthington, Legrand Young, and others.
1889-1890
27
Letterpress Books
1890-1892
Folder
1-9
Letterpress Books
These folders contain correspondence with Walter Adams, Langley A. Bailey, Jennie Barker, George H. Baugh, John Beck, William Benson, George H. Bloom, Franklin S. Bramwell, Edward Brane, J. Broadbent, Samuel R. Brough, Henry W. Brown, Thomas D. Brown, William A. C. Bryan, Margaret Buchannan, Abraham H. Cannon, George Q. Cannon, Paul Caralli, John E. Clark, Ashley Cronmire, E. M. Curtis, James A. Cushing, M. N. Dalton, R. Dillman, W. B. Dougall, W. G. Duncan, George Easton, Joseph Eckersley, Mrs. Henry Edwards, Emma Ellerbeck, Henry Eyring, Winslow Farr, C. D. Fjeldsted, R. Garnett, James J. Golightly, E. H. Gowans, Alma H. Hales, D. E. Harris, James H. Hart, John H. Hayes, William D. Hendricks, Charles A. Hickenlooper, Walter Hoge, Lewis Hunt, Philip Hurst, James Jack, S. W. Jarvis, William Derby Johnson, Jr., Samuel S. Jones, L. I. Jordan, Jorgen Jorgensen, George C. Lambert, Joseph Leaing, C. W. Lymons, A. F. Macdonald, L. C. Mariger, Abraham Maw, Duncan M. McAllister, Robert Neslen, William Paxman, William B. Preston, Mr. Ramsden, George A. Remington, George Reynolds, Franklin D. Richards, Hyrum Ricks, Isaac J. Riddle, B. H. Roberts, Samuel Roskelley, Marion E. Scoles, N. H. Siebold, J. H. Siehalde, Jesse N. Smith, Joseph F. Smith, William Henry Solomon, Thomas Spackman, William C. Spence, Fred Stauffer, John U. Stucki, C. W. Symons, G. Price Tait, Frank Teasdale, George Teasdale, Russell Teasdale, R. Tenbroeck, Moses Thatcher, H. H. Thomas, John Thomas, Henry Tilley, Henry G. Tuckett, Thomas G. Webber, A. P. Welchman, Emmeline B. Wells, Junius F. Wells, S. W. Western, George C. Williams, Noah Williams, S. T. Whitaker, Brother Whiteley, Wilford Woodruff, Brigham Young, Jr., W. Hooper Young, and others.
1890-1892
28
Letterpress Books
1892-1897
Folder
1-6
Letterpress Book
These folders contain correspondence with Phoebe I. Allred, Langley A. Bailey, James C. Bentley, A. B. Call, Abraham H. Cannon, George Q. Cannon, A. B. Carlton, Frederick W. Chappell, Henry Cullum, A. J. Curtis, Mahew H. Dalley, Joseph Eckersley, Henry Eyring, Winslow Farr, Lorana Frontz, Richard Fry, W. H. Hendricks, Titinan Hilbish, Francis A. Howell, Anthony W. Ivins, James Jack, William D. Johnson, Jr., D. W. A. Jones, George C. Lambert, Brother Langley, H. H. Liebold, Anthon H. Lund, Francis M. Lyman, Karl G. Maeser, Duncan M. McAllister, Emma B. Norman, L. E. Odinga, William Paxman, William B. Preston, John J. Quinn, George Reynolds, Charles I. Robson, Miles P. Romney, Thomas C. Romney, Charles R. Savage, Marion Scoles, H. Scott, Jesse N. Smith, Henry Smoot, Martin C. Sorensen, William C. Spence, W. R. Stowell, George E. Teasdale, James Teasdale, Russell Teasdale, F. A. Wadleigh, Thomas G. Webber, Emmeline B. Wells, John W. Whingrate, George C. Williams, F. M. Winters, Wilford Woodruff, Brigham Young, Jr., and others.
1892-1897
29
Account and Financial Record Books
1859-1903
30
General Materials
1860-1900
Folder
1
Correspondence
This folder contains correspondence with F. M. Brown, Milton H. Hardy, James H. Hart, Francis M. Lyman, John D. McAllister, David Picton, C. G. Stoney, George E. Teasdale, Junius F. Wells, and others.
1860-1900
2-3
Board of Trade Journal
1879
4
Missionary Appointment Book for Juab Stake
1881-1882
5
Elders' Conferences Record Book
1887-1890
6
Recipe Book
7
Food and Supplies Record Book
8
Food Expenses Record Book
1879-1890
9
Liverpool Emigration Record Book
1869
10
Record Book
1898
11-13
Day Books
1889-1902
14
Memoranda Notebook
1885-1886
15
Hannah Sorensen, "Lecture Notes on Obstetrics and Midwifery"
1889
16
Genealogy Notes
31
General Materials
1890
Folder
1
Catechisms
2
LDS Church Publications Subscriptions and Spanish Translations
1894-1895
3
Catalogue of Church Publications
4
Dr. Nichols, Beacon Light: Physiology for the Young
5
Joshua H. Paul, First Principles of the True Gospel of Christ
6
Joshua H. Paul, Scriptural Revelations of the Universal Apostasy
7
George Teasdale, Glad Tidings of Great Joy
8
Two Sermons
This one tract contains both George Teasdale's "Latter-day Saints Have Words of Eternal Life" and Parley P. Pratt's "Mormonism."
9
George Teasdale, Restoration of the Everlasting Gospel
10
Edwin F. Parry, Beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ
11
Miscellaneous

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Mormon Church--Apostles
  • Mormon Church--History--19th century--Sources
  • Mormon Church--Missions
  • Mormons--Diaries
  • Mormons--Missionary experiences
  • Personal Names :
  • Teasdale, George, 1831-1907
  • Geographical Names :
  • Utah--Genealogy
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Financial records
  • Genealogies
  • Memorabilia