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“Contents,” Ensign, May 1976, 3


May 1976

Volume 6 Number 5

On the cover: Photograph of an original painting by Grant Romney Clawson, which hangs as a mural in the Temple Square Visitors Center.

Inside front cover: Photograph of a monument located on Temple Square. The full text of the engraving reads, “The Constitution of the United States is a glorious standard … founded in the wisdom of God … established by the hands of wise men … raised up unto this very purpose. It is to all those who are privileged with the sweets of liberty like the cooling shades and refreshing waters of a great rock in a thirsty and weary land. Joseph Smith.”

Inside back cover: Lorenzo Snow. This photograph was taken during President Snow’s three-year presidency, between 1898 and 1901, by an unknown photographer.

Photography in this issue is by members of the Church Photography Department: Eldon K. Linschoten; Longin Lonczyna, Jr.; Marilyn Erd; Jed A. Clark; Craig L. Law.