JACKSON, Richard Woolley: Architect

This article originally appeared in Vol.53, No.1 (2006) of Pioneer Magazine. Richard Woolley Jackson was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, the fourth of 12 children to Iretta Woolley and S, Andrew Jackson in 1915. His childhood, though a happy one, was fraught with medical complications. During the first grade, he and his newborn sister […]

The Paris Idaho Stake Tabernacle

This article originally appeared in Vol.53, No.1 (2006) of Pioneer Magazine. by Pioneer Magazine The Paris Idaho Tabernacle is a monumental building, constructed in the decorative Romanesque style, was one of the first major projects designed by architect Joseph Don Carlos Young after his graduation from college in 1880, It was begun in 1884 [and] […]

The Mormon Greek Revival: Early Latter-Day Saint Architecture

This article originally appeared in Vol.53, No.1 (2006) of Pioneer Magazine. by Tiffany Taylor Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have always been an industrious people, faithfully constructing buildings in even the remotest of areas. Though resources were often scarce, early Church members still managed to find quality materials and provide […]

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