Jos. Smith Homestead, 1839-48
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Jos. Smith Homestead, 1839-48
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic inn, built in 1840 as a residence. Newly restored... early Mormon architecture. Delicious family style dinners. Served daily from 5 pm to 9 pm. Sundays from 11:30 am. Specialties: Southern fried chicken, channel cat fish - baked ham - seafoods - charcoal broiled steaks and ribs.



Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen

Description:
Historic inn. Built in 1840 as a Mormon residence. Now modernized - retaining pioneer Mormon architecture. Delicious family style dinners. Served daily from 5 pm to 8:30 pm. Except Monday and Tuesday. Sundays from 11:30 am. Specialties: Southern fried chicken - channel catfish- choice steaks - baked ham. Dining room open April 1 to Nov. 1.


Historic Mormon Landmarks
Title:
Historic Mormon Landmarks
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1937 Aug-7

Description:
No. 1 - Joseph Smith Homestead - was originally a log house, built about 1826 by James Jones, an Indian agent, who sold it to Joseph Smith in 1839. The Prophet lived there until the spring off 1843, when he moved into the Mansion House. No. 2. Mansion House - Built in 1942 and 1943 through revelation. Home of the Prophet at the time he was killed at Carthage, Ill., June 27, 1844. Lumber sawed near LaCrosse, Wisc., and rafted down the river. No. 3. The Nauvoo House - A revelation was received Jan. 17, 1841, by Joseph Smith to build it and call it the Nauvoo House. An association was incorporated Feb. 15, 1841. It was never finished. Original plan was for three stories and basement.



Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


Historic Nauvoo - Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
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Historic Nauvoo - Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
As seen from the air toward the Joseph Smith properties.



Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic inn built in 1840


Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic Inn, built in 1840 as a residence. Now restored...early Mormon architecture. Delicious Family Style Dinners. Served Daily from 5 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sundays from 11:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Specialties: Southern Fried Chicken, Channel catfish - Baked Ham - Seafoods - Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Ribs. Dining Rooms Open Mar. 15th to Dec. 15th. Telephone: 453-2211 - Area 217 Please reserve a Table for ____ Persons Date__________Time_______ Name_____________________ Address__________________ City_____________________ State_________Zip________



Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen PM 1961 Jun-3

Description:
Historic Inn; built in 1840 as a Mormon residence; now modernized; retaining pioneer Mormon architecture. Delicious family style dinners served daily from 5 PM to 8:30 PM; except Monday and Tuesday; Sundays from 11:30 AM; specialties: southern fried chicken; Channel catfish; choice steaks; baked ham; dining rooms open April 1 to Nov. 1


Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Inn; built in 1840 as a Mormon residence; now modernized-retaining pioneer Mormon architecture. Delicious family style dinners, served daily from 5 PM to 8:30 PM, except Monday and Tuesday; Sundays from 11:30 AM; specialties: Southern fried chicken, Channel catfish; choice steaks; baked ham. Dining rooms open April 1 to Nov. 1



Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome

Description:
HISTORIC INN, built in 1840 as a residence. Now restored... early Mormon Architecture DELICIOUS FAMILY STYLE DINNERS Served Daily from 5 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. sundays from 11:30 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. Closed Monday and Tuesday Specialties: Southern Fried Chicken, Channel cat-fish - Baked Ham - Seafoods - Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Ribs. DINING ROOMS OPEN MAR. 15th to DEC 15th Telephone: 453-2211 - Area 217


Hotel Nauvoo
Title:
Hotel Nauvoo
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome PM 1965 Aug-22

Description:
Historic inn, built in 1840 as a residence. Newly restores... early Mormon architecture. Delicious family style dinners. Served daily from 5 pm to 9 pm. Sundays from 11:30 am. Specialties: Southern fried chicken, channel cat fish - baked ham - seafoods - charcoal broiled steaks and ribs. Dining rooms open Mar. 15th to Dec. 15th. Telephone: 453-2211 - Area 217 John A. Kraus Co



Saint Mary Priory Chapel on the Mississippi
Title:
Saint Mary Priory Chapel on the Mississippi
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Here, in the fourteen-century old tradition of their Order, the Benedictine nuns chant the Divine Office and live their lives of sacrifice for the glory of Almighty God. "Peace be to those who enter here."


Mansion House, Joseph Smitt Residence
Title:
Mansion House, Joseph Smitt Residence
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 1843-1844. As Nauvoo developed it attracted visitors from all the world. In 1842 the Mansion House was built to accommodate visitors and to serve as the Smith residence. Today, like those early years, the church officials and missionaries reside here while passing through Nauvoo in their journies on their church endeavors



Joseph Smith Mansion House
Title:
Joseph Smith Mansion House
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Mormon Store
Title:
Mormon Store
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected 1844. Operated by Raymond and Louisa Clark. In post Mormon times used as a hotel



President William Mark's Residence
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President William Mark's Residence
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused

Description:
William Marks (1792-1872) First counselor in the First Presidency of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.


Joseph Smith's Mansion House
Title:
Joseph Smith's Mansion House
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused



Residence of Brigham Young
Title:
Residence of Brigham Young
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Real Photo unused


Mississippi River Ferry
Title:
Mississippi River Ferry
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
From the foot of Parley Street in Nauvoo, Illinois to the boat harbour in Montrose, Iowa. Ride the Ferry April through October. On the beautiful mile wide crossing of the Mississippi River where Brigham Young led the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints westward.



St. Mary's Academy
Title:
St. Mary's Academy
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-17


St. Mary's Academy
Title:
St. Mary's Academy
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused



Nauvoo Temple, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Title:
Nauvoo Temple, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
An architectural triumph, the Nauvoo temple was begun in 1841, but its interior was never completed. Standing on the crest of the hill, it was 80 feet wide, 128 feet deep, and nearly 200 feet high. Conforming to modern architectural ideals its design was simple, having as its chief embellishments stone cuttings of the sun, moon and stars arranged as in the vision of the Apostle John seeing the church clothed in the sun, standing upon the moon, and with a crown of stars in her hair. The building was destroyed by fire and storm. The Nauvoo temple is a page out of the past, but the ideals of the church that built it are still perpetuated by the church, the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.


Nauvoo House
Title:
Nauvoo House
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
This structure was to be a hotel and house the offices of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at Nauvoo. However, it was only partly completed. Later, part of the building was completed as a residence for Joseph's widow, Emma, who remained in Nauvoo with the children after her husband's death. She died in this building in 1879. Today it is used for the youth camps and reunions of the church



The Unfinished Nauvoo House
Title:
The Unfinished Nauvoo House
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
As it appeared until 1869, construction began 1841. This structure was to be a hotel and house the church offices. However, it was only partly completed. Later, part of the building was completed as a residence for Joseph's widow, Emma, who remained in Nauvoo with the children after her husband's death. She died in this building in 1879


Only Log cabin in Nauvoo Mormon Relic
Title:
Only Log cabin in Nauvoo Mormon Relic
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
1. Only Log House in Nauvoo, Mormon relic. 2. Hewn Cap of one of the 30 Pilasters of Nauvoo Mormon temple. 3. Secret Closet in Joseph Smith Mansion House



The Joseph Smith Riverside Mansion
Title:
The Joseph Smith Riverside Mansion
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused


Nauvoo Mormon Temple
Title:
Nauvoo Mormon Temple
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused

Description:
Built in 1841 - Destroyed in 1848. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints). Built of light gray limestone; it was 128 feet long, 88 feet broad, 60 feet high and to the top of tower 200 feet; had 30 hewn pilasters costing $3,000 each. Cost of Temple, $1,000,000. Cornerstone laid April 6, 1841, and dedicated on May 1850 a tornado completed the destruction.



Naovoo Mormon Temple
Title:
Naovoo Mormon Temple
Nauvoo Illinois (IL), Linen unused




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