Black and white photograph of the horse barn at the Northwest Experiment Station.

Horse Barn

The horse barn, built in 1902, also had an addition to store buggies and wagons.

Black and white photograph of the machine shed and elevator on the grounds of the Northwest Experiment Station were built in 1913.

Machine Shed and Elevator

The machine shed and elevator on the grounds of the Northwest Experiment Station were built in 1913.

Black and white photograph of the Anoka Post Office, located on the south-east corner of Main Street and Third Avenue, undated.

Anoka Post Office

Exterior view of the Anoka Post Office, located on the south-east corner of Main Street and Third Avenue, undated.

Black and white photograph of in-progress construction of the Anoka Post Office interior, October 2, 1916.

Anoka Post Office Interior Construction

In-progress construction of the Anoka Post Office interior, October 2, 1916.

Black and white photograph of in-progress construction of the Anoka Post Office, July 5, 1916.

Anoka Post Office construction

In-progress construction of the Anoka Post Office, July 5, 1916.

Black and white photograph of the lobby of the Anoka Post Office during construction, looking west, March 1, 1917.

Lobby of Anoka Post Office

Lobby of the Anoka Post Office during construction, looking west, March 1, 1917.

Black and white photograph of a the mail carrier’s (men’s) toilet inside the Anoka Post Office, January 11, 1917.

Bathroom in Anoka Post Office

Mail carrier’s (men’s) toilet inside the Anoka Post Office, January 11, 1917.

Color image of the Historic Post Office building in Anoka, 2008. Photographed by Wikimedia Commons user Elkman.

Historic Post Office, Anoka

Historic Post Office building in Anoka, 2008. Photographed by Wikimedia Commons user Elkman.

Anoka Post Office

Designed by the famed Minnesota architect James Knox Taylor, Anoka’s oldest extant public building, built in 1916, is known for its classic Georgian Revival style.

Exterior of Minnesota Building with Morton gneiss at sidewalk level

Minnesota Building

The exterior of the Minnesota Building (St. Paul), which features Morton gneiss at the sidewalk level. Photograph by Paul Nelson, July 1, 2017.

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