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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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Main Street - Center to 100 North
Center and Main
about 1919


Picture ID: 105

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Main Street - South from 100 South
100 South Main
about 1919
A view of South Main, including the Utah Idaho Center Rail Road Station, Logan Mattress Company, and the Cache Valley Commission Company.

Picture ID: 100

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Main Street - South View
120 North Main - Southward
about 1980
Main Street at the corner of first north looking southward. Walker Bank is currently Zion's Bank.

Picture ID: 55

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Main Street Building
170-176 North Main
about 1980
The Cache Valley General Hospital was located on the upper floor of 170-176 North Main Street and was used from 1917 until the hospital on First East was built in 1928. This building also housed the Fonnesbeck Knitting Works and, currently, the Bear River Association of Governments.

Picture ID: 52

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Main Street Businesses
117 and 129 North Main
about 1970


Picture ID: 57

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Main Street in Winter
100 North Main Street
about 1936
Main Street in Logan after a severe snow storm. J.C. Penney store is on the west side of the street next to the Collegiate School of Beauty and City Drug Company.

Picture ID: 14L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Main Street Sidewalk
Between Center and 100 North Main
about 1930
A scene on Logan's main street shopping district for a pedestrian. Businesses include Dr. Paulson's Dentist Office, S.E. Needham Jewelers, Morrell's, Dr. Thatcher's Dentist Office, the Eagle Hotel, and others.

Picture ID: 16L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Marching Band on Center Street
Center Street
about 1910
24th of July Parade marching band on Center Street.

Picture ID: 92L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Margaret (Foster) Cluff
Logan, Utah
about 1865
Margaret Ann Foster, daughter of George & Jane (McCullough) Foster, was born January 23, 1840 in Ohio. In 1857 she married Harvey Harris Cluff. She died in Provo, Utah in 1883.

Picture ID: 625

Source: Whit Young Collection

Margaret (Foster) Cluff
Salt Lake City, Utah
about 1880
Margaret Ann Foster, daughter of George & Jane (McCullough) Foster, was born January 23, 1840 in Ohio. In 1857 she married Harvey Harris Cluff. She died in Provo, Utah in 1883.

Picture ID: 561

Source: Whit Young Collection

Margaret Elise Balliff
Logan, Utah
about 1891
Margaret Elise "El" Balliff, daughter of John Lyman & Emma Gurney (Smith) Balliff, was born September 24, 1889 in Logan, Utah. In 1915 she married Frederick Barrett. She died in Boise, Idaho in 1959.

Picture ID: 605

Source: Whit Young Collection

Margaret, Edward & Seth Hanson
Logan, Utah
about 1885
Martha "Mattie" Jane Blair, daughter of Seth M. & Sarah J. (Foster) Blair, was born August 9, 1856 in Salt Lake City. In 1881 she married Edward Hanson. She lived most of her life in Logan died there in 1948. She is here pictured with sons Edward and Seth Hanson.

Picture ID: 582

Source: Whit Young Collection

Marindale Avenue
Marindale Avenue
about 1980
Marindale Avenue was the first subdivision in Logan.

Picture ID: 27

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Marriner S. Eccles House
308 West Center Street
1978
The house was built between 1913 and 1914 by Marriner Eccles. Mr. Eccles was a prominent Logan business man, excelling in the banking and sugar industries. In 1934 he was appointed Governor of the Federal Reserve Board by President F.D. Roosevelt. The Federal Reserve Building in Washington D.C. the Eccles Building, was named in his honor.

Picture ID: 5

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Martha Jane (Blair) Hanson
Logan, Utah
about 1885
Martha "Mattie" Jane Blair, daughter of Seth M. & Sarah J. (Foster) Blair, was born August 9, 1856 in Salt Lake City. In 1881 she married Edward Hanson. She lived most of her life in Logan died there in 1948.

Picture ID: 556

Source: Whit Young Collection

Mechanical Arts Building
Utah State University Campus
March 23, 1908
Front view of the Mechanic Arts Building, Utah Agricultural College Campus (after 1957 Utah State University).

Picture ID: 80L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Merlin Olsen Central Park

about 1980
This park was named after the famous Logan native Merlin Olsen. Mr. Olsen played for the Los Angeles Rams for fifteen years and was honored in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980. He also had a successful acting career. He portrayed farmer Jonathan Garvey in the television series, The Little House on the Prairie.

Picture ID: 310

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Merlin Olsen Central Park

about 1980
This park was named after the famous Logan native Merlin Olsen. Mr. Olsen played for the Los Angeles Rams for fifteen years and was honored in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980. He also had a successful acting career. He portrayed farmer Jonathan Garvey in the television series, The Little House on the Prairie.

Picture ID: 311

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Merlin Olsen Central Park

1978
This park was named after the famous Logan native Merlin Olsen. Mr. Olsen played for the Los Angeles Rams for fifteen years and was honored in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980. He also had a successful acting career. He portrayed farmer Jonathan Garvey in the television series, The Little House on the Prairie.

Picture ID: 77

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Mill on the Logan River
Logan Canyon
Unknown
The history of this historic structure in Logan Canyon is unknown. If you know something about it, please let us know.

Picture ID: 341

Source: John F. Robinson Collection
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