<p>Kenny Mays has been a teacher for the Department of Seminaries and Institutes for over 35 years. He is currently assigned at the institute at LDS Business College. For decades, he has been studying and photographing LDS Church historical sites to assist in the preservation of Latter-day Saint history and where it unfolded. </p> </br> <p>Kenny's images and articles have been published in numerous sources and symposia including the Deseret News' Mormon Times (weekly), the Ensign, LDS Church News, Mormon Historical Studies, Pioneer Magazine, LDS mission site guides, a number of DVDs, the BYU Religious Education Image Archives and elsewhere. He is a trustee of the Mormon Historic Sites Foundation.</p>
Jun 19, 2019 6:19 am MDTPicturing history: President Gordon B. Hinckley sites — preserving historic sites in the U.S. & England President Gordon B. Hinckley had a strong interest in the historic sites associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He did much to identify and preserve the history and historic sites of the church.
May 29, 2019 6:29 am MDTPicturing history: St. Thomas, Clark County, Nevada The settlement of St. Thomas, Nevada was founded and then abandoned by pioneer era members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Resettled by others and then buried under the waters of Lake Mead, its ruins are now visible again.
May 15, 2019 6:35 am MDTPicturing history: Prospering in Pennsylvania — Bishop Edward Hunter Edward Hunter was a successful farmer in the Brandywine Valley where he joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He donated much in labor and resources over the years. He was called as the third presiding bishop of the church.