Expert Essay: Architectural historian Larry Millett, author of Lost Twin Cities and numerous other books, offers a colorful tour of notable Minnesota buildings and building styles, from American Indian burial mounds to Beaux Arts monuments and suburban big boxes.
These three residential buildings comprised the campus of Graham Hall from 1902–1915. They were located on First Avenue in Minneapolis, just south of downtown, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets. Image is from the Graham Hall annual catalog, 1909–1910.
The Hinkly House, built in 1892 by R. B. Hinkly using Sioux quartzite mined from a quarry where the Blue Mounds State Park is located, 2007. From the photograph collection of the Luverne Chamber of Commerce.