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Property Name Weber Stake Relief Society Building
Reference Number AD_88003438_08232013
State Utah
County Weber
Town Ogden
Street Address 2104 Lincoln Avenue
Multiple Property Submission Name Mormon Church Buildings in Utah MPS
Status Accepted 8/23/2013
Areas of Significance RELIGION, SOCIAL HISTORY
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The previously listed Weber Stake Relief Society Building (NRIS # 88003438), located in Ogden, Weber County, was moved to a new location at 2104 Lincoln Avenue, a block west of the former location (2148 Grant A venue). The building was reestablished at the new site and ready for use in December 2012. Also, the Miles Goodyear Cabin (NRIS #71000866), which was located adjacent to the building at the former site was also moved to the current site, still adjacent to the Relief Society Building. The former site was undergoing new construction that would have resulted in the demolition ofboth buildings. Below is a description of the new site and rehabilitation of the building that was part of the move.


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