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I was part of the 8 man Chinese crew that laid down the last tracks of the Transcontinental Railroad! They let us do this as a tribute to the many Chinese that helped during the entire process. History Photos, Us History, Canadian History, American History, Old West Photos, Pioneer Life, Union Pacific Railroad, Hell On Wheels, Chinese American

Railfest - True West Magazine

When the railroad was completed on May 10, an eight-man Chinese crew was selected to place the last section of the rail, to pay tribute to the hard work of the Chinese laborers. A.J. Russell photographed the only known record of the Chinese role in the "Last Rail" ceremony.

 Utah's most popular department store. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ogden Utah, State Of Grace, Salt Lake City Utah, History Photos, Business Management, Department Store, Wall Street

The Great Divide - How Main Street Was Traded for Wall Street

Utah Stories: The Great Divide - How Main Street Was Traded for Wall Street

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called Slc Utah, Salt Lake City Utah, Mountain States, Lake View, History Facts, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Historical Photos, Rocky Mountains

A Look Back: Photos of Salt Lake City in the 1900s

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called Old Pictures, Old Photos, Slc Utah, Salt Lake City Utah, Travel Oklahoma, New York Travel, Thailand Travel, Historical Photos, American History

A Look Back: Photos of Salt Lake City in the 1900s

The Salt Lake Tribune occasionally presents images from its archives in a special series called

Documentary remembers community of early South Temple Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City Utah, Baseball Park, Grove Park, University Of Utah, Old Photos, Lake Photos, Historical Society, Paris Skyline

Vintage photo of South Temple (formerly Brigham St.), Salt Lake City (Utah State Historical Society). "For a time, anyone who was anyone located their homes along its wide, tree-lined length that ran a straight shot east from Temple Square. From 1880 to the 1930s, the vast majority of Utah’s wealthiest citizens resided along Brigham Street in the most lavish and opulent neighborhood the region had ever seen." Caption from KUED

Seeing Salt Lake City by Alan Barnett O. Skaggs Company at 351 South State Street, February This company, not to be confused with the larger Old Images, Old Pictures, Retro Signage, Salt Lake City Utah, State Street, Historic Homes, Parking Lot, Beautiful Places, Confused

Seeing Salt Lake City – 151-160

O.P. Skaggs Company at 351 South State Street, February 2, 1933. This company, not to be confused with the larger detail empire of L. S. Skaggs, operated nine stores in the Salt Lake Valley when this photograph was taken. The site of this store is now a parking lot. (

Lisa Harrison remembers walking into East High School on her first day as a freshman student in She remembers passing Ohio Image, East High School, Salt Lake County, History Photos, Old Buildings, Heaven On Earth, Lake City, Abandoned Places, Old Pictures

East High School 1914 - my old high school. Was rebuilt in 1997. High School Musical movies were filmed here.

General Motors TDH series bus, seen in Salt Lake City in Aug. photo by David Rostance Slc Utah, Salt Lake City Utah, Old Signs, Road Trip Usa, Filming Locations, My Ride, Historical Photos, Us Travel, Old Photos

UTA I rode a bus like this with my grandma Alene to Salt Lake City when I was a child. I miss her.

Terra cotta facade of the Zions First National Bank Building on Main Street south of Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah Slc Utah, Temple Square, Banks Building, Wall Treatments, Salt Lake City, Main Street, Facade, Sweet Home, Memories

Zions First National Bank Building

Terra cotta facade of the Zions First National Bank Building on Main Street south of Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tenuous Link: National Monument ---> National Bank.