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Fernando R. and Enriqueta Gomez Collection in Mormon Mexican History
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This collection covers the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Mexico both from the native and missionary perspectives, starting in the mid-19th century to the early 21st century. This collection also includes a significant amount of documents from the Fudnamentalist Mormon movement in Mexico, namely items from Margarito Bautista who founded the group headquartered in Ozumba, Mexico, Mexico but also has documents translated to Spanish from the Woolley, Allred, and LeBaron groups.
41.2 Linear Feet (30 records boxes, 10 document boxes, 1 half-size document box, 4 oversize document boxes, 2 flat boxes, 2 custom ledger boxes, 1 audiovisual box)
All requests for permission to reproduce or to publish must be sumitted in writing to Special Collections and Archives, The Claremont Colleges Library.
Collection is open for research.