Photos from The Salt Lake Tribune archives and our Look Back series.
Several dozen 4-H club members gathered outdoors to watch a race at a picnic in 1912.
Masonic Patrol group on the steps of the Masonic Temple, Feb. 16, 1907.
The Utah state legislators posed for group photo in front of Salt Lake City and County Building in 1906.
Utah Gov. Charles R. Mabey stands next to a Lincoln automobile in front of the state capitol. Maybe was the fifth Governor of Utah from 1921 to 1925. (Photo courtesy Utah State Historical Society)
Doctor W. H. Groves Latter-day Saints Hospital in Salt Lake City, 1922.
Image shows a large group of nurses at LDS Hospital posing for a photograph, 1908.
Image shows a large group of nurses at LDS Hospital, posing for a photograph. Sign on building says, "Dr. W. G. Groves, Latter-day Saints Hospital, 1904."
Descendants of Green Flake. Martha J. Perkins Howell, granddaughter; Lucinda Flake Stevens, daughter; Belle Oglesby, granddaughter. Green Flake entered the Salt Lake Valley with Brigham Young and the first pioneers. His name is among those inscribed on the statue of Brigham Young in downtown Salt Lake.
The elegant Paris Millinery Company, on 262-66 South Main Street, was owned by Jules Dreyfus and his father, 1908. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society
In 1908, crews built a stockade to replace posh brothels in downtown SLC. Cribs rented nightly to workers for three dollars. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society
A desolate scene on one of young Marc Goto's first days in Topaz. Courtesy Special Collections, Marriott Library, University of Utah
Josie Bassett McKnight Ranney Williams Wells Morris at her Cub Creek homestead on the west end of the Blue Mountain. Courtesy Uintah County Regional History Center
Image shows CCC foremen in the classroom between 1933-42. Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society
Image shows a group of soldiers training and exercising at Fort Douglas in 1910. (Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)
Students Army Training Corps; Reserve Officers' Training Corps; University of Utah, 1918. Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society
Image shows a group of Fort Douglas soldiers marching in a Decoration Day parade, 1907. (Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)
William Riley Hurst and his sisters Nedra, Dora, and Gwen 1918. His officer's uniform, ordered from Montgomery Ward, made other Blanding boys envious and gave the girls a crush on him. Some returning soldiers saluted him, thinking from a distance that he was an officer. He hated to outgrow it. Courtesy of authors.
This is the wedding cake of George and Eliza Garrick Reid in 1885. Made and decorated by James Brown, pioneer baker of Salt Lake. (Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)