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Saltair Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Saltair collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA
New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA
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Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City
Pavilion Saltair on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City
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Saltair Pavilion, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Saltair Pavilion, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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Saltair Pavilion by night, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Saltair Pavilion by night, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - Saltair Pavilion - Exterior & In
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA - Saltair Pavilion - Exterior & In
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Saltair Pavilion, Great Salt Lake, Utah
Saltair Pavilion, Great Salt Lake, Utah
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Bathers pose for photo at saltair, Utah, USA
Bathers pose for photo at saltair, Utah, USA
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Bathers in the Great Salt Lake at Saltair, Utah, USA
Bathers in the Great Salt Lake at Saltair, Utah, USA
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New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA Featured Image

New Pavilion Saltair and bathers, Salt Lake City, USA

The New Pavilion Saltair (built in 1926) and bathers on Great Salt Lake, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The first Saltair, completed in 1893, was jointly owned by a corporation associated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called Mormons) and the Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad Company (which originally served the site). Saltair was a family place, intended to provide a safe and wholesome atmosphere with the open supervision of Church leaders. Interestingly, this postcard uses the same plate (as 10652128), but reduces the visible gap of water to change the composition! Date: circa 1926

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection