HUNTSVILLE HISTORY LIBRARY

Library Location:
7365 E. 200 S.
Huntsville, UT 84317
(801) 745-3420
(801) 745-1792 Fax

Hours:
Wednesday
10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Historians:
Velma Ahlstrom
LaVon Allen
Sheryl Andrews

Town Council Rep: Mayor Jim Truett

Huntsville is very fortunate to have a History Library that is staffed by volunteers and funded through donations. We have an extensive collection of historical information such as typed histories, weddings, golden anniversaries, birthdays for those 80 and over, obituaries and much, much more. (See also Aldous Cabin below.)

DAVID O McKAY HOME
The David O McKay home,
“Summer Tours of the David O. McKay Home will no longer be continued. If you would like to schedule a private tour for a large group of people or organization, please contact John McKay at (801) 633-7368. Thank you.”

ROBERT F. ALDOUS CABIN
We also offer tours of the historic Robert F. Aldous cabin, which is the first cabin built in Huntsville in the year 1861. Located on the corner of 200 South and 7400 East.

Seasonal Hours:
June until August
Saturday 11:00 am until 1:00 pm

HUNTSVILLES VETERAN’S MONUMENT
Located in Huntsville Town Cemetery
MonumentClick to see page


Past Mayors:
Click here for a list of Huntsville’s past Mayors and Councilmen

Streetcars:
Brief history of streetcars in the Ogden Valley

Light rail tracks unearthed in Huntsville Click here for story

Her is a nice history written by Andy Hedges about the valley
Click here for story…

Huntsville Cemetery is now online
With a searchable database and map of all the graves at:Namesinstone.com (click here for Cemetery information).

Huntsville Town History:
Click for read more

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