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The Henry J. Wheeler Farm is one of the few remaining late 19th century farmsteads in the Salt Lake Valley. Listed on the National Register of Historical Places since 1976, it is situated on 75 acres in Murray, Utah. The historic complex includes an adobe and brick home and several outbuildings, all constructed in 1898. There are, in addition to the home, a granary, ice house, chicken house, and work shed. A barn, also built in 1898, burned down in 1973. Together, this complex of buildings, along with the fences, trees, stream, ice ponds, roads, constitutes one of the few complete and operating historic farmsteads in the county. It is currently operated as the Wheeler Historic Farm by the Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation Department
Machine is located in the Activity Barn, just inside the west entrance. All have Wheeler Historic Farm on them. Designs are:
2) Triangular building logo,
4) Horse pulling hand held plow in oval,
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