Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of Salt Lake Temple
The item is a photograph of the Salt Lake Temple. The photograph was taken between the laying of the capstone in April 1892 and the dedication in April 1893. A part of the Salt Lake Tabernacle is barely visible on the left side of the photograph. Trees surround the Temple, but the gardens have not yet been planted. Two ladders and a man can be seen on the west spires.
Photograph of the dedication of the fountain on lower campus, 1913
Photograph of the working fountain on lower campus
Photograph of white oolitic limestone gateway to lower campus
Photographs of early Mormon settlements and buildings
Physical Plant Department plans for President's Home
Contains copies of the landscape architecture plans for the President's Home from the early 1930s and the 1960s as well as copies of the "as-built drawings" for the Visitor's Center-the President's Home became the Visitor's Center in the 1990s.
Proposed Anaheim college campus of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Contains report of the proposed Anaheim college campus in addition to educational specifications for the same subject. Also contains transparencies of the proposed campus.
Repair of the Friezes, Hawaii Temple
"Repair of the Friezes, Hawaii Temple" chronicles the restoration of the damaged friezes undertaken in 1987. Supporting documents include photographs of the temple; a Juvenile Instructor article on the original sculptors, J. Leo and Avard Fairbanks; and Mormon Pacific Historical Society documents regarding the Hawaii Temple.
Ruth Verrill papers on architecture, undated
Canals, stone work, construction, explosives, stone carving, terraces for agriculture, and Libya mounds.
Joseph Smith's original temple
Printed drawing of the Nauvoo, Illinois Latter-day Saint Temple printed by Chester B. Dike.