Collection includes a handwritten autobiography and diary written by Ward E. Pack between 1854 and 1876. His accounts include family histories, descriptions of his trek to Utah, his activities in Summit County, Utah, and his experiences on missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii and the Eastern States. Journals also include genealogical information written by his daughter. Also included are letters from John Pack, Ward's father, telling about the migration to Utah in 1847, and miscellaneous clippings and ephemera from 1900 to 1932.; Biographical History; Ward E. Pack autobiography and journals; Ward E. Pack autobiography photocopy; Typescript of Ward E. Pack autobiography; Ward E. Pack journal photocopy; Ward E. Pack memorabilia; John Pack letters; Journal (2 vols.) of Ward E. Pack containing (vol. 1) autobiographical sketch; family history and genealogy, 1807-1935; patriarchal blessings given in the Kirtland Temple by Joseph Smith, Sr. in 1837; Mormon emigration, 1862; Utah legislature and Summit County political history; and accounts of missionary experiences, travels, and descriptions while in the Sandwich Islands, 1854-56, and the Eastern States, 1869-70; (vol. 2) Sandwich Islands mission, 1856-67.; Photocopy of autobiography in box 1 folder 1.; Typescript of autobiography in box 1 folder 1.; Photocopy of biography in box 1 folder 1.; Includes newspaper clippings from 1907 to 1932, a receipt, and a political convention ribbon from 1900. Also contains photocopies of the items.; Four letters by John Pack in 1847, describing his pioneer journey to Utah during the exodus West.
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