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Winslow Farr Smith, son of John Henry Smith and Sarah Farr, was born in Salt Lake City on January 19, 1881. From 1902 to 1905, Winslow served a mission in Switzerland and Germany. Ordained a member of the Seventy in 1906, he served as president of the Northern States Mission in Chicago from June 8, 1919 to February 1, 1923. Winslow taught Sunday school in the 18th Ward in Salt Lake City and was ordained a high priest in 1924, prior to serving as president of the Ensign Stake in Salt Lake City from 1924 to December 8, 1940.
Smith worked as a salesman for J.G. McDonald Candy Co. in 1902 and with the Salt Lake Knitting Works until called to the Northern States Mission in 1919. Winslow was vice-president and his brother George Albert Smith was president of Libby Investment Company, Salt Lake City in 1937.
On June 7, 1906, Winslow married Emily Whitney, daughter of Orson F. Whitney. In 1919 their three children were Whitney, Dorothy, and Virginia. Winslow died December 25, 1966>
The Winslow Farr Smith papers are comprised of the journals, personal papers, and financial records of Winslow Farr Smith (1881-), son of John Henry Smith and president of the Norther States Mission of the LDS Church from 1919 until 1923. The holograph journals document his LDS mission to Germany, 1902-1905, and continue through 1941. Financial records include personal finances and those of the Libby Investment Company, a family concern headed by George Albert Smith.
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Initial Citation: Winslow Farr Smith Papers USU_COLL MSS 246, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. Utah State University Merrill-Cazier Library. Logan, Utah.
Following Citations:USU_COLL MSS 246, USUSCA.
Consists of six holograph journals kept by Smith, mainly on his LDS Church mission to Germany (1902-1905).
Includes reminiscence of earlier years.
|1902 January 15 to 1902 November 8|
|1902 November 9 to 1903 August 7|
|1903 August 8 to 1904 August 31|
|1904 September 1 to 1905 January 31|
|1906 January 1 to 1920 December 31|
|1921 January 1 to 1941 August 10|
Consists of miscellaneous loose material, including photographs, contained in the pages of the journals. Photographs were removed to the photograph section (collection P0034). Arranged chronologically and in the order the materials occurred within each journal.
Loose manuscript material removed from Journal, volume 2
Loose manuscript material removed from Journal, volume 3
Consists of miscellaneous personal and legal documents. Arranged by document type.
Missionary farewell and Testimonial Programs
|1902, 1919, 1923, and 1940|
LDS Church ordination certificates and marriage certificate
|1897, 1906, 1907, and 1924|
|(1906, 1907, 1908, and 1914|
Miscellaneous legal and personal documents
(1 item and 8 pieces)
Funeral program of John Henry Smith
Miscellaneous notes on the lives of George Albert Smith, Oscar McConkie, et. al.
Includes personal finance registers, ledgers, and journals, as well as financial records of the Libby Investment Company. Arranged chronologically within record type.
Check and deposit register
(miscellaneous newspaper clippings)