The original Fisher mansion is still standing on the Jordan River along 200 South in Salt Lake City. The brewing buildings behind it are long gone. The A. Fisher Brewing Co., first opened in 1884 by Albert Fisher. (Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune)
A Look Back: The Salt Lake Valley from the United States Geological Survey
A view looking south from the bluffs just north of Salt Lake City. The eye catches at once the glistening white dome of the great Mormon Tabernacle. Salt Lake County, Utah. 1869. Courtesy | United States Geological Survey
(Courtesy | Library of Congress) A woman touches up the U.S. Army Air Forces insignia on the side of the fuselage of a "Vengeance" dive bomber manufactured at Vultee's Nashville division in Tennessee. Feb. 1943.
(Courtesy | Library of Congress) Mary Betchner inspects one of the 25 cutters for burrs before inserting it in the inside of a 105mm howitzer at the Milwaukee, Wis. plant of the Chain Belt Co. Feb. 1943.
(Courtesy | Library of Congress) Cora Ann Bowen, left, works as a cowler with senior supervisor Eloise J. Ellis in the Assembly and Repairs department at the Naval Air Base in Corpus Christi, Texas. Aug. 1942.
Courtesy | Library of CongressCora Ann Bowen, left, works as a cowler with senior supervisor Eloise J. Ellis in the Assembly and Repairs department at the Naval Air Base in Corpus Christi, Texas. Aug. 1942.
The Rainbow Randevu, 464 S. Main, as seen in April 1956. The dance hall was renamed the Terrace Ballroom in 1960. Across five decades, the venue played host to star-studded big bands and rock groups and was for many the place to be seen in Salt Lake City. (Photo courtesy Utah State Historical Society)