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Erastus G. Farmer was born in Florence, Nebraska in a covered wagon en-route to Salt Lake City on June 29, 1861. He lived most of his life in Idaho and was an active member of the LDS church, serving as a missionary, a bishop, and a high councilman for 10 years. He died on July 31, 1937.
This collection consists of 8 day books written by Erastus G. Farmer between the years 1898 and 1921. They contain information about his work and finances, but are mainly notes on different LDS meetings (who spoke and what was said). The day books are arranged in roughly chronological order.
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Erastus G. Farmer papers, 1898-1922. (COLL MSS 251) Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.
|1||1||Daybook dated||Unspecified year August 5 - January 31|
|1||2||Daybook dated||1898 January 9 - 1898 December 30|
|1||3||Daybook dated||1900 September 11 - 1901 November 4|
|1||4||Daybook dated||1901 November 4 - 1903 August 2|
|1||5||Daybook dated||1904 November 12 - 1911 March 4|
|1||6||Daybook dated||1911 April 29 - 1915 February 28|
|1||7||Daybook dated||1921 June 8 - August 14|
|1||8||Daybook dated||1917 January 8 - 1918 January 26|