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Lucin Cutoff (Utah)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: P-143
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

History of the Lucin Cut-Off

Identifier: MSS-138
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1905-05

Lucin Cut Off

Identifier: MSS-360
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Lucin Cut-off

Identifier: MSS-427
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Lucin Cut-Off Accident

Identifier: MSS-218

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.

Dates: 1904-02-19

Lucin Cut-Off Photograph Collection

Identifier: P-154

This collection contains photographic and postcard documentation of the building and use of Lucin Cut-off across Salt Lake from 1903 – 1944.

Dates: 1903 - 1944

Miss Goldie Brown Correspondence

Identifier: MSS-240
Scope and Contents

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,


Dates: 1908 - 1911

Ogden Lucin cut-Off Ribbon

Identifier: MSS-297
Scope and Contents

Authorized souvenir for an Ogden Lucin Cut-Off ribbon for a celebration at

Ogden, Utah, March 17, 1902.

Dates: 1902-03-17

Ogden-Lucin Cutoff

Identifier: P-285
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined

Southern Pacific Crash

Identifier: P-288