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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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Global Village
146 North 100 East
2008
The house was built in 1897 and was the home of William Budge from 1909-1914. Mr. Budge was twice a member of the Idaho Territorial Legislature. He was a bishop in Providence and in 1870 he was called to be Stake President of Bear Lake Stake. In 1878 he was called to be the President of the European Mission for two and one-half years. In 1906 Mr. Budge became the president of the Logan Temple and remained at that capacity until his death in 1918. The William Budge Memorial Hospital in Logan was named after him. This small Victorian home is very beautiful with bay windows, bracketing and a variety of massings.

Picture ID: 977

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Gordon's Machine and Iron Works
45 West 500 North
about 1976
If you know something about this business, please let us know. The address is approximate and has not been verified.

Picture ID: 1276

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Gossner Foods Inc.
1051 North 1000 West
2009
Edwin Gossner, born in Switzerland, came to Logan in 1941 and started the Gossner Cheese Factory. Within five years he had built up the largest Swiss cheese making factory in the world, producing 120 two hundred pound wheels of cheese a day. In the ensuing years Gossner was the guiding force in upgrading Cache Valley milk production to Grade A market status. He brought sustained benefits to the dairymen by opening new markets for them and increasing their overall profits. Gossner also made important innovations such as introducing to the area the means of making processed cheese and a more efficient recovery method of whey by-products.

Picture ID: 1006

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Gossner Foods Inc.
1051 North 1000 West
2009
Gossner's is a popular place for people to purchase dairy products. Gossner's sells their products to stores and food companies throughout the west. They sell, among other things, "squeaky" cheese, milk in cartons that can sit on the shelf until after opened, and many different cheeses and flavors of cheese. They consistently win awards in the Western Region for their Swiss cheese.

Picture ID: 1005

Source: Patricia Record Collection

GQ Salon
71 West Center
2008


Picture ID: 882

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Great Harvest Bread Company
55 West Center
2008
The building was constructed c1888 by H. G. Hayball and his brother Hyrum. Henry G. Hayball was a Logan mayor from 1912-14. The building housed Hayball's Grocery. In the 1890's the business stocked "boots, shoes, hats" and other useful items as well as "butter, eggs and poultry."

Picture ID: 1036

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Great Harvest Bread Company
55 West Center
2008
The building was constructed c1888 by H. G. Hayball and his brother Hyrum. Henry G. Hayball was a Logan mayor from 1912-14. The building housed Hayball's Grocery. In the 1890's the business stocked "boots, shoes, hats" and other useful items as well as "butter, eggs and poultry."

Picture ID: 1037

Source: Patricia Record Collection

Great Harvest Bread Company
55 West Center
2009
Built c1888, the building housed Hayball's Grocery which evolved from Hayball's General Merchandise.

Picture ID: 960

Source: Darrin Smith Photo Collection

Group of Shoshone Indians
Unknown Location Location
Unknown Date
The Shoshone are the indigenous Native American tribes which lived in and around Cache Valley for thousands of years before Europeans migrated into the area. Clashes arose, most notably the Bear Lake Massacre resulting in the deaths of hundreds of natives.

Picture ID: 21L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

H. Craig Peterson

Thirty-seventh 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: 471

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Hailstone Meet and Other Businesses
535-541 North Main
about 1976
This photo includes Hailstone Meat, Artistic Beauty Salon, and Tots To Teens Clothing Store.

Picture ID: 251

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Hall Business Service
47 West 300 South
1973


Picture ID: 183

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Handcart Company
Wellsville, Utah
1994
Wellsville Founder's Day

Picture ID: 714

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Handcart Company
Wellsville, Utah
1994
Wellsville Founder's Day

Picture ID: 715

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Hans and Mina (Halvorsen) Hansen
Norway
about 1875
Hans Kristian Hansen (1852 - ?) and Mina Sophie Halvorsen (1853 - ?).

Picture ID: 617

Source: Whit Young Collection

Harvesting Ice
Unknown Location Location
about 1910
It was hard work getting the ice out of the pond, taking 10 to 14 days with 15 men working long days to get the ice in. They used long saws to cut chunks two feet by three feet, 18 inches thick in a cold winter, then pushed the chunks along with sharp pointed pipe poles and floated these chunks to an elevator for loading and into the storage building to be packed with sawdust. With the building full they would usually have enough ice to last through the summer. One such company locally was Mortensen’s Ice Company, located at 900 South Main.

Picture ID: 84L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Harvey Harris Cluff
San Francisco, California
about 1885
Harvey Harris Cluff, son of David & Elizabeth (Hall) Cluff, was born January 9, 1836 in Kirtland, Ohio. In 1857 he married Margaret Foster. He died in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1916.

Picture ID: 560

Source: Whit Young Collection

Harvey Harris Cluff
Salt Lake City, Utah
about 1880
Harvey Harris Cluff, son of David & Elizabeth (Hall) Cluff, was born January 9, 1836 in Kirtland, Ohio. In 1857 he married Margaret Foster. He died in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1916.

Picture ID: 559

Source: Whit Young Collection

Hay Stacks
Unknown Location Location
about 1900
This photograph shows farmers using a derrick, the pitch fork is raised and lowered by horses to lift the hay from the wagons to the top of the hay stacks.

Picture ID: 55L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Heber S. Amussen House
102 West Center
about 1890
In 1905 this house, built in about 1890, became the second William Budge hospital. The hospital provided eighteen beds, an operating room, class room, dining room, kitchen, reception room, and other conveniences. When the hospital was moved in 1914, Dr. Heber S. and Ruby W. Amussen lived in this house.

Picture ID: 47L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
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