10 Utah buildings we miss
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The Knutsford Hotel, on the Northeast corner of State Street and 300 South, is probably best know as the place where the Salt Lake Chamber (then called the Commercial Club) was organized in 1902. Whenever prominent people came to Salt Lake City, in the early 1900s, their names were listed in the newspaper's society pages as staying at the Knutsford.
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