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Collection Title:

Mark R. Ashurst-McGee papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Mark Ashurst McGee papers (1989-2000) contains an article submitted to the Mormon History Association (MHA) by Ashurst-McGee titled "Joseph Smith, the Kinderhook Plates, and the Question of Revelation." This collection also contains journal excerpts from Ashurst McGee's mission to New Jersey for the LDS Church, and interview notes.
 
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David L. Bigler papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The David L. Bigler papers (1799-2016) consist of Bigler family materials, lectures, professional papers, correspondence, book reviews, manuscripts, documents, L.D.S. publications, newspaper clippings, journals, autobiographies, church mission records, scholarly articles, and research notes. Materials pertaining to several of Bigler's publications comprise the bulk of his papers.
 
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Brigham City ward, Navajo County, Arizona collection [photocopies]

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Brigham City ward, Navajo County, Arizona collection [photocopies] consist of a series of papers about settlement of the Little Colorado River by members of the United Order of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Included are two essays authored by S. C. Richardson of Mesa, Arizona, containing histories of the town and a map of the site with the names and locations of settlers' homes on the townsite. Also included is a newspaper article by Eliza M. Wakefield on the history of the town. These materials also concern the Wilford settlement.
 
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Rudger Clawson papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Rudger Clawson papers (1870-1943) consists of memoirs, autobiographical accounts, diaries, letter books, loose letters, scrapbooks, newspaper and periodical clippings, printed books and miscellaneous documents. Clawson was born in Salt Lake City a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) Church. He served a Mission to the Southern States that ended after his companion Joseph Standing was murdered by a mob in Georgia. Clawson practiced polygamy and was the first Mormon to be imprisoned for just over three years for the practice. After his release from prison he became the Stake President for the Box Elder Stake for the LDS Church. Then as an apostle in the Council of the Twelve Apostles which he did for 45 years until his death on 21 June 1943 at the age of 86.
 
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Cochranism collection

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Cochranism collection (circa 1816-1983) consists of photocopied primary and secondary sources on the life of Jacob Cochran and the sect which he founded, including photocopies of legal documents. Also included is correspondence to various libraries and institutions seeking information on Jacob Cochran and Cochranism, particularly on whether any members of the Cochran sect later joined the Mormon Church.
 
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Oliver Cowdrey papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Oliver Cowdrey papers (1833-1838) consist of forty-six letters written by Cowdrey for himself or for others. Oliver Cowdrey (1806-1850) was one of six original members of the Church of Christ, later called the Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and was a scribe to Joseph Smith.
 
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S. George Ellsworth speech

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The collection consists of a typescript of the speech, "The expansion of Mormonism: geographical considerations: address before the American Association of Geographers, Salt Lake City, Utah."
 
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Isaac Blair Evans papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Isaac Blair Evans papers (1911-1913) consist of a manuscript, research notes, and assorted materials.
 
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Hampton C. Godbe papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Hampton C. Godbe papers (1864-1990) consist of materials collected by Godbe documenting the life of his grandfather, William S. Godbe, in preparation for a proposed biography. Included are correspondence, notes, articles, and memorabilia. Also included are additional research notes of Hampton Godbe on other topics, as well as personal papers, memorabilia, and news clippings. Hampton Godbe was a Utah newspaper reporter and, later, the manager of Salt Lake City's Metropolitan Water District. His grandfather, William S. Godbe, was the leader of a group of Salt Lake City Mormons opposed to the leadership of Brigham Young, later known as the Godbeites or the Church of Zion.
 
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Marvin S. Hill papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Marvin S. Hill papers (1788-2006) consist of manuscripts, dissertations, theses, articles, correspondence, book reviews, papers, interviews, journals, documents, newspaper clippings, congressional proceedings, speeches, archival materials, microfilm, and cassettes.
 
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John Doyle Lee papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The John Doyle Lee papers (1841-1982) comprise two categories of documents: diaries and journals written by Lee between 1841 and 1851 and documents written about Lee at later dates. The latter category includes book excerpts, a legal document, and a research paper.
 
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Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner biography

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Mary Elizabeth Rollins Lightner biography (1936) details the life of Lightner (1818-1913), an early member of the LDS Church, by her granddaughter, Elsie B. Barrett.
 
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William E. McLellin papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The William E. McLellin papers (1831-2008) consist of correspondence, and typescripts of this correspondence by the Reorganized Church of Latter Day Saints History Commission. It also contains news clippings and articles about McLellin (1806-1883) and his misadventures concerning the LDS Church. McLellin joined the LDS Church in 1831 and was appointed one of the first apostles in 1835. He was excommunicated in 1838 and spent the next forty-five years in and out of various LDS splinter groups.
 
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Native Born prophecy

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Native Born prophecy consists of an undated two-page "prophecy" foretelling the destruction of the United States for alleged wickedness toward the Mormons. It is addressed to "Thomas, West, Baskin and all other despotic, tyrannical, fools..." and signed "Native Born."
 
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Gilbert R. Oberdas research paper

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Gilbert R. Oberdas research paper (1969) is his senior seminar paper on the Voree Press, titled "The Voree Press: February 1846 to June 6, 1850."
 
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Earl E. Olson speech

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Earl E. Olson speech (1963) is titled "Mormon Colonization in Southern Utah." The speech was addressed to a University of Utah history class on 19 June 1963. Olson was a past librarian and archivist of the LDS Church.
 
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Guy Potter Mormon history collection

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Guy Potter Mormon history collection (1841-1976) contains photocopied correspondence, statements, statistics, lists, and journal excerpts regarding the Holy Order and the performance of Second Anointings in the LDS Church. Included are correspondence from Brigham Young, John Taylor, Heber J. Grant, and Wilford Woodruff, as well as statements by Joseph Smith, Joseph F. Smith, and Brigham Young. Also included are photocopies of diaries and typed copies of diaries taken from published sources. The collection also includes various lists and statistics concerning the Holy Order and participants in Mormon Church activities at the Manti Temple and in Nauvoo.
 
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John W. Rigdon lecture

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The John W. Rigdon lecture (1906) was written by Rigdon on the early history of the LDS Church. It is a reminiscent history of the Mormons, centered around the narrator's father, Sidney Rigdon. Rigdon describes events in Nauvoo and asserts that his father did not write the Book of Mormon.
 
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William C. Seifrit papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The William C. Seifrit papers (1848-1987) consist of research notes and writings by Seifrit. The bulk of the collection concerns the history of Utah, especially art and photographic history, documented by Seifrit on notecards and in notebooks. Information was taken mainly from early nineteenth century newspapers and magazines. Writings by Seifrit focus on Charles Henry Wilcken (1830-1915), a German deserter from Johnston's Army and friend of George Q. Cannon and Wilford Woodruff, as well as Wilcken's family.
 
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Thomas Taylor papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The Thomas Taylor papers contains photocopied articles of agreement, an autobiographical reminiscences of supervising Mormon emigration, and a photocopied obituary from the Salt Lake Tribune. Taylor was an agent for Brigham Young to manage the emigration of Mormons from New York to Salt Lake City, and an iron miner in Iron County, Utah.
 
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John Whitmer papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Summary:The John Whitmer papers (1831-1846) contains a typescript of Whitmer's history of the Mormon church by Pauline Hancock (of the now defunct Church of Christ). Also included is an excerpt from David Whitmer's pamphlet, "An Address to Believers in the Book of Mormon."

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