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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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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

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

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

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

Miller's Northern Utah Glass and Other Businesses
549-559 North Main Street
about 1976
This photo includes State Farm Insurance Company, Miller's Northern Utah Glass, and Magic Mill Center.

Picture ID: 257

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Mitchell Motel
1301 East U.S. 89
about 1965
This postcard image is of a well known Logan area motel which was located at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

Picture ID: 473

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Mitchell Motel
1301 East U.S. 89
about 1960
This postcard image is of a well known Logan area motel which was located at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

Picture ID: 292

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Mitchell Motel
1301 East U.S. 89
about 1960
This postcard image is of a well known Logan area motel which was located at the mouth of Logan Canyon.

Picture ID: 288

Source: Darrin Smith Photo Collection

Moore Business Forms Building
630 West 1000 North
about 1980
A photograph of the Moore Business Forms building, Joe W. Colombatto plant manager.

Picture ID: 315

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Morgan Samuels Evans Family
Logan, Utah
about 1910
From back: Rebecca (Evans) Stewart, Daniel Lofdahl (or Lovedale) Evans, Edward Lofdahl (or Lovedale) Evans, Morgan Samuels Evans, 1832-1919 (Father), and Johanna (Lofdahl) Evans, 1834-1912 (Mother)

Morgan Evans joined the LDS Church in Wales and emigrated in 1853. Johanna Louisa (Lofdahl) Evans joined the LDS Church in Sweden and emigrated in 1863 when she met Morgan. They were married in Salt Lake City.

In May of 1859, with a committee of John Wright, John Nelsen and Israel Clark, he aided a company of pioneers through Willow Valley to pioneer the settlement of Logan. His first cabin was built at what is now the southeast corner of 200 West and Center Street. He attended the first LDS sacrament meeting held in Logan on November 6, 1959 which occurred in the Bowery which was located in the block between Main and 100 West and Center and 100 South. Evans is credited with constructing a well drilling machine which was then used to tap the water supplies in Logan and the area. Morgan Samuels Evans served on the Logan City Council for several years.

This photo was donated by Rebecca Z. Craner as part of Logan City's Sesquicentennial Celebrations.

Picture ID: 545

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Moses Thatcher House
62 South Main
perhaps 1890
Moses Thatcher was a Logan City Alderman for mayor William B. Preston from 1870 to 1880. He was called to be an Apostle in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in April 1879 until his death in 1909. He is buried in the Logan Cemetery.

Picture ID: 41L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Moses Thatcher, Jr. House
95 South 100 West
about 1980
This house was built in 1893 by Moses Thatcher, Jr. Mr. Thatcher was active in local government as a long time Cache County commissioner. Leora Thatcher, Utah actress whose career has included motion pictures, radio, television, and Broadway Theater, was born in this house.

Picture ID: 2

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Moses Thatcher, Jr. House
95 South 100 West
about 1980
This house was built in 1893 by Moses Thatcher, Jr. Mr. Thatcher was active in local government as a long time Cache County commissioner. Leora Thatcher, Utah actress whose career has included motion pictures, radio, television, and Broadway Theater, was born in this house.

Picture ID: 3

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Moses Thatcher, Jr. House
95 South 100 West
1973
This house was built in 1893 by Moses Thatcher, Jr. Mr. Thatcher was active in local government as a long time Cache County commissioner. Leora Thatcher, Utah actress whose career has included motion pictures, radio, television, and Broadway Theater, was born in this house.

Picture ID: 186

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Moses Thatcher, Jr. House
95 South 100 West
1998
This house was built in 1893 by Moses Thatcher, Jr. Mr. Thatcher was active in local government as a long time Cache County commissioner. Leora Thatcher, Utah actress whose career has included motion pictures, radio, television, and Broadway Theater, was born in this house.

Picture ID: 484

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Moses Thatcher, Jr. House
95 South 100 West
about 1976
This house was built in 1893 by Moses Thatcher, Jr. Mr. Thatcher was active in local government as a long time Cache County commissioner. Leora Thatcher, Utah actress whose career has included motion pictures, radio, television, and Broadway Theater, was born in this house.

Picture ID: 253

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Motel Crystal
43 East 100 South
about 1965
The Motel Crystal is today the Old Trapper Inn.

Picture ID: 345

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Moving the Library
255 North Main
December 1985
Library staff and volunteers helped to move the library to it's current location. Opening Day was December 23, 1985.

Picture ID: 420

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Library History
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