OK so maybe just one pet peeve per post.
Not long ago I came across a photo of two men. It was a partially labled photo, so I was having trouble naming the people in it. All the caption said was "dedicated by Elder Charles A. Callis", but it didn't say who was who.
I figured out the one on the
The one on the
This is Miles Levanter Jones, the Eastern States Mission President in 1934, the date the photo was taken. I think the resemblance is remarkable. He was one of the people at the dedication. So he is a good fit.
I know, it is strange to get excited about something so obscure. Only a history geek could get this excited over something like this. But there is a lesson here.
LABEL YOUR PHOTOS!!!!
After over two years of trying to figure out who this guy was, I had given up. Don't do this to your descendents.