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8 November 1881

Payson Young Ladies; Payson Meetinghouse, Payson, Utah Territory

Sketch of the tabernacle in Payson that appeared in the Deseret News. A simple building with windows on the front and side is depicted

Payson Tabernacle built near the center of the old fort for use by the Nebo Stake. Payson, Utah Territory. (Used by permission, Utah State Historical Society.)

[. . .] Sister E. R. Snow Smith said so much had already been said she thought it not necessary to open her lips but feared the young ladies would think her not deeply interested spoke a short time [. . .] [p. 184]

Source Note

Payson Ward, Utah Stake, Young Women’s Mutual Improvement Association Minutes and Records (1873–1891), vol. 1 (1873–1884), p. 184, CHL (LR 6814 17); Martha Fairbanks, Secretary.

See also “Here and There,” Woman’s Exponent 10, no. 12 (15 Nov. 1881): 93.

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8 November 1881, Payson Young Ladies; Payson Meetinghouse, Payson, Utah Territory, The Discourses of Eliza R. Snow, accessed July 25, 2024