To Simon Says and ute alumni:In defense of conservativeandproud,
when the article was first published the two presidents was not included in the
article. I too was frustrated at the lack of information and felt the article
was not complete. I came back this morning to see if it was corrected...and it
was. Thank you conservativeandproud for posting the question and thank you
Deseret News for making the correction so quickly (question posted at 8:10 am
and corrected by 8:56 am).
This article caused me to wonder if there has been any anouncement about what
will happen to the old Provo Tabernacle site. My search of the DN archive came
up with no results, so I was hoping asking here might help.I have to
say I like the Church History Museum and think Sister Jacobsen has had a
positive impact on Salt Lake City.
Had no idea who had such influence over many things I love.Will think of
her in the future when visiting some of those places.
literateandproud:"As the granddaughter of two presidents of the
church (Joseph F. Smith and Heber J. Grant), Florence Jacobsen had an interest
in church history and its preservation from an early age."
Seriously? Reread the first couple of lines of the article.
Grand-daughter of which two presidents - the article is not complete folks!