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Whatever happened to ... Fisher Brewery?

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)

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By 1900, the A. Fisher Brewing Company was bottling its lager beer at its brewery on 200 South on the east bank of the Jordan River. (Courtesy | Utah Historical Society)

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Whatever happened to ... Fisher Brewery?

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Fisher Brewing Co. memorabilia is…

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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Fisher Brewing Co., one of two…

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Whatever happened to ... Snelgrove Ice Cream?

The Snelgrove ice cream cone sign in Sugar House in 2013. Tribune file photo

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Snelgrove Ice Cream parlor in Sugar House. (Courtesy | Lynne Olson)

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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

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Zion's Cooperative Mercantile Institution (in which Brigham Young has an interest), Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. Circa 1868. A.J. Russell | United States Geological Survey

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A Look Back: The Salt Lake Valley from the United States Geological Survey

Camp Douglas and the east end of Salt Lake City, Utah Territory. Wasatch Mountains in the background. Emigration Canyon on the left 1869. T.H. O'Sullivan | United States Geological Survey

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Clarence King in camp near Salt Lake City, October 1868 during the U.S. Geological Exploration of the Fortieth Parallel (King Survey). T.H. O'Sullivan | United States Geological Survey

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