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English: Joseph Don Carlos Young (May 6, 1855 – October 19, 1938) was an American architect and the Church Architect for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1887 until 1893. After the death of Truman O. Angell, Young was appointed the architect for the Salt Lake Temple. Young was also responsible for the design of the 2nd Eagle Gate, the Latter-day Saint University (later LDS College and LDS Business College, Salt Lake City's Liberty Park, a dormitory for Brigham Young College (1882–1885; Logan, Utah Territory), the Bear Lake Tabernacle (1883–1888; Paris, Idaho), and the Brigham Young Academy (later BYU University).
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