Snow, John C. & Sarah E., House
(205 East 1200 South)
The John C. and Sarah E. Snow house was built in 1902 and is a one-story three bay frame hall-parlor type with an off-set internal brick chimney and a lean-to
addition to the rear. Its Vernacular Classical styling is evident in its rectangular shape with a centrally placed door and a smooth symmetrical facade as well as the raking cornice and corner boards. Classical styling was found in Utah houses from early pioneer times up until 1890. John C. Snow purchased 80 acres of land in 1885. He was a carpenter in Provo and most likely built the house.
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