From the overall city view yesterday the focus falls on the oldest historic part of the Temple Square area.
The description on the back states:
TEMPLE SQUARE, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Within the walls of the world-famous Temple Square in the heart of Salt Lake City, stands the spired “Mormon’ Temple which required forty years of pioneer labor to build, and the domed Tabernacle, seating capacity 8,000 and housing the world-renowned Tabernacle organ. Temple Square is open to the public daily and free guided tours are provided.
This card has also been trimmed at the bottom to fit a scrapbook, but no information was lost. Another card in this series helps to date the photo to the mid-1960s.