About Us

Springville Historical Society is located in the lower level of the historic Carnegie Library (DUP Museum) at 75 South Main in Springville. The Historical Society reading room is open on Mondays, excepting some holidays) from 1 to 4 p.m. and by special appointment by contacting Lee Taylor at 801-489-8552.

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  1. I am wondering if you could tell me which newspapers reported on Springville events in 1926. Are they available on-line?

    I am looking for any articles related to a J.B. Johnson who was struck and killed by a passing automobile on or about Sunday, January 10, 1926. He was an employee of the Bureau of Fisheries (predecessor to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and was stationed at the Springville National Fish Hatchery.

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

    Carlos Martinez
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    • Mr. Martinez,

      We have copies of the “Springville Herald” newspaper from the early 1930s until it ceased publication a couple of years ago. Prior to that time there was another newspaper in town called the “Springville Independent”, but we, unfortunately, do not have any copies of that newspaper. “The Daily Herald” in the neighboring city of Provo, Utah was publishing at that time and the “Deseret News” in Salt Lake City may also have covered the accident. Copies of those newspapers may be available online. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.

      Sincerely,

      Daryl Tucker
      Springville Historical Society

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