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A massive excavation carved 700 feet into a solid granite mountain near Salt Lake City houses millions of feet of microfilm — all historical documents The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been keeping since 1938. The records are being digitized and published through FamilySearch, a genealogical resource provided free to the public. The Granite Mountain Records Vault is the official storage unit for 2.4 million rolls of...

2010-04-28

 Mormon religion genealogy digitization microfilm archive