Somehow I can’t find the good picture with the some clues as to the source of the photograph that comes in that book that’s title I’m never sure of, The Mormon Trek West may or may not be it, might be the name of a similar book close to it on the library shelf. — That’s it, by Joseph E. Brown, pub’d 1980. == 973.6 B878 but it’s in the Closed Stacks that you have to ask for it and someone go get it for you, but that’s the best or fullest image of this photo, but it’s got some of that hallucino-stuff in it to where I’d seen one of its “ghostly images” later in a silent film still with one of these Jomon characters, some beach and boats scene, walking up where a couple of boats were laying upside down or some such, then somehow used as a transparency that shows up in all or some of these other copies maybe too, but they’ve got some nice descriptive information in their little paragraph on the picture, him and Guravich, Dan. — I’m so tired out from looking for a copy of it that now I want to just forget the subject and move along to the next thing to try to look up.
digital commons dot usu dot edu slash cgi/view content dot cgi?article=1058&context=mormon history == 290 page journal pdf
en . wikipedia . org / wiki/User: Chauvelin 2000 slash sandbox/Messiah_ben_Joseph_ (LDS_Church) — and check the mormon named stillman pond’s wiki file
There’s a cropped version of the old photo that says, copyright 2016 by intellectual reserve, inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. It’s in newsroom dot church of jesus christ dot org slash article/mormonism-in-pictures-pioneers-trek-west ?imageView=MIP-Nauvoo-Temple-early-photo dot jpg
orson pratt brown dot org slash grandpa-stephen dot html
drloih journal dot blogspot dot com/2018/09/the-bloody-autumn-at-nauvoo-mormon-town-illinois-in-1845 dot html == illinois digital research, digital research library of illinois history journal, neil gale, phd
https ://en . wikipedia . org / wiki/Nauvoo_Temple
Nauvoo_Temple_daguerreotype.jpg Daguerreotype of the Nauvoo Temple, dated from details in the image to circa 1847. Public domain in the United States because of its age. The photographer is Louis R. Chaffin. The original is in the Cedar City Chapter of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers, Cedar City, Utah.
en . wikipedia . org / wiki/Bern_Switzerland_Temple