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Brick home damage in Richmond, Utah.

1962 Cache Valley, Utah earthquake; magnitude 5.7




Plaster was knocked from the ceiling onto the seats in the Benson Stake Tabernacle in Richmond, Utah.

1962 Cache Valley, Utah earthquake; magnitude 5.7




This photo of the Latter-Day Saints' Benson Stake Tabernacle in Richmond, Utah, was taken before the earthquake. Compare with the following photograph of the same building during demolition after being severely damaged by the earthquake.

1962 Cache Valley, Utah earthquake; magnitude 5.7




The fifty-eight year old Latter-Day Saints' Benson Stake Tabernacle in Richmond, Utah, was torn down after the earthquake due to severe structural damage.

1962 Cache Valley, Utah earthquake; magnitude 5.7




This historic home (once a school house) in Richmond, Utah, had recently been refurbished when the earthquake made it uninhabitable. The family moved out, and the home was eventually torn down.

1962 Cache Valley, Utah earthquake; magnitude 5.7


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