155 years ago today - Jul 10, 1867


To commodiously provide for convening large parties for recreation and for innocent relaxation and enjoyment, the Theatre in this city has been expressly prepared and decorated. This arrangement affords superior opportunities for social re-unions; and the brethren who formerly resided in Jackson County, Missouri, the members of Zion's Camp and of the Mormon Battalion and the Pioneers of 1847, with their many friends, can now have ample room in which to assemble in parties and enjoy themselves in contrasting the present with reminiscences of the past.

For the Battalion Party, on the 16th, and the Pioneer Party, on the 24th inst., the Bishops will please ascertain who in their several Wards would like to attend, and forward their names immediately.

TICKETS, $5.00 per couple, and $1.00 for each Additional lady.

BRIGHAM YOUNG, HEBER C. KIMBALL, DANIEL H. WELLS. {1867-July 10-DN 16:220 (July 10, 1867)}

[Clark, James R., Messages of the First Presidency (6 volumes)]

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