When authors Don C. Woodward and Joel Campbell first wrote Common Ground: 100 Years of the Salt Lake Chamber, many digitized resources were not available. With the help of then-Chamber employee Michael De Groote, Woodward and Campbell searched static archives at the Utah State Historical Society, Brigham Young University L. Tom Perry Special Collections, LDS Church History Library and University of Utah Marriott Library Special Collections. What they found shed new light on the Chamber’s beginning as the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce in the late 1800s, then later as the Salt Lake Commercial Club, and then a return to, simply, the Salt Lake Chamber. New digitization efforts, such as those by Utah Digital Newspapers, Newspapers.com, Ancestry.com and Internet Archive, have opened up even more resources. Here is a sampling of some Salt Lake Chamber early history that had not been uncovered when the first volume was printed.