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Smith, Jennie Hill Leavitt vol. 1, 1916-1917

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Blank pages: 170-175 Jennie Hill Leavitt (1891-1973), daughter of William Jenkins Leavitt, Mormon Church colonizer in Southern Alberta, Canada, married Willard Lisbon Smith and served with him on missions to Samoa and Tonga. Zeutschel 1000 TT or 1000A1 Version 10, 400 dpi, displayed at 150 dpi Mission diaries of Jennie Hill Leavitt Smith. SamoanTonganPacificTonga
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1916-1917
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Samoa
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