“History Speaks” Lecture: Utah’s 19th Century Architecture Types

Cory Jensen, Preservation Program Specialist and Architectural Historian at the Utah State Historic Preservation Office, will present “Utah’s 19th Century Architecture Types” at the Park City Museum (528 Main Street) on June 24 from 5:30-7:00. This presentation will discuss the defining characteristics of the vernacular house types of early Utah and how they were influenced by sources from a variety of regions and cultures.

The lecture is free and open to the public.

*Cory Jensen is a Preservation Program Specialist and Architectural Historian at the Utah State Historic Preservation Office.  Along with coordinating the National Register of Historic Places program for the state, he manages the architectural survey program and historic sites database. Cory received his MS degree in Historic Preservation at the University of Utah where he is an adjunct assistant professor, teaching courses in historic building documentation, and vernacular architecture of Utah.

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