What to do with a Book of Mormon collection?

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What to do with a Book of Mormon collection?

Postby sdtransier » Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:00 pm

Hello,

About ten years ago, my brother decided to buy about 20 different copies of the Book of Mormon in various lanaguages (Russian, Urdu, Greek, etc). I eventually inherited the collection, but I am ready to donate it somewhere where it could be of good use.

Any ideas or suggestions about where I could donate these to? I'm near the Idaho Falls/Rexburg area.

Thanks,

Spencer

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Re: What to do with a Book of Mormon collection?

Postby aebrown » Mon Oct 03, 2016 7:23 am

sdtransier wrote:About ten years ago, my brother decided to buy about 20 different copies of the Book of Mormon in various lanaguages (Russian, Urdu, Greek, etc). I eventually inherited the collection, but I am ready to donate it somewhere where it could be of good use.

My family has donated unneeded copies of the scriptures to Deseret Industries. I've certainly seen scriptures for sale at DI. And there is a DI location in Idaho Falls and another in Rexburg.

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Re: What to do with a Book of Mormon collection?

Postby lajackson » Mon Oct 03, 2016 11:40 am

Perhaps the BYU-Idaho University Library in Rexburg would be interested, since there are various language copies of the book?

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Re: What to do with a Book of Mormon collection?

Postby sdtransier » Sat Oct 08, 2016 11:02 pm

Thank you both for your answers. I will look into those options.

Have a great Sunday!


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