The Park Record
A town-wide fire in Park City on June 19, 1898 destroyed the offices from the Park Record, together with its assortment of past issues. Based on Alter, Early Utah Journalism, the destroyed issues were mostly changed from the private assortment of a mining company official in Park City. The first problem within the digital collection is dated June 5, 1880."The Record is under deep obligations towards the Salt Lake Herald for that appearance now as always in our paper. Our very own plant being completely annihilated, the type offer of Manager McDaniel from the Herald to print the paper at his establishment was happily recognized. ... Park City is stuffed with brave males and brave women, males and ladies who, by character, occupation and surroundings are eminently suited to fight life's battles and take full advantage of the gifts that God has endowed them. They're a rugged, free-born and self-reliant type of people, who breathe pure air, eat wholesome food and also have no understanding from the small conceptions of existence."