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Black and white photograph of St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral, Minneapolis, 1905.

St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral in Minneapolis

St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral, Minneapolis, 1905.

Black and white photograph of the original St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral building in Minneapolis, 1888.

The original St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral building

The original St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral building in Minneapolis, 1888.

Color image of the exterior of St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral in Minneapolis. Photographed by Paul Nelson on June 10, 2014.

St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral

Exterior of St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral in Minneapolis. Photographed by Paul Nelson on June 10, 2014.

St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral, Minneapolis

St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral was completed in 1906. It is the home church of a small community of Rusyns (also called Ruthenians or Carpatho-Ruthenians) who immigrated to Minneapolis from the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the late nineteenth century.

Black and white photograph of Mount Sinai Hospital, 1962.

Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai Hospital, 1962.

Black and white photograph of Mount Sinai Hospital, c.1950

Mount Sinai Hospital

Mount Sinai Hospital, c.1950

Black and white photograph of the construction site of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, April 23, 1923.

Neighborhood House under construction, St. Paul

Construction site of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, April 23, 1923.

Color image of the Fournier House, c.1995.

Fournier House

The Fournier House, c.1995.

Color image of the Fournier House, 2008.

The Fournier House

The Fournier House, 2008. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user Elkman.

Fournier House

The Fournier House was designed by architect Lawrence A. Fournier and built in 1910. The house blends early Prairie School-style elements with a more dominant Arts and Crafts style. It is also one of the first homes built in North Minneapolis.

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