Category Archives: Lost Houses

Lost House and Grocery: 1934

In this image taken in 1934, a little boy is waiting for his cycling companion to come out of C.W. Brady’s Red and White store, located at 3301 South 2300 East. (Click on the image to see all of the … Continue reading

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Lost Sugar House

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Lost House: Empey Cottage

Many of you may already be familiar with this truly “lost house.”  Formerly located at 180 East South Temple in Salt Lake City, this house was supposedly designed by Truman O. Angell, the architect of the LDS Church’s Salt Lake … Continue reading

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Summer, Wrapped Up

This cabin, located up Big Cottonwood Canyon, was built circa 1903. This image shows the building in 1938, with the shutters closed and bolted against the upcoming winter season. (Note the Salt Lake County assessor using the front porch to fill … Continue reading

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Follow Up: The Spry House

Thanks to a comment on our last post regarding the attempted bombing of the house of Governor William Spry in 1916, we were able to track down some images of the house from the Tax Appraisal Cards and Photographs collection. … Continue reading

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Kudos, Ghosts!

Our “Ghosts of West Temple” online story map exhibit has received national recognition!  The exhibit was submitted to ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute), an international supplier of GIS software, as an example of one of the many uses of a … Continue reading

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Evolution of a Lost House

The house that used to occupy 35 South 500 East was built circa 1876, with a rear addition added in 1896 and a remodel completed in 1938.  The Tax Appraisal Card below shows many of the features of the house, … Continue reading

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