Portraits
C. R. Savage Company Portrait Collection
C. R. Savage Company Portrait Collection
The Charles Roscoe Savage Portrait Collection contains almost 15,000 images of men, women, and children who went to the Savage studio in Salt Lake for a portrait sitting during the 1930s
Classified Photographs
Classified Photographs
Containing over 30,000 images, the Classified Photograph Collection is an artificially created collection by Utah Division of State History over a forty year period. Created as a browsing collection, it is organized by subjects of popular interest regarding Utah history.
Clifton Bray Film Negatives
Clifton Bray Film Negatives
Clifton Bray worked for the Shipler Commercial Photographer Studio and then independently. This collection contains images of Salt Lake City architecture and people in the 1920s, as well as unique images of accident scenes and business contracts for documentary purposes.
Juanita Brooks Photograph Collection, 1928-1981
Juanita Brooks Photograph Collection, 1928-1981
Images documenting Brooks's professional writing career from 1934-1971 are found in this collection. Brooks specialized in the history of the American west and Mormon history. She is most noted for her writings on the Mountain Meadow Massacre. This collection also provides a glimpse into her personal life with many images of her family, activities, and general life in southern Utah.
Larson Studio Negative Collection
Larson Studio Negative Collection
The Larson Studio Negative Collection was created by Thomas Christian Larson and his son O. Blaine Larson. Both operated the Larson Studio from 1916-1968 in Provo, Utah. The collection contains portraits of many Utah County citizens as well as some Utah landscape and industry scenes and images of Provo.
Ray King Collection
Ray King Collection
This collection contains images from Utah photographer Ray King. King worked for the Salt Lake Tribune for many years in the mid-twentieth century. These images document his work in Utah but also his personal life as he photographed trips throughout the United States.
Rural Utah Curated Collection
Rural Utah Curated Collection
The majority of Utah's population is found on the Wasatch Front, but Utah's history knows no boundaries. This curated collection features images from rural communities of Utah - including Eureka, Milford, Newton, Ophir, and Stockton.
Shipler Collection Negative Preservation Project
Shipler Collection Negative Preservation Project
Shipler Commercial Photographers took thousands of images of Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. This collection contains images from glass plates (1900s-1920s) and acetate negatives (1940s-1950s), with the majority of the images having an exact date and detailed description.
Shipler Commercial Photographers
Shipler Commercial Photographers
Shipler Commercial Photographers took thousands of images of Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. This collection contains images from glass plates (1900s-1920s) and acetate negatives (1940s-1950s), with the majority of the images having an exact date and detailed description.
Utah State Legislators Photographs, 1895-1963
Utah State Legislators Photographs, 1895-1963
Men and women have been serving Utah citizens in the Utah State Legislature since before Utah was officially a state. This collection has images of legislators serving from various Utah counties from 1895-1963.
William Edward Hook Glass Negatives
William Edward Hook Glass Negatives
The William Edward Hook Collection contains images from glass plate negatives. Hook was a photographer in Colorado during the 1890s gold rush. The collection documents life in the west and the railroad in Utah.