- Park City, Utah photograph collection
- 1880s-1960s (inclusive)18701969
- 63 photographs
- Collection Number
- The Park City, Utah photograph collection contains photographs of building exteriors and interiors in Park City, Utah, photographs of mining activities and photographs of the fire of 1898.
- University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
- Access Restrictions
Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
Photographs of Park City relating to its importance as mining center and as a resort community. Of special interest are various photographs of building interiors and the destruction caused by the fire of 1899.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.
Collection Name, Collection Number, Box Number, Folder Number. Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
Park City, Buildings, Mining, TransporationReturn to Top
General Views, 19th century
Photograph number 1: Early panoramic view of Park City showing the Ontario and Marsac MillsPhotograph number 2: Lower end of Park CityPhotograph number 3-3a: Miners Union Parade, June 13Photograph number 4: Shadow Lake
Photograph number 5: Park City Hotel, circa 1910Photograph number 6: Park City Bank (later Post Office)Photograph number 7: Grand Opera House or Dewey TheaterPhotograph number 8: Old Ontario SchoolPhotograph number 9: Miners HospitalPhotograph number 10: Winter in Park City--snowplowPhotograph number 11: Home--typical home in Park City, 1904Photograph number 11a: Mine Housing, 1894Photograph number 11b: Park City Hotel
Fire of 1898
Photograph number 12: City in flamesPhotograph number 13: Rear of Grand Opera HousePhotograph number 13a: Grand Opera HousePhotograph number 14: City HallPhotograph number 15: Main streetPhotograph number 16: City HallPhotograph number 17: Geo. Wannings SaloonPhotograph number 18: Temporary Post Office
Photograph number 19: Ontario MillPhotograph number 20: Mines in upper Ontario CanyonPhotograph number 21: Ontario Mines (C.R. Savage, photographer)Photograph number 22: Miners in Ontario Mine shaftPhotograph number 23: Ontario Tunnel Mule TrainPhotograph number 23a: Ontario Mill, No. 3 Shaft and workersPhotograph number 23b: Mine workers
Photograph number 24: Mrs. William Jefford in Jefford's store, 1915Photograph number 25: Kate and Mary Byrnes and Charles Hodgson in Hodgson's Jewelry store, 1915Photograph number 26: Mrs. Joffin in Park City Drug Store, circa 1915Photograph number 27: Mike Winn, bartender in Park City saloon, circa 1915Photograph number 28: Old time butcher shop, 1905: William Bircumshaw, Jim Rasband, and Joe Brandel
Photograph number 29: Crescent TramwayPhotograph number 30: Horse team taking boiler to Daly West MinePhotograph number 31: Train
Modern Park City
Photograph number 32-39: Photographs of city officials showing various views of the town including the Silver Wheel Theater, the Red Banjo Saloon, and the Union Pacific StationPhotograph number 40-42: Street scenes and the "Handle bar" saloon--modern photoPhotograph number 43: Two photo montage showing a Treasure Mountain gondola and train
Stereographs (copy prints)
Photograph number 1: Family portraitPhotograph number 2: Park City, UtahThe following are by the photographer, A.E. DickersonPhotograph number 3-4: Park City, Utah (looking north)Photograph number 5: Park City, Utah (looking south)Photograph number 6: Hoist at the Ontario mine, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 7: Ontario mine, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 8: Park City, Utah (from above, looking southwest)Photograph number 9: Park City, Utah (from above, looking west)Photograph number 10: [Train in snow] Got through after a hard fight, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 11: Daly West Mine, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 12: Daly Judge Mill, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 13: Looking East over Silver King Mine, Park City, UtahPhotograph number 14: Park City, Utah (looking northwest at town and Iron Mtn)Photograph number 15: Empire Canon, Park City, Utah
Park City views
Photograph number 1: Park City looking South: Marsac and Ontario Mines, photo by C.R. Savage
Mining, contact sheets
Photograph number 1-35: Park City mining areas
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Mines and mineral resources--Utah--Park City--History--Photographs
- Park City (Utah--)Buildings, structures, etc.--Photographs
- Park City (Utah)--Photographs
Form or Genre Terms
- Exterior views
- Interior views
- Photographic prints--1880-1969