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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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Photo Title Description

Group of Shoshone Indians
Unknown
Unknown
The Shoshone are the indigenous Native American tribes which lived in and around Cache Valley for thousands of years before Europeans migrated into the area. Clashes arose, most notably the Bear Lake Massacre resulting in the deaths of hundreds of natives.

Picture ID: 21L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Hailstone Meet and Other Businesses
535-541 North Main Street
about 1976
This photo includes Hailstone Meet, Artistic Beauty Salon, and Tots To Teens Clothing Store.

Picture ID: 251

Source: Community Development Photo Collection

Hall Business Service
47 West 300 South
1973


Picture ID: 183

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Heber S. Amussen House
102 West Center Street
About 1900
In 1905 this house, built in about 1890, became the second William Budge hospital. The hospital provided eighteen beds, an operating room, class room, dining room, kitchen, reception room, and other conveniences. When the hospital was moved in 1914, Dr. Heber S. and Ruby W. Amussen lived in this house.

Picture ID: 39L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Helen, Dean, and Kay Morris
Unknown
about 1930
Photo depicting the three children of David and Ella (Holmgren) Nicholes. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 239

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

Hercules Power Plant
Logan Canyon
1893
The Hercules Power Plant using the old Card sawmill canal race in Logan Canyon as a water source.

Picture ID: 40L

Source: Ray Somers Photo Collection

Holiday House Motel
447 North Main
1973


Picture ID: 195

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Building
581 North 700 East
about 1980
The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church was built by a donation from the Colorado District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. They have been worshiping in this location for nearly 50 years.

Picture ID: 41

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

House on East Center Street
169 East Center Street
about 1980
This house is no longer standing. The original owner is unknown.

Picture ID: 23

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Interior of Dick's Café
40 South Main
about 1960
Established in the 1940's by Dick Lamb, Dick's Café remained in operation until 1976.

Picture ID: 262

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

J.C. Penny Store and Others
50 North Main - Northward
1960
A number of main street businesses are seen in this photo: State Hardware, Rexall Drug, Cardon Jewelers, J.C. Penny, and others.

Picture ID: 94

Source: Logan Library Photo Collection-Buildings

Jehovah Witness Church
580 West 600 South
1973


Picture ID: 180

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

Jerry's Drive-In restaurant
890 North Main
1973


Picture ID: 179

Source: Logan Beautification Committee (1973)

John Holmgren and Emma Sonne
Unknown
about 1938
John P. Holmgren was a 1914 Swedish immigrant to Cache Valley. He became a prominent painter and interior designer, helping to decorate the LDS Logan Temple and other significant buildings. He was born in 1871 in Sweden and died in Logan, Utah in 1947. This image was taken while he worked in Sweden. He is pictures here with his second wife, Emma Sonne. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 222

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John Holmgren and Two Other Painters
Unknown
about 1920
This photo depicts John Holmgren (center) with two other painters. It is believed that the painter on the right is Niels C. Nielsen, but the one on the left is unknown. John Holmgren worked with other local painters, restoring churches and other meeting houses throughout northern Utah. This location is unknown. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 233

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John Holmgren in Logan LDS Temple
Logan LDS Temple
1918
After a fire destroyed a portion of the Logan LDS Temple on December 4, 1917, John P. Holmgren (left) worked on the temple Gold Room to restore the damaged walls. Niels C. Nielsen also worked on this project and he is believed to be the man on the right. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 234

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John P. and Eric Holmgren
Unknown
about 1915
Photo depicting John P and Eric Holmgren on a ship, possibly on their voyage to the United States in 1914. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 240

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John P. Holmgren
801 North 200 East
about 1939
John P. Holmgren was a 1914 Swedish immigrant to Cache Valley. He became a prominent painter and interior designer, helping to decorate the LDS Logan Temple and other significant buildings. He was born in 1871 in Sweden and died in Logan, Utah in 1947. This image was taken while he worked in Sweden. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 221

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John P. Holmgren
Unknown
about 1920
Photo depicting John P. Holmgren. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 235

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection

John P. Holmgren
Unknown
about 1935
Photo depicting John P. Holmgren painting a portrait of Joseph Smith. This photo is part of the Holmgren Collection

Picture ID: 271

Source: Holmgren Photo Collection
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