History of the Hinckley Academy, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Next to the old academy, to the south at 54 N. 200 W., is the old gym. It too has played several different roles over the years. It housed the Review Sportswear Inc. where sports clothes were sewn. Later it became a place where large slabs of rock were polished. It was placed on the Utah Historic Register in 1985.

There was a time when the building was almost demolished because of its dilapidated state. However, the current owner, Heinz Lehwalder, who purchased the building in 1997, is starting to breath new life into the building. His ambitious plans call for complete renovation of the structure and eventually turning it into an art emporium.

Contributers: Harold and Anna Lee Hepworth, Don Morris and notes from an article by Derin Phelps "Old Hinckley Aacademy Building ready for a new birth" March 19, 1998.

G. William Wiersdorf

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