The Lorenzo Hill Hatch journal typescripts (1855-1906) were prepared by Ruth Savage Hilton in 1958 of Hatch's journals. Lorenzo Hill Hatch (1826-1910) was a Mormon missionary, pioneer, and settler. He served as mayor of Lehi, as legislator of Utah and Idaho, and also founded a number of settlements in Arizona.
The Andrew L. Rogers papers consists of a photocopy of Roger's journal dating from 1882 to 1896. Andrew served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Arizona in 1876 and in Great Britain in 1910. Andrew died in 1943. The 288-page copy of the journal contains stories from Andrew's life, family history, and day-to-day accounts.
The Lot Smith papers (1857-1962) contain correspondence relating to Church matters, Smith's family, military orders. There are also government documents and records of the Mormon Church High Council in Tuba City, Arizona, Utah Territory, and Little Colorado Settlements in Arizona.