Indian Stories

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 17
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1985
Type Text
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Language eng
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Holding Institution Snow College
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Title Indian Stories
Description 2. ne renOVat X On COn t r 3C t W3S awarde d tO tnG Zwick Construction Company, Salt Lake City, with the help of Emil Fetzer, the church architect. Hany original articles of centurv-old furniture were restored and others obtained and refinished. Among them is a valuable grandfather's clock. There are now sixty-five pieces of such furniture throughout the building. This work, along with new furnish ings, carpeting and draperies, are of the Eastlake design, which was popular in the United States around the period of tine when the temple was built. All the furnishings were installed under direction of Florence S. Jacobsen, Director of Arts and Sites in the Church Historical "Department. The Manti Temple is one of the few temples remaining in which the endowment sessions are conducted by temple personnel rather than by use of more recent film presentations Following the tour, many visitors stopped at questions and practices relating to the function of the temple. Many visitors also asked about the Mormon Miracle Pageant, which is presentee5 for ten evenings each July or. the Temple Mill. This pageant now in its 1 ? t h year attracts ud to 1 ^? 0 000 T!E REDHDICATION S'SSTO^S Plans were under way in April 1985 for the temple's solemn dedication services scheduled for Fri day, June 14; Saturday, June 15; and Sunday, June 16, Three dedicatory services were held each day at 9 a. m., at 31:30 a.m., and at ? : 30 p .m.-making a total of nine sessions. Baptized members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Pay Saints, eight years and ol'er, who lived in any one of the *'anti Temple ?7 stakes, and who desired to attend the dedication ceremony, contacted their ward bishops for an interview prior 115
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