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Stuart Johnson, Deseret Newsdeseret News Archives

Located on State Street in American Fork, the Alpine Tabernacle once served the entire north end of Utah County. The groundbreaking for what was to become known as the city's "Grand Old Lady" took place on March 22, 1909, and the building was dedicated in September 1914. A metal box containing a list of donors to the project was sealed into the building's cornerstone. The tabernacle has undergone two renovations, one in 1962 and another in 1983. Former presidential candidate Williams Jennings Bryan is among the individuals who have spoken at the Alpine Tabernacle, which was dedicated by LDS Church President Joseph F. Smith.