Lost House: Bingham Canyon

Salt Lake County Tax Photographs, serial 49-12.

These lost houses were located in Bingham Canyon, in the Oquirrh Mountain range on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley. Copperfield was one of the towns that existed in the canyon that has since been overtaken by the copper mine. This photograph was taken in 1938 by the Salt Lake County Assessor.

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3 Responses to Lost House: Bingham Canyon

  1. Anonymous says:

    @babybird49 if you are on Facebook look for the Facebook page named Bingham Canyon History. You will find lots of information there and many who may be able to help you.

  2. babybird49 says:

    Does anyone know about the A & M Saloon ( or Bar?)?

  3. babybird49 says:

    My great grandfather and greatgrand mother settled in Bingham in 1910 until about 1932. They came from Molise, Italy, which is near Naples. They owned many businesses from markets, saloons, gas stations, rental properties. Their name was Amicone.

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