BRIGHAM YOUNG (1801-77) MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED, "Brigham Young", 5 x 6.5, Gt. Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, Sep. 17th 1866, to Mrs. Edwin R. Spotswood, Lexington, KY, In full: "Dear Madam: With pleasure I forward you the autograph of yours very respectfully." Brigham Young was an American Mormon leader, politician, and settler. After the founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Joseph Smith, was murdered, Brigham Young led the mass migration of LDS faithful (Mormons) to Utah and founded Salt Lake City and served as the first Governor of the Territory of Utah (1849-57). In fine condition, with usual letter folds and minor age toning.