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    Heber C. Kimball letters, 1840 August-September; 1855 December
    Call Number:
    MS 3276
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    Letter by Heber C. Kimball to his wife, Vilate Kimball, tells of his missionary activities in England, and letter by Vilate Kimball to Heber C. Kimball tells of events in Nauvoo, including the arrival of several English immigrants, family conditions, and the death of Seymour Brunson.

    Letter by Heber C. Kimball to his son Heber P Kimball was written while Kimball was in Fillmore to attend the territorial legislature.



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