Salt Lake Twenty-ninth Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [1]

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Title Salt Lake Twenty-ninth Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [1]
Alternative Title LDS 29th Ward [1]
Creator Rockwell, Kenneth W.
Date 2018-06-16
Spatial Coverage 40.778333, -111.9229
Subject Mormon church buildings--Utah--Salt Lake City--Photographs; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints--Buildings--Utah--Salt Lake City--Photographs
Description Address: 1102 West, 400 North (previously 300 N), Salt Lake City. Building erected in 1902-05 and expanded in 1925-27, it originally had some lovely stained-glass windows, now gone since 1960 due to renovations. Vacated by the Church in 1977 and sold in 1979, it was used as office and meeting space for several decades, including as a "social, education, and recreation center for refugees" between 1986 and 2007. Several religious groups used it for Sunday worship during this period, including a Cambodian Buddhist congregation that later built a temple in West Valley City. Now owned by Salt Lake City, the building has been vacant and neglected in recent years, but is currently targeted for renovation as a community center and food pantry.
Type Image
Format image/jpeg
Language eng
Relation A 2014 article by the Fairpark Community Council: Detailed history at its NRHP registration form: See also a page on the architecture: ; Link to historical photo held by the Marriott Library: ; ;
Metadata Cataloger Ken Rockwell
ARK ark:/87278/s6pc78n0
Setname uum_slcrap
Date Created 2018-09-11
Date Modified 2018-09-11
ID 1368173
Reference URL
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