- Barker Park (2375 North Fruitland Dr)
- Equestrian Park (2675 North Mountain Road)
- Lomond View Park (220 East Elberta Dr)
- McGriff Park (2950 North 900 East)
- Mountain View Park (875 East 3300 North)
- North Ogden East (2685 North 500 East)
- North Ogden West (2685 North 500 East)
- Oaklawn Park (1200 East 2500 North)
- Orton/Green Acres Park 2050 North 600 East)
- Wadman Park (2700 North 1050 East)
- Bicentennial Park (2641 North 400 East)
- Skate Park (2600 North 505 East)
Pioneer Telegraph Office
S.U.P. Marker #D (see other S.U.P. Markers here.)
Location: 73 South Main, SLC
In 1955 the famed sculptor Ortho Fairbanks created this marker located at the spot where the transcontinental telegraph lines were connected October 24, 1861. In 2007 the monument was removed during the construction of the City Creek Center and was replaced near the same spot and rededicated October 24, 2011.
George Leroy Smith (known as “Roy”) began in the drug store business while he was still in high school, about 1910. The store was called Pleasant Grove Drug and was located across the street from it’s current location.
Hedquist Drug bought the store in 1915 and Roy continued as the store’s manager.
In 1917 the store moved across the street to it’s current location and Roy received his pharmacy license that same year.
In 1929, Roy bought the store from Hedquist Drug. The store remained Hedquist Drug until 1935 when the name was changed to Smith Drug. (more at smithrexalldrug.com)
Z.C.M.I. – One of the last remaining fragments of the pioneer era
For more than 100 years, this cast iron and sheet metal facade greeted shoppers at Z.C.M.I.’s flagship store. Zion’s Cooperative Mercantile Institution was formed by Mormon merchants in 1868 at the behest of Brigham Young to combat the economic influences of mining and the transcontinental railroad. The enterprise intended to support local manufacturing, control prices, and invest profits back into the community. Its success spawned similar institutions throughout the Intermountain West and eventually inaugurated a major department store chain. Z.C.M.I. was sold in 1999 to May Company. May Co. was sold in 2005 to Federated Department Stores which owns Macy’s.
Salt Lake City merchants belonging to Z.C.M.I. first consolidated in one building – with an elaborate facade – at this location in 1876. When the building was torn down in 1973, the facade, which had been remodeled several times, was preserved and adapted as a store entrance, as it has been again in City Creek Center.
Mason’s Clothing Store / Clarks’ Merchandise
This building was constructed c.1908 by William L. Hayes who leased it to Walter B. Mason for Mason’s Men’s Clothing Store. Several years before his death in 1922, Hyrum L. Clark moved his general merchandise store here. H. Winfield Clark purchased his father’s business and continued with it until 1942. In 1944, Vilace and Fern Radmall established Radmall Hardware, purchasing the building. Their son, David, continued the business from 1972 to 1988. David’s wife, Maxine, restored the building in 1997.
Inglewood Park – Located at 1159 S McClelland St (1040 E) in Salt Lake City.
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