Lost Building: The New Keith Hotel

122 East South Temple, photograph taken in 1939.

122 East South Temple, photograph taken in 1939.

The New Keith Hotel was built around 1902 and stood at 122 East South Temple. It was demolished in 1964 to make way for the University Club building.  This photograph was taken in 1939 and is from the Salt Lake County Tax Appraisal Photographs, serial 1-2682.

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2 Responses to Lost Building: The New Keith Hotel

  1. slcoarchives says:

    Thanks for your comment. We have Naturalization records from 1858-1872 at our Archives. For later dates, you would call the U.S. District Court. Let us know if we can help!

  2. Scorpius 2 says:

    Hi everyone, looks like before, 1942, Moved to Salt Lake City, remember some of those building thru the years, so much has long gone- after the Olympics 2002 – City changes, still doing it, every direction boom city. Terri retired, so happy for her, many years her service. Do you have Citizenship documents, 1890’s thru? looking for my great grandparents, They are citisens, not the dates for my personal records. Thanks , Have a Great day, Dar (Scorpy)

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