What was it that caused Emma Smith to stay in Nauvoo and not go west with the Church?
a. She could not leave Joseph
b. Lucy Mack Smith was too feeble to travel and she could not leave her
c. Her dislike of Brigham Young
d. Her love for Nauvoo
(C) Underground parking
There is located the London Chapel, dedicated in 1961. Built of Portland stone, with a tapering, needlelike spire reaching 131 feet high, the chapel is already a London landmark. When it was opened, the chapel attracted comment partly due to the fact that it incorporates an underground garage.
Robert Mullen, The Latter-day Saints: The Mormons Yesterday and Today (New York: Doubleday, 1966), 245.