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(KSL News) -- Plans for a new library in downtown Salt Lake City are in the works. Representatives of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will shows plans for a new Church History Library to members of the Capitol Hill Community Council this evening.
A five-story building is proposed for the corner of North Temple and Main Streets. General-use reading rooms and a special collections area would be housed there.
In a statement, Elder Marlin K. Jensen, the Church Historian and Recorder: 'The new church history library will be a welcome resource for those who wish to learn more about Latter-day Saint history. Scholars, church members and other researchers will enjoy expanded, more comfortable research facilities and enhanced access to our collections."