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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
1301 North 600 West
|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)