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The Ben Meek Home

Built in 1899 by Anthon J. Nielsen.

At the time of World War II, the home at been turned into 4 apartments. It is a 2 1/2 story building, built of brick. The house is built on a granite foundation that are 3 bricks thick and go all the way to the attic. Built before electricity, it had gas lights. Wallpaper and painted walls and ceilings are original plaster.

Ben Meek was a sheep man and this was his “commodious home in Draper.”

Restored by Clinton L. & Carma Cutler in 1980-1981.

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