The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Romney (fourth from left, standing), like other missionaries, got a new assignment every few months; he started in Le Havre, but spent a fair amount of time in southern France, where he became a zone leader, responsible for overseeing a group of missionaries. Here, he is part of a group assembled outside the Mormon chapel in Talence, a suburb of Bordeaux.
Romney (fourth from left, standing), like other missionaries, got a new assignment every few months; he started in Le Havre, but spent a fair amount of time in southern France, where he became a zone leader, responsible for overseeing a group of missionaries. Here, he is part of a group assembled outside the Mormon chapel in Talence, a suburb of Bordeaux.
(Photo / Marie-Blanche and Jean Causse)