Newspaper clipping of an advertisement for the grand opening of Countryside Market, including the line "Formerly Island Market," located at 4th East and Center Street.
Newspaper clipping of an advertizement for the Island Market's reopening. The address listed is 400 E. Center Street. It mentions new ownership and that the Island Market is "here to stay." Items listed on the advertisement include items for sale and…
Possibly a photo of the Island Market building before the Salturn's renovations. Compare this photo with the SCAP0012PBx08-D2668-003 image of the Salturn's first renovation. The window levels were raised as seen on the window on the right. The former…
Newspaper page containing an advertizement for the Island Market's reopening. The address listed is 400 E. Center Street. It mentions new ownership and that the Island Market is "here to stay." Items listed on the advertisement include items for sale…
A newspaper page containing an advertisement for the grand opening of Countryside Market, including the line "Formerly Island Market," located at 4th East and Center Street.
Image of the Island Market building from Cache County tax assesment records. It shows a completed storefront with a an IGA logo built onto the Island Market sign. The canal of the Logan River running behind the building is not visible, it is…
Photograph of Floyd and Thelma Salturn, owners of the Island Market grocery store, and their son Sandy and the clerk, Hilda Sansom, inside the grocery store after their first remodel. The photograph was printed alongside the article "New Island…
Newspaper clipping giving information on the Island Market's re-opening and story. This was after the second remodel under the Salturn's ownership. The Island Market is located at 4th East and Center Street.
Photograph of Floyd and Thelma Salturn, owners of the Island Market grocery store. This photograph was printed alongside an article in the Herald Journal, titled "When People Still Keep Coming Back: Mr. and Mrs. Salturn in Business 20 Years." The…
A section in the Deseret News providing a summary of quotes from Senator Mike Mansfield, who spoke on the 40th aniverseary of the Independant Grocer's Alliance about the economic scale and impact of the Independent Grocers Alliance.
Image of the Island Market building from Cache County tax assesment records. It shows the exterior to the store and the bridge that runs over the canal, part of the Logan River, which runs behind the store. One man observes another man working with a…
Advertisement for Salturn's Island Market, located at 4th East and Center Street. Many foods and their prices are advertised stating "Look folks! Check these food values!" Later, this store is simply reffered to as the Island Market.
Advertisement for Cleve's Foodland, located at 58 West and Center Street.
Auto Parts Co. and Cleve's Foodland. Joseph D. Davidson and wife Georgia H. tax assessment photograph (D-0049), 54 West Center, Logan, Utah. Tax assessment card available.
Photograph in the newspaper of Cleve and Melva Hansen, owners of Cleve's Foodland, located at 400 East and Center Street. The photograph was printed alongside the article "West Center Area Has New Market - "Cleve's Foodland."
Newspaper clipping of "Business Changes" concerning Burgin Grocery, located at 400 East and Center Street, being leased to Earl Nielsen and Mrs. Nielsen. Ruth Burgin would be working on the Burgin Cafe on Main Street.
Newspaper clipping about Burgin Grocery moving location from 133 South Main to the corner of 4th East and Center Street.
Advertisement for Seventh Ward Grocery, located at 4th East and Center Street, Logan Utah. This is the location for the Island Market. The area of the Logan Island was known as the Seventh Ward, a geographic retion for a congregation for the Church…
A newspaper article on Archie Anderson’s move to a new location, and the advertisement of an opening for renters at his previous location, Fourth East and Center Street. This is the location for the present day Island Market.
This is an article written on the Island Market, included in "A sense of place : local spots and what they mean to people" published as a supplement to the Herald Journal, Logan, Utah, October 25, 2009.
Locally bundled wood available for sale in the Island Market. Lable on the wood shows it may have been contributed by Sid Waite from nearby Hyde Park, Utah.
Shelves at the Island Market highlighting some of the local products available there. Businesses represented include Superiors N Main, Cafe Valley, Beehive, Sweet P's, Dunford, Farr's, and Aggie Chocolate Factory.
Shelves of products from two local business (The Spirit Goat and The Shampoo Bar) for sale at the Island Market.
Shelves showcasing local products from Shooke Coffee Roasters and Z's Hot Sauce, available at the Island Market.