Lloyd Oscar Ivie records
Lloyd Oscar Ivie records
The Lloyd Oscar Ivie Records contain the following: 1. Notebook, 6.5 by 8.25 inches, entitled Bible Questions: Sept 27, 1911. Lloyd Ivie. Entries start from the opposite end of the book. They are written in what is probably phonetic Japanese. Entries take up 11 of the 30 pages in the notebook. 2. Photograph of eleven adults and one infant, 5 by 7 inches. Attached note says Front Row: L-R: Hilton Robertson, Hazel Roberston, Lloyd Ivie, Baby Ruth Ivie, Nora Ivie, DeLoss Holley. Back Row: L-R: Erwin T. Hicken, Ernest B. Woodward, Howard Jensen, Orlando Fowler, Aldo Stevens, Irwin Davies. Lloyd Ivie Pres. 1921-1924. 3. Photograph of three missionaries, one woman and fifty children. Attached noted says 1st Japan Mission of Lloyd O Ovie, far right. He served from approx 1909-1914. Other two elders unknown. 4. Packet tied with string, 9 pages long, with Japanese characters in pencil. One loose page with more characters. 5. Japan Mission Conference Calendar, 1923. 9.5 by 12.5 inches. 3 pages. 6. Monthly Mission Financial records, 1923. Labels of yearly records say (original spelling preserved), Mission Revenues, President’s Maintenance, President’s Travelling Expence, President’s Family Maintenance (two records), Mission House Maintenance, Mission Office Maintenance, Conference Maintenance, Other Mission Expense, Cash Balance, and Mission President’s Maintenance.
- Extent: 1 folder (0.1 linear ft.)
- Creator: Ivie, Lloyd Oscar, 1890-1967
- Call Number: MSS 3949
- Repository: L. Tom Perry Special Collections; 19th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts; 1130 Harold B. Lee Library; Brigham Young University; Provo, Utah 84602; http://sc.lib.byu.edu/
- Access Restrictions: Open for public research.
- Conditions of Use
- It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the Lloyd Oscar Ivie records must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.
- Preferred Citation
- Initial citation: MSS 3949; Lloyd Oscar Ivie records; 19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts; L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University. Following citations: MSS 3949, LTPSC.
- Custodial History
- Donated; Jane Ivie; 1995.
- Acquisition Information
- Donated by Janie Ivie in 1995.
- Related Material
- MSS 871 Ivie, Lloyd Oscar, 1890-1967 Diaries, 1910-1914 Handwritten diaries. Ivie writes about his daily activities while serving on a mission to Japan for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. MSS 3950 Lloyd O. Ivie & Heber J. Grant Letters, 1921-1923.
- Subject Terms
- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Missions--Japan; Religion; Japan--History--20th century; Missions and Missionaries; Mormonism (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
- Genre / Form
- Financial records; Photographs
- Processing Information
- Processed; H. Christine Broomhead; 25 May 2007.
- Appraisal Information
- LDS cultural, social, and religious history (Collection development policy for 19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts).
- Finding Aid ID Number
- Finding Aid Title
- Ivie (Lloyd Oscar) records
- Finding Aid Author
- Finding aid prepared by Karen Glenn and H. Christine Broomhead, student processors and John Murphy, curator
- Finding Aid Creator
- This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2013-07-08T12:05-0600
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- Biographical Info:
Lloyd Oscar Ivie (1890-1967) was the President of the Japan Mission.
Lloyd Oscar Ivie was born to James Oscar Ivie and Annie Catherine Mortensen on October 9, 1890, in Salina, Sevier County, Utah. He served his first mission to Japan circa 1909-1914. He married Nora Blamires on December 24, 1920, in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was the President of the Japan Mission circa 1921-1924. Some of his children were born during his second mission. In all, Lloyd and Nora Ivie had six children: Ruth Tomoe (1921-1948), Janet Chie (1923-1924) and four still recorded as living in 2007. Lloyd O. Ivie passed away on May 7, 1967, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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