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    • Emmeline B. Wells grave

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    • Emmeline Blanche Wells was the fifth general president of Relief Society, serving from 1910 until her death in 1921. Born in Massachusetts, she joined the Church at age fourteen. She edited the Woman's Exponent from 1877-1914. Sister Wells was...
    • Heber M. Wells grave

    • Photographs;
    • Heber M. Wells, son of President Daniel H. Wells, was the first governor of the state of Utah, serving from 1896-1905. He was instrumental in Utah's transition from territory to statehood.
    • John R. Winder grave

    • Photographs;
    • John Rex Winder was born December 11, 1821 in England. He was sustained as second counselor in the Presiding Bishopric in 1887. He was sustained as first counselor to President Joseph F. Smith in 1901 and served in that capacity until his death...
    • Edwin D. Woolley grave

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    • Edwin D. Woolley succeeded Edward Hunter as bishop of the 13th Ward, one of the original nineteen wards in Salt Lake City. A member of his ward, young Heber J. Grant, threw baseballs against Bishop Woolley's adobe barn. Edwin D. Woolley was the...
    • John W. Rigdon grave

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    • John Rigdon was a son of Sidney Rigdon. At one time, Sidney served as a counselor to President Joseph Smith. Sidney and his family became disaffected from the Church and relocated in Pennsylvania and New York. Later in life, John Rigdon was...
    • Ellis Reynolds Shipp grave

    • Photographs;
    • Ellis Reynolds Shipp was one of the first female doctors in the west. As a teenager, she spent time in the Beehive House and attended school with Brigham Young's children. She later married Milton Shipp and had several children before attending...
    • Smith Family marker

    • Photographs;
    • This marker was erected in honor of the Hyrum Smith family. Even though Hyrum was buried in Nauvoo, many of of his descendents are buried in the immediate area of this monument, including two presidents of the Church and several apostles.
    • Ethel Reynolds Smith grave

    • Photographs;
    • Following the death of his first wife, Louie Shurtliff Smith, Elder Joseph Fielding Smith married Ethel Reynolds. She assumed care for the two children Elder Smith already had and bore him nine of her own. Ethel passed away in 1937. Her headstone,...
    • Bitter Springs, Arizona

    • Photographs;
    • Latter-day Saints from eastern Arizona travelled the Honeymoon Trail to get to the temple in St. George, Utah. In this area was a stop along that trail called Bitter Springs. Though desperately needed, the water here was barely palatable, if not...
    • Relief Society Building

    • Photographs;
    • Built in the 1950s, this building was originally constructed for the Relief Society general presidency. Since 1984 it has housed the leadership of all three major women's organizations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This...
    • Salt Lake Theatre Interior

    • Photographs;
    • The theater featured a beautiful parquette and four circles, with a three-tiered horseshoe gallery overlooking a stage proscenium of soft white and gold. The interior was designed by E. L. T. Harrison, a London-trained architect who patterned the...
    • Utah State Penitentiary site

    • Photographs;
    • For nearly a hundred years the old Utah State Prison was located near 1400 East and 2100 South in Salt Lake City. In 1951, the prisoners were moved to a new location. The prison site became a public park and a high school. This monument notes the...
    • Joseph Smith Monument

    • Photographs;
    • On December 23, 1905, Joseph Fielding Smith accompied his father, father-in-law, his older brother Hyrum, and others to Sharon, Vermont, for the dedication of the Joseph Smith Monument on the Prophet's 100 birth anniversary. The dedicatory services...
    • Territorial Legislature

    • Photographs;
    • Photograph of the Council House, where the Territorial Legislature met. In 1854 Elder Snow was elected to the Utah Territorial Legislature and served for the next twenty-nine years, representing the citizens of whichever county he happened to be...
    • Great Salt Lake

    • Photographs;
    • This view shows the northern end of the Great Salt Lake during a period of extended drought. The lake was explored when the Pioneer Company first arrived in the Salt Lake Valley and has been a notable part of Church history ever since. The site...

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