One of the original Buffalo River colony cabins

One of the original Buffalo River colony cabins

One of the original Buffalo River colony cabins, built in 1879 and restored by Orabel Thortvedt, granddaughter of Olav Thortvedt. Photograph by Cal Olson, June 1, 1955. Used with the permission of North Dakota State University Archives.

LeDuc Historic Estate

Finished in the mid-1860s after years of logistical and financial challenges, the LeDuc Historic Estate in Hastings is an excellent example of the Gothic Revival style. It is also one of the few surviving homes designed by influential architect and horticulturist Andrew Jackson Downing.

LeDuc Historic Estate dining room

Dining room inside LeDuc Historic Estate

Dining room inside the LeDuc historic estate, 1961.

Bedroom inside LeDuc Historic Estate

Bedroom inside LeDuc Historic Estate

A bedroom inside the LeDuc historic estate, 1961.

Members of the LeDuc family in front of their estate

Members of the LeDuc family in front of their estate

Members of the LeDuc family in front of their estate, ca. 1910.

Porch of the LeDuc Historic estate

Front porch of LeDuc Historic Estate

The front porch of the LeDuc historic estate, Hastings, ca. 1894.

LeDuc Historic Estate

LeDuc Historic Estate

LeDuc historic estate, 1893.

William Gates LeDuc at home

William Gates LeDuc at home

William Gates LeDuc seated at his desk in his home, 1890.

LeDuc Historic Estate

The LeDuc historic estate, Hastings, 1869.

LeDuc Historic Estate

LeDuc Historic Estate

Side view of the LeDuc historic estate, Hastings. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user Jonathunder, March 31, 2015. GNU free documentation license version 1.2.

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