The Lehi Historical Society and Archives offers more than 38,000 cataloged items centering around all things Lehi.
Much of what the Archives has to offer is not yet online, including hundreds of files on Lehi residents, deceased and living, family histories, ward histories, yearbooks, a Lehi Homes Collection and much more. The following links provide indexes to what we have, but to view those items, it will require a visit to our facility where guests are encouraged to make copies, scan documents and peruse all that we offer. If you find something you would like to view, feel free to call the Archives ahead of time, and we will pull it for you. You can reach the Archives at 801-768-1570. Additionally, if you find our files incomplete, we would love for you to share with us what you have.
Looking for a picture of an early Lehi resident or even the funeral program for your grandmother? It is likely you will find it in our most popular collection, the Biographical Files. A file folder has been made for every person from which we obtain information. Many are filled with biographical information, photos, newspaper articles, family histories and so forth.
These files are categorized by historical topics, places and things, like Lehi Roller Mills, the old Lehi Hospital, the Lehi High School graduating class of 1917 and the sugar beet industry. The files contain everything from pictures, newspaper clippings and memories to old advertisements, photos and much more.
Check out the link to the Veteran’s page on the Home page to see the files and interviews we have on veterans from Lehi.
Our collection contains every Lehi High School yearbook since 1913 as well as reunion books, middle school yearbooks and PTA scrapbooks.
Check out even more of what we offer with the links below:
Lehi’s rich history is now available here for historical preservation. Find intriguing stories of settlers, founders, church leaders and strays who settled and built Lehi into what it is today.
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Most certainly one of the longest running family businesses in Utah, Broadbents is calling it quits after 135 years.
Former gas station once a refuge for young family