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The Willard T. and Caroline Y. Cannon House

Constructed in 1918, this Tudor Revival Style house was built for Willard Tellé and Caroline Y. Cannon, who had purchased the land from Loren Price Jr. in 1917. Character defining architectural features of the home includes its asymmetry, half-timbering, multi-gabled roof, and casement windows with leaded glass.

Willard, a son of George Q. Cannon, followed in his father’s footsteps in the business world. After attending the University of Utah and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he became president and general manager of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company.

The home had been converted to a 4-plex apartment in the late-1940s and was carefully restored in a major renovation in 2014.