Mormon Temple-Salt Lake Cy.

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Title

Mormon Temple-Salt Lake Cy.

Subject

Mormons--United States--Utah--Salt Lake County--Salt Lake City--Early 20th century
Ohio--Delaware County--Sunbury--History--Early 20th century
Personal narratives--American--Early 20th century
Photography--Stereographs--United States--Early 20th century
Travel--United States--Utah--Salt Lake City County--Salt Lake City--Early 20th century

Description

April 30-May 31 in Salt

Lake Cy-Utah.

This Mormon Building cost

four million dollars.

None but the very upper crust

Mormons may enter it.

Mormon towns are ugly appearing.

The church is usually the most

prominent structure. Many small

common looking houses, often two or

three on a lot help to disfigure

the villages. The streets are unpaved

and dirty. C.M. dubbed the tiny

houses "incubators."

Front of picture,

Mormon Temple-Salt Lake Cy.

Creator

Daisy E Green Wheaton

Date

early 1900s

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

Relation

Daisy Wheaton Stereographs

Format

Stereograph

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

30210312451981

Citation

Daisy E Green Wheaton, “Mormon Temple-Salt Lake Cy.,” Delaware County Memory, accessed May 23, 2024, http://www.delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/4106.

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