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Arrington, Leonard J. and Thomas G. Alexander. “The U.S. Army Overlooks Salt Lake Valley, Fort Douglas 1862–1965.”  Utah Historical Quarterly 33 (Fall 1965): 326–350.

Browning, Eric, Matt Thomas, and Tania Tully. “Overview of the University of Utah’s Historic Buildings.” Historic Building Files, Facilities Planning, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, 1997.

“Detail Site & Building Use Plans.” The Fort Douglas Collection, Manuscripts, Marriott Library, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah, 1946.

Fort Douglas, Utah: A Century of Service. U.S. Army, 1962.

Garner, John S. World War II Temporary Military Buildings: A Brief History of the Architecture and Planning of Cantonments and Training Stations in the United States. (Tri-Services Cultural Resources Research Center: U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories.) Technical Report CRC-93/01. March 1993.

Hibbard, Charles G. Fort Douglas–Utah 1862–1991. Fort Collins, Colorado: Vestige Press, 1999.

History of Fort Douglas, 22 Oct 1862–30 Sept 1954. Salt Lake City, 1954.

Hoop, O. W. “Recollections of Fort Douglas at the Turn of the Century.”  Utah Historical Quarterly Vol. 21 (January 1953): 57–66.

Pedersen, Lyman Clarence, Jr. History of Fort Douglas, Utah. Dissertation. Department of History. Brigham Young University. May 1967.

Stock, Jody R., ed. Overlays of History: The Architecture of Fort Douglas, Utah 1862–1995. Western Regional Architecture Program, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1996.

Wessel, Richard. “Fort Douglas: Preserving Utah’s Bastion on the Wasatch Front.” Utah Preservation 3 (1999): 16–18.


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