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Joseph F. Smith, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at his private desk in the church office.--Photograph by G.B. Luckey ; Famous eagle gate, entrance to Brigham Young property, and President Smith's residence (at left).--G.B. Luckey ; Leaders of the Mormon church in the private council chamber at Salt Lake City. From left to right: Reed Smoot, United States senator; John R. Winder, first counselor to the president; President Joseph F. Smith; John Henry Smith, cousin of President Smith.--Photograph by G.B. Luckey.

Image ID: 3998148

Joseph F. Smith, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at his private desk in the church office.... (Mar. 12, 1903)

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:  Joseph F. Smith, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at his private desk in the church office.--Photograph by G.B. Luckey ; Famous eagle gate, entrance to Brigham Young property, and President Smith's residence (at left).--G.B. Luckey ; Leaders of the Mormon church in the private council chamber at Salt Lake City. From left to right: Reed Smoot, United States senator; John R. Winder, first counselor to the president; President Joseph F. Smith; John Henry Smith, cousin of President Smith.--Photograph by G.B. Luckey.

Published Date

: Mar. 12, 1903

Notes

: Published in Leslie's weekly, Mar. 12, 1903, p. 255.

Source

: Print Collection portrait file. / S / Joseph Fielding Smith.

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Print Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Digital ID

: 3998148

Record ID

: 2317200

Digital Item Published

: 8-7-2012

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