Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains loose photographs, a photograph album, drawings, and a patent created by Charles Ellis Johnson, F. Day, and others. The items, collected by Lyndon W. Cook, Jr., were created in Salt Lake City, Utah, Nauvoo, Illinois, and Jerusalem between the dates of 1850 and 1936.
This photograph collection of Charles Ellis Johnson is the work of the well-known, premier nineteenth century Utah photographers. It contains photographs in and around the Salt Lake City area, including the Salt Lake City Temple, Mormon Tabernacle, downtown areas, and Brigham Young Monument. Its cultural, historic, and artistic value cannot be over-estimated.
This collection consists of materials collected by Bruce Plenk. It includes personal papers; materials related to his involvement in peace activism; Vietnam demonstration at the University of Utah, litigation against the MX nuclear missiles being stored in Utah, and his work with March for the Americas demonstrations; writings and other sources; newspaper clippings; photographs court documents; letters; brochures; and posters.
Collection contains materials collected by and about the John Varah Long family, his descendants, and their families. The majority the collection is from the Hance and Watson families. Material types include: photographs, negatives, scrapbooks, personal papers, correspondence, paintings, legal documents, deeds, mining documents, blueprints, genealogical records, stock certificates, bills, receipts, checks, report cards, certificates, and other miscellaneous items.