George Albert Smith, May 16, 1929

-- May 16, 1929
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Called on President Herbert Hoover who received me kindly. He feels that with the help of men like Reed Smoot his policies are likely to win. He feels that some of those he counted on to improve conditions are not playing fair." (1)

-- Aug 17-26, 1929
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] he is in Canadian settlements (1)

-- Aug 16,1930
[Utah] Heber J. Grant remarks that Apostle George Albert Smith "is getting very nervous. We don't want him to have another breakdown such as he had years ago, almost costing him his life." Apostle Smith doesn't begin describing his symptoms until Jan 1932, and year later writes, "My Nerves are nearly gone but am holding on the best I know how." Symptoms gradually subside and do not resume until he is church president years later. (2)

-- Dec 29, 1930?
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Made a few notes in prospect of a visit with David O. McKay in the Primary matter." (1)

-- Feb 27-Mar 3, 1931
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] he is in Mexican settlements (1)

-- Apr 7, 1931
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "Tuesday Apl. 7. At office all day In session with all General Authorities considering statements of B H Roberts and Jos Fielding Smith about pre Adamite theory. Decision that we know nothing about such a people was sustained." (1)

First Presidency instructs Apostle Joseph Fielding Smith and Seventy's president B. H. Roberts: "The subject of Pre-Adamites [is] not to be discussed in public by the brethren either for or against the theory, as the Church has not declared itself and its attitude on the question." (3)

-- January 6, 1932
[George Albert Smith] On January 6, 1932 he received the Silver Beaver Award of the Boy Scouts of America. - He served on the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America. (4)

-- Jan 13, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] -nerves set back by news of Sis. Raille being dropped from Primary Board (1)

-- Jan 14, 1932
[Apostle George Albert Smith Journal] "a condition of nervousness that was most distressing." (1)

1 - Journals of George Albert Smith
2 - Quinn, D. Michael, The Mormon Hierarchy: Extensions of Power, Appendix 5, Selected Chronology of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1848-1996,
3 - On This Day in Mormon History,
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LDS History Chronology: George Albert Smith

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