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Theodore Farley Jr’s Farmstead
(352 West 400 South)

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Theodore Farley Jr’s Farmstead

This 1931 bungalow is constructed of very dark “purple” brick. The original portion of the house has a large pyramidal roof which extends over the front porch with large brick piers supporting the porch roof. Directly above the center of the porch is a gabled dormer. In 1905 Theodore Farley Jr. married Vilate Loveless who was a native of the Provo Bench. They worked together to build a little two room house on their new farm. In addition to farming Mr. Farley enjoyed participating in the Dramatic Club with his wife. The Farleys were gifted singers and enjoyed performing in the community and at church functions.

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