Recently Digitized and Opened Collections, October 2022

By Jeffrey Tucker, Church History Library
25 October 2022

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

Below, you’ll find October’s list of recently digitized materials to explore in the Church History Catalog, such as the resource files about the Botswanan Band of Brothers, a group of young men baptized in Mochudi, Botswana, between 2010 and 2012. The resource files feature books written about the Band of Brothers, as well as photographs and correspondence, providing a personalized perspective into the growth of the Church in southern Africa.

Additionally, beginning this month, we are pleased to list Church History Library collections that have recently been opened to research. These items, listed here with an asterisk (*), are now available; some of them have also been digitized, which is indicated with an obelus (†). (For more information on how the Church History Library determines access to materials, please see our access policy.)

The following collections feature one or more items that have been digitized and are available for viewing online. For some collections, login may be required to view them online.

Church Record Collections

Local Record Collections

Manuscript Collections

Oral History Collections

Photograph and Map Collections

Print and Rare Collections

Map of Salt Lake City, Utah [map] (917.9225 M2973um 1907)

*Denotes a library collection recently opened to research.

Denotes a library collection that has been both opened to research and digitized.