Gardo House, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 3

    Part of Religious – Dreams and Visions 1874–1886

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    on the other side of the vail. But the brethren do not know it, for none see them but you." At this moment the soldiers came and began to th take the brethren and lead them on the sidewalk in front of the stores and before the instruments above attended to. I soon began to hear the cries and groans of agony of the brethren and thought I would take a walk eastward towards the theatre to see what was going on in another part of the city. As I turned the corner of the ...
  • Page 316

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    April 10, 1878 The following property was Turned over to day By George Q. Cannon & Brigham Young and Albert Carrington Executors of the Esstate of President Brigham Young to John Taylor Trustee in Trust for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This property turned over was Church Property or to Pay Church Debts $ $ ct The Empire Mills 40000 Two offices of President Young 7000 Gordo House 100000 Theater ...
  • Page 5

    Part of Letter to John Taylor and Council, 11 August 1879

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    been Raging in the pine forest firs two months, burned 100 miles North & South & 50 East & West, caused the Brethren to fight fire for many Days to save dwellings & grass for States. I learned of the Mexican Missions from Br. Thatcher I have thought it might have been Well to have added August Wilkin to the Company as He has been in South America and is a good Spanish scholar & I think would have ...
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    Part of Letter from Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harding, 8 March 1890

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    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, P.O. BOX B. Salt Lake City, U. T. Mar. 8th 1890 Pres. Wilford Woodruff, Gardo House, Dear Bro.,: We are in receipt of the call made of us on the fifth inst., and can say in reply, we are re- ady to take our departure from here with the company who is to leave San Francisco on the fifth of April. Your Bro., and Sister, Mr and
    Dates:
    March 8, 1890
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    Part of Letter from W. Hooper Young, 10 March 1890

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    Salt Lake and Fort Douglas, Salt Lake and Eastern & Utah Western RAILWAYS. P. O. BOX, 422, EAGLE GATE. Secretary's Office. Salt Lake City, Utah, Mar 10th 1890 Pres Wilford Woodruff. Gardo House, City Dear Bro. Your com- munication calling me to a mission in Great Britian duly received. Would express my willingness to go and do the best I know how Hoping the Lord will be with you in your labors, I remain Yours ...
    Dates:
    March 10, 1890
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    Part of Letter from Edward Stevenson, 6 October 1891

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    I candidly beleive that David had in someway committed himself, so that the Lord did not wish him to come and receive his blessings in the House of the Lord. I have reasons to sustain this beleif— I have felt thus to express myself Thus on those subjects freely— The Brethren in Alberta are feeling well, and are much more united in their faith, without so much distinction and classification, as we have in our Babylonish Pride and Classifycation of S.L.C. and other older ...
  • Page 264

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Aprail 14 1883 At the close of the funeral we returned & took dinner with President Taylor at the Gordo House and at 4 oclok The Twelve & Seventy Met at the Apostles Room council House upon the subject of Electing a Man in the place of John Vancott But we did not accomplish it But adjourned to the call of the President {I went into the field and planted to night} April 15, 1883 ~ Sunday 15 Sunday I attended Meeting at 2 oclok ...
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    April 15, 1883 April 16, 1883 April 17, 1883 April 18, 1883 April 19, 1883 April 20, 1883
  • Page 288

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    July 18, 1883 ~ Wednesday July 18, 1883 [FIGURES] I receivd 3 letters to day from Hinkley & Ray & Foster I Attended council in the Gardo House in the forenoon on Land Matters. The Central Pacific Rail Road Company offered to sell to the Mormons all there lands in Utah Territory amounting to some 1,200000 Acres for about $1,000000 But on investigation it was shone that nine tenths of it was Mountain and Desert & could not ...
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    July 18, 1883 July 19, 1883 July 20, 1883 July 21, 1883 July 22, 1883
  • Page 228

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Nov 24, 1882 John Taylor spoke 40 M. we then drove to Springvill 12 Mils November 25, 1882 ~ Saturday 25 We held a Meeting at 10 oclok G Reynolds Prayed G Q Cannon spoke 37 M, W Woodruff 25 M, J Taylor 50 M we took cars in the Afternoon & rode to Salt Lake City 356 M November 26, 1882 ~ Sunday 26 Sunday I went to the Office and received ...
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    November 25, 1882 November 26, 1882 November 27, 1882 November 29, 1882 November 30, 1882
  • Page 210

    Part of Journal (February 1880 – December 1885)

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    Aug 22, 1882 we took car for S L City at 2 oclok and arived at SLC at 6.30 and spent the night at hoeme. Distance of the day 142 M August 23, 1882 ~ Wednesday 23d I received 3 Letters and wrote 1 Letter to Betsey Alvard [FIGURE] and sent her $2. I met in council at the Gordo House with the Presidency & 12 and then went to the Endowment House & had Prayers I spent the forenoon in ...
    Dates:
    August 23, 1882 August 24, 1882 August 25, 1882 August 26, 1882 August 27, 1882 August 28, 1882 August 29, 1882