Mormon History, Wednesday, August 13th, 1845

[Apostle John Taylor diary] In morning went in company with Pres. B. Young and Elder Kimball to the Nauvoo House to make some arrangements about the architectural design; the late architect Bro.
L. Woodworth having been found incompetent Bro. Weeks had been appointed. From thence went to the Temple and was in council with the architect and Bishops; took dinner at Bishop Miller's. [p. 106]

[source: 'The John Taylor Nauvoo journal, January 1845-September 1845,' BYU Studies 23:3 (1983) edited by Dean C. Jessee]

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