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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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301
Utah Agricultural College from Island Area

about 1940


Picture ID: 48

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
302
Utah Agricultural College from Island Area

about 1940


Picture ID: 47

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
303
Utah Agricultural College from Island Area

about 1940


Picture ID: 217

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection
304
Utah Agricultural College Hill
Utah State University Campus
1897
This is a view of college hill, including Old Main in the center. The Mechanical Arts Building to the right had just been completed.

Picture ID: 18L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
305
View of Early Logan
Logan, Utah
Possibly 1915
This early view of Logan appears to have been taken from somewhere around Old Main Hill, looking southwestward. The Logan LDS Temple is in the photograph as well as many other early buildings.

Picture ID: 32L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
306
View of West Center Street
400 West Center - Westward
about 1980


Picture ID: 76

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
307
Western Executive Suites Building
666 & 674 North Main
1973
This image shows the Western Executive Suites building under construction. Next to it is the Cache Chemical and Janitorial Supply Company.

Picture ID: 200

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)
308
Western Executive Suites Building
666 & 690 North Main
1973
This image shows the completed Western Executive Suites building. Also shown are the Cache Chemical and Janitorial Supply Company and Sambo's Restaurant.

Picture ID: 201

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)
309
White Topped Wagon
Logan Canyon
Unknown Date
White topped wagon in Logan Canyon on its way to Bear Lake on the old wagon road.

Picture ID: 8L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
310
White Topped Wagon
Mantua Canyon
Unknown Date
A white topped buggy on its way through Mantua Canyon. It took an entire day to travel through the canyon to Brigham City.

Picture ID: 10L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
311
Whittier Community Center
290 North 400 East
about 1976
Built in 1908 and named for John Greenleaf Whittier, the building was used as a public school until 1968. In 1992 the buildign was renamed the Whittier Community Center.

Picture ID: 126

Source: Community Development Photo Collection
312
Wilkinson & Sons Office Supplies
147-149 North Main
1973
This image shows Wilkinson and Sons Office Supplies as the construction began in 1973. Also pictured is the Sherwin Williams Paints store.

Picture ID: 205

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)
313
Wilkinson & Sons Office Supplies
147-149 North Main
1973
This image shows Wilkinson and Sons Office Supplies with the construction completed in 1973. Also pictured is the Sherwin Williams Paints store.

Picture ID: 206

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)
314
William Toombs House
470 West Center Street
about 1980
This home was built in 1875 by William Toombs.

Picture ID: 4

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
315
Woodruff School
87 West 100 South
April 23, 1908
The Woodruff public school first opened in September 1892 with seven school rooms and 350 pupils in attendance daily. The Logan City school athletic program began here in 1908 with the installation of a couple of basketball hoops. The building was later sold to Brigham Young College. In 1939 the building was sold to the Utah Agricultural College and it was subsequently torn down in 1960.

Picture ID: 37L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection
316
Wurlitzer Company
1301 North 600 West
1973
The Wurlitzer piano manufacturing company opened its Logan plant in 1970. By 1984 the plant had closed and the building was purchased by the state of Utah to become the main branch of Bridgerland Applied Technology College.

Picture ID: 193

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)
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