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Park City Historical Society and Museum

Park City Historical Society and Museum

The Park City Historical Society and Museum is located in the heart of Park City’s historic Main Street. Established in 1981, the mission is to preserve, protect, and promote Park City s heritage! Park City is well known for skiing and for hosting the annual Sundance Film Festival, so visitors are often surprised to learn about the town’s origins as a silver mining camp. Prospectors discovered silver here in 1868.

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  1. Please send me Sally Elliot’s e mail address. She called me regarding the history of my family Keith/Ferguson.
    Somehow her phone number was lost and her e mail address will not send.
    Thanks,
    Geneva Keith Ulm

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    • Geneva, please contact the organization directly with your inquiry: (435) 649-7457
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah

      Reply

  2. I need any records relating to Jesse Knight, his mining ventures in Park City, specifically the Creold Mine and the Uinta Treasure Hill Coalation company and a lawsuit over a joint venture with Silver Park Mining. If research is required I am willing to pay a reasonable fee to get information.
    Thanks N. Boyd Knight
    would love to visit when restrictions are lifted …I have maps of some of the

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    • Boyd, please contact the museum directly at: research@parkcityhistory.org
      Thanks, Now Playing Utah

      Reply

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