Josiah L. Perkes House
This historic Victorian Italianate style home was constructed circa 1889 for Josiah L. Perkes, a Salt Lake City financier and developer. After 1906, the home was owned by John L. Nebeker, who worked for many years as the tithing clerk at the LDS Presiding Bishopric Office and also served as the Salt Lake County Recorder. For a period of time during the Great Depression, the property was converted into the Elizabeth Hotel, operated by Elizabeth Padden.
443 N 300 W in Salt Lake City, Utah.
These two photos are from the county records:
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