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John F. Bohlin House, 1884 138 North 100 West

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This stuccoed adobe house was built c. 1859 as a single room. John F. Bohlin (originally spelled Bohleen), a stonemason for many buildings in Spring City, and his wife, lived here, however it is not known if he built the house. Bohlin owned the lot until 1874, then it was owned by Peter Olsen, and then Jonas Peterson in 1904. A cabin belonging to the Justesen family was moved to this lot for additional living space. It is believed the Bohlin family lived in another location and moved back to this home where his wife died and later his daughter.

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  1. Allen Roberts
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    John F. Bohlin was a leading stone mason in town and this house doesn’t represent the high quality of his masonry work. So, where is his second, c. 1875 house, probably a fine stone dwelling.

    Allen Roberts

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