Yes, we do. FamilySearch is committed to preserving historical records related to the human family. Since 1894, we have acquired genealogy records from around the world. Microfilm copies (and more recently digital images) of these records are stored in a high-tech vault excavated into a slab of granite in a mountain near Salt Lake City in the United States. To prevent these valuable collections from deteriorating, the public is not allowed access inside the vault.
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