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Neils B. Adler House

This one-and-one-half-story hall-parlor house of locally fired yellow brick was built in the mid-1870s. A rear addition was added in the 1890s. Adler, born in Sweden, was a convert to the LDS Church. He and his wife arrived in Salt Lake City in 1858. They later moved to Spring City where three of their children were born.

Located at 296 South Main Street in Spring City, Utah

From Sanpete.com:
This one and one half story yellow brick house was one of the first fired brick houses in Spring City. It is a hall-parlor plan with a rear lean-to addition. Neils Adler (1828-1921), an early Utah immigrant, joined the LDS church in 1853, was in Spring Town by 1867 and died at the age of 93 in Castle Dale, Utah.