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Amanda Benton Smith, "A short sketch of the trials of Mrs. Robert F. Smith at the killing of the Smiths, the Mormon's Prophet"

 Collection — Box: 81
Identifier: MS-SC1434
Scope and Contents Reminiscence of her experiences fleeing the town with her children after the Smiths were killed and the town was fearful of reprisal from the Mormons in Nauvoo. Handwritten copy and typescript.
Dates: Created: Undated

Jesse B. Thomas II papers

 Collection — Box: 90
Identifier: MS-SC1532
Scope and Contents Letter, Dec. 1830, to George M. Jones re: contest for the Secretary of the Senate; Kane elected U.S. Senator; circuit court system; references to Gov. Ninian Edwards (referred to as "Old Ninny") and Judges William Wilson, Thomas C. Browne, Samuel D. Lockwood, Stephenson and others. Summons, Nov. 1831, signed by Thomas for the Madison County Circuit Court in the case of Elijah Lincoln v. Joseph Smith. Letter, Oct 1844, to E.D. Baker re: his examination of Levi Williams and Thomas Sharp, charged...
Dates: Created: 1830 - 1844

Joseph Smith papers

 Collection — Box: 81
Identifier: MS-SC1432
Scope and Contents Letter, May 4, 1841, to Oliver Hotchkiss of Kirtland Ohio re: report to Dr. Gallard on the First Presidency, judgment on mortgage on House of the Lord, arrivals in Nauvoo and settlement of debt for "Plates". Letter Aug. 25, 1841, to Horace Hotchkiss, New Haven, Conn. re: payment of interest on Nauvoo land purchased from Hotchkiss and Smith Tuttle and arrangements for payment with Hyrum Smith and Isaac Galland. Letter, Oct. 9, 1841, to Smith Tuttle re: payment to Horace Hotchkiss and Tuttle, why...
Dates: Created: 1839 - 1844

Warren L. Van Dine papers

 Collection — Box: 93
Identifier: MS-SC1588
Scope and Contents Research paper, one handwritten and one typed, on Joseph Smith's candidacy for president of the United States, written while obtaining his B.A. from Iowa State University. Discusses the political activities in the state, those active in politics and how the Mormons, specifically Joseph Smith, fit into politics of the time. The article was published in fourteen installments in the "Hancock County Journal". Several other articles on Joseph Smith and the Mormons, research material used in writing...
Dates: Created: 1953 - 1954

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