This specific is actually going to be short note. While doing a microfilm search on the Brigham Young University Family History Library webpage, I got the above response to my search. Because I seldom believe such notices, I immediately searched for the same item online. I found the both Ancestry.com along with the Hathi Trust had compete along with available digital copies online. I also found the item, a book, from the BYU Harold B. Lee Library.
Here is actually the word to the wise. Always assume of which the item you are looking for is actually available in digital form online. You will be right more than half the time. If This specific is actually not online, This specific will be from the BYU Family History Library in Provo, Utah. If for any reason, This specific is actually not from the BYU Library, This specific will be from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. If This specific is actually in none of those places, This specific may be available through interlibrary loan. Only after all This specific searching, should you genuinely feel justified in traveling to a remote repository to do some research.
Moral of This specific story? I do not have to travel, even to Salt Lake City.
Restricted Records — A Word to the Wise