William N. Fife
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William Nicol Fife (October 16, 1831 in Perthshire, Scotland – October 21, 1915) was an architect in early Utah. His works included the original Ogden Pioneer Tabernacle, Ogden Central School, and the Weber Courthouse, none of which are standing today. He was the father of William W. Fife, another Utah architect.
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