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Logan History - Historic Photo Collection

This is a free resource of historical photographs that depict the history of Logan City and Cache Valley. If you use these photographs, please credit the Logan Library. Send us an email if you would like to comment on the collection. Submit your photo to be included in the collection.

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First Security Bank Drive Through
5 South Main (Behind)
about 1980
After the Thatcher Bank and Opera House burned down in 1912, this building was constructed in its place. It has held several different banking institutions through the years. The drive through was constructed in 1975.

Picture ID: 69

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Ford's Putt Pit Miniature Golf Course
140 South 100 West
1973


Picture ID: 214

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Frank Benson
Logan, Utah
about 1884
Frank Taft Benson (1883-1923), son of George Taft & Louisa Alexandrine (Balliff) Benson.

Picture ID: 615

Source: Whit Young Collection

Frank's Barber Shop/Edwards Shoe Repair
176-8 North Main
about 1980
Frank's Barber Shop, Frank C. Schiffman proprietor and Edwards Shoe Repair, LeLand S. Edward proprietor.

Picture ID: 294

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

George A. Smith
Salt Lake City, Utah
about 1870
George Albert Smith (June 26, 1817 – September 1, 1875) (commonly known as George A. Smith to distinguish him from his grandson of the same name). He was a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and later a member of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The city of St. George, Utah, is named after him.

Picture ID: 626

Source: Whit Young Collection

George Blair
Logan, Utah
about 1925
George Blair, son of Jedediah M. & Julia S. (Balliff) Blair, was born September 21, 1892 in Logan, Utah. He married Gladys Mae Williams, and died in Logan, Utah in 1985.

Picture ID: 596

Source: Whit Young Collection

George Boeck
90 North 100 East
October 1973
George Boeck was the fourth director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information. This photograph was taken from the Herald Journal Newspaper Photographs Collection.

Picture ID: 386

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

George Boeck
90 North 100 East
Fall 1973
George Boeck was the fourth director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information.

Picture ID: 393

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

George Boeck
90 North 100 East
1973
George Boeck was the fourth director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information.

Picture ID: 394

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

George Boeck and Judy MacMahon
90 North 100 East
October 1973
George Boeck was the fourth director of the Logan Library. He is here pictured with Judy MacMahon who later became the fifth director. Click here for more information. This photograph was taken from the Herald Journal Newspaper Photographs Collection.

Picture ID: 385

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

George Boeck Helping a Patron
90 North 100 East
about 1973
George Boeck was the fourth director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information. This photograph was taken from the Herald Journal Newspaper Photographs Collection.

Picture ID: 382

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

George H. Champ House
191 East 100 North
about 1960
This house was built in 1915 by George Herbert Champ. In 1892 Mr. Champ came to Cache Valley and soon after founded the Utah Mortgage and Loan Company. The firm, in 1903, spawned the Cache Valley Banking Company.

Picture ID: 372

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

George H. Champ House
191 East 100 North
1998
This house was built in 1915 by George Herbert Champ. In 1892 Mr. Champ came to Cache Valley and soon after founded the Utah Mortgage and Loan Company. The firm, in 1903, spawned the Cache Valley Banking Company.

Picture ID: 494

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

George L. Farrell House
109-111 North 200 West
1978
This building is a duplex built in about 1862 as a polygamist home by George L. Farrell. It is a two story structure built of Swan Peak quartzite which is found locally.

Picture ID: 7

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

George L. Farrell House
109-111 North 200 West
about 1980
This building is a duplex built in about 1862 as a polygamist home by George L. Farrell. It is a two story structure built of Swan Peak quartzite which is found locally.

Picture ID: 6

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

George L. Farrell House
109-111 North 200 West
1998
This building is a duplex built in about 1862 as a polygamist home by George L. Farrell. It is a two story structure built of Swan Peak quartzite which is found locally.

Picture ID: 487

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

George L. Farrell House
109-111 North 200 West
1978
This building is a duplex built in about 1862 as a polygamist home by George L. Farrell. It is a two story structure built of Swan Peak quartzite which is found locally.

Picture ID: 8

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

George Nelson Fieldhouse
Utah State University Campus
about 1960
Constructed in 1939, the George Nelson Fieldhouse is a multi-purpose arena on the campus of Utah State University. As a 6,500-seat arena, it was home to the Utah State University men's basketball team until the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum opened in 1970. Though the Fieldhouse no longer serves the USU basketball teams, it remains the primary venue for home varsity indoor track meets.

Picture ID: 594

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

George W. Thatcher

Ninth mayor of Logan, Utah. This is a photograph taken from a collection of former mayor photographs which is hanging in Logan City Hall. Click here for more information.

Picture ID: 443

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

George W. Thatcher, Sr. House
35 West 100 South
about 1980
The house was built in the 1870's by George W. Thatcher, Sr. It was remodeled, the front stairway was added, and for a time was used as student housing. The Thatcher-Young mansion was restored and is now an art gallery for the Alliance for the Varied Arts.

Picture ID: 11

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
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