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by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

The new Google Books Ngram Viewer is creating a corporal’s guard of amateur Ziffs in the Bloggernacle: This...


Hark, All Ye Poets! Hymn Translation Contest

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

“Hark, All Ye Nations” is a familiar Mormon hymn, first found in the English hymnbook in 1985, but used reg...


The First-Ever LDS Radio Broadcast: President Heber J. Grant's Testimony

by Keepapitchinin | News from Utah Fun

In March 1922, the Improvement Era carried a short article by editor Edward H. Anderson about the exciting ...


Letters from the 'swearing apostle,' J. Golden Kimball

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Jonathan Golden Kimball (1853-1938) – son of Heber C. Kimball, missionary/mission president in the Southern...


“Died in the Service of Their Fatherland”: Latter-day Saints in Germany, World War I

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

A glance at Der Stern, the publication of the Swiss-German Mission, suggests that the start of the First Wo...


Bishop Ek and His “Lovely Ward … But They Are All Poor”

by Keepapitchinin | Everything Else

The 25th Ward was on Salt Lake’s west side, with a largely immigrant population and then, as well as now, o...


How One Woman's Missionary Efforts Created a Branch in 1900s England

by Keepapitchinin | News from Utah

“I was brought up a Baptist,” Eva Rowe Salway wrote to a granddaughter in 1946, “and was always interested ...


Latter-day Saint Images, 1923

by Keepapitchinin | Best of LDS Blogs

Images of Latter-day Saints from all over the world circa 1923. ...


9 New Photos of the Provo City Center Temple

by Keepapitchinin | Mormon Life

When a fire broke out in the Provo Tabernacle on a frigid December morning in 2010, we were all broken hear...


Intense Ward Teacher 'Study Guide' from 63 Years Ago Will Make You Reevaluate Home Teaching

by Keepapitchinin | Fun Lesson Helps

It’s 1952, and you’ve been called to be a ward teacher – what we now call a home teacher. Here’s your shiny...