Account of the missionary travels and experiences of A. N. (Alma Nicholas) Sorensen of Mendon, Utah, in southern West Virginia. Also included are passages of poetry, scripture, songs, and an accounting of money received from home.
Correspondence from W. W. Henderson to Professor Alma N. Sorensen of Brigham Young College, dated March 4, 1924. It also contains a note from B. L. Burman handwritten on the back.
Correspondence from Bessie Spencer to Alma N. Sorensen, dated June 1, 1916
Correspondence from J. A. Gardner to Alma N. Sorensen, dated November 20, 1906, from Downey, Idaho
Correspondence from Miss Parry to Alma N. Sorensen, dated December 17, 1905
Correspondence from Robert N. Sorensen to Alma N. and Mary Sorensen, dated January 25, 1952. Envelope reads, “The Survival trek.”
Letter to Elder Alma N. Sorensen in Mendon, Utah, from E. Perry, dated January 25, 1904. Printed letterhead reads, “Southern States Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, P.O. Box 381, Phone 1191, Atlanta, GA.” The envelope included with this letter is not the original envelope but rather is an envelope used to send the letter to George Ellsworth for adding this item to the Sorensen Family Papers.