194-198 Canyon Road, Salt Lake City.   (Just outside Memory Grove)

Tills house is a prairie style bungalow. It has deep eaves, horizontal brick banding, Chicago windows, a piered front porch and square bays. The roof is hipped. The house is a split level. The house is significant because it is typical of an architectural type.

This 1923 Prairie style bungalow is typical of the houses built in the early 1920s and contributes to the character of the district. Mrs. Rosa Middaugh, a widow of Samuel Middaugh, was the original owner of this home. When it was built, she had several of her children who were working in Salt Lake living with her.