The Carl Madsen Bradt papers (1857-1922) contain a transcript of an autobiography of Carl Madsen Bradt. Bradt was born in Denmark in 1857. He joined the LDS Church in 1877 and served three LDS missions to Denmark during the 1900s. Part of the autobiography is a short history of his second wife, Annie Crane Madsen.
The Joseph W. McMurrin papers (1896-1925) consist of his diaries, three notebooks of quotations and ideas for talks, typed notes on notecards, the 1930 Messenger: San Francisco Stake of Zion, and miscellaneous newspaper clippings. Joseph W. McMurrin (1858-1932) was the son of Joseph McMurrin and Margaret Leaning. He was ordained a Seventy in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in 1884 and sustained as one of the First Seven Presidents (becoming a General Authority of the LDS Church) in October 1897 and served until his death in October 1932.