Color image of a building designed by Bert Keck in 1907 for jeweler Tom Morris, who occupied the flat above his jewelry store as his living quarters, 2016.

Morris Building

Building designed by Bert Keck in 1907 for jeweler Tom Morris, who occupied the flat above his jewelry store as his living quarters, 2016.

Color image of a home designed by Bert Keck in 1915 for Crookston realtor Clarence Lumpkin, 2016.

509 Holly Avenue, Crookston, Minnesota

Home designed by Bert Keck in 1915 for Crookston realtor Clarence Lumpkin, 2016.

Color image of a home designed by Bert Keck for Crookston’s bandleader, G. Oliver Riggs, 2016.

234 Washington Avenue, Crookston, Minnesota

Home designed by Bert Keck for Crookston’s bandleader, G. Oliver Riggs, 2016.

Bert Keck as pictured in the Compendium of History and Biography of Polk County, published by W. H. Bingham and Company, 1916.

Bert Keck

Bert Keck as pictured in the Compendium of History and Biography of Polk County, published by W. H. Bingham and Company, 1916.

Keck, Bert D. (1876–1962)

Bert D. Keck was an architect who moved to Crookston, Minnesota, in 1902. His Neo-classical and Romanesque designs for Crookston’s costliest and most significant public buildings changed the skyline of the town. Three of his structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Glensheen, 2015.

Glensheen Mansion

Glensheen, 2015.

Glensheen, 2007. Photograph by Flickr user Brendan Riley.

Glensheen, Duluth

Glensheen, 2007. Photograph by Flickr user Brendan Riley.

Black and white photograph of William A. French, Glensheen’s interior designer and decorator, 1941.

William A. French

William A. French, Glensheen’s interior designer and decorator, 1941.

Glensheen bedroom, undated.

Glensheen bedroom

Glensheen bedroom, undated.

Glensheen breakfast room, undated.

Glensheen breakfast room

Glensheen breakfast room, undated.

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