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RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon

RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon
RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon
RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon
RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon
RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon

RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon

RARE ORIGINAL Real Photograph Postcard LOT. Series - Set of 3 Cards Scenes in Brigham, Utah by Photographer Atherton & Son, Elko, Nevada Unknown Images?

For offer - a very nice postcard set! Fresh from an estate in Upstate NY. Never offered on the market until now. Vintage, Old, antique, Original - NOT Reproductions - Guaranteed!!

These came from a collection of old postcards I just bought. Shows Court House, Mormon Tabernacle, and Peach Orchards. Photoed / Photographed by Atherton & Con, Elko, Nev.

I could not find these images anywhere else. Light wear to a couple corners. NOTE: The red lettering shown in the scans was added digitally for protection, and does not appear on the actual photos. If you collect postcards, 19th / 20th century Americana history, American postal, architecture, pioneer photography of old west, etc. This is a nice one for your paper or ephemera collection.

Genealogy research importance as well. Brigham City is a city in Box Elder County, Utah, United States. The population was 17,899 at the 2010 census.

[3] It is the county seat of Box Elder County. [4] It lies on the western slope of the Wellsville Mountains, a branch of the Wasatch Range at the western terminus of Box Elder Canyon. Brigham City saw most of its growth during the 1950s and 1960s, but has seen a struggling economy and stagnating growth since then. It is near the headquarters of ATK Thiokol, the company that created the solid rocket boosters for the Space Shuttle.

Brigham City is known for its peaches and holds an annual celebration called Peach Days on the weekend after Labor Day. Much of Main Street is closed off to cars, and the festival is celebrated by a parade, a car show, a carnival, and other activities.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) dedicated its fourteenth temple in Utah in Brigham City on 23 September 2012. The city is the headquarters of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation, a federally recognized tribe of Shoshone people. Mormon pioneer William Davis first explored the Brigham City area in 1850.

Brigham Young directed Lorenzo Snow to lead additional settlers to the site and foster a self-sufficient city at the site in 1853. Panoramic map of Brigham City from 1875. Snow directed both religious and political affairs in the settlement, eventually naming it Box Elder in 1855. [6] When the town was incorporated on January 12, 1867, the name was changed to Brigham City in honor of Brigham Young.

[7] That same month, after the Utah legislature authorized a municipal election, residents elected Chester Loveland to be the town's first mayor. [8] Brigham Young gave his last public sermon there in 1877 shortly before his death. In 1864, the cooperative movement began in earnest with the creation of a mercantile co-op store and was an important element of the United Order of Enoch. Other industries were added, and the Brigham City Co-op is widely recognized as the most successful of the Mormon Co-op ventures. World War II brought a major economic boost to the city.

The federal government created Bushnell General Hospital on Brigham City's south side to treat soldiers wounded in the war. After the war, the hospital's buildings were used as Intermountain Indian School.

Many young Native Americans attended the boarding school until it closed in 1984, although the Intermountain "I" on the mountain is still visible in tandem with Box Elder High School's "B". The facility has left its mark in a number of other ways, with most of the buildings still standing. Some have been converted into businesses and condos, while others remain empty. The Utah State University Brigham City regional campus will be expanded to permanent buildings on this site and will mainly serve students from Box Elder, Weber and Davis counties. [10] Construction will begin in the fall of 2014.

Despite layoffs over the past decade, much of Brigham City's economy relies on Thiokol, the creator of many missiles, as well as the solid rocket booster for the Space Shuttle. Additionally, the local Autoliv (formerly a part of Thiokol) airbag plants also net Brigham City many jobs.

Nucor Corporation has two facilities in Brigham City, in addition to its steel mill in nearby Plymouth. The addition of a Walmart distribution center in nearby Corinne has also brought new jobs.

Built in 1870 as part of the Brigham City Manufacturing and Mercantile Association, the mill produced high-quality blankets and sweaters from locally produced wool fleeces. Cooley opened this hospital in 1935, operating as the only acute care facility in Brigham City until 1976 when the Brigham City Community Hospital opened. Originally built to house transient railroad workers, rooms in Hotel Brigham were meant to be inexpensive. Very few rooms had bathrooms. An original owner was James Knudson, a former mayor of Brigham City. His grandson, Cameron Kay Harmon, became a part owner and managed the hotel after World War II and into the 1950s. The sign spans the width of Main Street, welcoming visitors to the charming business district.

Made of opalite glass, the 12-inch-high (30 cm) lettering welcomes all to Brigham City, Gateway to the World's Greatest Wild Bird Refuge. Established in 1853 with the burial of a pioneer infant, the Brigham City cemetery is a beautiful, old-fashioned cemetery with above ground grave markers. A final resting place for pioneers, peach orchard farmers, cholera epidemic victims, workers and a host of others, the cemetery is peaceful and shaded with a wide variety of grand old trees. The Brigham City Utah Temple is a temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) in Brigham City, Utah.

The temple was announced by church president Thomas S. Monson on October 3, 2009, during the church's general conference. [3] The temple was announced concurrently with those to be constructed in ConcepciĆ³n, Chile, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Fortaleza, Brazil and Sapporo, Japan; at the time, the announcement brought the total number of temples worldwide to 151 (including those under construction and announced). It is the fourteenth temple of the LDS Church completed in Utah. The temple is located on the property where the Central Elementary School once stood at 250 South Main Street in Brigham City, across from the historic tabernacle. A groundbreaking ceremony was held on July 31, 2010, and was conducted by Boyd K. Packer, president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and a native of Brigham City. On the morning of June 28, 2011, the western spire was installed.

The angel Moroni statue was installed on the eastern tower on July 12, 2011. The installation was delayed for almost two hours due to weather problems. The temple was formally dedicated in three sessions on September 23, 2012, by Packer. The dedicatory sessions were broadcast to congregations of the church within Utah.

In conjunction with the dedication of the temple, there was a cultural celebration featuring music and dance on September 22. Book: Temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Comparison of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. List of temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by geographic region. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Utah.

Mormons are a religious and cultural group related to Mormonism, the principal branch of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity, initiated by Joseph Smith in upstate New York during the 1820s. After Smith's death in 1844, the Mormons followed Brigham Young to what would become the Utah Territory. Today, most Mormons are understood to be members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Some Mormons are also either independent or non-practicing.

The center of Mormon cultural influence is in Utah, and North America has more Mormons than any other continent, though the majority of Mormons live outside the United States. Mormons have developed a strong sense of commonality that stems from their doctrine and history. During the 19th century, Mormon converts tended to gather to a central geographic location, and between 1852 and 1890 a minority of Mormons openly practiced plural marriage, a form of religious polygamy. Mormons dedicate large amounts of time and resources to serving in their church, and many young Mormons choose to serve a full-time proselytizing mission.

Mormons have a health code which eschews alcoholic beverages, tobacco, coffee, tea, and other addictive substances. They tend to be very family-oriented and have strong connections across generations and with extended family, reflective of their belief that families can be sealed together beyond death. Mormons also have a strict law of chastity, requiring abstention from sexual relations outside heterosexual marriage and fidelity within marriage. Mormons self-identify as Christian, [9] although some non-Mormons consider Mormons non-Christian[10] and some of their beliefs differ from mainstream Christianity.

Mormons believe in the Bible, as well as other books of scripture, such as the Book of Mormon. They have a unique view of cosmology and believe that all people are spirit-children of God.

Mormons believe that returning to God requires following the example of Jesus Christ, and accepting his atonement through ordinances such as baptism. They believe that Christ's church was restored through Joseph Smith and is guided by living prophets and apostles.

Central to Mormon faith is the belief that God speaks to his children and answers their prayers. The number of members in 1971 was 3,090,953[11] and as of 2018, there are 16,118,169 members worldwide.

Elko (Shoshoni: Natakkoa, "Rocks Piled on One Another")[3] is the largest city in and county seat of Elko County, Nevada, United States. [4][5] The population was 18,297 at the 2010 census.

[6] The city straddles the Humboldt River. Elko is the principal city of the Elko Micropolitan Statistical Area, a micropolitan area that covers Elko and Eureka counties. [7] It is the largest city for over 130 miles (210 km) in all directions, making it, as its city motto states, "The Heart of Northeast Nevada". It is home to Great Basin College, as well as to the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office serving most of northern and central Nevada. The item "RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon" is in sale since Monday, January 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Postcards\US States, Cities & Towns\Utah". The seller is "dalebooks" and is located in Rochester, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Theme: US States, Cities & Towns
  • Type: Real Photo (RPPC)
  • Postage Condition: Unposted
  • State: Utah
  • Era: Divided Back (c.
    RARE 3 Real Photo pcs Brigham City Utah UT 1908 by Atherton Elko NV- RPPC Mormon