1,163 black & white and color photographs,
890 black & white negatives (4x5, 5x7, and 35 mm negatives), 48 black &
white glass plate negatives, cyanotypes, duplicates and photocopies, and copies from
pages in Mr. Somers' books. Most of the images were taken in Cache Valley (Utah and
Idaho, Logan and Logan Canyon, Utah and the Bear River Range, Box Elder County and
Southeastern Idaho). A few are from Wyoming, Hawaii, and California. Subjects include
the Utah State Agricultural and Brigham Young Colleges of Logan, Cardon Jewelry company
and family, Stanford University, the Logan L.D.S. Temples and Tabernacle, Hampton's
Ford, fishing, hunting, and camping, railroads, the Jim Bridger Centennial Celebration,
the 145th Artillery Unit, businesses and buildings of Cache Valley, parades, portraits
of Logan residents and homes, the Peterson farm in Petersboro, agricultural scenes, the
Hercules Power Plant, Shoshone Indians, and Bear River Canyon. Most images were taken
Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Photograph Collection
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Collection materials are in English.
Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant,
Ray Somers was born on November 28, 1917, in Garland, Utah. He spent his early years
working on the family farm in East Garland, Utah. He also delivered the Deseret News to
people in surrounding areas. While collecting for his route, Somers was able to converse
with descendants of early settlers of Box Elder County, and it was here that his desire
to learn about history was nurtured and began to take root. Somers attended and
graduated from Bear River High School in 1936 and attended the Utah State Agricultural
College in the fall of 1937. In school Somers discovered his passion for radio and
electronics. To support himself through his education, he opened and managed a radio
repair shop in the spring of 1938. That following summer he began working as a "gandy
dancer" for the Southern Pacific Railroad in Rye Patch, Nevada. In 1940, instead of
finishing his college degree, Somers decided to pursue other interests and was employed
at the Western Music Company where he assembled and installed Wurlitzer jukeboxes
throughout southern Idaho and northern Utah.
In the fall of 1940 he met Josephine Harris, whom he later married on January 5, 1942.
Somers' interests in radio and electronics and the preservation of history continued to
grow throughout the years. From 1942-1944, Somers taught a radio theory class at Utah
State Agricultural College for the United States Navy and following a short period of
service in California for the United States Navy, he returned to the radio repair
business in 1946. As Somers' business evolved from radio repair to video rental and
historic press, Somers was able to incorporate his passion for history and preservation
into his stores by adding galleries and museums of his collections in the back of his
store. He also purchased the home of early Logan settler Charles W. Nibley and began a
lengthy restoration process. Since that restoration he has opened his home to the
community for historical lectures, piano concerts, and tours.
Somers has been heavily involved in the community as well as organizations that promote
the preservation and study of history. In 1969, Somers co-founded the Geneology Club of
America and in 1973, he became president of the Cache Valley Historic Society. Other
organizations he has been involved with include the Old Main Society, Victorian Society
of America, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Logan Kiwanis Club. Somers
has also written several historical books which include History of
Logan (1993), Hampton Ford and Stage Stop, Box Elder
County, Utah, (co-written with Charles Eugene Bigler in 1984), A Tribute to Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ (1998), and
History of Cache Valley (2004).
The Ray Somers Photograph Collection contains 48 black and white glass plate negatives
(4x5, 5x7, and 5x8), 1,163 black and white and color images, and 890 black and white
negatives (predominantly 3½x6), duplicates and photocopies, copies from pages in Mr.
Somers books, and 35mm black & white negatives (most of which are duplicates
from photographs already in the collection). Most of the images in the collection were
taken in Cache Valley, Logan, Logan Canyon and the Bear River Range, Box Elder County,
and Southeastern Idaho. A few images are from Wyoming, Hawaii and California. Many
items, however, have not been identified with a specific location although most are
assumed to be in Logan or surrounding areas. Subjects in the collection include the
Agricultural College of Utah, Brigham Young College, Cardon Jewelry Company and family,
Stanford University, the Logan L.D.S. Temple and Tabernacle, Hampton's Ford, fishing,
hunting, and campting, railroads, the Jim Bridger Centennial Celebration, the 145th
Artillery Unit, businesses and buildings of Cache Valley, parades, portraits of Logan
residents and residences, the Peterson Farm in Petersboro, agricultural and irrigation
scenes, the Hercules Power Plant, Shoshone Indians, and Bear River Canyon. Most images
were taken from the 1890s to the 1930s.
Most of the images were published in Mr. Somers' books and the individual
identifications came from these books. The titles on the folders in Box 10 were taken
from Mr. Somers files.
Dates accompanying the negatives were taken from the development envelopes from Cardon
Jewelry Co. and are assumed to be the date the film was taken in for development rather
than the actual date of the activity depicted in the negative. Many of the photographs
were apparently taken by the Cardon family but what images were taken by the Cardon's
and what images were from negatives developed by the Cardon Jewerly Co. is not clear.
The first three folders of Box 8 are photographs taken by the Peter Peterson Family of
Petersboro, Utah, circa 1910. These photographs include farm scenes including several
threshing scenes, parades, horse shows, scenery, and buildings in Cache Valley. A hand
written inventory of the Peterson Photographs is located in Box 8:03. Many of the
photographs listed in this inventory are not found in the collection.
Use of the Collection
Restrictions on Access : Restrictions
Open to public research. Nitrate negatives have been removed from
this collection and placed in Cold Storage Boxes 12-16. Patrons must request
to view these negatives 3 hours in advance.
Restrictions on Use : Copyright
It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of
the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her
transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and
hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents
from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of
Permission to publish material from the Raymond C. Somers photograph collection must
be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections
Preferred Citation :
Raymond C. Somers photograph collection, 1865-1993. (P0324). Utah State University.
Special Collections & Archives Department.
Arranged in numeric sequence according to Box and Item
Acquisition Information :
Gift of Raymond C. Somers.
Processing Note :
This collection was donated and processed in several installments causing similar
photographs, that normally would be placed together, to be scattered among the
collection. Duplicates are listed next to each photograph. Register completed by Camille
Gooch, February 2002. Revised and updated by Mark Buchanan, April 2005, and Daniel Davis, July 2011.
Detailed Description of the Collection
5x7 and 4x5 black and white glass plate
01:01: ACU. Portrait of man wearing glasses and a
01:02: ACU. Six men sitting at a table writing and
looking over documents
01:03: ACU. Men working on sidewalk east of Old Main.
This glass negative is broken in two pieces and is labeled as 01:03a and
01:04: ACU. Men playing football at Adams
01:05: ACU. Eight men in mountains, members of the
01:06: ACU. Onions, five different portions of onions,
each is labeled with its own identification number
01:07: ACU. "Play Store" includes play goods such as
dolls, pictures, canned goods, plates, etc
01:08: ACU. Five men with shovels on sidewalk south of
Mechanic Arts Building
01:09: ACU. Seamstress working on a woman's
01:10: Amusement park roller coaster possibly in
01:11: Man driving a horse and carriage, others on
side of road riding in carriages and walking, possibly in Arizona
Print available 04:15:24.
01:12: BYC East Building
print available 04:15:19-20.
01:13: BYC West Building
print available 04:15:17-18.
01:14: BYC West Building
print available 04:15:15-16.
01:15: Cardon Jewelry, exterior. Store window displays
print available 04:15:05-06.
01:16: Cardon Jewelry, interior. Display cabinets,
view from entry way
print available 04:15:03-04.
01:17: Cardon Jewelry, interior. Front door and front
display windows, entry way
print available 04:15:01-02.
01:18: Cardon Jewelry window display advertisement for
04:04:01: Del Monte Hotel in Monterey, California.
Similar glass plate negatives available 02:10 and 02:13.
04:04:02-03: Stanford University Memorial Arch just after
completion in 1900
Similar glass plate negative available 02:11.
04:04:04: Stanford University Memorial Church as
completed in 1903, steeple fell in earthquake of 1906
Similar glass plate negative available 02:12.
04:04:05: Stanford University Inner Court Quad
04:04:06-08: Cliff House in San Francisco,
04:04:09: Beach front observation area (parapet). Two men
in suits standing on stairs, woman wearing a hat and furry coat sitting in
04:04:10: San Francisco, California aerial view.
Buildings (ferry building tower on left), treasure island in background, and
ships in bay
04:04:11: Building construction. Other businesses on road
include S.N Wood & Co. Columbian Woolen Mills, J.H. Stein & Co.
London Cloak and Suit House, A.S.J. Levin (?) Jewelry Co., Conklin's Cape, Nome
Steamship Office, electric company, and the Chronicle
04:04:12: San Francisco, California at corner of Geary,
Market, and Kearny Streets
04:04:13: Grand Court in Palace Hotel in San Francisco,
04:04:14: Man and woman riding bikes on Cliff House
04:04:15: Stanford University Memorial Arch and Grand
Court of Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California
Negative available 06:145. Similar negatives available 06:144, 06:146.
04:12:26: Woman walking into Cache County
Glass plate negative available 02:19.
04:12:27-30: Groups of people standing outside of Cardon
Negatives available 06:61, 06:64-66.
04:12:31: Buildings along Main Street: Cardon Jewelry
Co., McAllister and Sons Harness Makers, U.O.M. and B.C. Lumber Yard, and
United Order Manufacturing and Building Company
04:12:32: Buildings along Main Street: Isaac Smith and
H.J. Christiansen People's Store, Cardon's Jewelry Co., McAllister and Sons
Harness Makers, and U.O.M. and B.C. Lumber Yard
04:12:33: Three men, presumably Cardon and sons, standing
in entry way of Cardon Jewelry Co
04:12:34: Image taken from broken glass plate negative
showing buildings on Main Street: Isaac Smith and H.J. Christiansen People's
Store, Cardon Jewelry Co., McAllister and Sons Harness Makers, U.O.M. and B.C.
Lumber Yard, and United Order Manufacturing and Building Company
04:12:35: Businesses on Main Street: Isaac Smith and H.J.
Christiansen People's Store, Cardon's Jewelry Co., McAllister and Sons Harness
Makers, and U.O.M. and B.C. Lumber Yard
04:12:36: Winter scene, dog walking down sidewalk,
several feet of snow on ground
04:12:37: Nineteen year old Clarence Nielsen inside Blair
Motor Garage in
04:12:38: Clarence and Alvin Nielsen in Blair's Garage
leaning against the cars
04:12:39-43: Ruchti Tailoring Co. building located somewhere
around 69-71 West 100 North
04:12:44-47: Parade. Rotary Club float decorated as an
American Flag, "Service Above Self" poster on front of float
Negative available 06:359, similar negative available 06:358.
August 28, 1922
04:12:49: Parade. Overland Stage Coach, M. & C.
I. Stage Company float, team of horses pulling a coach
Negative available 06:350.
August 28, 1922
04:12:50: Parade. Family being pulled by a horse in a
carriage. Flaw in image, white spot covering faces of some family members
Negative available 06:354, similar negative available 06:353. Note: Date
accompanying images 04:12:44-50 is assumed to be the date the film was dropped
off at Cardon Jewelry Co. for developing rather than the actual date the image
04:19:01-03: Men working on railway tracks in front of
Cardon Jewelry and the Hub, men on side of tracks watching the development of
04:19:01 same as 04:19:02.
04:19:04-05: Men standing next to steam engine with carts
attached that are carrying broken segments of concrete
04:19:06-07: Men working on tracks and shoveling dirt, men
on side of tracks watching the development of the project. Construction in
front of businesses: J. R. Edwards, James Quayle & Co., and The Oak
04:19:08: City sidewalk. Business signs viewed: Cardon
Jewelry, Dr. W. I. McNeil (dentist), The Hub, Dr. Paulson (Dentist), Morrels,
and a drug store
05:01: Man holding horse in street in front of Schmitt
& Lang Photo Studio. Taken from Horse Fair in Logan on
April 11, 1891
05:02: (Missing) Temple Saw Mill at Temple Fork in
Logan Canyon, 1877-1884
05:03: Two men standing in branches of Old Jardine
Similar image 04:11:20.
05:04: Group of six men wearing winter coats outside
of a house
05:05: Flag raising ceremony
05:06: Camping scene. One man sitting on a chair with
two boys, one boy standing in opening of tent the other laying on the
05:07: Canyon river and bridge. Man standing on
riverbank behind bridge
same as 04:11:27-29.
05:08: Winter scene, color image. Trees covered with
05:09: Winter scene, color image. River with snow
covered banks, bridge in background
05:10-13: Canyon roads, tall trees on either side of the
Other canyon road scenes 04:11:13 and 04:11:21-23.
05:14: Canyon road with rock formation on the side of
Similar images 04:11:31-32.
05:15-16: Canyon road with rock formation on the side of
Similar images 04:11:12 and 04:11:33.
05:17: View in Logan Canyon of river and
05:18-23: Large rock formation along river in Logan
Similar image 04:11:30. Similar negative available 06:471, 06:278.
05:24: Canyon scene, trees and a stream. Unidentified
object on the left side of image, presumably a car or some type of
05:25-29: Tony Grove Lake from different locations around
05:30-32: Group of students on lawn spelling out their
graduation year (1914). Men wearing light colored shirts and pant and a tie,
women wearing light colored dresses with dark bows around the collar
05:33: September 4, 1904, class picture in Salt Lake
City. Those identified include Virginia Blair and Bill
(Bill is identified by his name written over him in the photo with pencil).
05:34: Old Main from the southwest
05:35: Football game, presumably at Adams
05:36: Old Main and other campus buildings. Image by
05:37: Three men cooking presumably fish over an open
fire, one man standing next to car and tent
Same as 04:09:04-05, similar to 04:09:06-07 and 05:38.
05:38: Same men as in 05:37 with the addition of
another, three men are gathered around a fire while two are standing next to a
Similar prints 05:37 and 04:09:04-07.
05:39: Twelve women in white robes with leaves around
the crown of their heads. Women are participating in a production at the
Thatcher Opera House
05:40: Men in ancient war garb, hats and shields. Men
are participating in a production at the Thatcher Opera House
05:41: Color image of bridge and river on Main Street
in Logan in
05:42: Logan street scene, people riding in horse
drawn carriages and walking down road. Businesses visible include Cache
Knitting Works, Cardon Jewelry Co., and McAllister & Sons Harness
05:43: Family portrait, family unidentified. Three
women sitting in front, six men and two women standing behind them
05:44: Color image of infant in white dress sitting on
a blanket underneath some trees
05:45: Color poster of image 04:17:04, child walking
in yard with the back of shirt pinned up, posterior exposed, with a
Poem reads: AGGIES keep on tryin'; Keep your colors flyin'; Your help to a
glorious victr'y; You will lend. AGGIES keep on tryin'; Keep your colors
flyin'; It will surely help Kent Ryan; ‘SKIRT THAT END'.
05:46. : Enlargement showing a power plant in Logan
Group of women seen standing in the second floor doorway.
08:02:17-18: Double exposed photo labeled
Franklin, Idaho First Settlers Day."
"June 14, 1910
08:02:19-20: "Woodruff school Logan, Utah
March 23, 1908."
08:02:21: Rock formation in Logan Canyon
08:02:22: "View of Old Main from Boulevard
Photograph looking east toward the agricultural college from above the island.
Shows Old Main and Mechanical Arts Building.
March 19, 1908."
08:02:23-24: "Spillway at Telluride Power Plant Logan
Looking down at spillway from above.
April 21, 1907."
08:02:25. : Mechanical arts building, Brigham Young College,
March 23, 1908
08:02:26-27: "Bear River Canyon Dam taken from platform of
train going about forty miles per hour." Shows Bear River Canyon and Wheelon
Dam canals for Bear River Canal Company also visible on either side of the
Similar view 08:01:34-35.
08:02:28: The Bear River winding through Bear River
08:02:29: "Power Plant interior Bear River Canyon
Shows man sitting on bench near turbines.
June, 27, 1908."
08:02:30: Reversed image of the interior of the Bear
River Canyon Power Plant
Reversed image 08:02:29.
08:02:31: "65 head of Beef Cows
March 8, 1908."
08:02:32: Winter scene showing snow covered trees
08:02:33: Group of people in pasture with show horse
Possibly preparing horse for the Richmond horse fair.
08:02:34-35: Group of people watching circus wagons in
parade on Main Street Logan Utah in front of Lundstrom Furniture and the White
08:02:36: Circus parade wagon with an animal inside,
probably a bear
08:02:37-38: Photograph of portion of Logan, Utah known as
the Island looking towards Logan Canyon. The Mechanical Arts Building and the
south wing of the Old Main building at the Utah Agricultural College are
visible on the left
08:02:39-40: Rear view of Farrell horse drawn combine. Eight
horse were used to push combine
08:02:41: Interior view of brick storage room. A young
man sits on bags of grain stacked throughout the room while another young man
leans against a hand truck
08:02:42: Photograph of farm buildings, probably the
08:02:43: Grain being loaded into thresher with a
portable hay derrick. Steam engines visible to the left and farm buildings in
background. Probably Peterson farm
08:04:01: Torn and damaged photograph showing a group of
people in front of Old Main. Inscription reads "Utah County Farmers
08:04:02: Damaged photo showing Old Main tower
Back reads, "Front of the Main or Administration building at the Utah
Agricultural College in festive Attire of typical french style. The 145th
...this style in Paris."
08:04:03: Photo showing students eating lunch in
Inscription on the back reads, "Cafeteria-Agricultural College, Logan, Utah.
The Cafeteria at ...Occupies one large dining...comfortably 1500 person and
adjoining smaller room hold 50 person. It is thoroughly equipped with modern
08:04:04 a & b: Photograph Torn in half of the Domestic science
The back reads, "Domestic Science Building at the Utah Agricultural College
the officers of the 145th will have their headquarters here."
08:04:05: Reversed image of WWI soldiers marching down
Main Street in Logan, Utah
The Logan Tabernacle and Methodist Church on corner of Center and Main street
are visible in the background. Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:06: Group of people line Main Street in Logan, Utah
to watch soldiers on parade
Old Methodist Church visible on the south east corner of Center and Main
street. Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:07: Reversed image of WWI Soldiers marching down
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:08: Reversed image of a group of people watching
WWI soldiers marching in front of the Logan Tabernacle on Main Street Logan,
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:09: Group of WWI soldiers lined up, possibly for
inspection, on Main Street Logan, Utah, in front of the Logan Tabernacle
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:10: WWI soldiers Marching in front of the Logan
Tabernacle on Main Street Logan, Utah
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:11: Postcard of WWI soldiers marching down main
street Logan, Utah. Incription on back reads, "Lined up for parade on Main St.
Note the new office building."
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:12: Postcard showing Methodist Church on south east
corner of Center and Main Street Logan, Utah. A group of men in white suits and
hats march down Main street
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:13: Soldiers lining up on Main Street Logan, Utah
Methodist Church seen in the background. Similar negatives 09:89-100 and
08:04:14: Soldiers lining Main Street in Logan, Utah in
front of Latter Day Saint Tabernacle
Similar negatives 09:89-100 and 11:93-102.
08:04:15: Group of people gathered on sidewalk for
parade. Cache Valley Bank on Corner of 1st North and Main seen in the
08:04:16: Group of people gather in front of Logan
tabernacle for a raffle
08:04:17: View of Logan Tabernacle and Temple looking
northeast from Main Street
08:04:18: Man in uniform on horseback surrounded by other
08:04:19: Utah Agricultural Family Life building during
the last stages of construction
Back reads, "...building at the Utah Agricultural College where the boys of
the 145th will be mustered out. It will open for school on January 27." One
corner of the picture is torn.
08:04:20: Utah Agricultural College Plant Science
building under construction
Inscription on back reads, "New Plant Industry Building at the Utah
Agricultural College. When finished it will house the agronomy, botany, and
08:04:21: Utah Agricultural College Chemistry building
Inscription on back reads, "Chemistry building at the Utah Agricultural
College. The information service to take care of visitors is quartered in this
08:04:22: Animal Industry building on the north side of
Inscription on back reads, "Livestock building at the Utah Agricultural
College where 329 men of the 145th field artillery will be quartered.
08:04:23-24: Logan Fire Department Band in front of fire
08:06:01: Man shoeing horse in shed while three other men
watch. 129 South Main Street Logan, Utah
08:06:02: Interior view of store with four clerks and two
male customers. Brooms are hung on wall in decorative design. Inscriptions on
back reads, "Pigly Wiggly store. Man in hat on right Nathaniel Nelson
08:06:03: Ten people including men, women, and children
sit or stand near Ford Model "T."
08:06:04: Four women and a man sit in a parlor.
Inscription on back reads, "Parlor in Cardon home later Compton
08:06:05: Interior view of linen factory showing women
working at different machines
08:06:06: Postcard showing three young men in swimsuits
lounge on sand at Ideal Beach on Bear Lake
08:06:07: 18 men and women line up in front of early bus
with signs that read, "On the boundary line U.S. and Mexico."
08:06:08: Man on back of horse in cowboy hat holding
08:06:09-10: Group of people gather around women with
shovel. A ground breaking ceremony for the Eagles lodge
08:06:11: Group of twelve men in suits pose for
photograph. Incription on back reads, "First officers founding (?) Eagles
08:06:12: Man and woman working on large piece of lab
08:06:13: Video taping of a professor giving a lecture as
part of the Com-net-USU Distance Education
08:06:14: A man sitting at computer with keyboard in lap.
Inscription on back reads, "Com-net USU Distance Education."
08:06:15-17: Large group of people, mostly women, pose on
the front steps of a church. A few of the men are in uniform
08:06:18: Postcard of a large group of people sitting in
a 1920's open aired bus. Driver stands at the side of the bus that has Pacific
no. 12 written on the side
08:06:19: Early panoramic view of the Utah Agricultural
College buildings prior the building of the Old Main tower
08:06:20: Woodruff High school
08:06:21: Fire fighters putting out fire in Old Main
08:06:23: Several people lounging on lawn in front of Old
Main building at the Utah Agricultural College Logan, Utah
08:06:24: Woodruff High school
08:06:25: BYC East Building (?)
08:06:26: Five cows lined up in field possibly for
livestock show. The handlers are hiding behind their cows
08:06:27: Wagons circling with Native Americans galloping
around them. Sign on one of the wagons reads, "Pioneers, 1847."
08:06:28: Field plow in front of unidentified
08:06:29: Wheelon Dam in Bear River Canyon
08:06:30: Unidentified location in Logan
08:06:31-32: Aerial view of Cutler Dam and Reservoir. Cache
valley visible through gap in hills
08:06:33: Man taking photograph of unidentified
08:06:34: Four people in row boat on unidentified
08:06:35-36: ROTC training at the mouth of Logan Canyon.
Group of cadets defend bridge from another group of cadets charging the bridge
from the hillside
08:06:37: Three horses standing on hillside with mountain
peak in background
08:06:38: Bear River Canyon before the building of Cutler
Canals visible on both sides of river.
June 23, 1907.
08:06:39-40: Panoramic view of a group of men and boys from
the Logan First Ward
See photographs 09:75-77 and 09:176-177.
08:06:41: North Cache Highschool Band standing in front
of horsedrawn float
08:06:42: Nine workers standing in front of Richmond
08:06:43: Six men working outside Richmond
08:06:44: Jerusha Bain and Ada Peart inside Sego Milk
Plant wrapping butter
08:06:45: Group of men cleaning Main Street, Logan, Utah.
Thatcher Bank, and the J.R. Edwards building visible in background
08:06:46: George W. Thatcher seated at roll-top desk in
See A-4864 and 08:08:02 for print and 7:20 for negative.
08:06:47: Two men smoking cigars in front of tent.
Possibly in Logan Canyon
08:07:13: Group of people crossing street at intersection
in front of an unidentified building. Possibly a church
08:07:14: Group of children playing on the lawn in front
of an unidentified church. Several cars parked on street near by
08:07:15: View from the street of Presbyterian church
located at Second West and Center Street, Logan, Utah
08:07:16-17: Mural on the ceiling of an unidentified church
showing angelic figures
08:07:18: Hezekiah Thatcher's home located on the Logan
High school property, formerly Brigham Young College
08:07:19: Street scene of Main Street, Logan, Utah
Identifiable buildings include S.E Needham Jewelers and Howell Brothers.
08:07:20-21: Street Scene of Main Street Logan, Utah with
snow piled along side of street. Identifiable buildings include First Security
Banks, Lambs Café, Hotel Eccels, and G.E. Appliances
08:07:22: Pre-1900 Main Street in Logan, Utah showing
T.D. Cardon Building, Mcallister and Sons Harness Makers, a lumber yard, and
the United Order General Merchandise Building
Similar to 08:07:54 and 08:07:37.
08:07:23: Mains Street looking South from 1st North
showing the First National Bank
08:07:24: Street scene showing Crystal Bottling Works,
the Furniture Exchange, and Picot Insurance
08:07:25: Cache County Courthouse from Main Street,
08:07:26: Abandoned store with false front and log
08:07:27: Union Knitting Mills, Logan, UT
08:07:28: Utah-Idaho Hospital, Logan Utah
08:07:29: Logan Knitting Mill and surrounding buildings
including J.P. Smith and Sons the Quicker Printers
08:07:30: "Birds eye view of Logan, Utah."
08:07:31: Unidentified brick home with pillared front
08:07:32: Unidentified brick home with circular front
08:07:33: Unidentified tax assessment
08:07:34: Unidentified Center Street house
08:07:35: Photograph of garage and gas station, note
pumps in Lower Right hand corner
08:07:36: Postcard of Brigham Young's house in Nauvoo,
08:07:37: Nineteenth Century photograph of Main Street,
Logan, Utah. Peoples general merchandise, T.B. Cardon Building, Mcallister and
Sons Harness Makers, and lumber yard visible
Similar to photograph 08:07:54 and 08:07:22.
08:07:38: Three men standing next to a horse and buggy in
front of the Richmond Lumber Yard
08:07:39-40: Sidney Stevens Implement company. Equipment on
display, two horses, and wagon are sitting in front of the store
08:07:41-42: Sidney Stevens Implement Company with five men
standing in front of the store next to equipment that is for sale
08:07:43: Group of men in front of three storied brick
building inscription near top of building reads, "Murdock BLK."
Negative available, 09:39-40.
08:07:44: Thatcher Grist Mill located at 1st West and 1st
South, Logan, Utah
08:07:45: Men and wagons gathered outside burnt Thatcher
Bank and opera house Main Street, Logan, Utah
08:07:46: Thatcher Sons Union Roller Mills in Logan,
08:07:47-48: Union Roller Mills and foot bridge over a
canal. The Brigham Young College is seen in the background
08:07:49: Street scene in Logan, Utah showing cars parked
in front of A.H. Palmer and Sons Plumbing and Heating, Leon Fonnesbeck Attorney
City Offices, Harris Music Studio, and Fonnesback Knitting Works
08:07:50-52: Demolition of the smoke stack at the Amalga
08:07:53: Man Standing next to log cabin. Inscription
reads, "movie house and actor (perhaps manager) near Lake Cayuga in Taughannock
08:07:54: Nineteenth Century Main Street Logan, Utah
showing the Peoples Store, T.B. Cardon Building, McCallister and sons Harness
makers, Lumber Yard, and United Order Manufactures and Building
Similar to photograph 08:07:37 and 08:37:22.
08:07:55: Interior view of an unidentified store showing
three men in suits, probably clerks, standing near the counters
08:07:56: Interior view of Cardon's Jewelry Store showing
three clerks standing behind the counters
08:07:57-58: Interior view of Cardon Jewelers showing the
display cases down both sides of the store and a man sitting at an upper level
08:07:59: Wagon pulled by two horses in a parade, sign on
wagon reads, "Style plus clothes $17."
08:07:60: Several horsedrawn buggies parked in front of
Logan Train Station
08:07:61: Photograph of man standing on hillside with
unidentified town in the valley below. Hotel Hogales is the only identifiable
08:08:01: Three man in suits and five candy workers (two
female and three male) in white aprons stand in front of Blue Bird Candy truck.
Inscription on bottom reads, "Julis Berges Jo candy Maker."
08:08:02: George W. Thatcher in Thatcher bank sitting at
role top desk
See A-4864 and 08:06:46 for prints and 7:20 for negative.
08:08:03: Canal head gates in front of Thatcher Mills
with an inscription that reads, "G.W. Thatcher Mill."
08:08:04: Buggy, with man and two women sitting in it, in
the middle of the Deweyville bridge over the Bear River. Inscription reads,
"Steel bridge over Bear River. Deweyville Bridge." Corner of photograph torn
08:08:05: Two men standing on rocks with Bear River Falls
in the Back Ground. "F.E. Baker Greeley Colo."printed on mounting
08:08:06: Three men standing in entryway to Cardon
08:08:07: "Smith Lumber counter, 1914" showing three men
standing behind the counter
08:08:08: Ten men dressed in costumes for the "Book of
08:10:02: One sheet with four identical photographs of
two women standing in front of a Ford Model "T"
08:10:03: Three photograph sheet showing a map of
Richmond, an aerial view of an unidentified town, and two women with two little
girls standing in front of a brick house
08:10:04: Four photograph sheet showing a man on harrow
pulled by team of four horses, a boy in cutter sleigh pulled by two horses, a
large family in wagon with large wheels covered in mud, and a horse drawn
sleighs being pulled down a snow covered street
08:10:05: Two photograph sheet showing a threshing crew
with an inscription that reads, "This threshing scene was taken near the turn
of the century at the Herschel Bullen residence which is now located at 47
South 1st East Richmond. The boys on the water wagon are Riley and Henry Bair
and the man by the steam Engine is John Richardson." The second photograph
shows an unidentified man standing at an anvil in a blacksmiths
08:10:06: A group of native Americans gathered in front
of several tepees
08:10:07: Photograph of unidentified farm with a large
house, a windmill, farm buildings, and a field with horses and sheep in
08:10:08: Unidentified cluster of homes with a mountain
peak in the background
08:10:09: Two Photographs on same sheet one showing men
loading threshing machine with a hay derrick and a man fixing car while three
other men look on
09:01-02: "Early view of Logan." People gathered for
parade along Main Street
09:03-04: View of Logan Temple from corner of Main Street
and Center Street
09:05-06: View of Logan Temple from Old Main Hill. Large
house in foreground
09:07-08: View of Logan Temple from corner of Center and
Main streets. Part of Logan Tabernacle is visible
09:09: View of Logan Temple from its southeast corner
just outside of the gate
09:10: Logan Tabernacle from Corner of First North and
09:11-12: Main Street Logan, Utah showing the buildings
across from the tabernacle
09:13: Four photographs of Logan on the same negative.
One shows main street looking north from the corner of Main and Center Streets,
one looking east down Center Street, One looking north on Main Street showing a
train coming down the center of the street, and one looking west from the
corner of Center Street and First West
09:14: Four photographs of Logan on the same negative.
One taken looking south from First North and Main Street , one looking east
from the corner of Center and Main, One looking north up Main Street showing
the train in the center of the street, and one looking west from the corner of
Center Street and First West
09:15-16 : Negative showing nineteenth century Main Street,
Logan, including the Peoples Store, T.B. Cardon Building, McCalister and Sons
Harness Makers, and the lumber yard
Similar photographs include 8:07:22, 08:07:34, and 08:07:54.
09:17-18: Logan Fire Department Band in front of fire
Duplicate of 08:04:23-24.
09:19-20: Interior view of a barber shop showing four men
standing while one sits in the barber chair
09:21-22: Power plant in Logan Canyon
09:23-24: Ox and horse teams hauling logs
09:25-26: Logan fire fighters line up near wagon in front
of fire house
09:27-28: "Defense at the Bridge." One group of ROTC
cadets defends a bridge at the mouth of Logan Canyon against a charging group
of ROTC cadets
09:29-30: Dome of the "Salt Palace."
09:31-32: Interior of Cardon Jewelers Main Street Logan,
Utah. Three men seen standing near counters
09:33-34: Interior view of unidentified store with three
men standing near a counter
09:35-36: Scene showing unidentified snow-covered house.
Side and front of house visible
09:37: Front view of snow-covered house photograph
09:38: View showing opposite side of same house as
shown in photograph 09:35-37
09:39-40: Group of people gather in front of "Murdock
Negative for photograph 08:07:43.
09:41: Five women in dresses and one man sit on lawn
next to an unidentified stream
09:42: View of stream with bridge over it running
through meadow while two people sit near by. Probably same stream shown in
09:43: Same stream shown in photograph 09:42 from
09:45-54: Different Views of a house with a rock chimney
in the mountains possibly Logan Canyon. Shows the house from several different
angels and people gathered around the house
09:55: Interior view of the house shown in 09:45-54
showing the stone fireplace
09:56-61: Views showing trees that have been knocked over
by the wind
09:62-64: Two men cutting fallen trees with two person
09:65: Group of men cleaning Main Street Logan, Utah.
J.P. Edwards and the Thatcher Bank visible in the background
Negative of photograph 08:06:05.
09:66: People lined up for a parade on Main Street
09:67-68: Negative of a painting showing an ox cart
crossing the plains titled "Emigrants Crossing the Plains."
09:69: Portrait of unidentified older man with
mustache and plaid suit
09:70: Christmas tree with lights on
09:71: Museum with stuffed animals including mountain
goat, bear, and elk. Probably a copy of an Agricultural College of Utah
09:72: Interior of the Cache Valley Knitting works
Logan, Utah showing several women working at knitting machines
09:73: Anvils lined up in shop for mechanical arts
class at the Utah Agricultural College. Probably a copy of an Agricultural
College of Utah cyanotype
09:74: Group of men gathered in bar. One man is taking
09:75-76: Logan First Ward standing in front of a brick
See photographs 08:06:39-40 and 09:176-177.
09:77: Group of men pose for picture. Possibly the
young men from the Logan First Ward
See photographs 08:06:39-40 and 09:176-177.
09:78-79: Power plant at the mouth of Logan Canyon
"Picturesque spot in Logan Canyon" written on negative.
09:80: Canal flume built on the mountain side possibly
in Logan Canyon
09:81: Wheelon Dam in Bear River Canyon
09:82: Aerial view of Cutler Dam
09:83: Scenic view of river running through a rocky
canyon. Probably Logan Canyon
09:84: Steam engine #116 passing a fence and row of
09:85-86: Laurel and Hardy sit on car that has been
smashed between two trolleys while trolley driver looks on
09:87-88: "Mormon Chapel Logan, Utah."
09:89-95: Group of WWI soldiers marching in front of
Logan Tabernacle. Probably the 145th field artillery unit training at the Utah
Similar images 08:04:05-14 and 11:93-102.
09:96-98: WWI military band marching in front of the
Logan Tabernacle. Probably the 145th field artillery unit training at the Utah
Similar images 08:04:05-14 and 11:93-102.
09:99-100: Military parade Main Street Logan Utah.
Probably the 145th field artillery unit training at the Utah Agricultural
College. Methodist church at corner of Center and Main visible in
09:101: People line main street in Logan, Utah for a
09:102: Welcome home sign hung across intersection of
Main Street and Center Street in Logan, Utah
Methodist Church in background.
09:103: Cars parked in front of the Logan Tabernacle
09:104: Snow scene of Main Street Logan, Utah. Murdocks
Candy and Riter Brother drug are visible
09:105: Snow-covered street probably Logan,
09:106-107: Negative of a C.R. Savage photograph of the
Bear River Canyon
09:108: River running through canyon probably Logan
Duplicate of 09:83.
09:109-110: Group of men gathered in front of J.C.
Nielsen's second hand Store, J. Thomas Taylor shop and bicycle repair
"Chas Kallstrom (harness shop), J.C. Nielsen, Jno Thomas (tailor) , T.
09:111: Second-Hand Store in Logan, Utah
09:112: View of unidentified town possibly in Cache
09:113: Unidentified group of buildings next to
09:114: Man in buggy pulled by spotted horses holding
something up to his eye
09:115: Mountian scene showing a man standing in front
of covered carriage pulled by two horses while several other people sit in the
carriage. Probably Logan Canyon
09:116-117: Copy of a tax assessment photograph
09:118-119: Copy of tax assessment photograph
09:120-121: Copy of tax assessment photograph
09:122-123: Copy of tax assessment photograph
09:124-125: Photograph of large three story house with
pillared porch. A women with an umbrella stands on the porch
09:126: Large unidentified house with ornate window
09:127: View from street of a two story stone
09:128: Group of children standing in front of a rock
wall probably in front of the Deseret Evening News and the Tithing Office in
Salt Lake City, Utah
09:129: Large building with clock and domed roof.
Probably the Box Elder County Courthouse
09:130: Log Cabin with false front probably an old
09:131: Garage next to old gas station
09:132: Six men standing in front of building while
other man sits. Possibly the back of the Sidney Stevens implement
09:133: Courthouse Logan, Utah
Model "T" parked in street nearby.
09:134: O.S.L.R.R. Passenger depot Logan,
09:135: Model Barn at the Utah Agricultural
09:136: Looking west from corner of Center and First
West, Logan, Utah
09:137: "Mayor Lundstrom's home in the gay nineties."
Shows family sitting on porch
09:138: Old Barn at Hampton's ford
09:139: Deseret News and Tithing Office in Salt Lake
09:140: Hotel Eccles, Logan, Utah
09:141-142: Fire wagon and five fire fighters in front of
collapsed Thatcher Bank and Opera house
09:143: Wall of burnt out Thatcher Bank and Opera House
being pushed down
09:144-145: Old Main building at the Utah Agricultural
College prior to the building of the bell tower
09:146: View of Old Main Building with the Bear River
Range in the background
09:147-148: Street scene Logan, Utah looking south from
First North and Main Street
09:149: Street scene Main Street Logan, Utah with train
going down center of the street
09:150: Street scene Main Street Logan, Utah looking
north from corner of Center and Main
09:151: Street scene looking east down Center Street
09:152: Street scene looking south from First North and
Main Street in Logan, Utah. Thatcher Bank is visible in the
09:153: Unidentified street scene possibly pre-1900
view of Main Street Logan, Utah. Identifiable buildings include G. Barber and
Sons Produce, Wagon's and Machinery, Furniture Store, and the Utah
09:154-155: Washington Avenue-Ogden, Utah
09:156-157: "Early Morning-Logan, July 4 1904 Cache
Centennial Celebration." People Gathered around Hotel Eccles on Main Street in
July 4, 1904
09:158: Shows five men in suits and ties. Probably
bishops from Logan. Joseph E. Cardon, Wm. Worley, Benjamin Lewis, Nathaniel W.
Merkley, and Brigham Guy Thatcher
09:159: "Bp. David Sutton, 1935- 4 years; Bp. Henry R.
Cooper, 1939 6 years; Welhelm Pedersen, 1945-6 years."
09:160: "Bishop Welhlem Pedersen, 1945-6 years; and
Bishop Leroy Jones 1951-2 months."
09:161-162: Collage of photographs titled "Memories." Shows
several images of people, a dog, a cow, a horse and buggy, a hay derrick, and a
09:163: Three men digging truck out of snow
"A.H. Plumer and Sons" written on the back of the truck.
09:164: Men walking through snow
09:165: Three men standing in snow up to their waists
09:166: Three men standing in snow with a mountain in
09:167: Three men sitting on snow-covered rock ledge
09:168: Man in stocking cap sitting in snow wearing
09:169: Man wearing cap on skis
09:170: Six women in dresses line up next to a
09:171-172: A group of four men and eight women standing in
a wooded area
09:173-174: Eleven "Hyrum women" in hats and dresses
standing on a lawn
09:175: Large group of men and women sit on steps in
unidentified church entry way
09:176-177: Two panoramic views of different groups of
people probably members of the Logan First Ward
See photographs 08:06:39-40 and 09:75-77.
09:178: Group of people pose in front of Cardon's
Jeweler's Main Street Logan, Utah
09:179: Group of men with large wheeled bikes lined up
09:180: Group of children gathered in abandoned lot.
One boy holds a Baseball mitt and catchers mask
09:181: Two men in bowler hats and suits and two men in
caps, leggings and moccasins stand in front of large wood building
09:182: Group of Native Americans crowd in front of a
09:183: Three men with arms around each other stand
next to a motorcycle
09:184: Two women in coats stand next to a Ford Model
Duplicate of 08:10:02.
09:185: Men sits behind steering wheel of 1919
pathfinder car while boy stands on running boards
09:186-187: Brigham City fire fighters stand next to fire
09:188: Three ladies in dresses sitting in a
09:189: Portrait of young women standing with her hand
resting on fur-covered chair
09:190: Elderly couple, man in pin-striped suit and
women in dress, pose on a set of stairs
09:191: Portrait of an elderly women wearing
09:192: Street scene showing several loaded wagons
pulled by mules in the center of the street
09:193: Street scene showing horsedrawn carts lining
09:194: Man plowing field with a three horse team.
Buildings of the Utah Agricultural College are in the background
09:195-196: Group of elk feeding in an unidentified yard.
Stores and other buildings are in the back ground
09:197: Group of deer grazing in field near the
Similar to photograph 09:198-199.
09:198: Group of deer crossing the road in front of a
horsedrawn wagon. The photograph was taken from the wagon seat over the heads
of the horses
Similar to photograph 09:197 & 199.
09:199: Deer grazing in field with mountains in
Similar to photograph 09:197-198.
09:200-201: Group of people in front of early bus with
signs that read, "On the Boundary Line U.S. and Mexico."
09:202: Eleven Portraits of a young man and women.
Probably Ray Somers and his wife
09:203: "Thatcher and Hansen's undefeated Baseball
Champions. U.C.C. day Logan, Utah
June 9, 1904."
09:204: Miscellaneous advertisements including Spartan
Safety Signals, Parrot Tractor, vacuums, cup tires, the Thatcher Opera House,
fathers and mothers day at Logan High School, and the Hotel Eagle
09:205: Miscellaneous negatives of Utah
09:206: Devereaux house
09:207: Residence of Charles Crocker
09:208: Three homes, F. Richardon residence, T. V
Porter residence, and C.H Barnes residence
09:209: Unidentified house
09:210: Tintype of young girl holding cat. Taken from a
photo envelope labeled Dean Smith
09:211: Two postcards of young girl in tintype
09:212: Negative of tintype 09:210
09:213-217: Baby wrapped in blankets laying on window seat,
trees visible through window. Date on envelope July 30, 1923 labeled Miss.
09:218: Baby, in negatives 09:213-217, in basket on
09:219-220: Portrait of elderly women in glasses and
striped blouse. "Thatcher X-mas."
09:221-222: Portrait of man in glasses with small chin
beard reading a book