100 years ago today - Jun 14, 1923

[First Presidency to Stake and Temple Presidents]
After careful and prayerful consideration it was unanimously decided that the following modifications may be permitted, and a garment of the following style be worn by those Church members who wish to adopt it, namely: (1) Sleeve to elbow. (2) Leg just below knee. (3) Buttons instead of strings. (4) Collar eliminated. (5) Crotch closed. It may be observed that no fixed pattern of Temple garment has ever been given ...

[Heber J. Grant, Charles W. Penrose, and Anthony W. Ivins to Stake and Temple Presidents, June 14, 1923, in Anderson, Devery; The Development of LDS Temple Worship, 1846-2000: A Documentary History, http://amzn.to/TempleWorship]

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