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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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Amy (Chadwick) Balliff and daughter Adele
Logan, Utah
about 1896
Amy Florence (Chadwick) Balliff and her daughter Adele.

Picture ID: 611

Source: Whit Young Collection

Anderson Lumber Company
255 South 300 West
about 1925
Anthon Anderson was the founder of the Anderson Lumber company in 1915. The company continued until the late twentieth century. This image was taken from a brochure in folder 2 of the Cache County Business collection.

Picture ID: 668

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Anderson Lumber Truck
Center Street and Main
July 25, 1930
This photograph taken during the 1930 24th of July Parade shows a drum of raffle tickets on the bed of an Anderson Lumber Company truck.

Picture ID: 7L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Andrew G. Lundstrom

Twenty-first 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: 455

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Ann (Robbins) Hansen
Logan, Utah
about 1925
Ann Marie (Annie) Robbins, daughter of James and Mary (Bailey) Robbins, was born in 1857 in Farmington, Utah. In 1879 she married Lorenzo Hansen, and together they had three children.

Ann was the half-sister of Samuel Bailey Mitton.

For more information, you may read a patron-submitted biographies of Ann, her mother, Mary Ann (Bailey) (Robbins) Mitton, and her stepfather, Samuel Crowther Mitton.

Picture ID: 724

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Ann (Robbins) Hansen
Logan, Utah
about 1920
Ann Marie (Annie) Robbins, daughter of James and Mary (Bailey) Robbins, was born in 1857 in Farmington, Utah. In 1879 she married Lorenzo Hansen, and together they had three children.

Ann was the half-sister of Samuel Bailey Mitton.

For more information, you may read a patron-submitted biographies of Ann, her mother, Mary Ann (Bailey) (Robbins) Mitton, and her stepfather, Samuel Crowther Mitton.

Picture ID: 723

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Ann and Lorenzo Hansen with Ida and Sidney Johnson
Logan, Utah
about 1940
Lorenzo and Ann (Robbins) Hansen with Sidney and Ida (Hansen) Johnson. Although the year is uncertain, this photo was taken in a 4th of July parade where these four were the grandmarshalls.

Lorenzo was mayor of Logan City from 1902-1904.

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

Picture ID: 725

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Ann and Lorenzo Hansen with Mary and Samuel Mitton
Shawano, Wisconsin
about 1915
Ann (Robbins) and Lorenzo Hansen with Mary (Hawkins) and Samuel B. Mitton during a trip to Shewano, Wisconsin. Samuel Bailey Mitton was the half sister of Ann (Robins) Hansen.

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

Picture ID: 722

Source: Ann Louis Dunn Bingham Collection


Anthon Anderson

Eleventh 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: 445

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Anthon Anderson House
202 South 300 West
1998
This house was built in 1899 by Anthon Anderson. Mr. Anderson founded Anderson & Sons Lumber Company.

Picture ID: 495

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Balling Motel
316 South Main
about 1965


Picture ID: 551

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Band Marching in Parade
Center Street
about 1910
4th of July Parade marching band on Center Street.

Picture ID: 522

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Barber Shop
85 West Center Street
about 1900
The barber shop in the basement of the Murdock Hotel. The individuals in the photo are not known.

Picture ID: 88L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Baugh Motel
153 South Main
about 1965
The Baugh Motel was built in 1915.

Picture ID: 64

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Baugh Motel
153 South Main
about 1970
The Baugh Motel was built in 1915.

Picture ID: 344

Source: Darrin Smith Photo Collection

Baugh Motor Company
140 South Main Street
about 1976
The Baugh Motor Company was owned and operated by Dean C. and Wilford P. Baugh. The building is no longer standing.

Picture ID: 227

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Baugh/Farnes/Nelson House
32 South 600 West
about 1976
This house was built sometime after 1884 by George H. and Elizabeth (Knowles) Baugh. Baugh worked for many years as the Express Agent for the railroad. After Baugh, the home was owned by a Mr. M. Mauritsen. In 1916 Arthur and Zina (Stratton) Farnes purchased the home and subsequently raised their six children there. Arthur died in 1928 and Zina in 1950. Their daughter Flora and her husband Arta Vaughn Nelson then owned the house until shortly after her death in 1991.

Picture ID: 163

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Bear Lake
Garden City, Utah
about 1945


Picture ID: 634

Source: Darrin Smith Photo Collection

Bear Lake Stake Tabernacle
Paris, Idaho
1997
Located at 109 South Main Street in Paris, Idaho, this structure was constructed of red sandstone between 1884 and 1889.

Picture ID: 339

Source: John F. Robinson Collection

Bear River Dam
Cutler Canyon
1894
The dam was built to divert water to canals for irrigation in Box Elder Valley.

Picture ID: 34L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
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