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Caine Lyric Theater
28 West Center Street
about 1976
This building became the Lyric Theater in 1913. Vitagraph movies were shown at the theater as well as live performances. Although during the 1940’s and 1950’s it was exclusively used as a movie theater, the building was restored to its full stage glory by Utah State University in 1960-1961. It became the Caine Lyric Theatre at that time. It was again refurbished in 2001.

Picture ID: 230

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Caine Lyric Theatre
28 West Center Street
about 1980
This building became the Lyric Theater in 1913. Vitagraph movies were shown at the theater as well as live performances. Although during the 1940’s and 1950’s it was exclusively used as a movie theater, the building was restored to its full stage glory by Utah State University in 1960-1961. It became the Caine Lyric Theatre at that time. It was again refurbished in 2001.

Picture ID: 42

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Caine Lyric Theatre
28 West Center Street
1973
This building became the Lyric Theater in 1913. Vitagraph movies were shown at the theater as well as live performances. Although during the 1940’s and 1950’s it was exclusively used as a movie theater, the building was restored to its full stage glory by Utah State University in 1960-1961. It became the Caine Lyric Theatre at that time. It was again refurbished in 2001. Also pictures in this image is Jessen's Shoe Store.

Picture ID: 188

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Cardon Jewelry Parade Float
Main Street
July 24, 1907
This image shows Cardon Jewelry Company's entry in the parade on Main Street. Cardon's slogan included: "At the sign of the clock". The Cardon Jewelry Company later became S.E. Needham Jewelers.

Picture ID: 320

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Cardon Jewelry Store Interior
41 North Main
Unknown Date
This image was taken from the front of the Cardon Jewelry Store. Mr. O. Guy Cardon attended Brigham Young College in Logan. He established the Cardon Jewelry Company in 1898, of which he was secretary and treasurer. He was one of the founders and incorporators of the Bluebird Candy Company in 1914.

Picture ID: 51L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Cardon Jewelry Store Interior
41 North Main
Unknown Date
This image was taken from the rear of the Cardon Jewelry Store. Mr. O. Guy Cardon attended Brigham Young College in Logan. He established the Cardon Jewelry Company in 1898, of which he was secretary and treasurer. He was one of the founders and incorporators of the Bluebird Candy Company in 1914.

Picture ID: 29L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Cardon's Furniture Store
37 to 55 North Main
about 1892
The Thatcher building, People's Store, Cardon's Furniture Store, Harness shop, Lumber Yard and United Order building on Main Street. The People's Store was a branch of the Logan Z.C.M.I. It was a long narrow room, approximately 25 feet by 150 feet, with two women clerks who worked for $30.00 per month.

Picture ID: 44L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Center Street - East from Main
Center and Main
about 1925


Picture ID: 54L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Center Street - East from Main
Center and Main
about 1919
This view of East Center from Main Street shows the American Steam Laundry and the Logan Hotel businesses.

Picture ID: 104

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Center Street - East from Main
Center and Main
about 1919
This view of the corner of Center and Main Street, boasts an excellent image of the Trinity Methodist Church building.

Picture ID: 102

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Center Street - West from 200 East
200 East Center
about 1919


Picture ID: 101

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Center Street - West from 200 West
200 West Center
about 1919
This view of West Center Street includes the streetcar tracks and the train station in the distance.

Picture ID: 103

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Charles Herman Christensen House
1135 LeGrand Street
January 1987
This House was built by Charles Herman Christensen in the late 1800’s and he raised his family there. Arby’s is located just to the West of where this house stood. The Rex Sandberg Family lived here from 1959 to 2000. Donated by David R. Sandberg.

Picture ID: 281

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Charles Herman Christensen House
1135 LeGrand Street
about 1916
This House was built by Charles Herman Christensen in the late 1800’s and he raised his family there. Arby’s is located just to the West of where this house stood. The Rex Sandberg Family lived here from 1959 to 2000. Donated by David R. Sandberg.

Picture ID: 280

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Charles I. Goodwin House
193 West 100 North
about 1980
Charles I. Goodwin built this house in 1890.

Picture ID: 1

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Charles I. Goodwin House
165 North 200 West
about 1980
This house was built about 1900 by Charles I. Goodwin, local businessman and landowner. He was one of the five Goodwin brothers who jointly owned a ranch and store in Logan.

Picture ID: 297

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Charles I. Goodwin House
193 West 100 North
about 1895
Charles I. Goodwin built this house in 1890.

Picture ID: 49L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Charles I. Goodwin House
193 West 100 North
1973
Charles I. Goodwin built this house in 1890.

Picture ID: 194

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Charles McNeil Groceries
297 East 300 North
1909
Charles McNeil Groceries was also known as the Fifth Ward store. The image includes several unknown men, including one dressed in white and presumably the storekeeper, and a woman who are standing in front of the door. A snow-capped fire hydrant is visible a few feet away.

Picture ID: 27L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Cinema Theater
60 West 100 North
about 1980
The building was constructed in 1864 and has housed the Rex, Iris, Gem and Cinema theaters. The Cinema closed in 2008.

Picture ID: 43

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings
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