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In contrast to the houses on the hill, this one-story, wood-frame building typifies the simple style of architecture used to house single male workers in the Lower Town. The clapboard-sided dwelling stands close to the road, its double-entry vestibule extending straight out from the center of the front. In the 1930s Kennecott
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