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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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Corner of Center and Main
Center and Main
about 1880
Early view of Main Street looking north from Center.

Picture ID: 322

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Countrywide Home Loans
33 North Main
2008
Built in 1884 by Oliver Ormsby and Benjamin F. Riter, it is one of the oldest buildings on Main Street. It was known as Pioneer Drug and was the first store of its kind in the valley. After the partnership dissolved in 1891, it became known as Riter Brothers Drug.

Picture ID: 1063

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Courthouse and County Office Building
179-199 North Main
2008
Restoration was completed in 2006 on the Cache County Courthouse built in 1883. The new county office building was built next to it on Main Street.

Picture ID: 895

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Curtis L. Miner

Twenty-third 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: 457

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Cyrus J. Jones House
280 West Center
2008
This house was built in 1896 by Cyrus J. Jones.

Picture ID: 806

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Cyrus J. Jones House
280 West Center
2004
This house was built in 1896 by Cyrus J. Jones.

Picture ID: 29

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

D.C. Budge House
69 East 100 North
about 1976
This house was built around 1904 by Doctor D.C. Budge. Budge was one of the first medical doctors in Logan. He was responsible for the first hospital in Logan.

Picture ID: 244

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Dahlia Exhibit
90 North 100 East
September 24, 1932
Dahlia exhibit by James H. Linford with a background of chrysanthemums, flowered sunflowers, and a border of tagetes. This exhibit was part of an activity in the library by the Logan Flower Garden Club.

Picture ID: 380

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

Dansante Building
59 South 100 West
2008
The Utah Festival Opera Company renovated the Dansante building in 1997. The company, under the direction of Michael Ballam, presents grand opera, light operettas, and musicals in repertory. The scenery and costumes are spectacular and the performances are brilliant.

Picture ID: 1121

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Dansante Building
59 South 100 West
2008
The building known as the Auditorium was constructed c1909. It was a roller skating rink and then the famous Dansante Dance Hall. It housed Mode 'O Day clothing manufacturing company and then was empty for several years. In 1997 it was remodeled for use by the Utah Festival Opera Company.

Picture ID: 1120

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Dansante Building
59 South 100 West
2008
The Utah Festival Opera Company renovated the Dansante building in 1997. The company, under the direction of Michael Ballam, presents grand opera, light operettas, and musicals in repertory. The scenery and costumes are spectacular and the performances are brilliant.

Picture ID: 1287

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Dansante Building Entrance
59 South 100 West
2008
The Utah Festival Opera Company kept the Dansante name on the building when they totally remodeled it.

Picture ID: 1117

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Darla D. Clark

Thirty-fourth 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: 468

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

David & Ella (Holmgren) Nicholes House
801 North 200 East
about 1939
Ella, wife of David Nicholes, was the daughter of John P. Holmgren who was a local painter and designer. Both he and Ella had come from Sweden in 1914. At this time the property was a small farm with sheep and horses and a large garden. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 219

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

David C. Budge House
69 East 100 North
2008
Dr. David C. Budge opened his offices in 1900 in Logan. He was a horse and buggy doctor who started a Budge family tradition of medicinal healers in Logan.

Picture ID: 811

Source: Patricia Record Collection

David Eccles House
250 West Center
2008
The house of David Eccles built in 1907 is on the National Register. It represents a unique part of the Mormon polygamy story as it was the home of Mr. Eccles' second family.

Picture ID: 1361

Source: Patricia Record Collection

David Eccles House
250 West Center
1973
This home was built in 1907. It was built as the residence of the second wife of David Eccles, Ellen Stoddard. Early in the twentieth century, Utah State University acquired downtown houses for use by its students, and the David Eccles home became a dorm for upper-class women in 1946. In 1956 it became Kerr Hall, a dorm for forty-five male students. It is currently owned by S.E. Needham, III, known for his various business interests throughout Logan.

Picture ID: 189

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

David Eccles House
250 West Center
2008
The house of David Eccles built in 1907 is on the National Register. It represents a unique part of the Mormon polygamy story as it was the home of Mr. Eccles' second family.

Picture ID: 1027

Source: Patricia Record Collection

David Eccles House
250 West Center
about 1980
This home was built in 1907. It was built as the residence of the second wife of David Eccles, Ellen Stoddard. Early in the twentieth century, Utah State University acquired downtown houses for use by its students, and the David Eccles home became a dorm for upper-class women in 1946. In 1956 it became Kerr Hall, a dorm for forty-five male students. It is currently owned by S.E. Needham, III, known for his various business interests throughout Logan.

Picture ID: 18

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

David Eccles House
250 West Center
2008
The house of David Eccles built in 1907 is on the National Register. It represents a unique part of the Mormon polygamy story as it was the home of Mr. Eccles' second family.

Picture ID: 1029

Source: Patricia Record Collection
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