Lewis T. Cannon

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Price Municipal Building designed by Lewis T. Cannon and listed on the National Register of Historic Places[1]

Lewis Telle Cannon (April 22, 1872 – October 10, 1946) was an early 20th-century architect in Salt Lake City, Utah that designed several buildings throughout the intermountain west. Cannon was trained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and after returning to Utah began a firm with Ramm Hansen for a brief time in 1908 and then another firm with John Fetzer named Cannon & Fetzer in 1909. Cannon & Fetzer existed until 1937 and produced civic buildings, meetinghouses, and residences, many of which remain and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Lewis was born to LDS Church leader George Q. Cannon and Martha Telle Cannon on April 22, 1872. He was the half-brother to architect Georgious Y. Cannon. Lewis died October 10, 1946 in Salt Lake City.