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Latter-day Saint Images, 1921 (2)

By: Ardis E. Parshall - December 28, 2012

Cleborne, Texas
Sunday School

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Benjamin, Utah
Parents’ Class in Sunday School

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Missionaries of the Southern Illinois Conference

(left to right, top:) LaVern Gibbs, W.A. Wall, A.M. Warner, John Blake, Adrian Coleman, H.L. Rigby, A.B. Dial, Charles M. Jensen, Owen Romney. (middle row:) J. Usher Henrie, Olive Hansen, Joseph E. Tracy, Arthur Erickson, A.W. Bradshaw, J.M. Christensen, Victor J. King, Heber C. Kunz. (front:) Lenard P. Larsen, John J. Ferrin, Erwin T. Tracy, Esther Matthews, Winslow F. Smith, Selma Lee, O.L. Pearson, Hilda Knudson, Edward Eyring.

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Ogden 10th Ward Primary Boys

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Virginia and Verdell Lytle, of Overton, Nevada
Picture taken by their brother, John Vivien Lytle, age 10

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Grantsville, Utah, Sunday School

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Dallas, Texas

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Birmingham, England, Primary

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11th Ward (Salt Lake City) Sunday School Orchestra

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Missionaries of Nova Scotia, Canada

(left to right, top:) Mark E. Petersen, Frank M. Rentmeister, Archie R. Boyack, David L. Reeder, Leland Slater. (front:) Richard L. Peterson, Andrew S. Larsen, Mark L. Lewis, Oscar L. Ferrin.

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Delta, Utah, Primary Boys

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Lahaina, Hawaii, Primary

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General Relief Society Chorus

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David O. McKay and Hugh J. Cannon
in Egypt

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Alpine, Utah
Stake Pageant

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Omaha, Nebraska
Sunday School

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21st Ward (Salt Lake City) Primary Boys
with Model Nauvoo Temple

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11th Ward (Salt Lake City) Theological Class, Sunday School

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4 Comments »

  1. It looks like someone is holding the Lytle twins, but has been removed from the picture.

    Comment by HokieKate — December 28, 2012 @ 8:11 am

  2. Thanks for the Christmas present, Ardis. These are, as usual, great.

    Comment by Gary Bergera — December 28, 2012 @ 8:54 am

  3. David O. McKay and Hugh Cannon in Egypt, nearing the end of the Seasick World Tour.

    Also, future apostle Mark E. Peterson as a missionary in Nova Scotia. Sweet!

    Comment by kevinf — December 28, 2012 @ 10:58 am

  4. Awesome as usual. I suspect the Lytle’s were from Lytle Ranch, a literal oasis in the desert that’s now operated by BYU. Fascinating history, but a rough place to live even in the best of times.

    Comment by The Other Clark — January 4, 2013 @ 4:30 pm

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