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Peavey-Haglin Experimental Concrete Grain Elevator (National Historic Landmark)
  
First circular reinforced-concrete grain elevator, engineered in 1899–1900 by Charles F. Haglin for grain merchant Frank H. Peavey.

County:  Hennepin
Address:  Mn. Hwys. 7 and 100
City or Township:  St. Louis Park
Listing Date:  December 19, 1978
Significance Level:   National
Criteria:   C (see criteria)
Date:   1899
Style:  
Architect:   Haglin, Charles F.
Theme:   engineering, industry, invention
Historic Functions:   Storage
Current Functions:  
Foundation Material:   Concrete
Roof Material:   None Listed
Wall Material:   Concrete


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