Category Archives: records online

Riverton Library Retro

While the Salt Lake County library branches are still closed to onsite patrons, they have been working hard to provide books and other materials via their curbside pickup service. As a small homage to their dedication to serving the citizens … Continue reading

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As We Continue to Work….from Home

The archives reading room has now been closed for more than a month, but our staff are still working. We have been working from home on developing standards to better preserve born digital records that we receive, applying metadata to … Continue reading

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Salt Lake County Marriage Licenses Now Online

Salt Lake County Marriage Applications and Licenses from 1887-1904 are now available online! Search by the name of the bride or groom, or browse by the last name of either subject. When available, the images of both the application and … Continue reading

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The County Library: Beginnings

The superintendents of the Granite and Jordan School Districts first proposed the idea of establishing a library system to the Salt Lake County Commission in 1938. By April of 1938, a library board had been established and their first meeting … Continue reading

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Tax Appraisal Records Now Available Online

Salt Lake County Archives is pleased to announce that Tax Appraisal Records, circa 1970-1991, are now available on our website.  This collection is searchable by address or tax parcel number.  We have currently digitized and indexed 3/4 of the total … Continue reading

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New Collection Now Online

Newly digitized records are now available on our website! Miscellaneous Salt Lake County maps, 1850-1974, previously only lived on aperture cards (small pieces of microfilm mounted on cards) that could only be viewed in our reading room using a microfilm … Continue reading

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