Porter Kelsey House

The Porter Kelsey house was built in Andover in 1887 from materials produced by the owner’s own brickyard. In 2020, it is one of the few structures built with Kelsey Brickyard brick that still stands in Anoka County.

Camp Rabideau, Chippewa National Forest south of Blackduck, Minnesota, 2013. Photograph by Wikimedia user McGhiever. CC BY-SA 3.0.

Building at Camp Rabideau

Camp Rabideau, Chippewa National Forest south of Blackduck, Minnesota, 2013. Photograph by Wikimedia user McGhiever. CC BY-SA 3.0.

The picnic shelter at CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Picnic shelter at Camp Rabideau

The picnic shelter at CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Interior view of the army officer’s quarters (Building 13), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Army officer headquarters (interior)

Interior view of the army officer’s quarters (Building 13), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Interior view of a barracks (Building 11), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Barracks at Camp Rabideau (interior)

Interior view of a barracks (Building 11), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Exterior view of a barracks (Building 11), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Barracks at Camp Rabideau (exterior)

Exterior view of a barracks (Building 11), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Exterior view of the mess hall (Building 8), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Mess hall at Camp Rabideau (exterior)

Exterior view of the mess hall (Building 8), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

South (front) view of the recreation hall (Building 8), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Recreation hall at Camp Rabideau

South (front) view of the recreation hall (Building 8), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Classroom in the education building (Building 7), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry  Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Education building at Camp Rabideau (interior)

Classroom in the education building (Building 7), CCC Camp Rabideau F-50. Photo by Jerry
Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Northwest section of CCC Camp Rabideau F-50, looking southwest, with (left to right) barracks, education building, barracks, and recreation hall. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

Northwest section of Camp Rabideau

Northwest section of CCC Camp Rabideau F-50, looking southwest, with (left to right) barracks, education building, barracks, and recreation hall. Photo by Jerry Mathiason, 1994. From box 1 (144.G.8.4F) of Historic American Buildings Survey records related to Minnesota structures, 1882-2001, 1883. Manuscripts Collection, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul.

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