Lamoni Call (b.1865) was a dissenter from the Mormon faith. He published various pamphlets questioning Mormon beliefs, including
Science and Mormonism (1926). The collection consists of Call's correspondence, manuscripts, notes, books, and memoranda. Almost all the items
relate to his research and writings on Mormonism.
Call was born in 1865; he lived in Bountiful and Salt Lake City, Utah, and was a dissenter from the Mormon faith; published
various pamphlets questioning Mormon beliefs, including Science and Mormonism (1926).
5 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
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