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Historic Photos

Photos from The Salt Lake Tribune archives and our Look Back series.


Historic Photos

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Graves at the Mercur cemetery. (Tribune file photo)

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A house on 1st Avenue between O and P Streets, 1909. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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Men, women, and children gather on Memorial Day at the Salt Lake City Cemetery, 1911. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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A group examines flooding along Canyon Road and 4th Avenue, 1909. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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Frank J. Folland drug store on the southeast corner of 6th Avenue and E Street, 1920. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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Lowell School on E Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue during the 1950s. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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Callison houses on 3rd Avenue at T Street, 1906. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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A house on 7th Avenue and K Street, 1905. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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A view southeast over the avenues from Anderson Tower on A Street and 6th Avenue circa 1890. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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A man stands next to his Oldsmobile at 11th Avenue and B Street near City Creek Canyon, 1919. Courtesy Utah State Historical Society

A Look Back: The Avenues of Salt Lake City

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West High School Football team c. 1905. (Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Football in Utah

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University of Utah football team photo from 1910. (Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Football in Utah

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Cummings Field, 1906, during a University of Utah football game. (Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Football in Utah

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Rice Stadium, University of Utah, November 1938. (Tribune archives)

A Look Back: Football in Utah

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Farmers near Moab. Date unknown. (Photo courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Moab before there were mountain bikes

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Main Street in Moab circa 1950. (Photo courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Moab before there were mountain bikes

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This undated photo shows a car on a road just outside of Moab. (Photo courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

A Look Back: Moab before there were mountain bikes

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Dining Room - William H. Culmer House, C Street, Salt Lake City.

A Look Back: Utah's Historic Interiors

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First floor dining room - Keith-Brown House, 529 East South Temple, Salt Lake City.

A Look Back: Utah's Historic Interiors

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Stained glass dome - Keith-Brown House, 529 East South Temple, Salt Lake City.

A Look Back: Utah's Historic Interiors

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Spiral staircase, Mormon Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1911.

A Look Back: Utah's Historic Interiors

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Looking north east on Main Street, just south of 100 South, in Salt Lake City, Tuesday June 3, 2014 and the same view seen sometime in the 1860s. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune)

Updated Photo Gallery: Salt Lake City, then and now

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A view of Main and South Temple, looking north, is seen on May 27, 2014, and again in 1950. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune)

Updated Photo Gallery: Salt Lake City, then and now

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In the top frame the Salt Lake Bees play the Albuquerque Isotopes in a AAA baseball matchup, Tuesday May 20, 2014 at Smith's Ballpark in Salt Lake City. Below is an undated photo from Community Park, which was on the same piece of ground as the modern day ballpark. Community Park burned down in 1947 and was rebuilt as Derk's Field.

Photo Gallery: Salt Lake City, then and now

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The northwest corner of the intersection of South Temple and State Street is seen in two different pictures. The top from is from May 20, 2014 while the bottom frame is most likely from the late 1890s.

Photo Gallery: Salt Lake City, then and now

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