National Register of Historic Places in Salt Lake County
Albert Kelly's Italianate house was built around 1884 on property adjacent to his father's Greek Revival home. At that time Albert was president of Kelly Company, a printing and bookbinding company which he and his brother, George, had founded in 1873. They had learned the trade as young men working for their father.
The Albert Kelly House is the best extant example in Utah of the vernacular form of the Italianate style which appeared in increasing numbers from the 1870s to the 1890s.
Source: NRHP nomination submitted in 1983