February 2, 2023

These quick links will take you to interesting and valuable Lehi resources.

While our online library offers the best overview of our collections, the following resources might be particularly helpful, or enjoyable, in your search for Lehi history:

  • History of Lehi: Published in 1913, written by Hamilton Gardner and published by the Lehi Pioneer Committee. Includes biographical sketches of many of Lehi’s earliest residents well as a written history of the area.
  • Lehi Walking Tour: Lehi Eagle Scout Bryant Gunnell put together this 16-stop, 2.6 mile walking tour of some of Lehi’s most famous sites.
  • “100 Years of Beautiful Lehi Homes” Driving Tour: Discover 25 beautiful historic homes and schools as featured at Heritage Day 2022.
  • Lehi Veterans : Lehi veteran interviews as collected by Lehi native Judy Hansen Shelley. Click here to view the historical society’s complete veterans collection.
  • Lehi Mayors : A listing of all Lehi mayors as collected by Lehi historian John Haws.
  • Wayne E. Clark Collection: Discover the locations of the pioneers who lived within the Lehi City Fort between 1850-1860. With the help of Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, Consecration Deeds from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Family Search, Clark has placed many of Lehi’s earliest settlers.
  • Online Newspapers: All of Lehi’s earliest newspapers are available online for free. The Lehi Free Press is available thanks to a 2018 Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board grant received by the Lehi Historical Society and Archives and the generous funding of Lehi City.
  • Online Yearbooks: In 2020, digitized our Lehi High School and Lehi Junior High School yearbook collection. Anyone with an account can view the collection for free here.
  • Timeline of People and Places: Check out this timeline of Lehi people, places and events as presented by Lehi historian John Haws.
  • Stories of Lehi: Stories of Lehi as collected by Lehi historian John Haws.
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps: This collection contains large-scale, detailed maps of Lehi from 1890, 1898 and 1907  depicting the commercial, industrial and residential sections of Lehi.
  • Utah County Land Records: Search by address to discover land deeds. Online records go back to the 1980s. Records further back require a visit to the Utah County Land Records office in Provo.