An historical glimpse of Utah Lake
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Courtesy of Roland Strong
The 90-foot "Sho-Boat" was built in 1932 by Hewitt Strong and Elmer Smith. For more than a decade the boat made regularly scheduled weekend trips to Bird Island on Utah Lake. A ride on the Sho-Boat was considered a luxury cruise during the Great Depression.
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