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Holidays Are Here!

Hope your holidays include lots of tinsel! As always, thank you to all of our patrons, blog readers, and general archives groupies (they really do exist!) for your support this year.   Salt Lake County Archives will be closed: December 24-26 … Continue reading

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The Theater with the 90 Foot Tower

The Centre Theater in downtown Salt Lake City as it looked in 1938. Formerly located on a corner of Broadway and State Street, it originally opened in December of 1937. For more history about the theater, check out this Salt … Continue reading

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Holiday Hours

As the holiday craziness begins to descend upon us, please note that the Salt Lake County Archives will be closed on the following dates: November 22 and 23 (for Thanksgiving) December 24-26 (for Christmas) January 1 (for New Year’s Day) … Continue reading

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Boo!

Happy Halloween!

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The Peoples Market

Located at 89 North D Street in Salt Lake City, this building was constructed circa 1891. It housed the Peoples Market when this image was taken by the Salt Lake County Assessor in August 1936.

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Closed Dates, October 2 -5, 2018

Please note that the Salt Lake County Archives will be closed for a staff training from Tuesday, October 2, through Friday, October 5.  We apologize for the inconvenience.  Please continue to leave research requests via voicemail or email and we … Continue reading

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Cash For Cars

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