THE Granite Mountain Records Vault in Little Cottonwood Canyon contains what may be the world's most extensive collection of family records.
Operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, these vaults are encased in the mountain.
When the Vaults opened in 1965, there was a public open house and like, LDS Temples, anyone could visit it. Since then, unless you work there, no one has probably been given access to it.
Thus, the Vaults are somewhat of a mystery today.
Below/Above are some of the images of a mid-1960s brochure, published by the LDS Church on the Vaults.
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