For the last 35 years of President David O. McKay's life, Clare Middlemiss was his personal secretary. After her death it came to light that over the years she had made unauthorized copies of 130,000 pages of a wide variety of things ranging from McKay's diary and personal letters to transcripts of First Presidency meetings. She stored the copies in her garage and bequeathed them to a nephew who, with the help of a friend, used them to write David O. McKay and the Rise of Modern Mormonism (Gregory A. Prince and William Robert Wright, University of Utah Press, 2005). Today, I updated my sidebar with a link to "Maligning McConkie," an article that explains how the Prince and Wright book wrongfully discredits and defames Elder Bruce R. McConkie. Earlier drafts of my article were posted in 2007 (here) and in 2010 (here) on this blog.