Built in 1900 and located at 140 South State Street in Salt Lake City, Utah

Cooperative Wagon and Machinery Company Initially organized by the LDS Church, the Cooperative Wagon and Machinery Company was one of the largest dealers of equipment, machinery, tools, and supplies in Utah. The company’s bitter rival, the Consolidated Implement Company, was located in a store just to the south and for many years they operated as neighbors. The two companies merged in 1902 to form the Consolidated Wagon and Machinery Company, operating in the building until 1943 when they only sold army surplus merchandise. Zions Securities and Crawford & Day Furniture also have owned the building. It is currently a Zim’s craft store.