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Oral history, 1987.

Author: James GartlandRichard L JensenAdelaide TopeMay Tope GartlandJames Moyle Oral History Program.All authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Typewritten and bound transcript of an interview conducted by RichardL. Jensen for the James Moyle Oral History Program and for the British Latter-day Saints Oral History Project at Brigham Young University. James Gartland, his wife May, and Adelaide Tope tell about their experiences as Mormons in England, the church postions they held, and how they came to join the Mormon Church.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: James Gartland; May Tope Gartland; Adelaide Tope
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Gartland; Richard L Jensen; Adelaide Tope; May Tope Gartland; James Moyle Oral History Program.; British Latter-day Saints Oral History Project.
OCLC Number: 122652931
Description: 1 vol. (21 pages).

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Typewritten and bound transcript of an interview conducted by RichardL. Jensen for the James Moyle Oral History Program and for the British Latter-day Saints Oral History Project at Brigham Young University. James Gartland, his wife May, and Adelaide Tope tell about their experiences as Mormons in England, the church postions they held, and how they came to join the Mormon Church.

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