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Architecture of Minnesota

04 November 2010

1887 – Andrew Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Published in American Architect and Building News.

04 November 2010

1897 – Hamline University Hall of Science, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes The Hall of Science, dedicated on January 5, 1888, was a massive three-story red brick building that stood between Goheen Hall and Old Main. It contained recitation and lecture...

04 November 2010

1890 – Central Presbyterian Church, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Designed by Warren H. Hayes, a leading architect of churches in the United States and Canada during the late 19th century. Hayes’ work holds a significant place in its...

04 November 2010

1909 – St. Louis Church, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Emmanuel Louis Masqueray Officially the Church of St. Louis, King of France, this was the third site of worship established by the French Canadians in the river town of St. Paul. Designed...

04 November 2010

1874 – Church of the Assumption, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Joseph Reidel The Church of the Assumption was founded in 1856 by Bishop Joseph Cretin and served newly arrived immigrants from Ireland, France and Germany. Ground was broken for the first church...

04 November 2010

1915 – Hamm Building, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Toltz, King & Day The Hamm Building is a 1915 limestone, terra cotta, and brick commercial building in Saint Paul, Minnesota; its ornamentation is exceptional. It is listed on the National Register...

04 November 2010

1968 – Ecolab Corporate Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Hammel Green & Abrahamson This is the purest example of an International Style building in Saint Paul. The clean, simple lines of the stainless steel and black granite were chosen to promote...

04 November 2010

1992 – Minnesota History Centre, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Hammel Green & Abrahamson The Minnesota History Center design was selected through a national competition. The winning design is an L-shaped configuration set into a hillsidel. On two sides, the building facade...

03 November 2010

1935 – 360 Wabasba Street, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Now part of the Ecolab campus, this is a fine corner building in an Art Deco design.


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