November 26, 2015

Religion: Millions of LDS Documents, Images Now Online

From an Article in The Deseret News:

Millions of documents and images in the extensive archives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are now more accessible to anyone with a computer and Internet access, according to an announcement made Friday during the 47th annual conference of the Mormon History Association convening for three days in Calgary.

“We are pleased as a Church History Department … to announce that the Church History Catalog is now online, and it is live, and it has remarkable features and capabilities,” said Reid L. Neilson, managing director of the department.


The new online catalog can be accessed at


Records that can be accessed include journals, record books, letters and correspondence and 19th century books “that will be of great benefit to you as historians and those who are passionate about the Mormon past,” [Reid L.] Neilson, [managing director of the department.]

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