Houses of Lorenzo Snow
These pictures show some of the houses that Lorenzo Snow had lived in during his calling as an Apostle and LDS Church President. Lorenzo Snow received a college degree and earned a living as a school teacher. He was ordained an Apostle in Salt Lake in 1849, making him the first Church President that hadn't been originally ordained an apostle by Joseph Smith. He was sustained as Church President on September 13, 1898.
Lorenzo Snow founded Brigham City in 1853. He and his wives lived in and operated this hotel.
Lorenzo Snow didn't spend a lot of time living at any of his homes. He was continually being sent on missions, serving in England, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, Hawaii (then called The Sandwich Islands), among others.
Lorenzo Snow likely lived here while he worked as president of the Salt Lake City Temple.
Lorenzo Snow and his family lived in Brigham Young's Beehive House after being sustained President of the Church in 1898, following the death of Wilford Woodruff.
Lorenzo Snow's presidency is notable for dealing with the post polygamy fallout, his vision of Jesus Christ in the Salt Lake Temple, setting the foundation for the church's young men and women's program, and for pulling the church out of a financial crisis.