Correspondence with Mormon Church leaders and Utah government officials, genealogies, histories, patriarchal blessings, autobiographies, scrapbooks, mementoes, photographs, yearbooks, and publications. The items relate to Muir and his family, his teaching and his business careers, and his work in the Mormon Church.; Biographical History; Leo J. Muir papers from birth to graduation from University of Utah; Leo J. Muir papers; Leo J. Muir papers from beginning of teaching career at Catlegate, Utah, to departure from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, CA.; Leo J. Muir papers; Leo J. Muir photograph of Bountiful schools; Henry H. Rolapp letter; Leo J. Muir certificates and diplomas; Leo J. Muir correspondence on public education; Leo J. Muir papers on public service; Leo J. Muir history of Bountiful, Utah; Leo J. Muir papers occupational and church endeavors in California; Leo J. Muir papers; Los Angeles Stake Presidency correspondence; Los Angeles Stake Presidency papers on The Improvement Era.; Los Angeles Stake Presidency photographs; Los Angeles Stake Presidency newspapers; Los Angeles Stake Presidency printed programs; Leo J. Muir papers while in Los Angeles Stake Presidency; Leo J. Muir correspondence and articles; Leo J. Muir certificates; Leo J. Muir correspondence on public service and polictical activity; Leo J. Muir correspondence and mementos on life insurance; Leo K. Muir testimonial at Bountiful, Utah; Leo J. Muir papers as Northern States mission president; Leo J. Muir directory of Northern States missionaries; Leo J. Muir mission publication The Guide; Leo J. Muir mission publication Historical Review; Leo J. Muir missionary study outlines; Leo J. Muir material for a public address; Leo J. Muir correspondence; Leo J. Muir correspondence A-Z; Leo J. Muir papers from release from mission field to retirement from occupational life and later activities in writing field, church and public service; Leo J. Muir biological sketch; Leo J. Muir papers on A Century of Mormonism in Southern California; Leo J. Muir papers on church service; Leo J. Muir correspondence with LDS church officials; Leo J. Muir general correspondence; Leo J. Muir annual greetings; Leo J. Muir papers on Sons of Utah Pioneers; Leo J. Muir papers on Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial; Architect sketches of Fort Moore Pioneer Memorial at Los Angeles; Leo J. Muir addresses and articles; Leo J. Muir benediction at Democratic National Convention; Leo J. Muir material and correspondence on funeral sermons and Forest Lawn; Leo J. Muir mementos from Los Angeles area; Leo J. Muir material from marriage ceremonies; Leo J. Muir correspondence on family biographies; Leo J. Muir honors and recognition; Leo J. Muir certificates and mementos; Leo J. Muir correspondence from Dr. S. Lyman Tyler; Leo J. Muir card library of choice writings; Leo J. Muir card library of choice writings on 4 X 6 cards; September Sunflowers, Composition of Prose and Poetry; Bountiful high school year bookThe Blue and White; Davis high school year books The Davis and The D Book; Contains a biographical sketch of Leo J. Muir from his birth to graduation from the University of Utah and the book The Life of William Smith Muir, His Forebears, Wifes and Posterity, 1469-1956, edited by Leo J. Muir. Photos are of William S. and Lucy Muir Family (Leo J. Muir's parents) in front of Muir home about 1885, and Univeristy of Utah Class picture, 1888.; Commends Leo J. Muir on contribution to Parents Class movement in the LDS Church.; Univeristy of Utah and the State of Utah.; Correspondence while state superintendent of Public Instruction for Utah, A-Z. Included among signatures are John A. Widtsoe, Henry Blood, William Fry, Howard R. Driggs, Utah Governor Simon Bamberger and Charles R. Mabey, L. John Nuttall, Joseph K. Nicholas, Elmer G. Peterson, Adam S. Bennion. Also an aticle and address on subject of teachers by Leo J. Muir.; Personal Correspondence, 1914-1922; List of appointments and positions filled by Leo Muir in 1917, other assignments as cited in souvenir publications, 1906-1921.; Includes History of West Bountiful Ward, 1848-1931; photo of West Bountiful Ward Sunday School officers and teachers, 1905; and Bountiful's 90 Year Old Tabernacle, address delivered by Angus Smedley, in Bountiful First Ward, 1953.; Church leaders, A-Z. Signatures include J. Golden Kimball, Richard R. Lyman, Joseph Fielding Smith, Heber J. Grant, John A. Widtsoe, David O. McKay, Albert E. Bowen, Sylvester Q. Cannon, Charles A. Callis, Rudger Clawson, George Albert Smith, Adam S. Bennion, Anthony W. Ivins, Charles W. Nibley.; Correspondence, article by Leo J. Muir, and reports about the Era Campaign.; Church organizations and events.; California Intermountain Weekly News 1935 March 21 issue; editorials by Leo J. Muir, editor and publisher. Correspondence includes letter from Richard R. Lyman, 1936; Dedication of stake centers and ward chapels, printed programs of ward and stake anniversary programs, and receptions, .; Text of Leo J. Muir's Church of the Air address, 1934 November 18, and correspondence; text of address delivered to California College of Commerce, 1930; newsclipping of Salt Lake Tabernacle address, 1930.; Correspondence relative to Flashes from the Eternal Semaphore and Upward Reach. Signatures include Orson F. Whitney, Franklin S. Harris, George H. Brimhall, David O. McKay, Stephen L. Richards; Appointment as president of Los Angeles Stake signed by President Heber J. Grant, 1927. Charter member of Commercial Club of California.; Correspondence, 1924-1938. Includes signatures by Utah Governores Charles Mabey, George H. Dern, and Henry H. Blood; and Adam S. Bennion, Jack Dempsy, Culbert L. Olson, Senator William G. McAdoo. Also publications.; America Must Put on Armor of God, by President Leo J. Muir. Includes photo of mission chorus, newspaper clippings, opinions about the broadcast, and correspondence.; Correspondence, A-Z. Two letters from President Heber J. Grant refer to the following: Little heed given to politics of a prophet by members of the church, 1941 September 22; and to former President of the Brigham Young University Benjamin Cluff, Jr. concerning the No. 1 mission of BYU and all of the church schools, 1941 June 10.; Among signatures are Congressman Jerry Voorhis of California, Henry H. Blood, Geroge Romney, Charles R. Mabey, A. Ray Opin, Governor Herbert B. Maw, Jonathan Golden Kimball, Jr. Also included are 3 scrapbooks of Northern States Mission photos, newspaper clippings, mementoes, printed programs, etc.; Missionary work with Jewish people of Southern California and other church assignments, includes minutes of meetings, correspondence, lesson material and other church assignments.; Correspondence, Report of Committee, printed program, remarks of Leo J. Muir in presenting to Mrs. May Belle T. Davis the award of BYU alumni association, 1959 October 26, which outlines in detail the service Mrs. Davis rendered in promoting the Mormon Battalion monuments in Salt Lake and Los Angeles Civic Center.; Includes Tomorrow's Challenge to Higher Education, Franklin D. Roosevelt - Servant of God published in California Intermountain News, and other miscellaneous writings.; Photo of Leo J. Muir and Hollis Burt, 1951. Letter from President David O. McKay authorizes Leo J. Muir to perform civil marriage, 1961 and letter from Richard C. Walter, 1938.; Series title, I Have a Treasure to Share. Correspondence, 1958-1964. Also typed article, Building Your Personal Enrichment File.; By Charles R. Mabey, with introduction by Leo J. Muir.
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