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Aitkin County
Aitkin Carnegie Library
121 2nd St. N.W., Aitkin
Classical Revival brick community library built in 1911.
Photo of Aitkin Carnegie Library
Aitkin County Courthouse and Jail
209, 217 2nd St. N.W., Aitkin
Beaux Arts-style, brick-and-stone, second-generation courthouse constructed in 1929, with adjacent 1915 jail.
Photo of Aitkin County Courthouse and Jail
Andy Gibson Wreck Site
, Aitkin Twp.
Arthyde Stone House
Co. Rd. 27, Unorganized Territory
Fieldstone structure representing speculative attempts to settle northern Minnesota's logged-over land after World War I.
Photo of Arthyde House, Aitkin County
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
off Co. Hwy. 12, Nordland Twp.
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran frame church built in 1897 to serve county's large Swedish immigrant population.
Photo of Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Casey, Patrick, House
4th St S.E. and 2nd Ave. S.E., Aitkin
Queen Anne/Classical Revivalframe residence built in 1901 by one of Aitkin's leading merchants.
Photo of Patrick Casey House
Malmo Mounds and Village Site
, Malmo Twp.
Groups of mounds dating from Precontact period (ca. 200 B.C.-A.D. 400).
National Woodenware Company Superintendent's Residence
252 Ione Ave. N.E., Hill City
Residence (1910) of chief administrator for city's principal industry, a mill complex that manufactured barrels and tubs for Armour & Co.
Photo of National Woodenware Company Superintendent's Residence
Northern Pacific Depot
20 Pacific St. S.W., Aitkin
Brick passenger depot built in 1916, symbolizing importance of railroad in Aitkin's growth and development.
Photo of Northern Pacific Depot
Potter-Casey Company Building
Minnesota Ave., Aitkin
One of Aitkin's largest commercial buildings, constructed in 1902 to house county's leading mercantile business.
Photo of Potter-Casey Company Building
Savanna Portage
off County Highway 5 in Savanna Portage State Park, Balsam Twp.
Transportation route between Upper Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes used by Indians, fur traders, missionaries, and travelers.
Anoka County
Anoka Post Office
300 E. Main St., Anoka
Georgian Revival brick post office built in 1916.
Photo of Anoka Post Office
Anoka-Champlin Mississippi River Bridge
U.S. Hwy. 52 over Mississippi River, Anoka
Continuous-arch, steel-reinforced concrete bridge designed by C. M. Babcock and built in 1929 by Minneapolis Bridge Company.
Photo of Anoka-Champlin Mississippi River Bridge
Banfill Tavern
6666 E. River Rd., Fridley
One of Minnesota's early wayside inns, built in 1847 near major transportation routes and operated by John Banfill.
Photo of Banfill Tavern
Carlos Avery Game Farm
off Co. Hwys. 17 and 18, Columbus Twp.
Picturesque Colonial Revival frame buildings (1936–41) constituting one of first large-scale efforts at wildlife management in Minnesota.
Photo of Incubation Building at Carlos Avery Game Farm
Colonial Hall and Masonic Lodge No. 30
1900 3rd Ave. S., Anoka
Georgian Revival frame house and medical office built in 1904 for Drs. Alanson and Flora Aldrich; brick Masonic hall added in 1922.
Photo of Colonial Hall and Masonic Lodge No. 30
Crescent Grange Hall No. 512
Typo Lake Rd., Linwood Twp.
Meeting hall (1881-82) affiliated with Minnesota State Grange, established to benefit farmers and promote education in agriculture.
Photo of Crescent Grange Hall No. 512
District No. 28 School
14100 St. Francis Blvd. N.W., Ramsey
One-room brick schoolhouse erected in 1892 to serve county's growing rural population.
Photo of District No. 28 School
Jackson Hotel
214 Jackson St., Anoka
Anoka's leading hotel when built in 1884, serving clientele of businessmen, entertainers, and tourists.
Photo of Jackson Hotel
Kelsey, Porter, House
14853 7th Ave. N., Andover
Italianate brick residence built in 1887 by owner of Kelsey Brick Company.
Photo of Porter Kelsey House
Kline Sanitorium
1500 S. Ferry Pkwy., Anoka
Anoka's first hospital, built in 1902 and operated by local physician Dr. James Franklin Kline.
Photo of Kline Sanitarium
Leathers, Henry G., House
22957 Rum River Blvd., St. Francis
Victorian frame residence built in 1883 for prominent druggist and local postmaster.
Photo of Henry G. Leathers House
Richardson Barn
22814 Sunrise Rd. N.E., Linwood Twp.
Log barn with rubblestone foundation erected ca. 1870, used principally for storing hay.
Photo of Richardson Barn
Riverside Hotel
3631 Bridge St., St. Francis
Frame residence built ca. 1860 for Woodbury family of millers, expanded into hotel to house seasonal sawmill workers.
Photo of Riverside Hotel
Shaw-Hammons House
302 Fremont St., Anoka
Greek Revival house (1854) occupied by succession of Anoka land speculators, lumbermen, business leaders, and politicians.
Photo of Shaw-Hammons House
Sparre Barn
20071 Nowthen Blvd., Burns Twp.
Round dairy barn designed by architect Ernest Marsh and constructed in 1924.
Photo of Sparre Barn
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church
2200 Swedish Dr. N.E., Ham Lake
Frame church with bell tower built in 1872 by Ham Lake's Swedish settlers, with furnishings made by local Swedish craftsmen.
Photo of Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church
Ticknor, Heman L., House
1625 3rd Ave. S., Anoka
Residence built in 1867 for early Anoka business leader, landowner, and county commissioner.
Photo of Heman L. Ticknor House
Windego Park Auditorium/Open Air Theatre
between S. Ferry St. and Rum River, Anoka
Semicircular open-air theater built in 1914 for community plays and pageants.
Photo of Windego Park Auditorium/Open Air Theatre
Woodbury House
1632 S. Ferry Blvd., Anoka
Federal/Greek Revival-style home built in 1850s by Dr. Samuel Shaw, later occupied by Woodbury family of business and civic leaders.
Photo of Woodbury House
Becker County
Bandshell
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Bathhouse
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Detroit Lakes Carnegie Library
1000 Washington Ave., Detroit Lakes
Prairie School library built in 1911, based on design by Wisconsin architects Claude and Stark.
Photo of Detroit Lakes Library, Becker County
Detroit Lakes City Park
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Thirty-nine acre park established in 1897 and improved in 1935-37 by WPA; vital part of community recreational and social life and summer tourism industry.
Photo of Detroit Lakes City Park
Edgewater Beach Cottages
321 Park Lake Blvd., Detroit Lakes
Tourist resort built in 1937-39 featuring rare stovewood construction.
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Graystone Hotel
119 Pioneer St., Detroit Lakes
Hybrid of city hotel and rural resort, built in 1916-17 to stimulate region's tourism industry.
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Holmes Block
710-718 Washington Ave., Detroit Lakes
Brick commercial building built in 1892 by entrepreneur Elon Galusha Holmes as town's business, cultural, and mercantile center.
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Itasca State Park
Co. Hwy. 113 (Itasca State Park), Savanna Twp.
Minnesota's oldest state park (est. 1891), site of Mississippi headwaters, with rustic-style log and stone buildings/structures built 1905-42.
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Northern Pacific Passenger Depot
off U.S. Hwy. 10, Detroit Lakes
Brick depot built in 1908 to serve region's growing tourism industry.
Photo of Northern Pacific Passenger Depot
Park Department Maintenance Building
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Parking Area
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Pavilion
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Picnic Fireplace Cluster
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Picnic Fireplace Cluster
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Picnic Shelter
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Picnic Shelter
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Picnic Shelters
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Playground
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Recreation Building
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Recreation Fields and Couorts
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Saint Benedict's Mission School (removed)
Co. Hwy. 133, White Earth Twp.
Sargent, Homer E. and Rebecca, House
1036 Lake Ave., Detroit Lakes
Queen Anne summer house built in 1885 by a Chicago railroad executive and his wife.
Photo of Homer E. and Rebecca Sargent House
Stone Gatepost Set
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Swimming Beach
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Tennis Courts
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Washington Ballpark
Washington Avenue and North Shore Drive, Detroit Lakes
Located in Detroit Lakes City Park
Beltrami County
Beach House
off Co. Hwy. 20, Northern Twp.
Located in Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Beltrami County Courthouse
619 Beltrami Ave. N.W., Bemidji
Beaux Arts-inspired, brick-and-stone courthouse with domed tower, designed by Kinney and Detweiler and built in 1902.
Photo of Beltrami County Courthouse
Bemidji Carnegie Library
426 Bemidji Ave., Bemidji
Classical Revival brick library with limestone trim, designed by Fargo architect W. D. Gillespie and built in 1909.
Bemidji Carnegie Library
Buena Vista Archaeological Historic District
, Turtle Lake Twp.
Site of late 19th-century logging town, remains of William Maher Sawmill, and standing 1898 schoolhouse.
District No. 132 School
Co. Rd. 500, Roosevelt Twp.
Classical Revival frame school designed by local contractors and built ca. 1915.
Photo of District No. 132 School
Great Northern Depot
off Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
Classical Revival, brick-and-stone depot built in 1913 for passenger and freight service to booming logging town.
Photo of Great Northern Depot
Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
off Co. Hwy. 20 (Lake Bemidji State Park), Northern Twp.
Log recreational facilities constructed 1937-39 by NYA workers.
Photo of Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Minnesota and International Railway Trestle at Blackduck
.25 mi. N. of Jct. CSAH 39, Blackduck
Nymore Bridge
1st St. over Mississippi River, Bemidji
Large barrel-vault, reinforced concrete bridge built in 1917 using patented reinforcing system.
Photo of Nymore Bridge
Park, David and Wanda, House
1501 Birchmont Dr., Bemidji
Moderne-style residence designed by Edward K. Mahlum and built in 1936.
Photo of David and Wanda Park House
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox
3rd St. and Bemidji Ave., Bemidji
Colossal roadside statues of mythical giant lumberjack and companion, erected in 1937-38 to stimulate tourism.
Photo of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox
Rabideau CCC Camp
off Co. Hwy. 39 (Chippewa National Forest), Taylor Twp.
One of two surviving CCC camps in Minnesota, constructed 1935-41.
Photo of Rabideau CCC Camp
Sanitation Building
off Co. Hwy. 20, Northern Twp.
Located in Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Saum Schools
Co. Hwy. 23, Woodrow Twp.
One-room log school (1903) and two-story frame schoolhouse (1912) built as one of Minnesota's first consolidated schools.
Photo of Saum Schools Log School
Shelter Building
off Co. Hwy. 20, Northern Twp.
Located in Lake Bemidji State Park CCC/NYA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Benton County
Church of SS Peter and Paul (Catholic)
State St., Gilman
Beaux Arts brick church built on basilica plan in 1930 for Polish Catholic parish.
Church of SS Peter and Paul (Catholic)
Cota Round Barns
Co. Hwy. 48, St. George Twp.
Reinforced concrete barns built 1920-23 by local veterinarian-turned-contractor Al Cota.
Photo of Cota Round Barns
Esselman Brothers General Store
Co. Hwys. 1 and 13, Mayhew Lake Twp.
Multipurpose store built in 1897 that served as center of crossroads community.
Photo of Esselman Brothers General Store
Posch Site
, Langola Twp.
Habitation site on sandy ridge overlooking Platte River valley, yielding stone tools from Precontact period (5000-1000 B.C.).
Robinson, Leonard, House
202 2nd Ave. S., Sauk Rapids
House of locally quarried granite built in 1873 by leading pioneer of area's granite quarrying industry.
Photo of Leonard Robinson House
Ronneby Charcoal Kiln (removed)
off 78th St., Ronneby
Rare Minnesota example of early 20th-century industrial kiln, used to manufacture coal from hardwood slabs.
Big Stone County
Bernie's Shoes and Georgia's
123 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Big Stone County Courthouse
20 S.E. 2nd St., Ortonville
Monumental 1902 Victorian brick courthouse with ornate central rotunda, designed by Fremont D. Orff.
Photo of Big Stone County Courthouse
Brown Building
213 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Brown's Jewelry Store
116-122 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
C. J. Stark Building
142 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific Depot
Main and Center Sts., Clinton
Small, standardized frame combination depot for passenger and freight traffic, built ca. 1885.
Photo of Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific Depot
Citizens National Bank
124 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Clarke Building
133 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Columbian Hotel
305 N.W. 2nd St., Ortonville
Large Victorian brick hotel built in 1892 as focal point of downtown Ortonville.
Photo of Columbian Hotel
Culver Drug Company
112 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
District No. 13 School
Co. Rd. 25, Artichoke Twp.
Octagonal school building constructed in 1898 by Ortonville contractor John Carlson and Company.
Photo of District No. 13 School
First National Bank of Ortonville
128 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Graceville Historical Marker
MN 28, Graceville
Rustic-style wayside rest designed by landscape architect Arthur R. Nichols and built in 1940-41 for state highway department by WPA workers.
Photo of Graceville Historical Marker
Grosenick's Men's Wear
117 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Masonic Building
102-108 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
N. Schoen & Son, Wholesale and Retail Furniture
47 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Nielson Drug
146 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Odessa Jail
Main and 2nd Sts., Odessa
Small, freestanding brick jail (1913) of type constructed in rural communities at turn of 20th century.
Photo of Odessa Jail
Orton Block
137-149 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Ortonville Commercial Historic District
vicinity of 2nd St. and Madison and Monroe Aves., Ortonville
Central business district with uniform collection of small Victorian brick commercial buildings trimmed in locally quarried purple granite.
Photo of Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Ortonville Commercial Historic District
37 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Ortonville Free Library
412 N.W. 2nd St., Ortonville
Carnegie-funded, Mission Revival-style library designed in 1915 by F. W. Ellerbe.
Photo of Ortonville Free Library
Ortonville Mercantile Store
105 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Ortonville State Bank
33 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Pioneer Meat Market
115 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Schmidt Building
121 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Shannon Hotel (removed)
Studdart Ave. and 2nd St., Graceville
Shumaker Building
205 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
St. Paul Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church
33022 U.S. Highway 75, Almond Twp.
Photo of St. Paul Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Wihlborg Store
132-136 2nd St. NW, Ortonville
Located in Ortonville Commercial Historic District
Blue Earth County
A.C. Malchow Grocery
413 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
A.M. Klages Grocery
321 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Anderson House
108 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Andrews House
645 4th St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
apartment building
107 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Armstrong House
633 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Babcock House
125 Lewis St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Baker House
104 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Barney House
126 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Barnum House
409 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Barnum/Butler House
137 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Barr House
116 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Barr/Morse House
216 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Batzner House
209 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Beaulieu House
211 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Benedict Bangerter Boots and Shoes
405 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Bernard Koehler Boots and Shoes
313 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Blue Earth County Courthouse
204 S. 5th St., Mankato
Prominently sited courthouse of Mankato stone, designed by Healy and Allen in French and Italian Renaissance styles, built 1886-89.
Boardman/Hauge House
415 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Brandenberg House
217 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Brandrup House
704 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Brandrup, J. R., House
704 Byron, Mankato
Classical Revival frame residence built in 1904 for founder of Mankato Commercial College for vocational training.
Photo of J.R. Brandrup House
Brett House
227 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Brewster House
719 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Bridge
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Bridge
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Brown's Bank Building
302-04 Main St., Mapleton
Located in Main Street Commercial Buildings
Buchholz/Evans House
512 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Cameron House
614 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Chapman, Charles, House
418 McCauley, South Bend Twp.
Residence of Mankato stone built in 1858 for city engineer and town-lot surveyor.
Photo of Charles Chapman House
Collins House
118 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
commercial building
319 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Conway House
128 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Cowden House
727 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Cray, Lorin, House
603 S. 2nd, Mankato
Queen Anne brick residence designed in late 1890s by Frank Thayer for civic leader, judge, and philanthropist.
Photo of Lorin Cray House
Creedon House
116 Lewis St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Cullen House
127 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Curran House
103 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Currier House
507 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Currier/Butler House
704 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Custodian Cabin
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Davis House
112 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Davis House
220 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Dodd Ford Bridge
Couny Road 147 ove Blue Earth River, Shelby Twp.
Photo of Dodd Ford Bridge
Drinking Fountain
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
duplex/double house
215 Pleasant St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Durkee/Veigel House
139 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Eberhart House
228 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Eberhart House
730 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Eberhart, Adolph O., House
228 Pleasant St., Mankato
Georgian Revival frame home of Minnesota's 17th governor, built ca. 1903.
Photo of Adolph O. Eberhart House
Eckman House
121 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Evans/Williams House
419 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Farnsworth House
225 Pleasant St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Fazendin House
526 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Federal Courthouse and Post Office
401 S. 2nd St., Mankato
Massive Richardsonian Romanesque government building of Mankato stone, built 1896.
Photo of Federal Courthouse and Post Office
First Baptist Church
U.S. Hwy. 169, Garden City Twp.
Solid-concrete-block building constructed in 1868 in pre-railroad settlement.
Photo of First Baptist Church
First Congregational Church
729 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
First National Bank of Mankato
229 S. Front St., Mankato
Prairie School brick building with stone and terra cotta trim and stained glass windows, designed by Ellerbe and Round and built in 1913.
Photo of First National Bank of Mankato
First Presbyterian Church
S. Broad and Hickory Sts., Mankato
Richardsonian Romanesque church of Mankato stone designed by Warren H. Hayes and built in 1896.
Photo of First Presbyterian Church
Flessner House
513 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Footh House
615 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Force House
103 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Frederick Kron Dry Goods and Groceries
311 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
French House
212 Lock St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Funk/Pay House
215 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Gail, James P., Farmhouse
off U.S. Hwy. 169, Garden City Twp.
Octagonal house built in late 1850s by owner using brick manufactured onsite; rare rural Minnesota example of 19th-century building fad.
Photo of James P. Gail Farmhouse
Garage/Office/Tool Room
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Gendler House
324 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Gerlach House
503 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Girvin House
220 Lock St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Glenn House
604 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Grant House
222 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Grundmeyer House
506 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Harmer House
603 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Harris House
518 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hart House
214 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hart House
203 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hawes House
527 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hawkes/Pfau House
222 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Haynes House
624 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Held House
107 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Henry Fricke Boots and Shoes (earlier location)
309 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Henry Fricke Boots and Shoes (later location)
307 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Holman House
137 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
134 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
133 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
116 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
115 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
104 Lewis St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
317 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
315 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
311 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
315 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
116 Lewis St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
117 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
201 Lewis St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
130 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
319 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
220 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
216 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
121 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
120 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
117 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
112 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
214 Lock St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
133 Grace Court, Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
128 Grace Court, Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
219 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
309 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
114 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
111 Shaubut St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
527 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
829 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
525 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
525 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
521 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
321 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
120 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
215 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
521 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
423 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
328 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
411 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
517 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
325 Ramsey St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
120 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
719 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
127 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
123 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
118 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
117 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
113 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
237 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
234 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
107 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
209 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
621 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
211 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
121 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
709 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
606 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
625 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
112 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
542 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
804 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
305 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
127 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
131 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
125 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
119 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
119 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
110 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
129 Lewis St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
427 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
133 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
301 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
429 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house
124 Bradley St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
house (razed)
625 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Howe House
233 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hubbard, Rensselaer D., House
606 S. Broad St., Mankato
French Second Empire residence of brick with Mankato stone trim, built in 1871 for owner of Hubbard Milling Company.
Photo of Rensselaer D. Hubbard House,
Hughes House
513 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hunt House
102 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Hunt House
811 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
IOOF Building
310 Main St., Mapleton
Located in Main Street Commercial Buildings
Irving, William, House
320 Park Lane, Mankato
French Second Empire brick residence built in 1873.
Photo of William Irving House
Jacob Sontag Saloon
403 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Jefferson, Adam, House (removed)
west end of Cleveland St., Mankato
Johnston, Masonic Hall, and Crane Buildings
308 Main St., Mapleton
Located in Main Street Commercial Buildings
Jones-Roberts Farmstead
Mn. Hwy. 68, Judson Twp.
Early farmstead with farmhouse, barn, outbuildings, and grove (1860-1900) that served as focus of Blue Earth County's Welsh community.
Photo of Jones-Roberts Farmstead
Joseph Kron, Druggist
407 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Julius A. Heilscher, Physician
325 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Just House
509 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Kato Express Cab
703 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Keith House
117 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Kelly House
517 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Kennedy Bridge
Twp. Rd. 167 over Le Sueur River, Mankato Twp.
One of Minnesota's few surviving wrought-iron through truss bridges, erected in 1883 as part of first countywide bridge-building program.
Photo of Kennedy Bridge
Kern Bridge
Twp. Rd. 190 over Le Sueur River, Mankato Twp., South Bend Twp.
Rare Minnesota example of bowstring-arch through truss, constructed 1873.
Photo of Kern Bridge
Kitchen and Concession
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Kruse Terrace
116 Parsons St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Kusche House
115 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Larkins House
116 Shaubut St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Larson House
209 Pleasant St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Latrine
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Laurisch House
112 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Lincoln Park
210 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
vicinity of Byron, 2nd and 3rd Sts. between Shaubut St. W. and Liberty St. E., Mankato
Collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century residences built for Mankato's merchant and professional classes.
Photo of Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Lincoln School
412 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Linder House
320 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Little House
113 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Main Street Commercial Buildings
N. side Main St. between 2nd and 3rd Sts., Mapleton
Uniform group of two-story brick commercial buildings constructed in 1890s by local contractor J. B. Nelsen and Company.
Main Street Commercial Buildings
Malchow and Krost, Photographers
415 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Mankato Holstein Farm Barn
Co. Hwy. 5, Lime Twp.
Clay-tile barn with rainbow-arch roof, built in 1917 for renowned dairy cattle-breeding operation.
Mankato Holstein Farm Barn
Mankato Public Library and Reading Room
120 S. Broad St., Mankato
Renaissance Revival, Carnegie-funded library of brick and Mankato stone, designed by New York firm of Jardine, Kent & Jardine and built in 1902-03.
Photo of Mankato Public Library and Reading Room
Mankato Union Depot
112 Pike St., Mankato
County's sole surviving depot, constructed at city's center jointly by two competing rail lines.
Photo of Mankato Union Depot
Mansfield House
227 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Mapleton Public Library
104 1st Ave. NE, Mapleton
Photo of Mapleton Public Library
Marsh Concrete Rainbow Arch Bridge
Co. Rd. 101 over Little Cottonwood River, Cambria Twp.
Early one-lane example of bridge type patented in 1911 by Marsh Engineering Company of Des Moines.
Photo of Marsh Concrete Rainbow Arch Bridge
Mathias Sontag Hotel
401 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
McCollum House
121 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
McGovern House
236 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
McGraw House
233 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
McLaughlin Building
306 Main St., Mapleton
Located in Main Street Commercial Buildings
McLaughlin House
115 Lewis St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
McMurtrie House
117 Grove St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Meagher House
639 4th St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Meyer House
524 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Miller and Company Meat Market
327 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Miller House
131 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Miller House
131 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
off U.S. 169, W. of Mankato, South Bend Twp.
Buildings and structures, many of native limestone, developed in 1940 by WPA workers in park type intended to serve nearby small communities.
Photo of Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Mountain House
721 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Noble House
228 Lock St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Noe House
120 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
North Front Street Commercial Historic District
301-415 N. Riverfront Dr. (odd numbers only), Mankato
Grouping of late 19th- and early 20th-century, brick-and-stone commercial buildings on northern edge of central business district.
Photo of Front Street Commercial Historic District
O'Malee Place
211 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Old Main, Mankato State Teachers College
5th St. S. at Jackson St., Mankato
College's administrative, academic, and social center (1908), a Jacobean Revival, brick-and-limestone building by State Architect Clarence H. Johnston, Sr.
Photo of Old Main, Mankato State Teachers College
Otto/Messer House
212 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Pagenkopf Building
312-314 Main St., Mapleton
Located in Main Street Commercial Buildings
Park
240 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Patterson House
212 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Pay House
232 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Peart House
816 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Pederson House
309 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Perrin House
618 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Pettersen House
216 Lock St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Picnic Shelter
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Picnic Shelter
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Pump House
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Radichel House
619 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Rausch House
520 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Ray House
217 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Richards House
715 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Roberts House
716 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Roll House
103 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Rose House
810 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Saint John the Baptist School
703 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Sandell House
125 Shaubut St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Scherer House
115 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Schmidt House
522 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Schmidt, Oscar, House (removed)
111 Park Ln., Mankato
Schneidel House
312 Liberty St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Scholl House
633 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Schorn Brothers Meat Market
409 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Schoyen House
313 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Schultz House
117 Shaubut St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Seidle Drug Company
411 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Seppman Mill
Mn. Hwy. 68 (Minneopa State Park), South Bend Twp.
Wind-powered mill built of local stone in 1863 to grind flour and feed.
Photo of Seppman Mill
Shellenberger House
234 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Smith House
823 2nd. St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Smith House
238 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Stahl
301 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Stein House
722 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Stell House
221 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Steps and Retaining Wall
off U.S. Hwy. 169, South Bend Twp.
Located in Minneopa State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Sterling Congregational Church
Co. Rd. 151, Sterling Twp.
Frame church built in 1867 by members of the largely Scottish-descent Minnesota Settlement Association.
Photo of Sterling Congregational Church
Summers House
111 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Swan House
534 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Taylor House
221 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
The Newbery
817 2nd St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Thomas House
538 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Thomas House
119 Lewis St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Thomas House
127 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Thomas House
712 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Troendle, Lucas, House
2nd and Silver Sts., Mapleton
Queen Anne brick-and-stone residence designed in 1896 by Pass and Schippel of Mankato for railroad townsite developer.
Photo of Lucas Troendle House
Veifel House
135 Fulton St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Walker House
312 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Warwick House
122 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wenzl Huettl Tailor Shop
329 North Front, Mankato
Located in North Front Street Commercial District
Wiecking House
506 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wigley House
512 Record St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wilcox House
229 Center St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wilkinson/Palmer House
709 Broad St. S., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Williams House
105 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wilson House
303 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Winegen House
229 Pleasant St. W., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Winnebago Agency House (removed)
Co. Hwy. 173, McPherson Twp.
Wiser House
124 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wood House
528 Byron St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Wysong House
205 Lincoln St., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Young/Fritz House
121 Pleasant St. E., Mankato
Located in Lincoln Park Residential Historic District
Zieglers Ford Bridge
Twp. Rd. 96 over Big Cobb River, Decoria Twp.
Single-span steel through truss built in 1904 by Mayer Bros. of Mankato.
Photo of Zieglers Ford Bridge
Brown County
A.W. Bingham House
304 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Adolph Seiter House
212 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Amann's Saloon
15 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
American Theatre
9 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Arbeiter Hall
26 North Broadway, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Arbes Furniture
214 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
August Gieske House
200 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
Backer Harness Shop
119 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Baltrusch Building
115 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Barracks
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Behnke-Silverson House
224 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
Ben Franklin Store
126 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Bendixon-Schmidt House
123 N. Marshall, Springfield
Queen Anne frame residence built 1894, owned successively by town's early business leaders.
Photo of Bendixon-Schmidt House
Bjorneberg Garage
Broadway, Hanska
Brick automobile service garage with cast-concrete bas-relief panels, built ca. 1919.
Photo of Bjorneberg Garage
Boesch Block
10-12 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Boesch-Hummel-Maltzahn Block
6-12 Minnesota St. N., New Ulm
Brick commercial building constructed in 1890 in central business district, featuring elaborately detailed front facade.
Photo of Boesch-Hummel-Maltzahn Block
Brown County Bank
2 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Buenger Furniture Company
203 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
C. Berg's Hotel
145 W. Main St., Sleepy Eye
Charles Gebser Store
20 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Charles Weschcke House
312 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Check Dam
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Chicago House
20 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Chicago North Western Depot
Oak St. N.W., Sleepy Eye
Tudor Revival brick passenger depot designed Chicago architects Frost and Granger and built in 1902.
Photo of Chicago North Western Depot, Sleepy Eye
Chicago North Western Depot
Valley St. S., New Ulm
Second-generation stone depot, built ca. 1895 for passenger and freight traffic.
Photo of Chicago North Western Depot, New Ulm
Chicago North Western Section House (removed)
Railroad and Brown Sts., Comfrey
Citizens Bank of New Ulm
105 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
City Meat Market
1-5 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Cobden Jail (removed)
2nd St., Cobden
Combination Building
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Contact Station
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Crone Brothers Clothing
110 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Dam
off Mn. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Dengler Store
216 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Doehne Block
201 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Drinking Fountain
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Engelbert Hardware Store
16 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Entrance Portals
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Epple Meat Market
217 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Erd Building
108 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Eugene Koehler House
204 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
F. C. Schnobrich Meat Market
8 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
F. H. Retzlaff & Sons
518 Center, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Farmers & Merchants Bank
200 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Fesenmaier Service Station
18 North Broadway, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Fesenmaier, Bernard, House
426 State St. N., New Ulm
L-shaped, gable-roofed house with polychrome brick detailing built in late 1880s.
Photo of Bernard Fesenmaier House
Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
off Co. Hwy. 13, S.E. of New Ulm, Cottonwood Twp.
Collection of buildings and structures featuring native quartzite, designed by Edward W. Barber to reflect area's German heritage, built 1942.
Photo of Flandrau State Park
Foundation
off Mn. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Fred Hamann House
216 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
Fritsche Block
504-510 1st N, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
G. A. Ottmeyer Block
1 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Gag, Wanda, Childhood Home
226 Washington St. N., New Ulm
Home of artist Anton Gág and family, including daughter Wanda (resident 1890s-1913), artist/author of Millions of Cats and other children's books.
Photo of Wanda Gag Childhood Home
Garage and Workshop
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Gebser's Hall
22 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
George Doehne House
124 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
George Kuhlmann House
513 Center, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
George Schneider House
212 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
George's Ballroom
405 Center, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Graff Garage
512-514 1st S, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Grand Hotel
210 Minnesota St. N., New Ulm
Italianate brick hotel constructed in central business district in 1876.
Photo of Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel
210 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Grand Theatre
212 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Henry Behnke Building
4 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Henry Seifert Saloon
206 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Hermann Monument
Hermann Heights Park, New Ulm
Colossal figure designed by Julius Berndt, commissioned in 1880s by Sons of Hermann, a German-American fraternal organization.
Photo of Hermann Monument
Hummel/Maltzahn Block
6-8 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
J. C. Penney
27 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Jacob Pfenninger House I
110 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Jacob Pfenninger House II
114 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Jacob Pfenninger Store
506 Center, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
John Buschers House
208 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
John Zischka Saloon
6 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Joseph Bianchi House
218 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Kiesling House
220 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Kiesling, Frederick W., House
220 Minnesota St. N., New Ulm
Frame dwelling associated with U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
Photo of Frederick W. Kiesling House
Kitchen Shelter
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Kreitinger Garage
1 N. Cass Ave., Springfield
Two-story commercial building with ornamental brickwork built ca. 1911 as auto dealership.
Photo of Kreitinger Garage
Lampert Lumber Company Line Yard
Center St., Milford Twp.
Retail/office/storage building of Sleepy Eye-based lumber company, one of several lumber yards built along rail line in early 20th century.
Photo of Lampert Lumber Company Line Yard
Latrines
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Liberal Union Hall
Broadway and Main St., Hanska
Community center built in 1910 with brick manufactured onsite by group affiliated with Nora Unitarian Church.
Photo of Liberal Union Hall
Liebold Building
19 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Lind, John, House
622 Center St., New Ulm
Queen Anne brick-and-stone home of Minnesota's 14th governor, built in 1887.
Photo of John Lind House
Loheyde Shoe Store
121 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Lohmann Building
301 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Louis Benger Building (A)
225 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Louis Benger Building (B)
227 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Martin Hose House
308 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
Masonic Block
9-11-13 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Melges Bakery
213 S. Minnesota St., New Ulm
One-story commercial building with false front, built of local brick in 1865.
Photo of Melges Bakery
Meridian Block
16-18 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Mess Hall
off Mn. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Michael Mullen House
224 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
New Ulm Armory
205 Broadway N., New Ulm
Gothic Revival-style, brick-and-concrete armory built in 1914 for one of Minnesota's oldest National Guard companies.
Photo of New Ulm Armory
New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Roughly bounded by Minnesota Street between 1st South annd 3rd North Streets, New Ulm
Concentration of brick commercial buildings (1860s-1953), many by noted local architects in Minnesota River town.
Photo of New Ulm Commercial Historic District
New Ulm Minicipal Building
100 North Broadway, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
New Ulm Oil Company Service Station
Broadway and 5th St. N., New Ulm
One of several stations with fanciful features designed by Saffert Construction Company of New Ulm, built 1926.
Photo of New Ulm Oil Company Service Station
New Ulm Post Office
Center St. and Broadway, New Ulm
Unique adaptation of German Renaissance style, built in 1909 of brick and locally manufactured concrete Artstone, with stepped gables and dormers.
Photo of New Ulm Post Office
New Ulm Roller Mill Complex (removed)
222 1st South St., New Ulm
Nora Free Christian Church
Mn. Hwy. 257, Linden Twp.
Church (1884) and parsonage (1906) of liberal Unitarian congregation established by Norwegian intellectual Kristofer Janson.
Photo of Nora Free Christian Church
Ochs, Adolph C., House
303 N. Marshall, Springfield
Colonial Revival brick house built in 1911 for owner of A. C. Ochs Brick and Tile Company.
Old Main, Dr. Martin Luther College
College Heights, New Ulm
Victorian Gothic brick-and-stone building constructed in 1884 as first building on campus of Lutheran teacher training college.
Photo of Old Main, Dr. Martin Luther College
Ole Olson House
300 South Broadway, New Ulm
Located in South Broadway Historic District
Olsen Block
101 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Pioneer Drug Store
125 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Pool and Maintenance Building
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Professional Building
17-19 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Reim Jewelers
117 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Residence
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Residence
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Retaining Wall
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Retzlaff Hardware
21 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Retzlaff Motor Company
12 North Broadway, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Roos and Somers Block
14 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Ruemke Mercantile Store (removed)
226 N. Minnesota, New Ulm
Sanitation Building
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Schell's Hall
202 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Schell, August, Brewing Company
20th St. S., New Ulm
Residence (1880), garden, brew house (1880s), barrel house and cellars of New Ulm's sole remaining early brewery, founded in 1860.
Photo of August Schell Brewing Company
Schell, Otto, House
Point Lookout, New Ulm
Queen Anne frame residence (ca. 1895) of brewer Otto Schell, son of Schell Brewing Company founder August Schell.
Photo of Otto Schell House
Scheman House
208 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Schmidt-Fritsche House
200 South German, New Ulm
Located in South German Street Historic District
Schoch Block
13-15 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Schoch-Ottomeyer Block
3-5 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Schoch-Reinhart Block
2 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Shady Lane Stock Farm
U.S. Hwy. 14, Burnstown Twp.
Farmstead (ca. 1898-1913) of progressive livestock breeder L. E. Potter, featuring prototype of clay block silo developed at A. C. Ochs brickyard.
Photo of Shady Lane Stock Farm
Shop/Warehouse
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Shop/Warehouse
off Co. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Siebennrunner Grocery
18 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Sleepy Eye Milling Company
4th and Oak Sts. N.E., Sleepy Eye
Most complete milling complex in southern Minnesota, built 1901-20 to process grain for flour, feed, and cereals.
Photo of Sleepy Eye Milling Company
Smith, W. W., House
524 1st Ave. S., Sleepy Eye
Queen Anne frame residence with classical details, built ca. 1901 for head of First National Bank of Sleepy Eye.
Photo of W.W. Smith House
Somsen Block
28 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
South Broadway Historic District
200-308 Broadway S. (even numbers only), New Ulm
Eight brick residences of varying scales and styles, built at turn of 20th century with locally manufactured brick.
Photo of South Broadway Historic District
South German Street Historic District
110-312 German St. S. (even numbers only), New Ulm
Larger-scale homes built in late 19th century in Italianate and Queen Anne variations for leaders of New Ulm's commerce and industry.
Photo of South German Street Historic District
South Side Auto Garage
21 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
St. Michael's School and Convent
500 State St. N., New Ulm
Italianate example of early institutional architecture in Minnesota, built in 1872 with later additions.
Photo of Saint Michael's School and Convent
Standard Oil Co. Filling Station
26 South Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
State Bank & Trust
100 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Stoll Building
412 2nd N, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Stone Bridge
off Mn. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Stuebe Meat Market
116-118 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Synsteby Site
, Lake Hanska Twp.
Precontact Period habitation site and mound groups, and site of 1863 Fort Hanska.
Theodore Crone Dry Goods
112-114 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Theodore Mueller Cigar Factory
204 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Thormodson Barn
off Mn. Hwy. 257, Linden Twp.
Sixteen-sided barn with central interior silo designed and built in 1912 by George Lee for a cattle-breeding operation.
Photo of Thormodson Barn
Tivoli Gardens (removed)
313 1st North St., New Ulm
Turner Hall
State St. and 1st St. S., New Ulm
Symbol of New Ulm's German cultural identity, built in 1873 for the Turnverein, an immigrant organization promoting physical exercise.
Photo of Turner Hall
Twente Farm Elevator and Granary (removed)
off Co. Rd. 16, Albin Twp.
United State Post Office
2 North Broadway, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Veigel-Moll Building
221 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Volksblatt-Brown County Journal Building
510-512 2nd N, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Wagner Furniture; Citizen Bank
120 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Weigand Hauenstein Building
123 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Weiser Block
127 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Weneeda Bakery;E.W. Baer Hardware;Ulrich Electric
209-211-213 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Wicherski Shoe Store
24 North Minnesota, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Winona and St. Peter Freight Depot
Oak St. N.E., Sleepy Eye
Early frame depot (ca. 1887) from one of first rail lines to reach western Minnesota.
Photo of Winona and St. Peter Freight Depot
WPA Office/Staff Quarters
off Mn. Hwy. 13, Cottonwood Twp.
Located in Flandrau State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Zischka Building
509 Center, New Ulm
Located in New Ulm Commercial Historic District
Carlton County
Carlton County Courthouse
301 Walnut Ave., Carlton
Renaissance Revival brick-and-stone courthouse designed in 1920s by Clyde Kelly.
Photo of Carlton County Courthouse
Church of Saints Joseph and Mary (Catholic)
Mission Rd., Perch Lake Twp.
Log church built in 1884 by Ojibwe parishioners.
Photo of Church of Saints Joseph and Mary
Cloquet City Hall
Ave. B and Arch St., Cloquet
City government center, built of brick in Georgian and Renaissance Revival styles in 1920 after city was destroyed in fire of 1918.
Photo of Cloquet City Hall
Cloquet-Northern Office Building
Ave. C and Arch St., Cloquet
Brick-and-stone commercial building built after fire of 1918 to house city's main businesses.
Photo of Cloquet-Northern Office Building
Custodian's Cabin
off MN. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Service Yard
Drinking Fountain
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Picnic Grounds
Garage
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Service Yard
Grand Portage of the Saint Louis River
off Mn. Hwy. 210 (Jay Cooke State Park), Silver Brook Twp.
Seven-mile portage on trade route between Upper Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes used by Indians and fur traders.
house
512 Park Place, Cloquet
Located in Park Place Historic District
house
520 Park Place, Cloquet
Located in Park Place Historic District
house
528 Park Place, Cloquet
Located in Park Place Historic District
Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
off Mn. Hwy. 210, (Jay Cooke State Park), Thomson Twp.
Native stone inn (1940-42) and suspension bridge (1934) constructed by CCC camps.
Photo of Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Picnic Grounds
off Mn. Hwy. 210, (Jay Cooke State Park), Thomson Twp.
Native stone shelter and stone-and-log water tower/latrine at Oldenburg Point picnic grounds developed by CCC workers in 1934-36.
Photo of Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Picnic Grounds
Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Service Yard
off Mn. Hwy. 210, (Jay Cooke State Park), Thomson Twp.
Native stone pump house and log custodian's cabin built in 1934-35 by CCCworkers in part of park devoted to maintenance and administrative functions.
Photo of Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Service Yard
Kalevala Finnish Evangelical National Lutheran Church
off MN Hwy 73, Kalevala Township
Finnish-language Lutheran church built in 1915, one of few frame buildings to survive 1918 fire.
Photo of Kalevala Finnish Evangelical National Lutheran Church
Lindholm Oil Company Service Station
202 Cloquet Ave., Cloquet
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1958, the only gas station built from his prototype drawings.
Photo of Lindholm Oil Company Service Station
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Depot
840 Folz Blvd., Moose Lake
Standard first-class frame depot for Soo Line stops, built 1907; one of few buildings to survive 1918 fire, it offered shelter to the homeless.
Photo of Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Depot
Northeastern Hotel
115 St. Louis Ave., Cloquet
Brick hotel (1904) that survived 1918 fire and served as hospital, temporary shelter, and Red Cross headquarters for fire relief efforts.
Photo of Northeastern Hotel
Oldenburg, Henry C., House
604 Chestnut Street, Carlton
Classical Revival brick home built by Emil Newquist in 1894 for community leader active in law, politics and park development.
Park Place Historic District
1, 512, 520, and 528 Park Place, Cloquet
Four large frame houses constructed in 1919 during post-fire rebuilding boom; erected by Weyerhaeuser lumber companies as employee residences.
Photo of Park Place Historic District
Pump House
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Service Yard
Shaw Memorial Library
406 Cloquet Ave., Cloquet
Renaissance Revival brick library (1920) designed by Kelly & Shefchik and one of several public buildings erected after fire of 1918; named for prominent lumberman George S. Shaw.
Photo of Shaw Memorial Library
Shelter
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Picnic Grounds
Swing Bridge
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
The River Inn
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Water Tower & Latrine
off Mn. Hwy. 210, Thomson Twp.
Located in Jay Cooke State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Picnic Grounds
Weyerhaeuser House
1 Park Place, Cloquet
Located in Park Place Historic District
Carver County
Amblard, Emile, Guest House
32-36 N. Vine St., Waconia
Frame house on “mainland” designed and built ca. 1900 by developer of Coney Island resort area.
Photo of Emile Amblard Guest House
Anne Marie's Decorating
224 Chestnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Anton Knoblach Bank
309 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Anton Knoblach Grain Elevator (razed)
Co. Hwy. 40, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Anton Knoblach Grain Elevator (razed)
Co. Hwy. 40, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Anton Knoblach House
112 3rd St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Barber Shop and Saloon
300 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Blacksmith Shop
, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Bridge L-2526
4th St. over Carver Spring, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Bridge L-2722
6th St. over Carver Spring, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Bridge L-2783
Main St. over Carver Spring, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Brinkhaus Saloon Livery Barn
112 W. 4th St., Chaska
Building of Chaska brick constructed ca. 1875 to house livery business that provided transportation and mail service to surrounding communities.
Photo of Brinkhaus Saloon Livery Barn
Buetow House
300 3rd St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Caretaker's Cottage (Rev. Andrew Jackson Home)
off Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Located in King Oscar's Settlement
Carver Cottage
121 6th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Carver Creamery and Ice House
Broadway & 5th St., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Carver Fire Department
117 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Carver Historic District
vicinity of Lime, 1st, Walnut, and 6th Sts., Carver
Collection of 100 commercial, religious, residential, and social buildings in 19th-century Minnesota River town.
Photo of Carver Historic District
Carver Mill/Masonic Hall (razed)
200 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Carver School
420 Oak St. N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Chanhassen Township Hall (removed)
Great Plains Blvd., Chanhassen
Charles Dauwalter House
413 N. Broadway, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Charles Klein House/Library
314 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Chaska Auto Body
115 2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Chaska Historical Marker
County Highway 61 near Edgehill Road, Chaska
Photo of Chaska Historical Marker
Chris Klein House/City Hall
204 4th St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Christian Bristle House
200 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Church of Saint Hubertus (Catholic)
Great Plains Blvd. and W. 78th St., Chanhassen
Gothic-style church of red brick with cream-colored Chaska brick trim, built in 1887 for German Catholic community of Chanhassen.
Photo of Church of Saint Hubertus (Catholic)
Claesson House
209 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
commercial building
208 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Coney Island of the West
Lake Waconia, Waconia Twp.
Summer resort/recreation area in Lake Waconia developed during late-19th and early-20th centuries.
Cordrary House/Carver County Printing
316 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
D. Swanson House
212 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Dauwalter Garage/Blacksmith
421 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Dennin House
200 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Diedrick Building
100 2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Dienslake House
412 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Dikeside
121 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Double House
121 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Dragotis House
201 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Drazan House
200 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Drugstore
313 Broadway, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Drugstore and Post Office
221 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Duncan House
216 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
DuToit Bank
205 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
DuToit, Frederick E., House
121 Hickory St., Chaska
House of cream-colored Chaska brick built ca. 1870 for state legislator and longtime publisher of Chaska Herald newspaper.
Photo of Frederick E. DuToit House
Earl Dauwalter House
320 Ash St., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
East Lake House
208 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
East Union Lutheran Church
off Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Located in King Oscar's Settlement
East Union Lutheran Church Cemetery
off Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Located in King Oscar's Settlement
East Union Parsonage
off Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Located in King Oscar's Settlement
Eder-Baer House
105 Elm St., Chaska
Queen Anne residence (ca. 1900) of cream-colored Chaska brick, a widely used, locally manufactured building material.
Photo of Eder-Baer House
Edmund Ess House
212 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Ess Brothers Foundry and Machine Shop (razed)
218 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Ess House
211 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Ess House
217 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Finkel House
120 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
First Faber and Linenfelser Store
123 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Floyd Holtz House
116 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Frank Miesseler House
206 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Funk Bank
308 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Funk Hardware Store
401 N. Broadway, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
G. Riesgraf House
300 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
garage
xxx Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Gehl's Meat Market & Ice House
212 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
George DuToit Bank
2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Gibson House
308 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Goetze House
117 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Golnick House
109 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Greek Revival House
401 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Greiner, Frederick, House
319 E. 3rd St., Chaska
House of cream-colored Chaska brick built ca. 1870 for early political figure and proprietor of Chaska House, community's first hotel.
Photo of Frederick Greiner House
Grimm, Wendelin, Farmstead
off Co. Hwy. 11 (Carver Park Reserve), Laketown Twp.
Farmhouse of cream-colored Chaska brick built in 1876 for developer of Grimm alfalfa, first U.S. strain of winter-hardy alfalfa.
Photo of Wendelin Grimm Farmstead
Guettler, Philip, House
Adams and Mill Sts., Cologne
House of cream-colored Chaska brick built in 1902 for owner of city's major industry, Cologne Milling.
Photo of Philip Guettler House
Hammer & Bierstettel Store
107 2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Harms, J. Casten and Magaretha, House
1110 Cty. Rd. 152, Benton Twp.
Hebeisen Hardware Store
Railroad and Maria Sts., Hamburg
Brick commercial building (1907), site of early cooperative association that provided goods and services to agricultural community.
Photo of Hebeisen Hardware Store
Hebeisen, Jacob, House
off Co. Hwy. 50, Hamburg
Residence built in 1884 for one of Hamburg's leading merchants.
Photo of Jacob Hebeisen House
Heck, Albertine and Fred, House
8941 Audubon Rd., Chanhassen
Farmhouse (ca. 1895) of cream-colored Chaska brick, a widely used, locally manufactured building material.
Photo of Heck House
Henry Young House
109 2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Herald Block
123 W. 2nd St., Chaska
Commercial building of cream-colored Chaska brick, home of Chaska Herald newspaper since 1871.
Photo of Herald Block
Hilldale
412 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Hotel Luksenborg
309 Oak St., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Houghton/Skoog House
120 3rd St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
404 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
108 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
100 5th Ave., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
420 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
416 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
house
205 4th St. N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Iltis Brewery and Ice House (removed)
597 Stoughton Ave., Chaska
John Funk House
112 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
John Hebeisen Hardware Store
109 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
John Hebeison House ("The Gables")
201 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Johnson General Store (razed)
317 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
K. Hammer Building
123 2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
K.K. Klammer House
302 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
King Oscar's Settlement
Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Complex of church and parish buildings associated with early Swedish Lutheran settlement, established in 1853.
Photo of King Oscar's Settlement
Kings Arms Company
xxx Broadway, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Kling House
120 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Knotz, John, House
Paul and Mill Sts., Cologne
Residence (1905) of Dr. John Knotz, medical doctor for railroad lines, and Rosa Partoll Knotz, women's rights advocate and Cologne mayor.
Photo of John Knotz House
Kusske and Hahn Saloon (removed)
Co. Hwy. 23, Watertown Twp.
Laketown Moravian Brethren's Church
Co. Hwy. 11, Victoria
Church of Chaska brick built in 1878 for one of two outposts of Chaska Moravian congregation.
Photo of Laketown Moravian Brethren's Church
Larson House
201 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Lenzen House
208 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Levi Griffin House
113 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Lewis, E. H., House
321 W. 2nd St., Chaska
Ca. 1870 residence of Chaska brick, owned successively by Faber family of hoteliers and merchants and physician Lewis.
Photo of E.H. Lewis House
Lund House
209 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Luthy House
209 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
M. Dauwalter House
112 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
M. Goetz House
212 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Maiser, Charles, House
16 W. Main St., Waconia
Italianate frame house built ca. 1875 for Maiser family of grain millers.
Photo of Charles Maiser House
Meuwissen House and Barn
220 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Mobil Gas Station Office
204 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Mobil Oil Gas Station
200 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Mock Cigar Factory and House
48 W. Main St., Waconia
False-front factory and attached Italianate house (ca. 1875) owned by E. H. Mock, proprietor of early Waconia industry.
Photo of Mock Cigar Factory and House
Mohrbacher, Paul, House
102 Paul Ave. S., Cologne
Ca. 1880 brick home of Cologne founder and civic leader.
Photo of Paul Mohrbacher House
Moldenhauer House
116 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Moravian Church
115 4th St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Nelson Drugstore
304 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Nord House
423 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Norwood Methodist Episcopal Church
Hill and Union Sts., Norwood
Frame church with bell tower designed and built in 1876 by Norwood civic leader James Slocum Jr.
Photo of Norwood Methodist Episcopal Church
Oesterich House
400 Oak St. N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Olaf Hanson House
217 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Old Fire Station
108 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
P. Swenson House
309 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Paris Hall (St. Ansgar Academy)
off Co. Hwy. 40, Dahlgren Twp.
Located in King Oscar's Settlement
Pesek House
217 4th St., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Peterson, Andrew, Farmstead
Mn. Hwy. 5, Laketown Twp.
Farmstead (ca. 1867-98) of Swedish immigrant farmer and horticulturist whose 43-year diary recorded life in 19th-century Minnesota.
Photo of Andrew Peterson Farmstead
Phillip Henk Hardware Store
2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Phillips House
112 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Plekkenpol House
301 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Poppitz House
217 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Post Office
220 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Presbyterian Church
109 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Public Square
, Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Read House
201 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Rev. Raedeke House
501 Oak St. N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Riverside Bar
120 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Roger Dauwalter House
209 4th St., Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Roger Dauwalter House
308 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Saint Nicholas Church (Catholic)
412 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Saint Nicholas School
412 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Salem Lutheran Church
221 3rd St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Schimmelpfennig, Johann, Farmstead
off U.S. Hwy. 212, Benton Twp.
Log and frame farm buildings (1856-1909) documenting evolution of Minnesota farmsteads.
Photo of Johann Schimmelpfennig Farmstead
Schmidt House
415 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Second Faber and Linenfelser Store
200 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Simons Building and Livery Barn
123 W. 3rd St., Chaska
Commercial/residential buildings of Chaska brick (1888-1890s) that housed a saloon, second-story hotel, and livery stable for patron use.
Photo of Simons Building and Livery Barn
Springside
113 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
St. Nicholas Church Activity Hall
412 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Steinberger House
320 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Swanson House
221 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Swedish Methodist Church
220 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Temperance Hotel
100 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
tenement houses
414-22 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Tengblad House
220 Main St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Thaemart House
121 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
The Sunflower
xxx Broadway, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Tholen House
213 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Trinity Lutheran Church
417 Oak St. N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Village Hall
316 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Waconia City Hall
9 W. First St., Waconia
Red brick civic building designed in 1909 by Charles S. Sedgwick to accommodate city offices, fire station, and public hall.
Photo of Waconia City Hall
Walnut Street Historic District
vicinity of Walnut, 2nd, Chestnut, and 6th Sts., Chaska
Buildings, structures, and burial mounds representing area's prehistory through its period of commercial, industrial, religious, and residential development.
Walter Anderson House
117 4th St. E, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Werner Store
2nd St. E., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
West Main Street Houses
417, 429, and 453 W. Main St., Waconia
One Chaska brick residence (1886) and two frame “carpenter's catalogue" houses (1898, 1903) showing individual interpretation by local craftsmen.
Photo of West Main Street Houses
West Union
Co. Hwy. 50, Hancock Twp.
Church (1868) and parish hall (1905) forming religious and social center of early Swedish Lutheran settlement.
Photo of West Union
Wiebe House
116 4th St. W, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Winter Saloon
Elm and Hazel Sts., Norwood
Saloon/meeting hall with second-floor proprietor's residence, built ca. 1890 for Winter brothers, holders of Norwood's first liquor license.
Photo of Winter Saloon
Wolff House
207 Walnut St., Chaska
Located in Walnut Street Historic District
Woodman Hall
408 Broadway N, Carver
Located in Carver Historic District
Young America City Hall
102 2nd Ave. S., Young America
Red brick building with corner tower built in 1909 as headquarters for municipal government.
Photo of Young America City Hall
Zoar Moravian Church
Co. Hwy. 10, Laketown Twp.
Greek Revival frame church built in 1863 for one of two outposts of Chaska Moravian congregation.
Photo of Zoar Moravian Church
Cass County
Administration Building
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Battle Point (21CA12)
Leech Lake Reservation, Leech Lake Reservation
Precontact Period Indian village and mounds, two Post-contact cemeteries, and site of one of the last battles (1898) between Indians and U.S. military.
Brainerd and Northern Minnesota/Minnesota International Railroad Depot
Minnesota Highway 371 and Barclay Avenue, Pine River
Chase Hotel
329 Cleveland Ave., Walker
First-class resort hotel built by L. W. Chase in 1922 to cater to tourists in new age of automobile transportation.
Photo of Chase Hotel
Chippewa Agency Historic District
, Sylvan Twp.
Mounds, Precontact Period village site (ca. A.D. 500-1300), oxcart trails, and 1850s building remnants from Chippewa Indian Agency.
Conservation Building
205 Minnesota Ave., Walker
Craftsman-style, clapboard and shingle wildlife museum and civic building designed by Donald J.C. Parsons and built in 1934-36 under the SERA and WPA.
Photo of Conservation Building
Dining Hall and Service Building
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Engineer's Cottage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Garage/Shop
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Great Northern Railway Company Bridge
off Mn. Hwy. 371, Wilkinson Twp.
Through girder, swing span built ca. 1915 to accommodate tugboat traffic on Steamboat River between logging areas and sawmills.
Photo of Great Northern Railway Company Bridge
Gull Lake Mounds Site
, East Gull Lake Twp.
Mound group and habitation site dating from Precontact Period (800 B.C. to A.D. 900).
Hall Memorial Pavilion
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Hole-in-the-Day II House Site
, Sylvan Twp.
Site of log farmhouse built in 1850s by the U.S. government for influential Ojibwe leader.
Indian Building
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Infirmary I
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Infirmary II
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Kitchen and Laundry
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Lime Storage Building
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Machine Shed
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives (Ah-Gwah-Ching)
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. N.W., Shingobee Twp.
First state-operated facility for treatment of tuberculosis, opened in 1907; earliest buildings designed by State Architect Clarence H. Johnston Sr.
Photo of Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives (Ah-Gwah-Ching)
Neils, Julius, House
3rd St., Cass Lake
Large frame residence built in 1900 for prominent lumber entrepreneur and founder of Neils Lumber Company.
New Power Plant
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
New Superintendent's Residence
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Nurse's Home
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Observation Station
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Old Backus
, Powers and Pine River Twps.
Site of Backus and Brooks Lumber Company camp and first Backus townsite, 1885-1902.
Plumbing Wing
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Pump House
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Retaining Wall
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Rice Lake Hut Rings
, Fairview Twp.
Depressions thought to be made by earth lodges dating from late Precontact Period or later.
Root Cellar
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Sherwood Forest Lodge Complex
Co. Hwy. 77, Lake Shore
Hunting-and-fishing resort complex of rustic log lodge and cabins (ca. 1929, 1935) built during first major wave of Minnesota resort construction.
Photo of Sherwood Forest Lodge Complex
Sixth Street Commercial Building (removed)
525 6th St., Walker
Soo Line Depot
off Main St., Remer
Frame depot built ca. 1910 in Soo Line's standard second-class pattern, with living quarters for agent's family.
Photo of Soo Line Depot
Staff House
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Supervisor's Office Headquarters
Ash Ave. N.W. and Second St. N.W. (Chippewa National Forest), Pike Bay Twp.
Large example of chinkless log construction, built of native red pine by Finnish craftsmen and CCC and WPA workers in 1936.
Photo of Supervisor's Office Headquarters
Water Tower
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Water Treatment Plant
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
West Wing
7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. NW, Shingobee Twp.
Located in Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives
Winnibigoshish Lake Dam
Co. Hwy. 9 at Mississippi River, Unorganized Territory
Reinforced concrete dam built in 1900 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as part of reservoir system to stabilize Mississippi River flow.
Photo of Winnibigoshish Lake Dam
Winnibigoshish Resort
U.S. Hwy. 2, Bena
Motor court and lake resort (1933) with central store/filling station, pagoda-roofed gas pumps, and guest cottages.
Photo of Winnibigoshish Resort
Chippewa County
Budd, Charles H., House
219 N. 3rd St., Montevideo
Shingled residence built in 1909 for early Montevideo resident, civic leader, and local government official.
Photo of Charles H. Budd House
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Depot
S. 1st St. at Park Ave., Montevideo
Frame passenger depot constructed in 1901; only building remaining of a major Milwaukee Road division headquarters complex.
Photo of Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Depot
Chippewa County Bank
1st St. and Lincoln Ave., Montevideo
Commercial Queen Anne brick building with tower, built in 1900.
Photo of Chippewa County Bank
Gippe, Henry, Farmstead
8085 MN Hwy. 7 SW, Tunsberg Twp.
Farmstead with 1887 farmhouse of brick made by owner; home of educators Hilda and Louise Gippe.
Photo of Henry Gippe Farmstead
Lac qui Parle Mission Archaeological Historic District
Co. Hwy. 13, Kragero Twp.
Sites of Fort Renville fur trading post, mission church, missionary residences, and the Dakota Indian village.
Photo of Lac qui Parle Mission Site
Montevideo Carnegie Library
125 N. 3rd St., Montevideo
Brick library with limestone trim (1906), designed by Martin Granum in local adaptation of Classical Revival style.
Photo of Montevideo Carnegie Library
Swensson, Olof, Farmstead
Co. Hwys. 15 and 6, Granite Falls Twp.
Brick home (1901-03) and timber-frame barn (1880s) on cut-granite foundations, designed by Swensson, a farmer, preacher, and political activist.
Photo of Olof Swensson Farmstead
Weaver, Julian A., House
837 Minnesota Ave., Granite Falls
Greek Revival/Italianate frame residence built ca. 1878 for town's first depot agent.
Photo of Julian A. Weaver House
Chisago County
1852 Town House School
331 Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
21CH23
, Amador Twp.
Precontact Period riverside campsite probably used by American Indians harvesting mussels.
A.B. Holm House
228 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
A.P. Stolberg House
200 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Adolph Vitalis House
xxx Summer St., Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Alfred B. Slattengren House
216 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Anderson, Gustaf, House
13045 Lake Blvd., Lindstrom
Italianate brick residence built in 1879 for prominent farmer and speculator.
Photo of Gustaf Anderson House
Andrew Holtman House
112 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Angels' Hill Historic District
vicinity of W. Plateau and Government Sts. and Military Rd., Taylors Falls
Homogenous group of mid-19th-century Greek Revival frame residences, public buildings, and church in hills above business district.
Photo of Angels' Hill Historic District
Artig-Wilcox House
361 W. Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
August Anderson Garage
32X Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
barn
360 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
barn
360 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Berquist/Lindquist House
401 Military Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
C.J. Wahlstrom House
224 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Carlson, J. C., House
Bremer and 6th St., Rush City
Queen Anne frame residence designed in 1899 by Augustus F. Gauger for bank president and civic leader.
Photo of J.C. Carlson House
Center City Historic District
Summit Ave., Center City
Concentration of late-19th- and early-20th-century frame houses built largely by local carpenter for prosperous residents.
Photo of Center City Historic District
Chisago County Courthouse (removed)
Main St., Center City
Chisago Lake Evangelical Lutheran Church
Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Combination building
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
Daubney, John, House
Oak and River Sts., Taylors Falls
Italianate frame house (ca. 1870) acquired as retirement residence by early settler and farmer.
Photo of John Daubney House
Diane Vitalis House
, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Diffenbacher, Aaron, Farmhouse (removed)
Co. Hwy. 5, Rushseba Twp.
Dr. A.N. Gunz House
208 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Dresser/Murdock House
343 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Drinking Fountain
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
drinking fountains
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
E. W. Murphy House
424 Folsom St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Elof Peterson House
108 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Eric Ostrum-Charles Vitalis House
xxx Summer St., Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Evelyn Noleen House
300 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
First Methodist Church
290 W. Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Flanders, George, House
Co. Hwys. 30 and 9, Harris
Italianate house built in 1870s by local promoter as residence and a stop for rail travelers.
Photo of George Flanders House
Franconia Historic District
vicinity of Cornelian, Summer, and Henry Sts., Franconia Twp.
Frame residences of early settlers in St. Croix River milling town.
Photo of Franconia Historic District
Frank G. Lorens House
100 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Fred Benson House
116 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
George DeAttly House
243 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Godfrey-Clendening House
348 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Grant House
4th St. and Bremer, Rush City
Brick hotel built in 1896 to serve railroad community.
Photo of Grant House
Hans Hanson House
xxx Henry St., Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Helen Humphrey House
307 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Hodgkinson House (razed)
Hill St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Holman-Hobbs House
325 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
348 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
house
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Hovey House (razed - 1980s)
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
off U.S. Hwy. 8, (Interstate State Park), Shafer Twp.
Buildings and objects constructed in 1938 and 1941 by WPA with basalt stone quarried in park.
Photo of Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
off U.S. Hwy. 8, (Interstate State Park), Shafer Twp.
Buildings and structures of local basalt stone, including 1920s examples of rustic-style construction that later influenced WPA workers.
Photo of Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
J.E. Melin House
128 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
John Whitney House
347 W. Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Johnson Block (removed)
4th St. and Ave. D, Rush City
Johnson-Nevers House
361 Plateau House, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Jonas Lindall-Elof Vitalis House
, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Kenyon/Gray House
320 West St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Larson, Frank A., House (Fridhem)
Newell Ave., Lindstrom
Lakeside, polychrome frame summer house (ca. 1898) used by Chicago publisher of Swedish-language newspaper.
Photo of Frank A. Larson House
Levi Folsom House
212 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Lilly Lorens House
212 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Lucius Snell House
360 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Mary Andrews House
120 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
McKusick House
343 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Men's Rest Room
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
Merrill-Mosher House
366 Colby St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Methodist Parsonage
366 Military St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Moody Barn
Co. Hwy. 24, Chisago Lake Twp.
Round dairy barn with central silo built in 1915 for small owner-operated farm.
Photo of Moody Barn
Munch, Paul, House
Summer St., Franconia Twp.
Greek Revival frame house built ca. 1855; residence of Civil War veteran and miller.
Photo of Paul Munch House
Munch-Roos House
360 Bench St., Taylors Falls
Greek Revival frame dwelling built in 1853 by Munch brothers as residence/carpenter shop, later occupied by Swedish banker/politician.
Nelson Fuller House
, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Oberg House (moved from Upper Town ca. 1900)
136 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Ole Nelson House
396 Colby St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Olof Swanlund House
xxx Edward St, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Patrick Fox House
297 West St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Paul Munch House
, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Peter Glad House
, Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Peter S. Carlson House
124 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Picnic Shelter
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
Platt Walker House
213 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Point Douglas to Superior Military Road: Deer Creek Section
off Co. Hwy. 16, Amador Twp.
Fragment of road developed by U.S. government in 1850s between St. Croix and St. Louis Rivers.
Photo of Point Douglas to Superior Military Road: Deer Creek Section
Refectory
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
retaining wall
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
S.J. Johnson House
102 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Sanitation Building
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
School Bus Barn House
391 Ravine St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Schottmuller Brewery
100 W. Government Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Shelter/Refectory
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Style Campground
Sidney Swanson House
330 West Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
site of Chisago Seminary
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
site of Taylors Falls School
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Smith, John H., House
361 Military Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Smith, John H., House
381 Military Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Soap House
, Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Solomon Peterson House
104 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Stone Curb
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
Taylors Falls Public Library
473 Bench St., Taylors Falls
Frame residence and tailor shop built in 1854; later acquired for use as town library.
Photo of Taylors Falls Public Library
Thomas Lacey House
313 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Thomas Lacy House
313 Basil St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
V.L. Johnson House
204 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
Victor, Charles A., House
30495 Park St., Lindstrom
Large frame house built ca. 1905 by prominent merchant, civic leader, and Swedish-language newspaper publisher.
Photo of Charles A. Victor House
Village Jail
102 W. Government Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
W.H.C. Folsom House
272 W. Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
wellhead
272 W. Government St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Wennerberg House
132 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
William Carlson House
220 Summit Ave., Center City
Located in Center City Historic District
William Dobney House
366 Plateau St., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
William Vitalis House
xxx Summer St., Franconia
Located in Franconia Historic District
Winslow House
347 W. Government Rd., Taylors Falls
Located in Angels' Hill Historic District
Women's Rest Room
off U.S. Hwy. 8, Shafer Twp.
Located in Interstate State Park CCC/WPA/Rustic Historic District
Clay County
Barnesville City Hall
Front and Main Sts., Barnesville
Small-town municipal services complex of 1899 city hall with fire hall and opera house, and ca. 1910 jail, all of local brick.
Photo of Barnesville City Hall
Bath House
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Bergquist, John, House
719 10th Ave. N., Moorhead
Log house built ca. 1870 by early homesteader.
Photo of John Bergquist House
Bernhardson, Bernhard, House
Co. Rd. 59, Holy Cross Twp.
Log house built in 1870 by early homesteader.
Bernhard Bernhardson House
Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
off US 10, E. of Glyndon, Riverton Twp.
Group of buildings and structures built by WPAworkers in 1937, largely of local split stone.
Photo of Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Burnham Building
420 Main Ave., Moorhead
False-front frame commercial/residential building typifying 1880s downtown Moorhead.
Photo of Burnham Building
Comstock School
Main St., Comstock
Brick school building begun in 1909 for Clay County's first consolidated school district.
Photo of Comstock School
Comstock, Solomon G., House
5th Ave. and S. 8th St., Moorhead
Late Victorian frame home designed by Kees and Fisk and built in 1883 for business leader and politician.
Photo of Solomon G. Comstock House
Dam
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Fairmont Creamery Company
801 2nd Ave. N., Moorhead
Brick industrial plant built in 1923 by company promoting agricultural diversification in Red River Valley.
Photo of Fairmont Creamery Company
Federal Courthouse and Post Office
521 Main Ave., Moorhead
Classical Revival brick building designed by federal government architect Oscar Wenderoth and built in 1915.
Photo of Federal Courthouse and Post Office
Garage & Residence
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Huntoon, Lew A., House
709 8th St. S., Moorhead
English cottage-style house designed by Bertrand & Chamberlain and built in 1910 for director of Moorhead State Normal School.
Photo of Lew A. Huntoon House
Krabbenhoft, Wulf C., Farmstead
Co. Rd. 69, Elmwood Twp.
Red River Valley farm with Queen Anne-inspired frame farmhouse and outbuildings (1890-1910), homesteaded by German immigrant family.
Latrine
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Main Building, Concordia College
S. 8th St., Moorhead
Classical Revival, brick-and-stone building constructed in 1906 as center of campus activity.
Photo of Main Building, Concordia College
Olness, John, House
10066 20th St. N., Kragnes Twp.
Frame house with Queen Anne details built in 1902 by community's leading merchant and land speculator.
Photo of John Olness House
Park Elementary School
121 6th Ave. S., Moorhead
Classical Revival, yellow-brick neighborhood school built in 1900.
Photo of Park Elementary School
Patterson, Robert House
404 Main Ave. W, Barnesville
Queen Anne fieldstone-and-frame residence built in 1898-1900.
Photo of Robert Patterson House
Probstfield, Randolph M., House
4555 Oakport St. N, Oakport Twp.
County's oldest known residence, built in 1869 by early settler and agricultural entrepreneur.
Photo of Randolph M. Probstfield House
Saint John the Divine Episcopal Church
120 S. 8th St., Moorhead
Shingled frame church with octagonal tower, designed by Cass Gilbert and built in 1898-99.
Photo of Saint John the Divine Episcopal Church
Stone Curb
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Swimming Beach
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Thompson, Hanna C. and Peter E., House
361 2nd St. N.E., Barnesville
Classical Revival residence attributed to Hancock Brothers of Fargo and built in 1902-03 for community leaders and mercantile business owner.
Photo of Hanna C. and Peter E. Thompson House
Well House
off US Hwy. 10, Riverton Twp.
Located in Buffalo River State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic Resources
Clearwater County
Bath House & Shelter
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Bridge
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Brower Inn
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabin #1
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabin #11
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabin #12
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabin #4
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabin #8
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabins #1-#3
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabins #4-#6
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabins #5 & #6
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cabins #7, #9, & #10
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Campground Registration Building
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cellar
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Clubhouse
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Comfort Station
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Concession Building
off Co. Hwy. 38, Lake Itasca Twp.
Located in Itasca State Park
Dock
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Dormitory
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Douglas Lodge
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Drinking Fountain
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Drinking Fountain
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Drinking Fountains
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Fechner Plaque
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Fish Cleaning House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Fish Cleaning House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Foot Bridge
off Co. Hwy. 38, Lake Itasca Twp.
Located in Itasca State Park
Foot Bridge
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Footings & Foundations
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Foreman's Quarters
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Garage
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Garage
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Gran Evangelical Lutheran Church
Co. Rd. 92 and Co. Hwy. 20, Popple Twp.
County's first church, built in 1897 with logs, land, and labor donated by Norwegian congregation.
Photo of Gran Evangelical Lutheran Church
Headquarters Building
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Ice & Wood House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Incinerator
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Itasca Bison Site (21CE1)
Park Drive (Itasca State Park), vicinity of Park Rapids
Precontact Period bison kill site (7500-5500 B.C.) with bison bone and artifacts embedded in peat deposit.
Itasca State Park
Park Drive (Itasca State Park), Itasca Twp. and Unorganized Territory
Minnesota's oldest state park (est. 1891), site of Mississippi headwaters, with Rustic-style log and stone buildings/structures built 1905-42.
Photo of Itasca State Park
Lower Rice Lake Site
, LaPrairie Twp.
Precontact Period site (ca. A.D. 1000-1600) used by Indians gathering and processing wild rice.
Mess Hall
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Mess Hall/Shelter
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Mississippi Headwaters Dam
off Co. Hwy. 38, Lake Itasca Twp.
Located in Itasca State Park
Multiple Cabin
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Museum
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Nicollet Court
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Oil House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Old Park Headquarters
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Old Timer's Cabin
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Pageant Grounds Latrine
off Co. Hwy. 38, Lake Itasca Twp.
Located in Itasca State Park
Power House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Pump House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Pump House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Pump House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Pump House
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Retaining Wall
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Sanitation building
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Shop/Warehouse
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Squaw Lake Cabin
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Staff Quarters
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stairway
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stone Curb
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stone Curb
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stone Curb
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stone Steps
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Stone Steps
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Superintendent's Garage
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Superintendent's Residence
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Trail Shelter
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Upper Rice Lake Site
, Minerva Twp.
Precontact Period site (ca. A.D. 1000-1600) used by Indians gathering and processing wild rice.
Warehouse
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Warehouse
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Water Tower
off Co. Hwy. 38, Lake Itasca Twp.
Located in Itasca State Park
Water Tower
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Water Tower
off Co. Hwy. 38, Unorganized Territory
Located in Itasca State Park
Cook County
Amboy and George Spencer Shipwrecks
, vicinity of Schroeder
Wood-hulled schooner-barge (1874) and freight-carrying steamship (1884) used to transport iron ore; both sunk during 1905 Mataafa storm.
Bally Blacksmith Shop
Broadway and 1st St., Grand Marais
False-front commercial building constructed in 1911 as town's only general-purpose blacksmith shop.
Photo of Bally Blacksmith Shop
Cascade River Wayside
3481 Minnesota Highway 61, Unorganized Territory
Rustic-style wayside rest and recreation area designed by landscape architect Arthur R. Nichols and built in 1934-36 for state highway department by CCC workers.
Photo of Cascade River Wayside
Chik Wauk Lodge
38 Moose Pond Rd., Unorganized Territory
Rough-cut stone lodge built in 1933 by Edwin and Art Nunstedt for Gun Flint Trail resort on Saganaga Lake.
Photo of Chik Wauk Lodge
Church of Saint Francis Xavier (Catholic)
U.S. Hwy. 61, Unorganized Territory
Small mission church built by local carpenter in 1895; sole remaining structure from Chippewa City, late 19th- and early-20th-century Ojibwe settlement.
Photo of Church of Saint Francis Xavier (Catholic)
Clearwater Lodge
Co. Rd. 66, Unorganized Territory
Log resort built in 1925-26 along Gunflint Trail by homesteaders to capitalize on emerging tourist trade.
Photo of Clearwater Lodge
Cook County Courthouse
411 2nd St., Grand Marais
Classical Revival, county-government building designed by Kelly and Lignell and constructed in 1911-12.
Photo of Cook County Courthouse
Fowl Lake Site
, Unorganized Territory
Island habitation site from middle Precontact Period (3000-1000 B.C.).
Grand Portage National Monument
off U.S. Hwy. 61, Grand Portage Indian Reservation
Late 18th-century North West Company fur trade depots at Grand Portage and Fort Charlotte, connected by nine-mile portage trail.
Photo of Grand Portage National Monument
Height of Land
between North and South Lake in Superior National Forest, Unorganized Territory
Portage on Laurentian Divide, used by voyageurs and Indians during fur trade era.
Naniboujou Lodge
U.S. Highway 61, Unorganized Territory
Private recreational club with massive rock fireplace and Indian-motif décor, designed by Holstead and Sullivan and built in 1928-29.
Photo of Naniboujou Lodge
North Superior Lifeboat Station Lightkeeper's House
12 S. Broadway, Grand Marais
Frame house built in 1896 for keeper of lighthouse marking Grand Marais harbor.
Photo of North Superior Lifeboat Station Lightkeeper's House
Schroeder Lumber Company Bunkhouse
off U.S. Hwy. 61, Schroeder Twp.
Log building with open interior plan, remnant of one of North Shore's most extensive logging operations ca. 1900.
Photo of Schroeder Lumber Company Bunkhouse
Scott, Jim, Fishhouse
U.S. Hwy. 61 and 5th Ave., Grand Marais
Waterfront frame building constructed in 1907 by commercial fisherman to process fish and repair and store fishing equipment.
Photo of Jim Scott Fishhouse
Cottonwood County
Bargen, Isaac, House
1215 Mountain Lake Rd., Mountain Lake
Queen Anne–inspired pattern-book farmhouse built in 1888 for leading educator and newspaper publisher in German Mennonite community.
Photo of Isaac Bargen House
Chicago Saint Paul Minneapolis and Omaha Depot
4th St. and 1st Ave., Westbrook
Frame passenger/freight depot built ca. 1900 on branch line that spurred town development and region's agricultural economy.
Photo of Chicago, Saint Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Depot
Cottonwood County Courthouse
900 3rd Ave., Windom
Classical Revival/Renaissance Revival brick courthouse with domed atrium, designed by O'Meyer and Thori and built 1904, with murals be Odin J. Oyen of La Crosse, Wis.
Photo of Cottonwood County Courthouse
Jeffers Petroglyphs Site
, Delton Twp.
Largest known concentration of rock art from Precontact and Contact Periods in Minnesota; animal and human figures carved by Indians in outcropping of Sioux quartzite.
Mountain Lake Site
, Mountain Lake Twp.
Village site on Precontact Period (3000 B.C.-A.D. 1200) on island in dry lake bed.
Crow Wing County
Acetylene Generator Plant
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Blacksmith Shop
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Boiler and Tank Shop
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Brainerd Public Library
206 N. 7th St., Brainerd
Classical Revival brick community library built in 1904 with Carnegie Foundation grant.
Photo of Brainerd Public Library
Brainerd Water Tower
Washington and 6th Sts., Brainerd
Innovative concrete structure for municipal water storage built 1918–21 according to design by engineer L. P. Wolff.
Photo of Brainerd Water Tower
Bridge No. 5265
US Hwy. 169 near Mille Lacs Lake, Garrison
Masonry-decorated, multi-plate arch bridge built by National Park Service in 1938 as part of CCC-developed wayside project.
Photo of Bridge No. 5265
Broach, H. H., House (Shawano)
Pequot Blvd., Pequot Lakes
Log house with intricate round-stone masonry on foundation, fence, and other structures, built in 1920s as summer residence.
Photo of H. H. Broach House (Shawano)
Cole, A.L., Memorial Building
4285 Tower Square, Pequot Lakes
Multipurpose municipal building designed by P.C. Bettenburg and built in 1937 by the WPA; named for early city merchant.
Photo of A.L. Cole Memorial Building
Crow Wing County Courthouse and Jail
326 Laurel St., Brainerd
Stone courthouse (1920) and adjacent brick sheriff's residence/cell block (1916), both by Alden and Harris.
Photo of Crow Wing County Courthouse
Crow Wing State Park
, Ft. Ripley Twp.
Habitation site at junction of land and water transportation routes spanning Precontact, fur trade, and lumbering eras.
Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Crosby Tank
1st Ave., Crosby
Cylindrical tank on latticework tower, built 1912–18 during period of widespread public improvements in mining towns.
Photo of Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Crosby Tank
Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Cuyuna Tank
North St., Cuyuna
Cylindrical tank on latticework tower, built 1912 during period of widespread public improvements in mining towns.
Photo of Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Cuyuna Tank
Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Deerwood Tank
211 Maple St., Deerwood
Cylindrical tank on latticework tower, built 1914 during period of widespread public improvements in mining towns.
Photo of Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Deerwood Tank
Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Ironton Tank
7th St., Ironton
Cylindrical tank on latticework tower, built 1913 during period of widespread public improvements in mining towns.
Photo of Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Ironton Tank
Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Trommald Tank
, Trommald
Cylindrical tank on latticework tower, built 1918 during period of widespread public improvements in mining towns.
Photo of Cuyuna Iron Range Municipally Owned Elevated Metal Water Tanks: Trommald Tank
Deerwood Auditorium
23770 Forest Rd., Deerwood
Moderne-style, concrete-and-stone, multipurpose municipal building designed by Carl H. Buetow and built in 1935–37 under the SERA and the WPA.
Photo of Deerwood Auditorium
Fawcett, Wilford H., House
off Co. Hwy. 4, Breezy Point
Rustic log residence designed by Magney and Tussler for publisher and resort developer, built in 1922–28.
Photo of Wilford H. Fawcett House
Fort Flatmouth Mounds
, Mission Twp.
Mound group named for 19th-century Ojibwe leader.
Foundry Boiler House
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Franklin Junior High School
1001 Kingwood Street, Brainerd
Photo of Franklin Junior High School
Garrison Concourse
Junction of Minnesota Highways 169 and 18, Garrison
Gordon-Schaust Site
, Crosslake
Undated, linear mound groups now embedded in residential developments.
Grand View Lodge
off Co. Hwy. 77, Nisswa
Resort lodge built in 1918, one of most elaborate and well-articulated examples of rustic log architecture in northern Minnesota.
Photo of Grand View Lodge
Hemstead, Werner, House
303 N. 4th St., Brainerd
Classical Revival frame residence (1903) of former Brainerd mayor, state legislator, and business leader.
Photo of Werner Hemstead House
Ironton City Hall
309 3rd St., Ironton
Processing plant built in 1924 by Hanna Mining Company to turn low-grade ore into a higher-grade, marketable product.
Photo of Ironton City Hall
Ironton Sintering Plant Complex
off Co. Hwy. 30, Crosby
Processing plant built in 1924 by Hanna Mining Company to turn low-grade ore into a higher-grade, marketable product.
Photo of Ironton Sintering Plant Complex
Island Lake
, Wolford Twp.
Located in Milford Mine Historic District
Lavatory Building
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Machine Shop
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Milford Lake
, Wolford Twp.
Located in Milford Mine Historic District
Milford Mine and Townsite
, Wolford Twp.
Located in Milford Mine Historic District
Milford Mine Historic District
1 mile southwest of junction of MN Highway 6 and County Road 30, Wolford Twp.
Minnesota and International Railroad Freight House and Shelter Shed
Co. Hwy. 13, Edward Lake Twp.
Open-sided station platform and enclosed freight house built ca. 1918 to serve summer resort–bound passengers.
Photo of Minnesota and International Railroad Freight House and Shelter Shed
Minnewawa Lodge
off Co. Hwy. 13, Nisswa
Lakeside resort developed in early 20th-century by New York City journalist/actor Benjamin Heald as an actors' retreat.
Photo of Minnewawa Lodge
Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
vicinity of Burlington Northern Railroad tracks, Laurel and 13th Sts., Brainerd
Large-scale repair-and-service operations for railroad headquarters, with complex of buildings and structures built 1882–1925.
Photo of Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Office and Storehouse Building
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Parker Building
623 Laurel St., Brainerd
Brick commercial block constructed in 1909 to house a bank and other businesses.
Photo of Parker Building
Pattern Shop and Storehouse Building
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Power Plant
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Red River Trail: Crow Wing Section
off Co. Hwy. 27, Ft. Ripley Twp.
Section of Mississippi River crossing leading to Crow Wing village site, part of extensive system of 19th-century fur-trade routes.
Photo of Red River Trail: Crow Wing Section
Roundhouse foundation
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Sebre Lake Site
, Ft. Ripley Twp.
Precontact Period habitation site with burial features (ca. 3000 B.C.–A.D. 900).
Soo Line Depot
1st St. N. and 1st Ave. E., Crosby
Brick depot built in 1910 as western terminus of railroad operations for Cuyuna Range iron ore transport.
Photo of Soo Line Depot
Soo Line Grade and Trestle
, Wolford Twp.
Located in Milford Mine Historic District
Spina Hotel
Curtis Ave. and 4th St., Ironton
Brick hotel with street-level shops, built in 1913 during boom years of Cuyuna Range.
Photo of Spina Hotel
St. Columba Mission Site
, Nisswa
Site of Episcopal mission church, school, and store, established in 1852 and burned during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862.
Transfer table foundation
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Upper Hay Lake Archaeological District
, Jenkins Twp.
Precontact Period village site and group of linear mounds (A.D. 900–1650).
Warehouse
BN tracks, Laurel and 13th St., Brainerd
Located in Northern Pacific Railroad Shops Historic District
Dakota County
Adsit Hospital
117-119 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Akin, Daniel F., House
19185 Akin Rd., Farmington
Farmhouse of locally quarried limestone built by civil engineer; site of continuous meterological observation since 1885.
Photo of Daniel F. Akin House
Bathrick's Appliance Store
208 2nd St. E, Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Ben Franklin Store
204 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Ben Franklin Store
204 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Berens Jewelry
209 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Bob's Music
105-107 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Buckhorn Post and Hotel
101 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Depot (removed)
400 2nd St., Farmington
Christiania Lutheran Free Church
26690 Highview Avenue, Eureka Twp.
Photo of Christiania Lutheran Free Church
Church of Saint Mary (Catholic)
8433 239th St. E., New Trier
Beaux Arts masonry church designed in 1909 by George Ries for community of German immigrants.
Church of St. Peter
1405 Sibley Memorial Highway, Mendota
Located in Mendota Historic District
Church of the Advent (Episcopal)
412 Oak St., Farmington
Small Gothic Revival board-and-batten church built in 1872 with plans adapted from Upjohn's Rural Architecture plan book.
Photo of Church of the Advent (Episcopal)
Dakota County Courthouse
101 E. 4th St., Hastings
Italian Villa–style brick-and-stone courthouse built in 1869–71 from designs by A. M. Radcliff; Renaissance dome added after 1900.
Photo of Dakota County Courthouse
District No. 72 School
321st St. W. and Cornell Ave., Waterford Twp.
Frame rural school constructed in 1882.
Photo of District No. 72 School
East Second Street Commercial Historic District
E. 2nd St., Hastings
Downtown business district of 19th-century river town, encompassing 35 largely Italianate brick buildings with stone trim.
Photo of East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Eckert, Ignatius, House
724 Ashland St., Hastings
Cupolated Italian Villa–style frame residence, moved from abandoned townsite of Nininger in 1857.
Photo of Ignatius Eckert House
Ellingboe Residence
400 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Exchange Bank
344 3rd St., Farmington
Italianate, two-story brick, multipurpose commercial building constructed in 1880 to replace wood-frame stores destroyed by fire.
Faribault House
Willow St., Mendota
Located in Mendota Historic District
Fasbender Clinic
801 Pine St., Hastings
Example of Frank Lloyd Wright's later work: a brick medical clinic with dramatic metal roof, completed in 1959 for Dr. Herman Fasbender.
Photo of Fasbender Clinic
Fiddle Leaf
109 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Finch Building
201 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
First National Bank
121 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
First Presbyterian Church
602 Vermillion St., Hastings
Romanesque Revival church built in 1875-81 from designs by Charles N. Daniels; rebuilt after 1907 fire from plans by Harry Wild Jones.
Photo of First Presbyterian Church
Fitch Building
219 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Fleming Building
110-112 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Fort Snelling Historic District (National Historic Landmark)
Mn. Hwys. 55 and 5 (Ft. Snelling State Park), Fort Snelling Military Reservation
Minnesota's first military post, established in 1819 at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota Rivers to protect U.S. interests.
Photo of Fort Snelling Historic District
Fort Snelling-Mendota Bridge
Mn. Hwy. 55 over Minnesota River, Mendota Heights
Steel-reinforced, continuous-arch concrete bridge built in 1925–26 according to plans by Walter Wheeler and C. A. P. Turner.
Freeman, Reuben, House
9091 Inver Grove Tr., Inver Grove Heights
Imaginative vernacular house of coursed fieldstone with eight-gabled roof built ca. 1875.
Photo of Reuben Freeman House
Gardner House Hotel
221 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
German American Bank
122 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Good Templars Hall
9965 124th St. E., Nininger Twp.
Greek Revival building (1858), one of few structures remaining from townsite of Nininger, platted by speculator/author/politician Ignatius Donnelly.
Photo of Good Templars Hall
Hagemann-Humm Building
219 Sibley St., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Hastings Foundry-Star Iron Works
707 E. 1st St., Hastings
Industrial building erected in 1859; played pivotal role in development of transportation and engineering technology.
Photo of Hastings Foundry-Star Iron Works
Hastings Methodist Episcopal Church
8th and Vermillion St., Hastings
Frame church, built in 1861 in mix of Greek Revival, Gothic Revival, and Italianate styles.
Photo of Hastings Methodist Episcopal Church
Hastings' Hardware
214 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Henry H. Sibley House
Willow St., Mendota
Located in Mendota Historic District
Hetheringtons Meat Market
108 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Hollander Building
118 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Holz Family Farmstead
4665 Manor Drive, Eagan
Barn, house and out buildings representing two generations of family-run dairy, crop and vegetable farm, established in 1893.
Photo of Holz Family Farmstead
Holzemers Shoes
103 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Horticulture Building, Dakota County Fairgrounds (removed)
Co. Hwy. 74, Castle Rock Twp.
Howes, Byron, House
718 Vermillion St., Hastings
Italian Villa–style residence with tower, built in 1868–70 for banker and civic leader.
Hypolite Dupuis House
1357 Memorial Hwy., Mendota
Located in Mendota Historic District
John's Marine and Sport Shop
216 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Keetley House
306 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
L'Gage Pet Shop
218 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Lammo Residence
314 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Latto, Rudolph, House
620 Ramsey St., Hastings
Brick residence in transitional Italianate/Eastlake style, built in 1880–81 for local banker.
Photo of Rudolph Latto House
Le Duc, William G., House
1629 Vermillion St., Hastings
Limestone mansion in Gothic Villa style, built in 1862-65 for noted merchant, writer, historian, promoter, and Civil War veteran.
Photo of the William G. Le Duc House
MacDonald-Todd House
309 W. 7th St., Hastings
Greek Revival residence (1857) originally located in townsite of Nininger, owned successively by two prominent journalists, A. W. MacDonald and Irving Todd.
Photo of MacDonald-Todd House
Mairs House
409 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Mamers Bar
106 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Marthaler, Jacob, House (removed)
1746 Oakdale Ave., West St. Paul
Masonic Block
221-223 Sibley, Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Matsch House
322 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Mendota Historic District
vicinity of Willow St. and Mn. Hwy. 13, Mendota, Mendota Heights
American Fur Company trading center and region's first permanent white settlement, including trader and agent residences and church (1830s–1850s).
Photo of Mendota Historic District
Mertz Building
213 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Meyer Company Complex
111-115 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester and Dubuque Electric Traction Company Depot (Orchard Gardens)
Co. Hwy. 5 at 155th St., Burnsville
Small, trackside flag-stop shelter built in 1910 to serve resident market farmers of new subdivision.
Photo of Minneapolis St. Paul Rochester & Dubuque Electric Traction Company Depot (Orchard Gardens)
Mode-o-day Store
120 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Mullany Building
205 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Norish-Thorne Drug Store
114 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Norrish House
2nd St. W. & Spring St., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
O'Shaughnessy House
312 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Oberhoffer, Emil J., House
17020 Judicial Rd. W., Lakeville
Prairie Style residence (1918) designed by Paul Haugen for first conductor of Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Photo of Emil J. Oberhoffer House
Old City Hall
215 Sibley St., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Old Post Office
200 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Olson House
414-416 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Pringle House
413 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Pringle-Jacobsen Hardware
207 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Pringle/Clagett house
418 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Radabough Clinic
211 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Radaugh House
401 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Ramsey Mill and Old Mill Park
Jct of 18th St. and Vermillion R., Hastings
Ruins of an 1856 flour mill and surrounding park (est. 1925) that grew into tourist site.
Photo of Ramsey Mill and Old Mill Park
Reissners Meat Market
210 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Schoen Building
212 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Serbian Home
404 3rd Ave. S., South St. Paul
Fraternal society hall built of brick in 1923 for community of Serbian immigrants working in city's meat-packing houses.
Photo of Serbian Home
Shaller Building
116 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Sibley, Henry H., House
Willow St., Mendota
Locally quarried limestone house built as a residence and office ca. 1836 by Sibley, the district manager of the American Fur Company and later the first state governor; also the home of his wife Sarah Jane Sibley.
Photo of Henry H. Sibley House
Sieben Building (razed 2/80)
220-224 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
St. Stefan's Romanian Orthodox Church
350 5th Ave. N, South Saint Paul
Stucco church with large central interior space covered by a dome built in 1924 by John Bartl for Romanian immigrants who worked in meatpacking industry.
Photo of St. Stefan's Romanian Orthodox Church
Stage 8 Theater
213 Sibley St., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Stockyards Exchange
200 N. Concord St., South St. Paul
Victorian brick commercial building constructed in 1887 as base of operations for Minnesota's large meat-packing industry.
Photo of Stockyards Exchange
Strauss House
207 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Thompson-Fasbender House
649 W. 3rd St., Hastings
French Second Empire brick residence built in 1880 for sawmill proprietor William Thompson; later owned by Dr. Herman Fasbender.
Photo of Thompson-Fasbender House
Thorne/Lowell House
319 2nd St. W., Hastings
Located in West Second Street Residential Historic District
Van Dyke-Libby House
Vermillion St., Hastings
French Second Empire brick residence built in 1867 for lumberman William J. Van Dyke; later owned by Roland C. Libby.
Photo of Van Dyke-Libby House
Walbridge Building
203 2nd St. E., Hastings
Located in East Second Street Commercial Historic District
Waterford Bridge
Canada Avenue over Cannon River, Waterford Twp.
Wentworth, George W., House
1575 Oakdale Ave., West St. Paul
Queen Anne brick residence built in 1887 by livestock raiser, landowner, and civic leader.
Photo of George W. Wentworth House
West Second Street Residential Historic District
W. 2nd St., Hastings
Group of residences exhibiting major architectural styles in vogue in Minnesota between 1850 and 1890.
Photo of West Second Street Residential Historic District
Dodge County
1st State Bank of Mantorville
509 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Beaver House
620 Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Beaver House
620 Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Blanch House
121 5th St. W., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Bourdons House
615 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Bridge Park
, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Business Block
, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Carlson, Ole, House
Co. Hwy. 15, Canisteo Twp.
Large brick farmhouse built for Carlson in 1880 by a neighboring Norwegian immigrant farmer.
Photo of Ole Carlson House
Civil War Recruiting Station (Wasioja Bank Bldg.)
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Cordenio Severance House
401 Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Dodge County Courthouse
22 6th St. E, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Edmund Beatty House
xxx Main St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Eureka Hotel
101 3rd Ave. S.W., Kasson
Brick hotel built in 1894 alongside railroad tracks.
Photo of Eureka Hotel
Greek Revival Residence
6th St. & Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Heinze House
3 5th St. W, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Hogle House
Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Holtermann, Andrew, House (removed)
Mn. Hwy. 30, Vernon Twp.
Hubbell House
502 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Kasson Municipal Building
12 W. Main, Kasson
Multipurpose municipal building in Prairie School style designed in 1917 by Purcell and Elmslie.
Photo of Kasson Municipal Building
Kasson Public School
101 3rd Ave. NW, Kasson
Classical Revival and Craftsman-Style brick and terra-cotta school designed by Nels Jacobson and built in 1918; provided K-12 instruction and sponsored community events, activities and social services.
Photo of Kasson Public School
Kasson Water Tower
4th Ave. N.W. and 2nd St. N.W., Kasson
Steel tank atop ornamental limestone tower, built in 1895 by local contractor.
Photo of Kasson Water Tower
Leuthold, Jacob, Jr., House
108 2nd Ave. N.W., Kasson
Frame residence designed in 1905 by Kees and Colburn for founder of early clothing-store chain.
Photo of Jacob Leuthold Jr. House
Limestone Kiln
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Mantorville and Red Wing Stage Road: Mantorville Section
off 5th St., Mantorville
Road built in 1855 to facilitate trade and mail service between towns settled after 1853 treaty ratification.
Photo of Mantorville and Red Wing Stage Road: Mantorville Section
Mantorville Historic District
vicinity of Main and 5th Sts., Mantorville
Town center with group of residential, commercial, and government buildings dating 1856–1918, including 1871 limestone county courthouse.
Photo of Mantorville Historic District
Mantorville Opera House
5 5th St. W, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
McKean House
520 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Nelson, Perry, House
Co. Hwy. 22, Concord Twp.
Large Italianate stone farmhouse built in early 1870s for one of Concord's many Old-Stock American immigrants.
Photo of Perry Nelson House
Ol' 57 Café
Main St./Hwy 57, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Pioneer Log/Stone House
, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Post Office
, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Restoration House
540 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Saint John's Episcopal Church
615 Main St. N, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Saint Margaret's Catholic Church
601 Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Spilman's Tonsorial Parlor
1 5th St. W, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Suzy's Shoppe and Gallery
, Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
Teunis Slingerland House
501 Clay St., Mantorville
Located in Mantorville Historic District
The Andrew Doig House
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Wasioja Church (Wasioja Baptist Church)
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Wasioja Historic District
Co. Hwy. 16, Wasioja Twp.
1850s village with limestone quarry and kiln and numerous stone buildings built by resident stonemasons; includes a Civil War recruiting station.
Photo of Wasioja Historic District
Wasioja School House (Wasioja Elementary School)
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Wasioja Seminary Ruins
, Wasioja
Located in Wasioja Historic District
Douglas County
A. Jacobson House
405 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Alexandria Post Office
625 Broadway, Alexandria
Renaissance Revival brick-and-stone building completed in 1910.
Photo of Alexandria Post Office
Alexandria Public Library
7th Ave. W. and Fillmore St., Alexandria
Large Beaux Arts brick-and-stone, Carnegie-funded library designed in 1903 by Wisconsin architect Henry A. Foeller.
Photo of Alexandria Public Library
Alexandria Residential Historic District
vicinity of Cedar and Douglas Sts. and Lincoln and 12th Aves., Alexandria
Collection of 59 houses built 1868–1930 in varied residential architectural styles for city's business and professional classes.
Photo of Alexandria Residential Historic District
Barnes House
509 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Basswood Shores Site
, La Grand Twp.
Habitation site with evidence of early Dakota ceramics from Precontact Period (ca. A.D. 900–1650).
Bath House
off MN. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Brandon Auditorium and Fire Hall
Holmes Ave., Brandon
Concrete municipal building with fieldstone facing and artist-designed interiors, constructed under WPA in 1936 by local workers.
Photo of Brandon Auditorium and Fire Hall
Carlson House
405 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Christie House
713 Cedar St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Cowing, Thomas F., House
316 Jefferson St., Alexandria
Pattern-book Gothic Revival cottage built ca. 1875 for business and political leader.
Photo of Thomas F. Cowing House
Crafts Building
off Mn. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Group Camp
Douglas County Courthouse
305 8th Ave. W., Alexandria
Victorian Romanesque courthouse (1895) of local brick with Kasota stone trim, designed by Buechner and Jacobson.
Photo of Douglas County Courthouse
First Lutheran Church
, Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
G.B. Ward House
505 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Gilpin House
716 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Great Northern Passenger Depot
N. Broadway and Agnes Blvd., Alexandria
Custom-designed depot, one of largest and most ornate on Great Northern line, completed in 1907 to serve growing resort industry.
Photo of Great Northern Passenger Depot
Gregerson House
1003 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
houe
1022 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1021 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
317 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
919 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
922 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1101 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1106 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1107 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1110 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1004 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1007 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1010 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1011 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1014 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
923 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1017 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
903 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1111 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1115 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1116 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1117 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
1122 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
710 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
406 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
416 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
424 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
504 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
521 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
607 Cedar St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
608 Cedar St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
721 Cedar St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
722 Cedar St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
house
704 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Johnson House
909 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Johnson, John B., House
U.S. Hwy. 52, Osakis
Frame house with hexagonal plan and plunging rooflines, designed ca. 1886 by owner who theorized it would withstand wind storms.
Photo of John B. Johnson House
Knapton House
915 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Group Camp
off Mn. Hwy. 29, (Lake Carlos State Park), Carlos Twp.
Rough-sided mess hall and recreation building for public use, constructed in 1941–42 by WPA workers.
Photo of Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Group Camp
Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
off Mn. Hwy. 29, (Lake Carlos State Park), Carlos Twp.
Buildings and water tower of split stone with rough siding, built 1938–42 by WPA in park developed to serve region's summer resort trade.
Photo of Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Leach House
810 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
LeRoy House
519 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Ludke House
821 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
McEwan House
303 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Mess Hall
off Mn. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Group Camp
N.P. Ward House
422 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Nelson, Knute, House
1219 S. Nokomis St., Alexandria
Residence (1872) of two-term Minnesota governor and five-term U.S. senator, the first Scandinavian immigrant elected to Congress.
Photo of Knute Nelson House
Osakis Milling Company (removed)
Lake St. and Central Ave., Osakis
Paulson house
417 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Raiter House
302 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Robards House
518 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Sanitation Building
off Mn. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Schraeder House
908 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Shelter
off MN. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Sims House
521 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Stevens House
321 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
T. Jacobson house
722 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
The Belmont
307 Lincoln Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Thornton House
902 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Tonn, August, Farmstead
off Co. Rd. 65, Carlos Twp.
Seven log buildings, including house, barns, and granaries, on subsistence farm built ca. 1875-1890 by immigrant farm family.
Photo of August Tonn Farmstead
Van Hoesen House
421 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Volker House
804 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
W.F. Sunblad House
914 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Ward, Noah P., House
422 7th Ave. W., Alexandria
Large, ornate Victorian residence built ca. 1903 for prominent grocer and civic leader.
Photo of Back of Noah P. Ward House
Water Tower
off Mn. Hwy. 29, Carlos Twp.
Located in Lake Carlos State Park WPA/Rustic Style Historic District
Wedum House
1121 Douglas St., Alexandria
Located in Alexandria Residential Historic District
Faribault County
Bullis, Adams H., House
, Delavan Twp.
Italianate residence of local brick built ca. 1875 on large farm of noted cattle breeder and state legislator.
Photo of Adams H. Bullis House
Center Creek Archaeological District
, Verona Twp.
Extensive, late Precontact Period habitation sites with tools and storage pits suggesting horticultural economy.
Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Depot and Lunchroom
89-100 1st St. N.W., Wells
Brick depot built in 1903 to serve passengers and crews in busy railroad townsite.
Photo of Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Depot and Lunchroom
Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal)
Moore and 8th Sts., Blue Earth
Small Gothic Revival board-and-batten church built in 1872 by Rev. Solomon S. Burleson under direction of Bishop Henry Whipple.
Photo of Church of the Good Shepherd (Episcopal)
Constans Hotel (removed)
121-127 N. Main St., Blue Earth
District No. 40 School
Mn. Hwy. 109, Walnut Lake Twp.
Rural frame school (1896) with sunburst motif.
Photo of District No. 40 School
Dunn, Andrew C., House
133 S. Main St., Winnebago
Large Queen Anne/Classical Revival residence built in 1901 by one of town founders and civic leaders.
Photo of Andrew C. Dunn House
Faribault County Courthouse
415 N. Main St., Blue Earth
Richardsonian Romanesque public building erected in 1891–92 according to designs by C. S. Dunham.
Photo of Faribault County Courthouse
First National Bank
Main St. and Cleveland, Winnebago
Small Classical Revival stone bank designed by F. H. Ellerbe and built in 1917.
Photo of First National Bank
Kremer, Peter, House
Main and 4th Sts., Minnesota Lake
Large brick residence with limestone trim built in 1906 for town promoter and commercial developer.
Photo of Peter Kremer House
Leland, Muret N., House
410 2nd Ave. S.W., Wells
Queen Anne residence (1883) owned by leading merchant and politician.
Photo of Muret N. Leland House
Memorial Library
6th St. and Ramsey Ave., Blue Earth
Classical Revival brick library (1904) funded by local banker and philanthropist W. E. C. Ross to honor his late wife, Etta C. Ross.
Photo of Memorial Library
Wakefield, James B., House
405 E. 6th St., Blue Earth
Italianate brick residence built in 1868 by town founder and prominent political figure.
Photo of James B. Wakefield House
Walters Jail
3rd and Main Sts., Walters
False-front brick detention facility constructed in 1906; served as occasional lodging for railroad workers.
Photo of Walters Jail
Fillmore County
Allis Barn (Reliance Stock Farm)
Co. Hwy. 17, Carrolton Twp.
Three-story, pegged-timber barn built ca. 1899 for Milwaukee's Allis family on stock farm for thoroughbred cattle, swine, and horses.
Photo of Allis Barn (Reliance Stock Farm)
apartments
102 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Bank of Lanesboro and U.S. Post Office Bldg.
104 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
barbershop
123 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Bartlett, Francis H., House
Gold and Pearl Sts., Wykoff
French Second Empire brick cottage built in 1876 for townsite founder and local government official.
Photo of Francis H. Bartlett House
Bethlehem Lutheran Church Hall
200 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Bridge No. 5722
North Section Street (U.S. Highway 63) over Spring Valley Creek, Spring Valley
Bridge No. L-4770
Twp. Rd. over Mahoney Creek, Fountain Twp.
Stone arch bridge type developed ca. 1915 by state highway commission for use in rural southeastern Minnesota.
Photo of Bridge No. L-4770
C.A. Ward Barber Shop
107 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
C.C. Scanlan Clothing Store
202 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
C.O. Krogstad Drugstore
113 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Chatfield Public Library
Main St., Chatfield
Carnegie-funded, Prairie School-style brick library designed in 1915 by Claude and Starck of Wisconsin.
Photo of Chatfield Public Library
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Bridge
off Parkway St. over Root River, Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Bridge
railroad tracks over Water Canal, Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
commercial building
109 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
commercial building
117 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
commercial building
103 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Commercial House Hotel
146 S. Broadway, Spring Valley
Brick hotel built in three phases (1876–1916) as town grew into railroad hub, regional trade center, and tourism destination.
Dayton, Daniel, House (Ravine)
off Co. Hwy. 17, Harmony Twp.
Greek Revival limestone house built in 1857 as overnight stop for travelers on Saint Paul and Dubuque Stage Road.
Photo of Daniel Dayton House (Ravine)
Dental Office
109 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
DeVey Hotel
xxx Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Dickson, Samuel T., House
225 S.W. 3rd St., Chatfield
Brick house built in 1863 for owner of several Root River area flour mills.
Photo of Samuel T. Dickson House
Egleston Dry Goods Store
119-121 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Ellef Loveland Building
103 Elmwood St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Exchange State Bank
105 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Farmers & Merchants Telephone Exchange
114 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Fillmore Coop Services Gasoline Service Station
101 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Fillmore County Jail and Carriage House
Houston and Preston Sts., Preston
Italianate brick jail (1870) housing courtrooms, jail, sheriff's office, and residence, with adjacent ca. 1900 frame carriage house.
Photo of Fillmore County Jail and Carriage House
First State Bank of Wykoff
101 Gold St. S., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Fligge Grocery
112 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Ford Building
106 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Forestville Townsite (Meighan Store)
Co. Rd. 12 (Forestville State Park), Forestville Twp.
Brick general store and attached residence (1856-57) with wooded addition (ca. 1888), built for Felix Meighen in small town at stagecoach crossroads.
Photo of Forestville Townsite (Meighan Store)
G.B. Ellestad, Jeweler, Shop
111 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Galligan Block
108 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Galligan's Opera House
116 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Garnatz Upholstry
102 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Gunn's Brewery Saloon
105 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Handey's Thirst Parlour
100 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Hans Olson Barber Shop
100 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Haven, George H., House
132 Winona St., Chatfield
Italianate brick residence built in 1874 by Maybury and Son for prominent Chatfield businessman.
Photo of George H. Haven House
J.R. Murrell Hardware Store
113 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Jacob Rau Dry Goods Store
109-111 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
James Thompson House
401 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Community Hall
202 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Historic District
vicinity of Kirkwood, Coffee, and Parkway Sts., Lanesboro
Unified example of downtown commercial/industrial areas in 19th-century town developed around water-powered milling and rail transportation.
Photo of Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Leader Building
107 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Powerhouse
xxx Mill St., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Stone Dam
off Kirkwood St. on Root River, Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lanesboro Village Hall & Fire Hall
111 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Lenora Methodist Episcopal Church
Co. Hwys. 23 and 24, Canton Twp.
Stone church (begun 1856, completed 1865) in pre-railroad townsite developed by area's first Methodist minister.
Photo of Lenora Methodist Episcopal Church
Lovell, Ellen M., House
218 Winona St., Chatfield
One of Minnesota's best examples of Shingle Style residential architecture, built in 1896.
Photo of Ellen M. Lovell House
Milwaukee Elevator
Filmore Street and Root River State Trail, Preston
Wooden country elevator with 15,000 bushel capacity constructed in 1902 by L. O. Hickok for Loomis and Company, a major Minneapolis grain buyer.
Photo of Milwaukee Elevator
Mitchell Saloon
100 Gold St. S., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Nelson & Cook Store
105 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Nelson & Nepstad Store
103 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
North Behring Building
106 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
North Iowa Oil Company Filling Station
1xx Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Norway Township Stone House
Co. Hwy. 10, Norway Twp.
Limestone residence built ca. 1870s in Norwegian immigrant settlement.
Photo of Norway Township Stone House
Parsons Block and Hall
112 S. Broadway, Spring Valley
Italianate building constructed in 1871 for real estate investor Emilus Parsons as commercial, social, and theatrical center.
Photo of Parson's Block and Hall
Peshak Hardware Store
107 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Pietenpol Workshop and Garage
Co. Hwy. 5, Forestville Twp.
Workshop (1921) where aircraft designer Bernard H. Pietenpol built his prototype airplanes, powered by automobile engines.
Photo of Pietenpol Workshop and Garage
Preston Brewery
Bluff St., Preston
Oldest known surviving industrial structure in Fillmore County, built ca. 1859.
Photo of Preston Brewery
Preston Overlook
on Minnesota Highway 52, Preston
Rustic-style overlook for motoring public designed by landscape architect Arthur R. Nichols and built in 1937-38 for state highway department by National Reemployment Service workers.
Photo of Preston Overlook
Quickstad Farm Implement Company
Mill St., Preston
Two-building complex (1875, 1901) built to house agricultural equipment manufacturing company founded by Norwegian immigrant Peter E. Quickstad.
Photo of Quickstad Farm Implement Company
R.R. Greer, Dry Goods Store
115 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Red Hotel
xxx Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Robert's Saloon
121 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Root River Oil Company Storage Facilities
off Norway Dr., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Rushford City Mill
301 Winona St., Rushford
Stone mill built in 1875 to serve Minnesota's first significant wheat-growing and flour-milling region.
Photo of Rushford City Mill
Rushford Wagon and Carriage Company
Elm St. and Park, Rushford
Stone factory building where Rushford Wagons were made; sole survivor of large manufacturing complex built in 1872.
Photo of Rushford Wagon and Carriage Company
saloon
119 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Scanlan General Store
100 Coffee St. E., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Scanlan Hall
103 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Scanlan-Habberstad Bank & Trust Company Bldg.
118 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Scanlon, Michael, House
708 Parkway Ave. S., Lanesboro
Large frame Queen Anne residence built ca. 1892 for prominent businessman and state legislator.
Photo of Michael Scanlon House
Schatz Jewelry Store
116 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Schroeder Saloon
108-110 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
South Behring Building
102-104 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Southern Minnesota Depot
Elm St. and Pickle Alley, Rushford
Frame passenger depot andsecond-story stationmaster's quarters built in 1867; last vestige of Southern Minnesota Railroad still on original site.
Photo of Southern Minnesota Depot
Spies and Son Dry Goods Store
117 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Spring Valley Carnegie Library
201 S. Broadway, Spring Valley
Beaux Arts brick-and-stone building designed by H. J. Amlic; an early (1904) Carnegie-funded library in Minnesota.
Photo of Spring Valley Carnegie Library
Spring Valley Mausoleum
Spring Valley Cemetery, Spring Valley
Massive stone building constructed in 1913–14 by Minnesota Mausoleum Company to represent community's progressive self-image.
Photo of Spring Valley Mausoleum
Spring Valley Methodist Episcopal Church
221 W. Courtland St., Spring Valley
Late Gothic, polychrome brick-and-stone church built in 1876–78, with large set of stained and painted glass windows.
Photo of Spring Valley Methodist Episcopal Church
Steffens, Ephraim, House
404 N. Broadway, Spring Valley
Victorian brick residence reflecting town's commercial prosperity, built in 1877 for local entrepreneur, financier, and politician.
Photo of Ephraim Steffens House
Stockdill Drugstore
115 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Strong, William, House
508 N. Huron Ave., Spring Valley
French Second Empire brick residence built for prosperous banker in 1879 during community's early boom years.
Photo of William Strong House
Strong, William, House
Co. Hwy. 12, Carimona Twp.
Brick residence built in late 1850s; only surviving remnant of county's earliest settlement and one-time county seat.
Photo of William Strong House
tailor shop
100 Parkway St. S., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Thauwald Mortuary
110 Front St., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Thoeny Building
118 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Thompson & Thompson Store
101 Parkway St. N., Lanesboro
Located in Lanesboro Historic District
Tunnel Mill
off Co. Hwy. 1, Sumner Twp.
Waterpowered grist mill built in 1871 by local miller J. A. Stout, who tunneled through bedrock to reroute creek for power.
Photo of Tunnel Mill
Walker and Valentine House
504 High St., Rushford
Stone house built in 1859–61 by two of Rushford's founders and milling entrepreneurs, Hiram Walker and Roswell H. Valentine.
Photo of Walker and Valentine House
Wendorf Dry Goods Store
101 Gold St. N., Wykoff
Located in Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Wykoff Commercial Historic District
100 S. Gold - 123 N. Gold St., Wykoff
Group of mostly brick commercial buildings in town's compact commercial center, built largely after 1890s fire.
Photo of Wykoff Commercial Historic District
Freeborn County
Albert Lea City Hall
212 N. Broadway Ave., Albert Lea
Romanesque Revival municipal building designed by E. F. Warren in 1903 to house city offices, fire station, and jail.
Photo of Albert Lea City Hall
Albert Lea City Hall
202 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
vicinity of N. Broadway Ave. and Water and E. Main Sts., Albert Lea
Concentration of late-19th- and early-20th-century commercial buildings comprising city's central retail and business district.
Photo of Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Albert Lea Post Office
141 S. Newton Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Albert Lea Public Library
146 W. College St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Albert Lea State Bank
201-203 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Armstrong Block
118-126 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
bakery
127 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Beatrice Bessesen Theater Building
220-222 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Bessesen Building
208 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
bindery and printers
121 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Blacklin Building
202-204 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Blackmer Building
128 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
boot and shoe store
129 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
boot and shoe store
125 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Borland Grocers/Ransom Building
215 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Boyum Tailor Shop
214 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Broadway Theatre
336-346 S. Braoadway Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
butcher shop
137 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Century Building
228 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Depot
606 S. Broadway, Albert Lea
Brick passenger/freight depot with open bay, built in 1914 to serve region's commercial and shipping center.
Photo of Chicago Milwaukee Saint Paul and Pacific Depot
Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery
Main St. E. and Independence Ave., Clarks Grove
State-of-the-art brick creamery with meeting hall, built in 1927 by state's first cooperative creamery association.
Photo of Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery
commercial building
101-105 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
115 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
117-119 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
216-218 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
238 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
112-114 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
134 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
310 S. Broadway Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
commercial building
330 S. Broadway Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
111-113 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
115 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
119-123 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
125-129 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
131 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
201 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
212 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
216 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
218 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
222-224 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
126 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
134-140 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
146 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
206 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
218-220 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
115 W. College St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
119 W. College St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
120 Elizabeth Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
120-122 W. Main St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
132-136 W. Main St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
133-141 W. Main St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
115 N. Newton Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
113-115 S. Newton Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
115-119 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
120 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
130 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
201-205 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
214 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
216 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
218 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
126 W. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
130 W. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
134 W. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
138 W. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
116-118 Washington Ave. S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
126 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Building
130-132 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Commercial Buildings
123-133 E. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
confectionery store
108 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Danish Brotherhood Society Lodge
137 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
drug store and grocery
106-110 Clark W., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
dry goods and grocery store
101 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Eagle Building
204-208 S. Washington Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Emstad's Liquors
101 S. Newton Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Fireman's Hall and Masonic Temple
143-147 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Albert Lea
143 W. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
First National Bank
139 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Freeborn County Oil Co-Op
226 E. Clark St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
furniture and printing shops
116-120 Clark W., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
furniture store
123 Broadway N., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Garage
130 W. College St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Gas Station
114 S. Newton Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Gulbrandson Hardware Company
314 S. Broadway Ave., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
harness shop
214 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Hatteburg Building (razed)
126-130 E. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Hellie Apartments
133 W. William St., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District
Henry J. Harm Jewelry Store
211 Broadway S., Albert Lea
Located in Albert Lea Commercial Historic District