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Built in 1898 initially as a meeting house and schoolhouse for the Latter-day Saints church, the Torrey Log Church-Schoolhouse is a registered Historic Place in Torrey, Utah. It served its intended purpose until 1928.

The Torrey Log Church-Schoolhouse is a single story structure measuring 37 feet by 21 feet. It has a single room. Its exterior is very notable for its unusual detail, which is reminiscent of the Greek Revival style architecture.

The Daughters of Utah Pioneers used it as a meeting place until the 1970s. It was intended to be turned into an information station, but plans never pushed through. It was then moved out from its original location inside an LDS property to its current site in 1991, and has been fully restored by the group.
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City: Torrey
County: Wayne
Address: 49 E. Main St.
Zip: 84775
Category: Historical Landmark
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