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Handwritten history, “The Lucin Cut-Off” by an unknown author, May 1905.
This ten page document relates how the Lucin Cut-Off was constructed and describes the
topography of this area in the Great Salt Lake.
Newspaper articles and register of death about the train accident of February 19,
1904, killing sixteen Greek laborers as they were traveling to build the Lucin Cut-off on the
Great Salt Lake, Utah. This collection was donated by Stella Kapetan whose great-grandfather,
Leonidas Maltezos, was amongst the train accident victims. Donated to Special Collections,
Weber State University, 2003. Photocopies.
This collection contains photographic and postcard documentation of the building and use of Lucin Cut-off across Salt Lake from 1903 – 1944.
Postcards addressed to Miss Goldie Brown of Murray, Utah from Fred Schick.
Postcards are of the Western Pacific train crossing, Lucin Cut-Off, and a scenic sunset over the
Great Salt Lake. Postmarked November 17, 1908; October 10, 1910; July 19, 1911; and July 25,
Authorized souvenir for an Ogden Lucin Cut-Off ribbon for a celebration at
Ogden, Utah, March 17, 1902.