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Henry Blood House

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Built  c.1896
Area  4,000 m²
Architect  William Allen
NRHP Reference #  80003897
Added to NRHP  29 April 1980
Henry Blood House
Location  95 S. 300 West, Kaysville, Utah
Address  95 S 300 W, Kaysville, UT 84037, USA
Architectural style  Queen Anne style architecture
Similar  Rocky Mountains, Glenwood Caverns Adventur, Lagoon, Heritage Square, Lakeside Amusement Park

The Henry Blood House in Kaysville, Utah was home of Henry H. Blood, who was governor of Utah during 1933-1940. The house was designed and built by self-trained architect William Allen. It was built in c.1896 with Queen Anne stylings and includes an octagonal tower, at about the time of Blood's marriage to Minnie A. Barnes, in June, 1896.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.


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