622 Second Avenue
Built c.1895 by Abram C. Butler, this house was a rental property until 1909 when it was purchased by Joseph B. and Anna B Riter who had lived here since 1899. Mr Riter worked for ZCMI for 45 years, ultimately becoming a buyer for the notions department. After Joseph died in 1942, Anna continued to live in the home. This Victorian style house incorporates ornamental features such as a large lunette window above the porch and a curved shingled fascia.
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