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Minnesota State Sanatorium for Consumptives (Ah-Gwah-Ching)
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First state-operated facility for treatment of tuberculosis, opened in 1907; earliest buildings designed by State Architect Clarence H. Johnston Sr.

County:  Cass
Address:  7232 Ah-Gwah-Ching Rd. N.W.
City or Township:  Shingobee Twp.
Listing Date:  July 25, 2001
Nomination:  01000766.pdf
Significance Level:   State
Criteria:   A, C (see criteria)
Date:   1907
Style:   Colonial Revival, Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals, Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival
Architect:   Johnston, Clarence H., Sr., Schmidt, Garden & Erikson, Sund, Englebret & Dunham, Arthur
Theme:   architecture, health/medicine
Historic Functions:   Hospital
Current Functions:   Sanitarium
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