Newly Accessible Collections, November 2022

By Jeffrey Tucker, Church History Library
29 November 2022

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

Below you’ll find November’s list of newly accessible materials to explore in the Church History Catalog, such as this stereographic photograph of an American Indian couple. Labeled as “Se-go-witz and his bride” and dated to approximately 1880, the photo may show Sagwitch and his wife, Beawoachee. Sagwitch was a nineteenth-century chieftain of a band of the Northwestern Shoshone, who were victims of the 1863 Bear River Massacre. Later, they were among the first American Indians to join the Church.

You will see three categories of collections: 1) previously open collections that have been digitized, 2) previously closed collections that are now open for research (but not digitized), and 3) collections that are both newly opened and digitized.

For more information on how the Church History Library determines access to materials, please see our access policy. For some collections, login may be required to view them online.

Previously Opened, Newly Digitized Collections

Local Record Collections

Manuscript Collections

Photograph and Map Collections

Print and Rare Collections

Newly Opened Collections (But Not Yet Digitized)

Manuscript Collections

Newly Opened and Digitized Collections

Manuscript Collections

Photograph and Map Collections