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(KSL News) -- The latest exhibit at BYU features the life and ministry of LDS prophet Joseph Smith.
Rare books, manuscripts and images tell the prophet's story. There's a replica of the original printing press that created the first copies of the Book of Mormon and first run editions of early Mormon newspapers.
December 23rd marks the 200th anniversary of Smith's birth.
The exhibit will be on display through April in the Harold B. Lee library.