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1. 1807 Patrick Gass Journal 1807 Patrick Gass Journal 1807 Sargeant Patrick Gass, a sargeant with the Lewis and Clark expedition, published the first journal after the return of the expedition. The Library acquired the 1807 edition in 1953 with the $35,000 purchase...

2. Book of Mormon: Evidence of Its Divinity Book of Mormon: Evidence of Its Divinity October 1902 This pamphlet, a periodical called "Gospel Banner," was part of the 1953 purchase of thousands of books and pamphlets from the private collection of T. J. Fitzpatrick. Hundreds of the pamphlets and books...

3. Graceland College Graceland College November 12, 1895 Program from ceremony for laying the cornerstone of Graceland College.

4. Graceland College Letter of Appointment Graceland College Letter of Appointment 1895 This letter, with original signature of Joseph Smith, III, designates T. J. Fitzpatrick as "senior professor;" thus he is sometimes considered a president of Graceland University.

5. Graceland College, Corner Stone Laid Graceland College, Corner Stone Laid November 14, 1895 Clipping from local Lamoni newspaper about the laying of the cornerstone for the new college, Graceland, with a drawing of the first building.

6. Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick This digitized photograph of T. J. Fitzpatrick is courtesy of Graceland University.

7. Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick and Dr. Weaver Thomas Jefferson Fitzpatrick and Dr. Weaver T. J. Fitzpatrick (left) and Dr. Weaver. On the back is written simply "Dr. Weaver." This was the only photograph found in the T. J. Fitzpatrick papers.