'Three Mormon Towns': A photographic exhibit by Dorothea Lange

Diana Turnbow, curator of photography at the BYU Museum of Art, takes us on an audio tour of this fascinating exhibit shot by well-known photographer Dorothea Lange in 1953, which appeared in LIFE magazine.

Besides exploring small-town life in the rural towns of Gunlock, Toquerville and St. George, Utah, the photographer and her essayist son comment on the beauty created even in isolated communities, happiness in spite of hardship, and the deep respect they share with many historians on the strength and character of these Mormon women.

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