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Latter-day Saint Images, 1932 (4)

By: Ardis E. Parshall - April 15, 2013

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Middlesbrough, England
Primary Pageant

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East Texas District Missionary Conference, Waco

(front row, left to right:) Rhea Oldham, Irene N. Rowan, baby Irene Rowan, Charles E. Rowan, Jr., Ella Welker
(back row:) Luella Rowan, James C. Wallentine, Lorin G. Carruth, Ivan S. Larson, Elliot N. Rowan, Besse Richards

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Escalante, Utah
Scouts

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Relief Society Social Service Institute

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At Lincoln’s Birthplace, Kentucky
Joseph Fielding Smith, Miles L. Jones, Walter E. Gibbs

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St. John, New Brunswick
District Conference
(left to right:) Philip R. Hall, Alma H. Duke, John V. Bluth, George Albert Smith, Isaac B. Roberts, Elden S. Tanner.

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Primary Kids
(no location stated)

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Weber Stake, Utah
M-Man/Gleaner Banquet

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Hyrum 1st Ward
Deacons and Leaders

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Tooele, Utah, Stake Relief Society Choir

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Trail Builders
(no place named)

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West Jordan Stake, Utah
Oldest and Youngest Participants at Fathers and Sons Outing

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Mission Presidents’ Conference
Copenhagen

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Lowestoft, England
Sunday School

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Liege, Belgium
Brand New Chapel



7 Comments »

  1. Once again, illuminating. Thanks, Ardis.

    Comment by Gary Bergera — April 15, 2013 @ 9:14 am

  2. OK. I’m not the best at historical GA spotting, but I thought that was a large number of “leaders” for even a robust Deacon’s Quorum of the Hyrum 1st Ward. Then I saw George Albert Smith peeking out from the middle of the back row. So apparently, this is a group of Deacons with GAs outside the Temple. How many more can be identified?

    Comment by Grant — April 15, 2013 @ 9:37 am

  3. It’s always so poignant seeing those pictures of the Saints in Europe between the wars, thinking of what they’d already suffered, and what was still to come.

    And GA Spotting? Quick, someone find Cameron! : ) (I wonder if someone in that Hyrum ward had “connections.”)

    Comment by Amy T — April 15, 2013 @ 10:08 am

  4. My father-in-law was born in Middlesbrough, England, but the family came to Utah about 1912, so they would not have still lived there.

    Comment by Maurine — April 15, 2013 @ 12:05 pm

  5. haha!-I do see then Elder George Albert Smith in the Hyrum, Utah picture, the man next to him on his left might be and I could be wrong about this but it looks like Sylvester Q. Cannon, who was then the Presiding Bishop of the Church-which makes sense for him to be at a Deacons and leaders meeting at the Temple.
    While we are on the subject I see Elder John A. Widtsoe of the Twelve at the Mission President’s conference in Copenhagen.

    Comment by Cameron — April 15, 2013 @ 3:30 pm

  6. At Lincoln’s birthplace: We all know Joseph Fielding Smith. Miles L Jones was the president of the East Central States mission of which Tennessee was a part in 1932. Not sure who Walter E. Gibbs was.

    Comment by Bruce Crow — April 16, 2013 @ 10:38 am

  7. trail builder bandalos. Awesome.

    Comment by The Other Clark — April 16, 2013 @ 1:12 pm

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