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This one story home of rectangular plan has a gable roof. The front porch extends the full length of the main facade, with a roof supported by square posts with decorative mouldings with turned balusters between. Windows are two over two, double hung type. A frame extension of lean-to variety is located at the side.

Evidence of title, directories, and sanborn maps suggest this house was built
about 1873, by Edwin Rawlings.

Rawlings was born February 1, 1838 in England. He emigrated to Utah in 1862. He worked as a cabinet maker and carpenter for ZCMI and later for the Co-Op Furniture Co. An accomplished musician, he was a charter member of the martial band organized by Dimick Huntington and associated with the Nauvoo Legion. His wife Annie and three children survived upon his death September 7, 1914.

Located at 322 Almond Street in the Capitol Hill Historic District in Salt Lake City, Utah