Hi there, Max. Back in 1996-97, I worked on this property, and lived in the smaller building in front of the car in this shot. The property was in much a lot better shape at that point.
N1w: yeah you mentioned you worked there before, maybe not that specific building though. You salvaged paintings from the hallways I think.
Anyway, I have a question that maybe you can help me with. As I mentioned before I was born at Bushnell. My parents' address was given as 15N, 3rd W in Brigham City. That doesn't seem to be a valid address nowadays except up in Tremonton.
Do you think they revised the address system in Brigham City? I could always try to contact someone at City Hall or just drop in when I'm out there next time.
I'm thinking that that might still be OK in Brigham, Max. If you zoom in on that map up there, it should correspond to the area around what's labeled as Brigham Young Park. Out here, they often drop the 00's from known street names, so that 3rd W might actually be 300 West.
Thanks N1w. That makes sense. I didn't know what the local custom might be. I looked in Street View and saw that there are a couple old houses opposite Brigham Young Park on 300W St that might easily be from before the War. Of course there are a couple vacant lots too, where No. 15 might have been. Anyway, thanks.
Glad to have been of some help. Cheers!
I visited the Intermountain Indian School a couple days ago, and as it turns out the building in this photograph (the one with a caved in roof) was torn down earlier this summer. The other large building and the small building are still there, but according to my research, most of the other buildings are going to be demolished soon. It's sad when historic places like these are demolished...
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Photo taken in Brigham City, UT, USA
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