J. Reuben Clark: The Church Years, Band 2

Brigham Young University Press, 1983 - 334 Seiten
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Joshua Reuben Clark, Jr. (1871-1961) was born in Grantsville, Utah to Joshua Reuben Clark and Mary Louise Wolley. In 1898 he married Luacine Savage and they eventually became the parents of four children. Reuban, as he was known, became an important diplomat for the United States and was an Under Secretary at the State Department. In 1933 he became a counselor to President Heber J. Grant ans spent the rest of his life in church service.

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J. Reuben--a real man with real feelings, real sympathies, real philosophies, real ideals, real inadequacies. D. Michael paints a portrait of this tightrope walker, entirely comfortable with his own ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Great bio! Almost up to Kimball, Bushman, and Prince status. But not quite ;-) Vollständige Rezension lesen


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D. Michael Quinn is a writer and educator who graduated from Yale University. Quinn was a professor as well as the director of the graduate history program at Bringham Young University. Quinn's scholarly knowledge of Mormon and American histories led him to write The Mormon Hierarchy, and Same Sex Dynamics among Nineteenth-Century Americans: A Mormon Example. Quinn has been a grant recipient from such institutions as Yale University, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. He has also been awarded the George W. Egleston Prize, the Samuel F. Bemis Prize, and the Best Book and Best Article awards from the Mormon History Association.

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