1st Methodist Episcopal Church, 200 S. 200 E.
This is the oldest surviving Methodist church in Utah. http://firstmethodistslc.org/about-us/our-history/
Architect: Frederic Albert Hale
Style: Victorian Eclectic
Photo Taken: 09/26/2008
This is the 24th Ward Chapel on Capitol Hill. The address is 700 N. 200 W, Salt Lake City. It was built in 1907. I haven’t been able to discover much more than that.
Sugarhouse Ward- 1950 S. 1200 E. Salt Lake City, UT
This church was built in 1924 in the Colonial Revival Style. This seems to be a popular style for the time period. It also seems there was a bit of an explosion in church building in Salt Lake around 1924. Not sure the reasons but it would be interesting to know. This church was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
Architect: Franz Salzner
Photos taken: 9/28/2008
Wells LDS Chapel, 1990 S. 1500 E. Salt Lake City, UT
Built: 1920 Chapel built: 1926
Photos taken: 09/21/2008 by Amber Swanson
For interior shots: http://ldsarchitecture.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/wells-ward-chapel-interior-2/
This is the Congregation Shaary Zedek Synagouge building. It is now used for Dixon & Associates but it once belonged to the 3rd Jewish congregation of Salt Lake City. The group was disbanded in 1935.
833 S. 200 E. Salt Lake City, UT
Architect: John Emil Anderson
Photo Taken: 09/28/2008
A.M.E. Church (Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Church)- 239 E. 600 S. Salt Lake City, UT
This church was built in 1907, but the congregation has been located in Salt Lake since the 1880’s and is a cultural and religious meeting place for the African American community in Salt Lake. The building was renovated in 1976 and is on the National and State registers of historic sites.
Architect: Hurley Howell
Photo taken: Sept. 28, 2008
31st Ward Chapel- 1140 S. 900 E. Salt Lake City, UT
I have not been able to find data as to when this church was built or who designed it. I will keep researching.