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Utah Sugar Company, Garland Beet Sugar Refinery, Factory Street, Garland, Box Elder County, UT



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Location
Factory Street, Garland vicinity, UT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER UT-19
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-9).
Building/structure dates: 1903 initial construction
Significance: The history of the beet sugar industry in Utah began at the Lehi Plant of the Utah Sugar Company. In that plant on 15 October 1891, Edward Dyer reached into a whirling centrifugal and withdrew a handful of white crystals - the first white granulated sugar manufactured in the mountain west, also the first beet sugar made with American machinery, and the first sugar made from irrigated beets. By the turn of the century the Lehi Plant was producing sugar at the lowest cost in the U.S. and several areas in Utah asked to have refineries built in their communities...

Subjects
Sugar Industry
Sugar Refineries
Economic Development


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. GV FROM SW.
2. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. GV PLATE AND FRAME PRESSES.
3. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. INGERSOLL RAND VACUUM PUMP.
4. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. PLATT GAS COMPRESSOR.
5. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. CORLISS STEAM ENGINE POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
6. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. GV CARBONATION STATION & CONTROL PANEL.
7. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. STEAM DRIVEN SYRUP PUMP (MARSH).
8. Jack E. Boucher, Photographer, August, 1971. SECOND FLOOR LOOKING NW. EVAPORATOR UNITS USED IN SEQUENCE TO REDUCE OR CONCENTRATE BEET JUICE.


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