Color image of the Stickney Inn and Store, looking east, July 2014. Photographed by Amy Lucas.

Stickney Inn and Store, looking east

Stickney Inn and Store, looking east, July 2014. Photographed by Amy Lucas.

Stickney Inn

Horace Stickney built the Stickney Inn and Store in 1929 at mile marker 78.75 in Schroeder, Minnesota. The two-story Tudor Revival-style building is located on the south side of the scenic North Shore Drive (Highway 61) near the west bank of the Cross River and is situated on .47 acres. After a 2002 renovation, the building became the Cross River Heritage Center, operated by the Schroeder Area Historical Society.

Color image of the Francis residence at 2092 Sargent Avenue, St. Paul, 2016. Photographed by Paul Nelson.

The Francis residence at 2092 Sargent Avenue, St. Paul

The Francis residence at 2092 Sargent Avenue, St. Paul, 2016. Photographed by Paul Nelson.

Black and white photograph of the buildings of the Kiewel Brewing Company in Crookston, ca. 1910s

Kiewel Brewing Company

The buildings of the Kiewel Brewing Company in Crookston, ca. 1910s. The building on the right still stands in 2017.

Black and white photograph of the original buildings of the Crookston Brewing Company, ca. 1890s.

Crookston Brewing Company

The original buildings of the Crookston Brewing Company, ca. 1890s. The building on the left burned down shortly after Kiewel bought the property; it was later replaced.

Black and white photograph of the exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, ca. 1883.

Exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

The exterior of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Currie, ca. 1880s.

Black and white photograph of First Baptist Church on South Ash Street, Crookston, ca. 1900s.

First Baptist Church, Crookston

First Baptist Church on South Ash Street, Crookston, ca. 1900s.

Black and white photograph of Sinclair Lewis’ childhood home, December 1975. Photographed by Henry Harren.

Sinclair Lewis’ childhood home

Sinclair Lewis’ childhood home, December 1975. Photographed by Henry Harren.

Color image of the first home built in Hanover, 2010.

First home built in Hanover

The first home built in Hanover, 2010.

Black and white photograph of Louis Strunk Meat Market, originally printed in The Great Northwest Magazine, December 1909.

Louis Strunk Meat Market

Louis Strunk Meat Market, originally printed in The Great Northwest Magazine, December 1909.

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