Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter-Day Saints

Date Range: 1972-2001

 


ID Number: CS 106


 

ABSTRACT

This collection consists of historic touring brochures and informational booklet about the Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter-Day Saints philosophies and histories. It includes several articles, clippings and conference papers.

ACCESS

This collection is open to the public without restriction. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.

PREFERRED CITATION

Please credit the courtesy of University of Southern Indiana’s Archives and Special collections at David L. Rice Library.

SEARCH TERMS

Communal Living; Collective Settlements; Housing, Cooperative; Intentional Communities; Collective farms; Commune


 

INVENTORY

CONTAINER FOLDER DATE LOCATION

Folder 1

“Beaver Island King, Prophet and Editor: James Jesse Strang and the Northern Island.” Jean Hughes Raber. Michigan History Magazine; (September/October): 25-30

1991

20-D

Folder 1

“Being There: British Mormons and the History Trail.” Hildi Mitchell. Anthropology Today; (April): 9-14

2001

20-D

Folder 1

“Mormonism and Birth Planning: The Discrepancy Between Church Authorities’ Teachings and Lay Attitudes.” Donald W. Hastings, Charles H. Reynolds, Ray R. Canning. Population Studies; March: 19-28

1972

20-D

Folder 1

“Comparison of Family Activity in the Church of College Age Mormons Who Will Not Consider Interfaith Marriage With Those Who Will.” E.G. Follett.

1959

20-D

Folder 1

“The Psychology of Religious Genius: Joseph Smith and the Origins of New Religious Movements.” Lawrence Foster.

c1995

20-D

Folder 1

“Abandoning an Unpopular Policy: An Analysis of the Decision Granting the Mormon Priesthood to Blacks.” O. Kendall White Jr. and Daryl White. Sociological Analysis; (Fall): 231-244

1980

20-D

Folder 1

“The Enduring Role of the United Order in Mormon Life.” Leonard J. Arrington. Communal Studies Association Conference Nauvoo, Illinois

1992

20-D