Temple cornerstone boxes are filled with artifacts

For the past year, Amy Bailey helped collect information and artifacts regarding the new Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple. For months, she carefully ensured the collection would all fit into a makeshift cardboard box measuring precisely 24 inches by 26 inches by 8 inches.

Today, everything in Bailey's box has been sealed in a similar-sized stainless-steel box and placed out of sight, with no timetable to be opened.

The collection is now stored in the Oquirrh Mountain Temple's "cornerstone box" -- a time capsule -- with its interior dimensions mimicked by Bailey's box so she knew exactly how much space to fill.

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