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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.

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Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen
Logan, Utah
about 1930
Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen were residents of Logan their entire lives. Lorenzo was prominent in the local dairy industry and served as mayor of Logan City 1902-1904.

For more information, you may read patron-submitted biographies of both Lorenzo and Mary.

Picture ID: 504

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen
Logan, Utah
about 1940
Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen were residents of Logan their entire lives. Lorenzo was prominent in the local dairy industry and served as mayor of Logan City 1902-1904.

For more information, you may read patron-submitted biographies of both Lorenzo and Mary.

Picture ID: 505

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen
Logan, Utah
about 1930
Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen were residents of Logan their entire lives. Lorenzo was prominent in the local dairy industry and served as mayor of Logan City 1902-1904.

For more information, you may read patron-submitted biographies of both Lorenzo and Mary.

Picture ID: 508

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Lorenzo Hansen
San Francisco, California
May 1937
Lorenzo Hansen was a resident of Logan his entire life. He was prominent in the local dairy industry and served as mayor of Logan City 1902-1904.

It appears that this photograph was taken on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. Because of the many people walking on the bridge, it most likely was taken at the opening even on May 27, 1937.

For more information on the life of Lorenzo Hansen, please read a patron-submitted biography of Lorenzo.

Picture ID: 510

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Lorenzo Hansen

Twelfth 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: 446

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Lorenzo Hansen Family
Logan, Utah
about 1900
This photograph includes the family of Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen: (from left to right) Ida, Lorenzo, Oswald Alfred, Ann Maria, and Antoinette. Lorenzo and Anne were residents of Logan their entire lives. Lorenzo was prominent in the local dairy industry and served as mayor of Logan City 1902-1904.

For more information, you may read patron-submitted biographies of both Lorenzo and Mary.

Picture ID: 509

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Lorenzo Hansen House
33 South 100 West
about 1915
This house was built in 1907 by Lorenzo Hansen, mayor of Logan City from 1902 to 1904. He was the founder of the Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company. He was instrumental in establishing the Budge Hospital and the first municipal power plant in Logan. This photo was taken when the house was added on to the south side and the Samuel Bailey and Mary Jane Mitton family (7 children) moved in. Samuel was the half brother to Ann Maria Robbins (Mitton) Hansen, wife of Lorenzo.

Picture ID: 507

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection

Lorenzo Hansen House
33 South 100 West
about 1980
This house was built in 1907 by Lorenzo Hansen, mayor of Logan from 1902 to 1904. He was the founder of the Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company. He was instrumental in establishing the Budge Hospital and the first municipal power plant in Logan.

Picture ID: 24

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Lorenzo Hansen House
33 South 100 West
about 1930
This house was built in 1907 by Lorenzo Hansen, mayor of Logan City from 1902 to 1904. He was the founder of the Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company. He was instrumental in establishing the Budge Hospital and the first municipal power plant in Logan.

Picture ID: 506

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection

Lorenzo Hansen House
33 South 100 West
about 1920
This house was built in 1907 by Lorenzo Hansen, mayor of Logan City from 1902 to 1904. He was the founder of the Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company. He was instrumental in establishing the Budge Hospital and the first municipal power plant in Logan.

Picture ID: 324

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Louis Fisher
Utah
1876
Louis Fisher, son of Ziba & Emily (Duncan) Fisher, was born August 25, 1850 in Vermont. In 1877 he married Mary N. Putnam Duncan. He died in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1885.

Picture ID: 577

Source: Whit Young Collection

Louis Putnam Fisher
Utah
1879
Louis Putnam Fisher, son of Louis & Mary Nelie (Putnam) Fisher, was born May 30, 1878 in Cedar City, Utah. He died in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1886.

Picture ID: 576

Source: Whit Young Collection

Low Cost Drug Store
101 North Main
about 1970
Originally built in 1880, this building was originally an agricultural implement store owned by A.G. Barber and N.W. Thomas. In 1900 Mrs. M.E. Hanks rented the upper part of the Thomas Building and created a boarding house that became known as Hanks Hotel. The building has had many businesses, including Dar's Barber Shop which was in the basement during the 1950’s. When it was remodeled for Low Cost Drug, its whole appearance changed.

In 1984 the building was heavily remodeled and became Cache Valley Bank. In 2015 the building was again remodeled and given a more classic appearance by the same bank.

Picture ID: 56

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Lundstrom Furniture Store
45 West Center
about 1980
David Reese built a livery stable and harness shop at this location. Business was good and he built two stories above the first. The Reese Opera House was on the second floor of this three story building in 1885, the first opera house in Logan. It closed in 1890 when the Thatcher Opera House opened. A skating rink was on the upper story where wooden roller skates were used. In 1901 A.G. Lundstrom established the Lundstrom Furniture and Carpet Company in the building and for 85 years it occupied that historic location. Lundstrom's was torn down to create a drive thru to the center of the block in the 1980's.

Picture ID: 313

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Lundstrom Park
1600 East 1350 North
about 1980
Lundstrom Park was named for A.G. Lundstrom, mayor from 1926-1940, who is remembered for his work to develop a diesel generating plant and preserve Logan’s municipal power system. The land was originally the university’s “turkey farm” and was acquired by the city in March 1969. The property remained undeveloped until 1976.

Picture ID: 274

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Maddox's Restaurant
Perry, Utah
about 1965
Established in 1954, three generations of the Maddox family have run this successful restaurant in Perry, Utah, along Highway 89.

Picture ID: 566

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Mae Hansen

about 1905
Mae Hansen was the first director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information.

Picture ID: 374

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

Mae Hansen

about 1915
Mae Hansen was the first director of the Logan Library. Click here for more information.

Picture ID: 373

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History

Main Street
Center and Main
about 1972
This image includes a number of businesses: The Bluebird Restaurant, Baugh Jewelry, and others.

Picture ID: 259

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Main Street - Center to 100 North
Center and Main
about 1925


Picture ID: 547

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
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