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The Utah State Archives is a repository of historical records that is open to the public to research. The Research Center which provides access to historical records is located at:<br>300 South Rio Grande<br>Salt Lake City, UT 84101<br>Tel. (801) 533-3535<br>Fax (801) 533-3504<br>Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.<br>http://historyresearch.utah.gov  
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[[File:Denver &amp; Rio Grande Western Depot in SLC.jpg|right|300px]]The Utah State Archives is a repository of historical records that is open to the public to research. The Research Center which provides access to historical records is located at:<br>300 South Rio Grande<br>Salt Lake City, UT 84101<br>Tel. (801) 533-3535<br>Fax (801) 533-3504<br>Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.<br>http://historyresearch.utah.gov  
  
 
The Utah State Archives provides many useful documents ranging back to 1850 for research. These records include death certificates, land records, legislative bills, mining claims, and incorporation records. A catalog, name index, series inventory list, and other research guides by subject are provided to assist you with your research at: http://archives.utah.gov/research/. Some of these records have been digitized for ease of research and can are located at: http://archives.utah.gov/digital/  
 
The Utah State Archives provides many useful documents ranging back to 1850 for research. These records include death certificates, land records, legislative bills, mining claims, and incorporation records. A catalog, name index, series inventory list, and other research guides by subject are provided to assist you with your research at: http://archives.utah.gov/research/. Some of these records have been digitized for ease of research and can are located at: http://archives.utah.gov/digital/  
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Please note that many of the digitized records have associated images that are free to view which also provide additional information that can be utilized in genealogical research.  
 
Please note that many of the digitized records have associated images that are free to view which also provide additional information that can be utilized in genealogical research.  
  
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Latest revision as of 23:28, 22 December 2015

Denver & Rio Grande Western Depot in SLC.jpg
The Utah State Archives is a repository of historical records that is open to the public to research. The Research Center which provides access to historical records is located at:
300 South Rio Grande
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Tel. (801) 533-3535
Fax (801) 533-3504
Mon. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
http://historyresearch.utah.gov

The Utah State Archives provides many useful documents ranging back to 1850 for research. These records include death certificates, land records, legislative bills, mining claims, and incorporation records. A catalog, name index, series inventory list, and other research guides by subject are provided to assist you with your research at: http://archives.utah.gov/research/. Some of these records have been digitized for ease of research and can are located at: http://archives.utah.gov/digital/

Please note that many of the digitized records have associated images that are free to view which also provide additional information that can be utilized in genealogical research.