260 N. Canyon Road, Salt Lake City. (Just outside Memory Grove)
This 1919 Prairie style bungalow is typical of the houses built in Salt Lake
during the period and contributes to the Historic District. The owner, Vern L. Halliday, was employed by Utah Power and Light Company.
Halliday was born February 13, 1889 in Pleasant Grove. He was a son of Joseph and Louisa Halliday. He attended the University of Utah. In 1913, he married Marqureite Snow, a daughter of Franklin Richards Snow.
Halliday worked as a timekeeper and recorder clerk 1909-1911. He also worked as chief clerk of the service department in Salt Lake and Logan, traveling auditor, general auditor and assistant treasurer.
One story Prairie style bungalow with hipped roof