Emil B. Fetzer architectural rendering of the Provo Temple
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Architectural rendering of the Provo Temple by Emil B. Fetzer. The rendering has been affixed to a cardboard sheet and is in color. The item is undated.
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Emil B. Fetzer (1916-2009) was an architect in Utah. He served as the architect of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1965 to 1986.
Emil B. Fetzer was born January 4, 1916. He studied architecture at the University of Southern California. His father was also a talented architect and during the beginning of his professional career he worked for his father's firm. Fetzer was appointed as the church architect by David O. McKay in 1965. His work for the church was very extensive and incldues the Provo, Utah Temple; the Sao Paulo, Brazil Temple; the Mexico City, Mexico Temple; the Frieberg, Germany Temple; and various others. Fetzer married June Alma Seyfarth on June 14, 1940, in the Salt Lake City Temple. He died November 2, 2009.
1 oversize folder (0.2 linear ft.)
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This collection provides insight into the works of a church architect. Collected in Utah and the American West and LDS cultural, social, and religious history (20th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy 5.VII, August 2007).
Processed; Kiren Dulai, student processor, and John Murphy, curator; 2010.
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- 2010 April 20
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