Category - 1900-1950

Old City Hall and Firestation

Brigham City Hall and Fire Station

As the twentieth century came into its own, Brigham City officials saw the need to have their own office and council space, improved quarters for the fire department, and their own jail. Although the idea of a city hall...

Brigham City Sugar Factory

“Infobox building” name Brigham City Sugar Factory former_names alternate_names status image 2014.99.30.jpg image_alt image_size 250px caption map_type map_alt map_caption relief altitude building_type...

Picture of the MIA Library

MIA Library

Home reading had been promoted in the community since the Sunday School presidency’s 1870 creation of a library of books for children. That practice continued within the four LDS ward schools, which each had a small...

Ogden Portland Cement Plant

“Infobox building” name Ogden Portland Cement Plant former_names alternate_names status image image_alt image_size caption map_type map_alt map_caption relief altitude building_type architectural_style...

Interurban

Electric streetcars began running in Brigham City on Monday, ::October 15, 1910. But only after having jumped the track on a curve before leaving Weber County. Notes Search Brigham City Museum Collections : 1900-1950 :...

Industry 1900-1950

In 1900, Brigham City’s economy was based on agriculture and commerce, with many of its businesses dependent upon production and shipping of produce and livestock and supplying the needs of a community with agricultural...

Jails

In 1900, Brigham City was still renting rooms in the old Box Elder County Jail, but the quarters were inadequate, both in size and condition. In 1904, for example, Marshal Carter reported to City Council that “the stove...

Arthur D. Cooley

“Notes” honorific_prefix name Arthur D. Cooley honorific_suffix native_name native_name_lang image image_size alt caption birth_name birth_date birth_place disappeared_date disappeared_place...

Community Health 1900 – 1950

__TOC__ As the Twentieth Century dawned, medical doctors were required to hold M.D. degrees and pass state board exams in order to open a practice. Training was made easier for Utah residents with establishment of the...

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