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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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"Pathfinder" Touring car
Logan Canyon
about 1910
Roy Cardon sits on his 1908 "Pathfinder". Roy's car was one of the first in Logan.

Picture ID: 6L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

"The Cascade"
Logan Canyon
about 1940
A postcard image of a waterfall in Logan Canyon.

Picture ID: 472

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

1912 Model Pumping Engine
210 North Main
about 1950
This is the first gasoline motor pumping engine west of the Mississippi River. It was purchased in 1911 and delivered in 1912. In 1939 it was remodeled by Logan firemen into a ladder truck. The main ladder reached a height of 55 feet.

Picture ID: 529

Source: Darrin Smith Photo Collection

245 North Main Street Looking Northward
245 North Main Street
About 1983
This image shows the west side of Logan's Main Street looking northward from 245 North. Businesses included in the photograph are Hugh’s Company Restaurant (245N), the former Sears Store(261N), Im-Pruv-All Tire Center (295N), Gary’s Automotive Service(303N), and more. Extensive construction was completed on the Sears retail outlet building at 255 North Main, and both the City of Logan offices and Logan Library were opened for business in December 1985.

Picture ID: 519

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

245 Through 261 North Main
245-261 North Main
About 1983
This image shows the west side of Logan's Main Street looking northward from 245 North. Businesses included in the photograph are Hugh’s Company Restaurant (245N) and the former Sears Store(261N). Extensive construction was completed on the Sears retail outlet building at 255 North Main, and both the City of Logan offices and Logan Library were opened for business in December 1985.

Picture ID: 520

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

261 North Main (West/Back of the Building)
261 North Main
About 1983
Extensive construction was completed on the Sears retail outlet building at 261 North Main (which became 255 North Main), and both the City of Logan offices and Logan Library were opened for business in December 1985. The fourth library building in Logan shared the space with Logan City Hall.

Picture ID: 521

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

261 North Main Street Looking Southward
261 North Main Street
About 1983
This image shows the west side of Logan's Main Street looking southward from 261 North. Businesses included in the photograph are the former Sears Store(261N), Hugh’s Company Restaurant(245N), Logan Cleaners and Laundry(241N), Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Service Center(201N), and others. Extensive construction was completed on the Sears retail outlet building at 255 North Main, and both the City of Logan offices and Logan Library were opened for business in December 1985.

Picture ID: 518

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

32 Main Street Looking Southward
32 Main Street
about 1900
Early view of Main Street looking southward from 32 North.

Picture ID: 323

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

81 North Main Street Looking Southward
81 North Main Street
About 1955
Mid-1950's postcard picturing the west side of Logan's Main Street looking southward from 81 North. Businesses included in the photograph are Wicke's Men's Store (81N), Christensen's Show Repair (79N), Hughes Women's Clothing, Leven's Inc. Company (69N), City Drug Company (67N), J.C. Penney Store (59N), Baugh Jewelry (47N), Logan Hardware Company (45N), Cardon Jewelry (41N), Bluebird Candy Company (19N), First Security Bank of Utah (1S) and Capitol Theatre (43S) among others.

Picture ID: 517

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

A&W Root Beer Drive In
701 North Main
1973
This image shows the A&W restaurant when the construction was finished in 1973.

Picture ID: 204

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

A&W Root Beer Drive In
701 North Main
1973
This image shows the A&W restaurant as the construction began in 1973.

Picture ID: 203

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

A. G. Lundstrom House
463 East 100 South
about 1890
Mayor Lundstrom and his family in front of their home about 1890. Andrew G. Lundstrom was the mayor of Logan 1926-1940.

Picture ID: 53L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

A.H. Palmer and Sons
186 North Main
about 1980
Established in 1888 by Alfred Henry Palmer, A.H. Palmer and Sons is among the oldest family run businesses in the state of Utah. The company has been at this location since about 1915.

Picture ID: 295

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Aaron D. Thatcher House
63 East 100 South
about 1976
This house was built in 1904 by Aaron D. Thatcher. Thatcher was at one time the general manager of A.D. & M/ Thatcher Company, Thatcher Union Mills Company, and Thatcher Brothers Bank. He came to Cache Valley in 1836 from Illinois.

Picture ID: 246

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Aaron Dewitt House
91 North 200 West
1998
This house was built in 1894 by Aaron Dewitt. Mr. Dewitt was one of the original settlers of Logan in 1859. In the late 1860s he rejected the Mormon faith and as a gentile was prominent in the bringing of the Episcopal church into Cache Valley in 1873.

Picture ID: 482

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Aaron F. Farr, Jr.

Fifth 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: 440

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-People

Aerial View of Logan
Logan, Utah
Unknown Date


Picture ID: 331

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Aerial View of Logan
Logan, Utah
April 1979
Taken April 1979 from Stan Spence Hot Air Balloon looking northward. House in the Center of the photograph is the Rex Sandberg Home. There is now an Arby’s located just to the west and a Wal-Mart to the East of where that home stood. Houses at lower right are James Bradley, Nellie Tarbet, and Harry Jensen. Logan River at top and Spring Creek in center. Donated by David R. Sandberg.

Picture ID: 278

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Aerial View of Providence
Providence, Utah
Unknown Date


Picture ID: 330

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Scenery

Agricultural Equipment in Petersboro
Petersboro, Utah
July 1910
Agricultural equipment in Petersboro, Utah, July 1910. Big 4 gas tractor is on the left. To the right of a sign announcing "Petersboro Spur" is a flat car carrying the latest model case metal body separator thresher with power feeder and blower for stacking straw.

Picture ID: 9L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
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