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Born June 1, 1801, at Whitingham, VermontDied August 29, 1877, at Salt Lake City, UtahBrigham Young, second President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints succeeded Joseph Smith, founder of the Church, who was martyred at Carthage, I…
Begun in 1870-1871, Completed 1882-1902.Architect Richard Upjohn, founder of A.I.A.Utah's oldest non-Mormon churchin continuous use.
Built in 1909, this imposing 31-unit apartment building, notable for its construction of rusticated and decorative ashlar concrete block, is the only remaining example of its type in Salt Lake City. All of the apartments have built-in Murphy beds,…
Apartments such as this were a new type of residential building that emerged during the early 20th century as Salt Lake City developed into an urban center. Dozens of multi-story brick apartments were constructed in the neighborhoods near downtown…
Built 1891-1894 of Kyune sandstone.Architects: Proudfoot, Bird and Monheim.Served as Utah State Capitol 1896-1916.
This Synagogue was constructed in 1903 at a cost of $9,000, and was one of only 4 synagogues built in Utah during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It was designed by prominent Utah architect Carl Neuhausen. The building's exotic style results fr…
Organized during the 1880's by the Reverend T. Saunders, this congregation has served as a focus of black religious, social, and cultural activity in Utah from territorial days to the present. In 1907 property at this spot was acquired, and a chur…
Designed by Philip Meyer, a native of Germany and a nephew of local retail magnate Frederick Auerbach, the B'nai Israel Temple was constructed in 1890-91. Henry Monheim, a local architect, supervised the construction. It is one of the few remainin…
Begun with land purchase in 1889.Dedicated 1909.Architects:C.M. Neuhausen, B.O. Mecklenburg, John Comes.Built under leadership ofBishop Lawrence Scanlon with monies from thePius Fund, mining philanthropists, and parishoners.
This monument marks the site of the Social Hall, the first recreation center in the intermountain west. Built by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints under the direction of Brigham Young. Made of plastered adobe walls with native wood f…