Color image of the Carnegie Library, 120 North Ash Street, Crookston, 2016.

Carnegie Library, 120 North Ash Street, Crookston

The Carnegie Building, designed by Bert Keck in 1904, completed in 1908, 2016.

Black and white photograph of a library building designed by Keck in 1904 and completed in 1908. Located at 120 North Ash Street.

Carnegie Library, Crookston, Minnesota

Library building designed by Keck in 1904 and completed in 1908. Located at 120 North Ash Street.

Postcard featuring Franklin Elementary School, designed by Keck in 1908.

Franklin School, Crookston, Minnesota

Postcard featuring Franklin Elementary School, designed by Keck in 1908. The school was located at 517 South Ash Street in the Woods Addition (a neighborhood inside Crookston).

Color image of the home Keck designed in 1913 for Crookston businessman Felix Fournet, 2015. Currently owned by Jon and Jo Bittner, Crookston.

234 Houston Avenue, Crookston, Minnesota

The home Keck designed in 1913 for Crookston businessman Felix Fournet, 2015. Currently owned by Jon and Jo Bittner, Crookston.

Color image of the home Keck designed in 1908 for himself and his family, 2015.

716 North Broadway

The home Keck designed in 1908 for himself and his family, 2015. Currently owned by Dave and Jan Aamoth, Crookston.

Black and white photograph of a table fountain in the dining room of Bert Keck’s home, ca. 1912.

Keck table fountain

A table fountain in the dining room of Bert Keck’s home, ca. 1912.

Black and white photograph of the living room of the Keck family home, ca. 1912.

Keck living room, 716 North Broadway, Crookston, Minnesota

The living room of the Keck family home, ca. 1912.

Keck’s home at 716 North Broadway in Crookston, complete with floor plan, featured in Western Architect magazine, April 1912.

Keck’s home at 716 North Broadway in Crookston

Keck’s home at 716 North Broadway in Crookston, complete with floor plan, featured in Western Architect magazine, April 1912.

Color image of a building designed by Bert Keck in 1907 for jeweler Tom Morris, who occupied the flat above his jewelry store as his living quarters, 2016.

Morris Building

Building designed by Bert Keck in 1907 for jeweler Tom Morris, who occupied the flat above his jewelry store as his living quarters, 2016.

Color image of a home designed by Bert Keck in 1915 for Crookston realtor Clarence Lumpkin, 2016.

509 Holly Avenue, Crookston, Minnesota

Home designed by Bert Keck in 1915 for Crookston realtor Clarence Lumpkin, 2016.

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