It’s time for a new feature: Guess that Prominent Mormon!
The prominent Mormon pictured at the left was traveling incognito. In 1884, he was serving as president of the Southern States Mission when two of his missionaries in Tennessee were murdered by the Ku Klux Klan. Their bodies had been unceremoniously buried, and he risked his life to retrieve them so they could be returned to Utah. He was so pleased with his tramp disguise and successful effort that this photograph became one of his prize possessions. Who was he?
Once someone has guessed correctly, feel free to add any additional information you like about this person. (Future editions of this feature may or may not include pictures.)