Qualities that Count : Heber J. Grant as Businessman, Missionary and Apostle
The essays in this special issue of BYU Studies are the result of Walker's efforts to produce a biography of Heber J. Grant, which he started while working for the Church Historical Department. The title was chosen to encompass all of the values and experiences from these areas that shaped his personality and character. It is also meant to imply that there is something to be learned from his life. Most of the chapters are republications of earlier articles, each of which are indexed separately in this bibliography. Titles include: 'Jedediah and Heber Grant'; 'Rachel R. Grant: The Continuing Legacy of the Feminine Ideal'; 'Young Heber J. Grant's Years of Passage'; :Growing Up in Early Utah: The Wasatch Literary Association, 1874-1878'; Young Heber J. Grant: Entrepreneur Extraordinary'; 'Crisis in Zion: Heber J. Grant and the Panic of 1893'; 'Heber J. Grant and the Utah Loan and Trust Company'; 'Young Heber J. Grant and His Call to the Apostleship'; 'A Mormon 'Widow' in Colorado: The Exile of Emily Wells Grant'; 'Grant's Watershed: Succession in the Presidency, 1887-1889'; 'Strangers in a Strange Land: Heber J. Grant and the Opening of the Japan Mission'; 'Heber J. Grant's European Mission, 1903-1906.'