1904’s Bureau of Information is today’s Visitor’s Center on Temple Square. They did try to disseminate information … to the point of leaving almost no room to write a letter on their letterhead!
I think this is the fire-hose approach. Cool printing but a bit much.
Comment by Mex — July 30, 2013 @ 10:29 am
Comment by David Y. — July 30, 2013 @ 10:33 am
Wow. Very intricate and amazing and beautifully done, but you’d probably need a magnifying glass to read parts of it.
Comment by Amy T — July 30, 2013 @ 12:27 pm
Comment by Grant — July 30, 2013 @ 12:32 pm
Could anyone using the old Palmer Method, which was all the rage in 1904, actually be able to write small enough to get in more than a few lines on one of these pages? Still, it is clear that they were keen on magnifying their calling.
Comment by kevinf — July 30, 2013 @ 1:42 pm
I’m assuming the miniscule type is all 13 of the Articles of Faith.
The temple block, BY monument, and pre-expansion tabernacle organ are all identifiable. But what’s in the lowest oval frame?
Comment by The Other Clark — July 30, 2013 @ 4:59 pm
Blowing it up (still hard to read), it looks like all the text is the thirteen Articles of Faith.
Comment by David Y. — July 30, 2013 @ 5:22 pm
Yes, it’s the Articles of Faith. The obscure oval is Saltair.
Comment by Ardis E. Parshall — July 30, 2013 @ 5:42 pm
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