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Buildings -- Utah -- Salt Lake City -- Photographs

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Early Salt Lake City photographs

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197233614707]
Identifier: MSS P 610
Scope and Contents

11 photographs dealing with people and places from early Salt Lake City, Utah, during 1850-1899.

Dates: approximately 1850-1899

Photograph of Salt Lake Temple

 Item — Item 1: [Barcode: 31197233637070]
Identifier: MSS 8241
Scope and Contents

The item is a photograph of the Salt Lake Temple. The photograph was taken between the laying of the capstone in April 1892 and the dedication in April 1893. A part of the Salt Lake Tabernacle is barely visible on the left side of the photograph. Trees surround the Temple, but the gardens have not yet been planted. Two ladders and a man can be seen on the west spires.

Dates: approximately 1892-1893

Photograph at the Utah State Capitol Building

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197227644181]
Identifier: MSS 5932
Scope and Contents This collection contains two black and white photographs. One of the photographs is 7.5" x 10" and is of a group of men standing on top of the last granite stone for the Utah State Capitol Building. The photograph was taken on 11 February 1915. The other photograph is 10.75" x 14" and is of a large row of people and horses and wagons lined up in front of the Alaska Ice & Storage Co. in Salt Lake City. The photographs were originally owned by James Bell Whyte, founder of the Utah Granite...
Dates: 1915