Newly Accessible Collections, March 2024

By Jeff Morley, Church History Library
28 March 2024

Explore dozens of recently digitized collections to enable your research wherever you are in the world. 

The latest newly accessible collections are now available to view in the Church History Catalog. Highlights among the list of collections include the Louise Y. Robison Papers, 1928-1939. These papers include correspondence from Robison’s time as the seventh president of the Relief Society during the great depression. She ministered with compassion to a growing Relief Society and furthered the Society’s charitable causes through building strong relationships with the National Council of Women and the International Council of Women. She is a tremendous example of tirelessly serving others during a time when so many were in need.

You may also find interest in a collection of Shoshone photographs, circa 1932–1940, or Thomas S. Priday’s mission journal during his service in Europe from 1863–1866.

Please note: You may need to log in to view certain collections online. Please see the library’s access policy for more information on how the Church History Library determines access to materials.

Newly digitized collections

Church Record Collections

Audiovisual Collections

Local Record Collections

Manuscript Collections

Oral History Collections

Photograph Collections

Print and Rare Collections

For the Strength of Youth (M205.1 F692 2021-)

‘I He’ene toe ha’ele mai (M285.15 T373wTON 1971)

International Magazine Portuguese A Liahona (M205.5 L694POR v. 1- 1948-)

Orem Stake Conference Songs (M285.1 O66 197-?)

Sion mitt hjem (M285.1 S618NOR 19--?)

Songbook [circa 1849] (M285.1 S6984 1849?)

When You Believe In Me (M285.15 W567 197-?)

Why Does It Always Happen? (M285.15 W567d 197-?)