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    Part of Letter from Charles A. Matthews, 2 September 1894

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    Answered Sept 10 [18]94 Matthews Ward Sept 2nd 1894 Safford Graham Co Arizona President Woodruff Dear Brother Yours of the 18 of august at hand and I will say in reply or in answer to the call made of me that I am ready and on hand and all that will detain me that I am aware of is means to take me to my field of Labor. I cannot raise the money my self but I have faith the Lord will make up the deficiency. Kindly advise me How much it
    Dates:
    September 2, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles A. Matthews, 2 September 1894

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    Your Brother in the Gospel of Christe Chas' A. Matthews Pima P.O. Graham co Arizona Bp D. H. Matthews Please give him the informatio he desires. J. F. S. Southern States. [Upside down text] Chas. A. Matthews Sept 2 [18]94. [End upside down text] ...
    Dates:
    September 2, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles A. Olsen, 26 January 1894

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    Spring city Jan 26th 1894 President Woodruff Dear Brother I Received your letter of the 19 Inst Requsting me to Fulfill a mission to Scandinavia Which I am Sorry to say I can not do at the time apointed I have balenced my accounts and am so far behind That I can not ar^r^ange my affairs to leave at as early a date as you have appointed as an Elder I feel to respond to any call made of me and will do my best to get my accounts strate as soon ...
    Dates:
    January 26, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles A. Olsen, 26 January 1894

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    Your Humble Servent Charles A Olsen January 27th 1894 I think Bro Olsen will get redy as soon as posted and Report yours truly James A. Allred Bishop I hope so. J. F. S. [Upside down text] Chas A. Olsen Jan. 26 [18]94 [End upside down text] ...
    Dates:
    January 27, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles E. Jensen, 16 November 1894

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    Riverton Nov 16 the 1894 President Woodruff Dear Brother On the Second of November I Received a call for a mission to Samoa Which was acording to the Desier of my hart and by the help of god I will be ready at the appointed time your Brother In the gospel Charles E. Jensen OK. J. F. S. I take great pleasure In endorsing Brother Jensen he is a good young Man and a Worthy Elder ...
    Dates:
    November 16, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles E. Jensen, 16 November 1894

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    Chas. E. Jensen Nov. 16 [18]94
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    Part of Letter from Charles E. Lloyd, 28 January 1894

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    Logan ^Wellsvill^, Cache Co., Utah, January 28 1894 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother your letter was received January 13th, [18]94 found me in rather dificult circumstances but with the help of the Lord I will try to be ready at the time apointed to Go upon my mission trusting all will turn out all right I remain your Brother in the Gospel Charles. E. Lloyd. Wellsville Jan. 29 - 1894 I Endorse the above as corect. Bro Lloyd is a worthy young Latter ...
    Dates:
    January 28, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles E. Lloyd, 28 January 1894

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    Chas E. Lloyd Jany. 28 [18]94.
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    Part of Letter from Charles G. Patterson, 27 March 1894

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    American Fork, Utah, Mch. 27, [18]94. Wilford Woodruff, President of Church of Latter Day Saints. Salt Lake City Dear Brother, - Your communi- cation of March 22nd, notifying me of my calling as a Missionary to Southern States, to hand. I know of no obstacle to hinder me from accepting. Will make arraingements to start on the date named (July 7th.). Your Brother, Chas. G. Patterson. Bishop W D Robinson good
    Dates:
    March 27, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles G. Patterson, 27 March 1894

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    Chas G. Patterson March 24 [18]94
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    Part of Letter from Charles L. Crawford, 15 March 1894

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    Spring City, Mar 15 [18]94 Presdt Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City, Utah Dear Brother: Replying to your letter of Jan 20th will say: It is my sincere desire to comply with your wishes and offer my services as a missionary, but at the present time my circumstances and affairs are in such a shape as to make it next to impossible for me to go now, or at the time you state in letter. I should very much like an extention of time, and if granted shall endeavor to so shape my affairs ...
    Dates:
    March 15, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles L. Crawford, 15 March 1894

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    March 16th 1894 I find Bro. Charls Crawfort is more invoved in debt then I expected it is all most impossible to sell property for cash your Bro in the Gospel James A. Allred, Bishop [upside-down text]Chas L. Crawforth Mar 15 [18]94 [end of upside-down text] ...
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    Part of Letter from Charles Lundgren, 16 April 1894

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    OFFICE OF JOSEPH CHRISTIANSEN, DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. GRAIN, FLOUR, AND FURNITURE. ALSO DEALER IN FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Mayfield, Utah, April 16th 1894 President Willford Woodruf Salt Lake City Dear Brother: In answer the the call made upon me to go upon a mission to Scandinavia I will say that I will be in Salt Lake City on the 20th inst. prepared to go with the Company that is to leave on the 21st. Your Brother in the Gospel ...
    Dates:
    April 16, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles Lundgren, 16 April 1894

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    Chas Lundgren April 16 [18]94
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    Part of Letter from Charles McConkie, 4 March 1894

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    Moab Grand March ^4th^ Co utah 1894 Brother Woodruff Can a person go through the temple at conference
    Dates:
    March 4, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles McConkie, 4 March 1894

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    time Your Bro Charles McConkie Chas McConkie March 4 [18]94
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    Part of Letter from Charles S. Crow, 10 February 1894

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    Salt Lake City. Feb 10, [18]94. President W. Woodruff Dear Brother Your favor of the 2nd received stating that I have been named as a missionary to Australasia. In reply will say that I am willing to go and with the help of the Lord will do the best I can, although I feel my weakness and inability to perform so important a labor. Will endeavor to be ready by the time designated. Very Respectfully Your Brother Chas S. Crow
    Dates:
    February 10, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles S. Crow, 10 February 1894

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    Chas S. Crow Feb. 10 [18]94
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    Part of Letter from Charles S. Haight, 23 December 1894

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    OFFICE OF THE President of Cassia Stake of Zion. Oakley, Cassia Co., Idaho, Dec 23rd. 1894. President Wilford Woodruff. Salt Lake City. Dear Brother: Your letter dated Dec. 19 has been received and contents noted. If all is well I shall present myself at the Historians Office at the time appointed, to be set apart for my mission. Your obedient servant, Charles L. Haight. John L Smith Jr. Very good J. F S. ...
    Dates:
    December 23, 1894
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    Part of Letter from Charles S. Haight, 23 December 1894

    Excerpt:
    Chas. L. Haight Dec. 23 [18]94