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Mormons come to Auburn

TWER presents, without comment, the story of what appears to be Auburn’s first encounter with Mormonism as reported in a winter 1898 issue of The Plainsman (then the Orange and Blue), and told with the snarkiness typical of that era of Auburn student journalism.

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