The Emerson Hadley House in Saint Paul

October 27th, 2017

Renowned architect Cass Gilbert designed this Georgian Revival home in 1895 for Emerson and Mary Hadley, a prominent St. Paul attorney, at a cost of $8000. Originally (as shown in the photo below)...

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The Schneider Tavern in Frontenac

September 16th, 2017

Built in 1862 by Engelbert Haller and Kasper Koch, this lovely Greek Revival building was originally built to operate as a general store and served as the township's stagecoach stop; however, two ...

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The Judson Bishop House in St. Paul

August 19th, 2017

Built in 1882, this grand home was commissioned by Judson Wade Bishop of the Second Minnesota Regiment and designed by architect Abraham M. Radcliffe. Featuring a limestone and Kasota stone fo...

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The Wadsworth Williams Tudor Revival Home in Minneapolis

June 19th, 2017

Designed by architect William Kenyon for Wadsworth and Ida Williams in 1931, the home has known only three owners durings its life. Mr. Williams was born in 1875 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, movin...

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The Vasa Children’s Home

June 2nd, 2017

When Hans Mattson immigrated from Sweden and founded "Mattson's Settement" in 1853, along with other Swedish farmers, little did he know how his small town would hold so much hope for others. (He ...

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The Anton Gag and Wanda Gag House in New Ulm

April 3rd, 2017

This fascinating Queen Anne Victorian home was built in 1894 by Anton Gag as the beginning of what would become a large family of seven children with his second wife Lizzie. Anton was born in Boh...

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The John Hutchinson House in Faribault

March 23rd, 2017

Sitting high on a lot amongst some of the oldest and most prestigious homes in Faribault is a lovely Queen Anne Victorian home that was built in 1892 for John Hutchinson, a prominent and successfu...

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The E. S. Hoyt House in Red Wing

February 11th, 2017

Known as one of Minnesota's best examples of the Prairie School style, as well as one of the finest designed by its architects, William Purcell and George Elmslie, this modern home for the time wa...

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The W. W. Mayo House

January 30th, 2017

Located in the small town of Le Sueur, Minnesota is a very small house that drivers could easily travel by without knowing it's historical significance. Listed on the National Registry of Histori...

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The Charles Schwartz Stone House and Barn

September 4th, 2016

Nestled down a quiet country lane just north of Ottawa Township sits a picturesque property along the eastern bluff of the Minnesota River. Christened “Bur Oaks” by the current owners who have...

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