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New Ulm Post Office
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Unique adaptation of German Renaissance style, built in 1909 of brick and locally manufactured concrete Artstone, with stepped gables and dormers.

County:  Brown
Address:  Center St. and Broadway
City or Township:  New Ulm
Listing Date:  April 28, 1970
Nomination:  70000287.pdf
Significance Level:   State
Criteria:   A, C (see criteria)
Date:   1909
Style:   Renaissance Revival
Architect:   Taylor, James Knox
Theme:   architecture, ethnic heritage-European
Historic Functions:   Post Office
Current Functions:   Post Office
Foundation Material:   None Listed
Roof Material:   Slate
Wall Material:   Brick, Granite

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