Lyman, William and Julia, House (NRIS 00000355)

Address: 191 S. Main St., Parowan, Utah. County/parish: Iron.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places April 06, 2000.

From Wikipedia:

William and Julia Lyman House
The William and Julia Lyman House in Parowan, Utah was constructed in c. 1895. Constructed by William and Julia Lyman, the house is common for an eighteenth-century American building construction. It is one of the few remaining houses of its kind in Parowan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.The house was constructed by prominent members of the community, William and Julia Lyman. Both William and Julia played important roles in Parowan. William, a cattle rancher, served three terms as mayor of the city. He also served as the Iron County representative to the Utah State Legislature from 1925 to 1926. William sat on the board of directors for the Bank of Iron County, was a school trustee for three terms, and worked as a state land appraiser and state inspector of livestock. Julia, besides handling the domestic chores, served as Parowan Stake Relief Society President, one of the highest women's callings in the Mormon church. She was also elected to the school board and actively rallied for woman suffrage and Utah statehood. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Lyman, William Horne

Architectural styles:

  • Gothic
  • Other

National Park Service documentation: https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/00000355

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