120 years ago today - Oct 16, 1902; Thursday

Bro[ther]s. James E. Talmage and George Reynolds had been appointed a committee to ascertain where a suitable place could be obtained for the museum properties until a home could be provided for the museum, the present quarters having to be vacated at the request of the State University, to whom it now belongs. These brethren reported in favor of the Social Hall or the Temple, and that the accommodation at the Temple were ample and highly recommended. It was decided to remove the museum to the upper room of the temple for the present, and to box the minerals and put them in the basement of the temple.

[First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]

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