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Demolished Salt Lake

By Demolished SL

Digging through the rubble of some of Salt Lake's long gone historic buildings to tell its story.
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Episode 25: Salt Lake County Rotary Jail
Episode 25: Salt Lake County Rotary Jail
The story of the Salt Lake County Rotary Jail Sources: paulyjail.com Wikipedia 99percentinvisible.org issuu.com core77.com slate.com Rachel’s Salt Lake History Utah Division of State History Digital Archives J. Willard Marriott Library Digital Archves newspapers.com Utah Digital Newspapers Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyn9sbSq9G0WfqSYXwRZBRw.
19:55
November 22, 2022
Episode 24: Seances, Ghosts, and the Arnold-Dickson Building
Episode 24: Seances, Ghosts, and the Arnold-Dickson Building
The story of the Arnold-Dickson building. Sources: jstor.org austintexas.gov Rachel’s Salt Lake History J. Willard Marriott Library Digital Archives Find-A-Grave Utah Division of State History Digital Archives newspapers.com Utah digital Newspapers Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyn9sbSq9G0WfqSYXwRZBRw
18:39
October 28, 2022
Episode 23: Saving the Wall Avenue Baptist Church with Chris Jensen
Episode 23: Saving the Wall Avenue Baptist Church with Chris Jensen
A conversation with my friend Chris Jensen about his in-depth research on the Wall Avenue Baptist Church, American Legion Pioneer Post 66, and the New Zion Baptist Church in Ogden, Utah. Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list.
01:09:33
October 02, 2022
Episode 22: Summer Road Trip Series - Transcontinental Railroad Tour Part 2 with Chris Merritt
Episode 22: Summer Road Trip Series - Transcontinental Railroad Tour Part 2 with Chris Merritt
Part 2 of my conversation with Chris Merritt, State Historic Preservation Officer at the State Historic Preservation Office, about the Transcontinental Railroad, Golden Spike National Historical Park, and Chinese railroad workers. Sources: Newspapers.com Utah State Historic Preservation Office: https://history.utah.gov/shpo https://www.facebook.com/UtahSHPO https://www.instagram.com/ut_shpo/?hl=en https://twitter.com/shpoutah Utah’s Cultural Site Stewardship Program: https://history.utah.gov/shpo/upan/ucss Rails East to Ogden: Utah’s Transcontinental Railroad Story https://issuu.com/utah10/docs/rails_east_to_ogden Golden Spike National Historic Park https://www.nps.gov/gosp/index.htm Transcontinental Railroad Sources: https://www.nps.gov/gosp/index.htm https://spike150.org Chinese Railroad Workers Descendants Association http://www.goldenspike150.org/about-us Driving Maps: https://www.nps.gov/gosp/planyourvisit/maps.htm https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/uploads/BLMUtahTranscontinentalRailroadMap.pdf Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod
57:35
July 09, 2022
Episode 21: Summer Road Trip Series - Transcontinental Railroad Tour Part 1 with Chris Merritt
Episode 21: Summer Road Trip Series - Transcontinental Railroad Tour Part 1 with Chris Merritt
A conversation about the Transcontinental Railroad, Golden Spike National Historical Park, and Chinese railroad workers with Chris Merritt, State Historic Preservation Officer at the State Historic Preservation Office. Sources: Utah Digital Newspapers: 1869-05-19 Utah State Historic Preservation Office: https://history.utah.gov/shpo https://www.facebook.com/UtahSHPO https://www.instagram.com/ut_shpo/?hl=en https://twitter.com/shpoutah Utah’s Cultural Site Stewardship Program: https://history.utah.gov/shpo/upan/ucss Rails East to Ogden: Utah’s Transcontinental Railroad Story https://issuu.com/utah10/docs/rails_east_to_ogden Golden Spike National Historic Park https://www.nps.gov/gosp/index.htm Transcontinental Railroad Sources: https://www.nps.gov/gosp/index.htm https://spike150.org Chinese Railroad Workers Descendants Association http://www.goldenspike150.org/about-us Driving Maps: https://www.nps.gov/gosp/planyourvisit/maps.htm https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/uploads/BLMUtahTranscontinentalRailroadMap.pdf Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod
01:01:12
June 19, 2022
Episode 20: Arbogast Confectionery
Episode 20: Arbogast Confectionery
The story of Arbogast Confectionery. Sources: Wikipedia Eureka California Times Standard Find A Grave Preservation Utah Independent Order of Odd Fellows Family Search MSU Campus Archaeology Program thekitchn.com Salt Lake County Digital Archives Mappinghistory.uoregon.edu Utah State Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Services Utah Center for Architecture Utah Digital Newspapers Salt Lake Tribune Archive newspapers.com Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyn9sbSq9G0WfqSYXwRZBRw Historic Murray First Foundation https://historicmurrayfirst.org https://www.facebook.com/Historicmurrayfirst https://www.instagram.com/historicmurrayfirstfoundation
21:52
May 09, 2022
Episode 19: The Salt Palace
Episode 19: The Salt Palace
The story of the original Salt Palace. Sources: Utah State Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Services Utah Center for Architecture Utah Digital Newspapers Salt Lake Tribune Archive newspapers.com lagoonhistory.com Please visit my Patreon for a detailed source list. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod If These Walls Could Talk: Richard Kletting's buildings define Salt Lake City. They're also vanishing. https://www.cityweekly.net/utah/if-these-walls-could-talk/Content?oid=17389221
24:24
April 11, 2022
Episode 18: The Salt Lake City Sears, Roebuck, and Company Stores
Episode 18: The Salt Lake City Sears, Roebuck, and Company Stores
The story of the Salt Lake City Sears, Roebuck, and Company stores.  Sources: Utah State Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Services Utah Digital Newspapers Utah Center for Architecture eugenemontgomery.com jacobbarlow.com history.com owlcation.com smithsonianmag.com cnn.com pbs.org ksl.com sltrib.com For full biography, please visit my Patreon. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod
22:22
March 21, 2022
Episode 17: Gardo House
Episode 17: Gardo House
The story of the Gardo House. Sources: Utah Historical Quarterly Utah Humanities Wikipedia Utah Center for Architecture Utah Division of Archives and Record Services JSTOR Daily Utah Division of State History Digital Archives Utah Digital Newspapers Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/demolishedsaltlakepodcast Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/demolishedslpod
27:08
February 21, 2022
Episode 16: Ask Me Anything
Episode 16: Ask Me Anything
To celebrate one year of the podcast, I’m answering your questions. I talk about some of my favorite historic buildings, characters in Salt Lake’s history, share thoughts on historic preservation, and more. Plus, you get to meet Mike who helps produce the show. Thanks to everyone who submitted questions, including a few of my favorite Instagram accounts! Please give them a follow! @fauxreelpod @slsees @the_lost_history_of_saltair @rachels_slc_history @thedeadhistory
38:08
January 31, 2022
Episode 15: Women's Industrial Christian Home
Episode 15: Women's Industrial Christian Home
The Story of the Women's Industrial Christian Home Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Salt Lake City Weekly Utah Humanities Salt Lake Tribune: 1878-11-13; 1899-09-28; 1900-02-18; 1914-01-11; 1914-01-30; 1985-09-12; 1986-19-19; 1987-01-11; 1990-08-18 Salt Lake Herald Republican: 1886-03-19; 1886-06-03; 1886-11-20; 1887-04-06; 1888-10-27; 1892-05-29; 1892-12-13; 1893-01-22; 1893-06-20; 1899-02-08; 1899-11-05 Deseret News: 1886-11-03; 1888-10-17; 1888-10-17; 1888-10-24 Utah Inquirer: 1888-10-19 Deseret Weekly: 1888-10-24; 1890-03-22 Deseret Evening News: 1899-07-29 Salt Lake Telegram: 1913-09-25; 1928-04-30; 1929-02-18; 1945-11-13; 1946-01-04; 1945-11-30; 1945-12-20; 1945-12-15; 1945-12-22; 1946-01-05; 1946-01-04; 1948-12-15; 1949-03-18; 1950-10-05; 1949-04-16; 1951-06-14 Salt Lake Times: 1960-03-25 University of Utah Student Newspapers: 1978-11-27
19:14
November 28, 2021
On a Side Note: La France Apartments
On a Side Note: La France Apartments
This is a bit of history on the La France Apartments.  Homemakers in Transition: Women in Salt Lake City Apartments, 1910-1940: https://issuu.com/utah10/docs/uhq_volume67_1999_number4_c73ceb1b337ef1/s/163040 Sources: Homemakers in Transition: Women in Salt Lake City Apartments, 1910-1940 - Utah Historical Quarterly 1999 – Volume LXVII No. 4 Urban Expansion into the Early Twentieth Century, 1890s-1930s – Utah Division of State History
05:08
November 14, 2021
Episode 14: The Intersection of History and Lore with The Dead History
Episode 14: The Intersection of History and Lore with The Dead History
A conversation about the intersection of history and lore with Jennifer and Matt Jones of The Dead History. https://www.thedeadhistory.com/ https://www.ogdenwalkingtours.com/
45:47
October 30, 2021
On a Side Note: The Haunted Church
On a Side Note: The Haunted Church
This is the story of the haunted Scandinavian Methodist Episcopal Church. The Dead History: https://www.thedeadhistory.com/podcast Sources: Utah Digital Newspapers Salt Lake Tribune: 1896-10-10; 1906-3-10 Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1896-05-23; 1906-5-12 The Dead History  
07:12
October 24, 2021
Episode 13: Utah's Carnegie Libraries
Episode 13: Utah's Carnegie Libraries
The story of Utah's Carnegie Libraries with special guests Heidi Fendrick and Olivia Wilkinson from the Utah State Library Division. https://library.utah.gov/ Sources: Utah State Library Division Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Utah Center for Architecture Ogden Daily Standard: 1901-03-13; 1901-05-24; 1901-5-28; 1903-04-22; 1903-04-22; 1904-06-24 Richfield Reaper: 1935-11-28 Sanpete County Messenger: 2017-07-05 Van, Slyck A. A. Free to All: Carnegie Libraries & American Culture 1890-1920. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 1995. Print https://jacobbarlow.com/2019/09/07/carnegie-libraries-in-utah/ https://mtpleasantlib.org/about-the-library/history/ https://www.nps.gov/articles/carnegie-libraries-the-future-made-bright-teaching-with-historic-places.htm https://npgallery.nps.gov/ https://www.weberpl.lib.ut.us/about https://contentdm.li.suu.edu/digital/collection/hist_photos/id/180/rec/3 https://www.ksl.com/article/46729596/pair-of-century-old-buildings-torn-down-in-murray https://www.history.com/topics/19th-century/andrew-carnegie https://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2019/09/30/remembering-andrew-carnegies-legacy/
58:58
October 18, 2021
On a Side Note: The Ghost of John Borich
On a Side Note: The Ghost of John Borich
Introducing On a Side Note, a new feature of the podcast. This is the story of the ghost of John Borich.  Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers Salt Lake Tribune: 1919-9-18; 1919-12-16 Salt Lake Telegram: 1919-9-20; 1919-11-03; 1919-12-19; 1921-4-10; 1921-04-17; 1936-02-17 Salt Lake Herald Republican: 1920-4-10
06:10
October 04, 2021
Episode 12: Summer Road Trip Series - Ogden Union Stockyards
Episode 12: Summer Road Trip Series - Ogden Union Stockyards
The story of the Ogden Union Stockyards. This is the fourth episode in the Summer Road Trip Series.  Sources Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Weber State University Digital Collections Utah Historical Quarterly, Vol. 85, 2017 Utah Center for Architecture utahrails.net ogdenstockyard.org thedeadhistory.com historytogo.utah.gov intermountainstories.org response.epa.gov utahinvestigative.org Ogden Daily Standard: 1915-04-22; 1916-03-27; 1916-10-28; 1916-12-15; 1917-01-19; 1917-05-12; 1918-02-09; 1919-05-21; 1920-02-14 Inter-Mountain Republican: 1907-10-13 Ogden Standard-Examiner; 1915-04-22; 1920-04-15; 1921-02-23; 1922-10-01; 1923-01-23; 1923-01-26; 1923-07-15; 1923-08-22; 1923-12-02; 1924-04-15; 1925-09-29; 1926-01-01; 1926-01-07; 1931-05-24 Salt Lake Telegram: 1910-02-02; 1915-04-23; 1918-05-16; 1920-05-25; 1921-02-23; 1922-05-23; 1923-10-02; 1926-01-24 Iron County Record: 1930-06-21 Park Record: 1967-11-02 Times Independent: 1977-08-18 Deseret News: 1993-08-30 Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1920-04-09 Richfield Reaper: 1925-01-01
26:33
August 18, 2021
Episode 11: Summer Road Trip Series - The Standard Parachute Company of Utah
Episode 11: Summer Road Trip Series - The Standard Parachute Company of Utah
The story of the Standard Parachute Company of Utah. This is the third episode in the Summer Road Trip Series.  Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers historytogo.org intermountainstories.org history.utah.gov meredithelizabeth.com sandiegohistory.org issuu.com common.wikimedia.org Mormon Rosies: Women and War Work in Manti Proud to Send Those Parachutes Off: Central Utah’s Rosies During WWII Manti Messenger Ephraim Enterprise Deseret News Salt Lake Tribune
25:47
July 25, 2021
Episode 10: Summer Road Trip Series - Territorial Insane Asylum
Episode 10: Summer Road Trip Series - Territorial Insane Asylum
The story of the Territorial Insane Asylum. This is the second episode in the Summer Road Trip Series. Sources: Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1874-10-24; 1885-05-28; 1893-03-02; 1900-05-25; 1910-04-27 Salt Lake Tribune: 1903-03-31; 2017-09-08 Deseret News: 1999-08-22; 2018-10-10 Salt Lake Telegram: 1885-05-28 Salt Lake Democrat: 1885-05-06; 1885-07-15 Ogden Daily Standard: 1894-02-01 Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Find A Grave Provo City Library Utah State Hospital issuu.com utah.psychiatry.org atlasobscura.com asylumprojects.org thepreservationworks.org 99percentinvisible.org
27:20
July 05, 2021
Episode 9: Summer Road Trip Series - Queer History in Salt Lake City
Episode 9: Summer Road Trip Series - Queer History in Salt Lake City
The story of historic sites that play an important role in queer history in Salt Lake City as told by my friends Connell O’Donovan and Randy Hoffman. This is the first episode in the Summer Road Trip Series.  Sources: Salt Lake Tribune 1987-01-04
01:11:42
June 15, 2021
Demolished Salt Lake Summer Road Trip
Demolished Salt Lake Summer Road Trip
Demolished Salt Lake is hitting the road! Join me for a summer of episodes about long lost buildings outside of Salt Lake. 
01:14
May 27, 2021
Episode 8: Salt Lake City Brewing Company
Episode 8: Salt Lake City Brewing Company
The story of Jacob Moritz and the Salt Lake City Brewing Company. Sources: Salt Lake Tribune: 1894-01-01;1901-04-25;1905-08-09; 1910-08-07; 1917-12-16; 1919-03-30 Salt Lake Telegram: 1902-10-14; 1906-08-29; 1907-02-22; 1907-08-28; 1911-07-15; 1915-04-06; 1917-07-18; 1917-09-06; 1919-12-31; 1923-12-09; 1929-04-13; 1931-07-21; 1933-11-29; 1936-08-04; 1937-07-22; 1936-07-30 Salt Lake Herald Republican: 1885-11-13; 1893-11-07; 1894-10-26; 1895-03-04; 1898-06-26; 1899-10-27; | 1902-10-05; 1902-10-10; 1902-10-18; 1902-10-20; 1906-07-22; 1907-10-13; 1907-11-13; 1910-06-10; 1910-08-07; 1917-07-16; 1919-03-30 Salt Lake Democrat: 1885-03-30; 1885-06-16; 1885-11-12 Salt Lake Time: 1890-12-23 Intermountain Catholic: 1907-07-13; 1907-07-13 Inter-Mountain Republican: 1907-10-13; 1907-11-13 Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Find A Grave Utah Jewish History The Dead History City Weekly Old Brewery History Utah Stories
25:34
May 03, 2021
Episode 7: Utah Territorial Penitentiary Part 2
Episode 7: Utah Territorial Penitentiary Part 2
The story of the Utah Territorial Penitentiary, Part 2. Sources: Salt Lake Tribune: 1915-11-19; 1915-11-26; 1915-10-19; 1915-11-19 Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1915-08-13 Springville Herald | 1938-08-04 Salt Lake Telegram | 1938-10-3; 1938-10-29; 1939-11-09; 1939-11-08; 1950-12-26; 1950-12-26; 1951-04-13; 1951-11-10; 1951-04-23; 1951-03-12; 1951-02-09; 1952-02-28 Sugar House Bulletin: 1946-03-01; 1946-04-26; 1947-03-14; 1947-03-14; 1951-01-05; 1951-01-26; 1951-05-04 Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Salt Lake County Archives PBS Utah Find A Grave Aflcio
28:05
April 05, 2021
Episode 6: Utah Territorial Penitentiary Part 1
Episode 6: Utah Territorial Penitentiary Part 1
The story of the Utah Territorial Penitentiary, Part 1.  Sources: UHQ 1979 – Volume 47 No.1 Life Behind Bars Union Vedette: 1864-03-08 Salt Lake Telegram: 1934-02-01; 1951-03-12 scholarsarchive.byu.edu
23:44
March 22, 2021
Episode 5: Salt Lake County General Hospital
Episode 5: Salt Lake County General Hospital
The story of the Salt Lake County General Hospital. Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Salt Lake County Archives UHQ 1976 Volume 45 No. 2 The Nurse Utah Center for Architecture utah.psychiatry.org Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1894-04-03; 1894-01-02; 1910-10-17; 1910-10-15 Salt Lake Tribune: 1904-08-17; 1905-05-11; 1909-02-11; 1913-01-04; 1919-05-04; 1919-03-23 Salt Lake Telegram: 1913-12-30; 1914-01-12; 1919-04-30; 1919-08-22; 1921-09-20; 1929-03-27; 1921-09-20; 1921-02-07; 1929-12-25; 1935-12-28
17:02
March 08, 2021
Episode 4: John B. Kelly House
Episode 4: John B. Kelly House
The story of the John B. Kelly House. Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Division of Archives and Record Service Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Find A Grave FamilySearch John B. Kelly House National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form Albert H. Kelly House National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form A Modest Homestead: Life in Small Adobe Homes in Salt Lake City, 1850-1897 by Laurie J. Bryant Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1871-02-18; 1896-03-25; 1896-08-26 Deseret Evening News: 1864-10-19; 1903-10-03 Davis County Clipper: 1946-10-11
16:38
February 21, 2021
Episode 3: Valley House
Episode 3: Valley House
The story of Valley House and the Interurban Station. Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library South Temple Street Landmarks: Salt Lake City’s First Historic District by Bim Oliver Civil Disobedience: An Encyclopedic History of Dissidence in the United States by Mary Ellen Snodgrass Polygamy and Prostitution: Comparative Morality in Salt Lake City 1847-1991 by Jeffrey D. Nichols Railroad in Utah by Don Strack in Utah History Encyclopedia, 1994 historytogo.utah.gov/railroads-utah Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1876-09-22; 1879-11-30; 1880-01-07; 1881-03-27; 1881-10-27; 1882-12-31; 1885-12-03; 1886-04-29; 1886-10-20; 1886-12-25; 1899-02-10; 1907-01-11; 1910-02-24; 1913-03-10; 1913-03-13; 1916-09-25; 1916-09-20 Salt Lake Tribune: 1876-11-19; 1886-01-22; 1895-12-16; 1902-05-06; 1909-11-17; 1914-03-15; 1915-10-27; 1915-11-20; 1916-04-22 Salt Lake Telegram: 1902-05-06; 1915-10-28; 1915-11-23; 1916-04-21; 1916-10-05; 1923-10-05; 1923-02-04; 1931-08-04; 1939-10-09; 1949-01-15; 1947-09-30; 1947-11-12; 1949-01-11 Salt Lake Democrat: 1885-12-09 Desert Evening News: 1893-05-31; 1907-01-11 Inter-Mountain Republican: 1907-01-11 Ogden Standard-Examiner: 1922-10-20; 1923-10-05
16:14
February 07, 2021
Episode 2: Orphan's Home and Day Nursery
Episode 2: Orphan's Home and Day Nursery
The story of the Orphan's Home and Day Nursery and the Pyott Sanitarium and Clinic. Sources: Utah Division of State History Utah Digital Newspapers J Willard Marriott Digital Library Caring for Children: The Orphan’s Home and Day Nursery Association by Floralie Millsaps A Drugless Cure: Chiropractors, Flu, and the Law by Tina Kirkham Salt Lake Telegram: 1910-09-14, 1910-11-19, 1919-09-27, 1919-10-28, 1920-03-10, 1921-09-01, 1923-12-15, 1924-10-19, 1925-09-17, 1943-08-18, 1949-03-11, 1946-01-12 Salt Lake Tribune: 1904-02-21, 1907-12-29, 1909-06-11, 1909-07-25, 1910-06-11, 1911-02-24, 1918-10-15 Deseret Evening News: 1909-12-18 Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1909-10-02, 1910-06-18, 1918-10-19, 1918-12-08, 1919-01-19, 1920-03-10, 1920-05-13 Inter-Mountain Republican: 1090-04-13 Ogden Standard Examiner: 1918-10-21 Davis County Clipper: 1946-10-04
19:42
January 24, 2021
Episode 1: The Bransford Apartments
Episode 1: The Bransford Apartments
The story of the Bransford Apartments and the Silver Queen, Susanna E. Bransford Emery Holmes Delitch Engalitcheff Sources: Utah Historical Quarterly 1996- Vol LXIV No. 1 Utah’s Silver Queen and the “Era of the Great Splurge” South Temple Historic District Utah National Register Nomination Form Pages 24-27 Salt Lake Herald-Republican: 1901-07-28, 1902-03-05, 1902-07-28, 1904-07-01, 1905-01-29, 1907-05-24, 1918-02-10, 1918-10-16 Salt Lake Telegram: 1904-06-27, 1917-12-29, 1918-07-29, 1921-05-14, 1925-09-13, 1928-03-22, 1938-03-28, 1946-05-01 Salt Lake Tribune: 1908-12-02
20:54
January 12, 2021
Demolished Salt Lake Podcast Trailer
Demolished Salt Lake Podcast Trailer
I’m digging through the rubble of some of Salt Lake’s lost historic buildings to tell its story. Make sure to follow Demolished Salt Lake Podcast on Instagram for pictures and additional content. Look for the first episode featuring the Bransford Apartments dropping soon.
00:53
January 02, 2021