Publication: Privately printed, 1903, NP
4 3/8" x 6" in orange printed wrappers. 32 pp., illustrations, statistics, map. Overview of Salt Lake City including information on number of permits for new buildings, population, railroads, schools, mining, business growth, etc. followed by chapters with much detail and information on Temple Block, the Tabernacle, Assembly Hall, the Grand Organ, Saltair, the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake Railroad Company, The Oregon Short Line Railroad Company, the Rio Grande Western Railroad Company, basic information about important dates in Utah's history, various churches, number of banks, Salt Lake as a railroad center, etc. Statistics on increase in new building, output of sugar, the jobbing trade in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake industries with number of employees, wages, production, production of coal, enrollment in school, etc. Small black and white photographs throughout to include pictures of schools, the city and county building, Salt Lake Temple, Tabernacle, Assembly Hall, the Grand Organ, the Pioneer Monument, Deseret News Building, etc. One-page map entitled, "Where you can go by telephone from Salt Lake," produced by Long Distance Telephone and, "representing the company's 14,000 miles of telephone lines in Utah, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming." Tiny chips to spine ends along with minor wear to the extremities. Very good. Very interesting and filled with information.
Inventory Number: 39766