420 Second Avenue
This house was built in 1900 for Susan Riter and Charles H. Wells for $2,799. Susan was a member of the Daughters of American revolution, Colonial Dames, and the Spanish American War Veterans Auxiliary. Charles, son of Daniel H. Wells, first mayor of Salt Lake City, was the recieving teller at the State Bank of Utah, later working for the city engineer’s office and P.J. Moran contracting. He lived here until his death in 1945. Lynn A. McKinlay, produced for KSL, lived here until 1953.
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