Today in Mormon History - Sep 16

Monroe G. McKay, a former J. Reuben Clark Law School faculty member, is invested as chief judge of the U.S. Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. (1)
-- 20 years ago today - Sep 16, 1991

The Irrigation Congress was addressed by Presidents Wilford Woodruff and Geo Q. Cannon. (2)
-- 120 years ago today - Sep 16, 1891 (Wednesday)

Public report concerning man who attempts to extort $100,000 from church president to prevent publication of covertly obtained interior photographs of Sale Lake temple. Two days later First Presidency commissions James E. Talmage to write THE HOUSE OF THE LORD. Published a year later its photographs omit tobacco spittoons from Council Room of First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve, but include Holy of Holies (photograph deleted from later editions). Ordinance of second anointing is performed for couples in Holy of Holies. (3)
-- 100 years ago today - Sep 16, 1911

1 - The Woodland Institute 'On This Day Historical Database,'
2 - Jenson, Andrew, Church Chronology
3 - On This Day in Mormon History,

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