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Ad Keck placed in Stuart, Florida, when he moved there in 1925 and set up an architectural practice.
This copy of a clipping from the newspaper shows the importance of Bert Keck in the community of Crookston and depicts Central High School and the home at 509 Holly Avenue, ca. 1915.
This Romanesque-style building featuring a rare three steeple design was the design of Bert Keck in 1913 and cost $60,000 to build. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Armory was designed by Bert Keck in 1915 and remains standing at 416 North Broadway in Crookston.
High School designed by Bert Keck in 1915 and described in the publication The American School Board Journal of New York. It was located on East Third Street between Elm and Broadway streets.
Neo-classical style is featured in this building, designed by Bert Keck in 1910. The building was located at 218 North Ash Street, across the street from Central High School.
The Ionic columns seen inside and out of the Carnegie Building represent the Neo-classical bent of Bert Keck in his designs of public buildings, 2016.
Sign on Carnegie Building, 120 North Ash Street, designed by Bert Keck, 2016.
The Carnegie Building, designed by Bert Keck in 1904, completed in 1908, 2016.
Library building designed by Keck in 1904 and completed in 1908. Located at 120 North Ash Street.
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