Houses of Harold B. Lee
These pictures are of some of the houses and dwellings that Harold B. Lee had lived in after his calling as an Apostle and then as Prophet. Harold B. Lee grew up on rural Idaho. He earned his teaching certificate and worked as an elementary school teacher and later as a school district principal. His other careers included working as a district manager for a library supplies company and was an appointed member of the Salt Lake City Commission with responsibility for streets and public properties. Harold B. Lee was ordained an Apostle on April 10, 1941, and became Church President on July 7, 1972.
Harold B. Lee only served as president for a year and a half before he passed away of a heart attack in this house in 1973. His most notable accomplishment was his innovations to the church welfare program during his time as an apostle.