Museum established for Mexican Mormon history

A new museum in Provo is designed to provide another way for people to learn about church history.

The Museo de Historia del Mormonismo, or the Mexican Mormon History Museum, opened in Provo earlier this month. It is an extension of the MMMH in Mexico City, established to collect, preserve and exhibit church information for future generations.

Fernando Gomez, president of the Provo museum, said it is not affiliated with BYU but is a private, nongovernmental organization that seeks volunteers in helping out with the daily tasks at the museum.

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