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B. H. Roberts Society records

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The B. H. Roberts Society records contain announcements, clippings, and correspondence related to panel discussions and lectures sponsored by the Society. This organization was established in 1980 and is dedicated to the study of timely issues in Mormonism.
 
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Luther E. Eggersten papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Luther E. Eggersten papers (1914-1999) contain letters of Eggersten to his sister, Algie Eggersten Ballif, Luther E. ("Bud") Eggersten, his parents, Lars and Annie Eggersten, and to Kimball Young. Part of the collection deals with Eggersten's view of the theology of the LDS Church. Eggersten was a lawyer and worked at various jobs in Portland, Oregon. He was born into an LDS family, but later left the LDS Church.
 
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Charles Smith Merrill papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Charles Smith Merrill papers, 1968-1982, consist of personal papers, writings (mainly poetry), and research notes from Mormon doctrinal studies. Also included, are genealogical research materials relative to the Cardy and Crouch families. Charles Smith Merrill resided primarily in Salt Lake City and established various businesses, including the Lake Hills Cemetery, Guardian Benefit Insurance Co., Merrill Manor Mills, Bengal Mining Co., Empire Realty, Farmers' Alliance, and the Merrill Farms and Dairy.
 
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Grant H. Palmer papers

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:The Grant H. Palmer papers (1788-2015) contain LDS seminary and institute lecture notes, documents on the LDS Church, correspondence, book manuscripts, articles, and drawings. Grant H. Palmer (b. 1940) worked for the Church Educational System (CES) of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) for several years. After retiring, he wrote two books, An Insider's View of Mormon Origins and The Incomparable Jesus.
 
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Prolegomena

Repository:University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Summary:Prolegomena is an anonymous discussion of Mormonism during the Brigham Young period, intended to be strictly impartial and a letter to a Mormon Gentleman (also unidentified) asking for answers to specific questions about Mormonism with a detailed answer to the questions. The replies given express highly favorable views of the LDS religion and of Brigham Young, explaining the Mormon beliefs in the Old and New Testaments, the belief that they are a chosen people, and the wish to be accepted by the outside world.

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