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6/11/2009: Capitol Hill/Cathedral Hill Architectural and House History Hike (St. Paul)

6/11/2009: Capitol Hill/Cathedral Hill Architectural and House History Hike (St. Paul:) Hike Directions

Start: Meet at the northwest corner of Rice Street and Aurora Avenue.

Proceed West: Proceed one block on Aurora Avenue to Marion Street

441 Rice Street: Berean Church of God in Christ; Built in 1950.

175 Aurora Avenue: Minnesota AFL-CIO Federation of Labor Building; Built in 1965.

Proceed South: Turn left and proceed south along Marion Street to the Western Sculpture Park

387 Marion Street: Western Sculpture Park; Established in 1998.

Proceed West: Turn right and proceed westerly through the Western Sculpture Park to Ravoux Street

Proceed West: Turn left and proceed west on Ravoux Street to Farrington Street

Proceed West: Turn left and proceed west on Farrington Street to the St. Anthony Avenue/I-94 frontage road

Proceed West: Turn right and proceed along the St. Anthony Avenue/I-94 frontage road to Western Avenue

Proceed South: Turn left and proceed south along Western Avenue to Laurel Avenue

227 Western Avenue North: Built in 1884.

225 Western Avenue North: Built in 1884.

355 Marshall Avenue: Former St. Joseph's Academy/Christ's Household of Faith. The oldest of the four buildings built in 1864.

393 Marshall Avenue West: Northern Star Council, Boy Scouts of America. Built in 1966.

204-208 Western Avenue North: Former Marquette Apartments/Former Westholm Apartments. Built in 1919.

198 Western Avenue North: Built in 1900.

191 Western Avenue North: Built in 1884.

175 Western Avenue North: Built in 1900.

360-378 Selby Avenue: Dakotah Building/W. A. Frost Restaurant; Built in 1886 (1889 according to Ramsey County) and renovated in 1974; Romanesque Revival in style; Hennessey, Agnew & Cox, original architects; Hennessey brothers, original builders.

165 Western Avenue North: Albion Hotel/Angus Hotel/Blair Flats/The Blair Arcade. Built in 1888 (1887 and modified in 1893 and 1911 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian/Late Victorian/High Victorian/Queen Anne in style; William H. Thomas and Hermann Kretz, architects.

151 Western Avenue North: Former Creelman Apartments. Built in 1917.

136 Western Avenue North: Former Western Apartments. Built in 1919.

135 Western Avenue North: Former Tazewell Apartments. Built in 1918; Prairie School in style.

Proceed West: Turn right and proceed west along Laurel Avenue to 481 Laurel Avenue

385 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1918.

391 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1918.

394 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1887.

400 Laurel Avenue: Site of the former Bailey/Comstock House; Built in 1900.

402-404 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1896.

403 Laurel Avenue: George C. Power/Walter A. Scott House; Built in 1914 (1900 according to Ramsey County.)

406 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1890.

407 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1884.

408 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1890.

409 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1888; Shingle in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

410 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1885; Hall & McDougall, architects.

411 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1900.

415 Laurel Avenue: Robert A. Kirk House; Built in 1885 (1889 according to Ramsey County;) Eastlake in style; Thomas & Kretz, architects.

416 Laurel Avenue: Gordon/Flagg House; Built in 1882 (1890 according to Ramsey County;) Colonial Revival in style; Edward Bassford, architect.

419 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1871; Eastlake in style.

422 Laurel Avenue: Chauncey Griggs/Howard House; Built in 1890 (1883 according to Ramsey County;) Eastlake in style; D. W. Millard, architect.

427 Laurel Avenue: Dr. Alex Wall House; Built in 1900 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Italianate in style.

434 Laurel Avenue: O'Neil Flats/Former St. Elmo's Apartments; Built in 1891 (1894 according to Ramsey County;) Romanesque Revival in style; C. A. Clarke, architect.

438 Laurel Avenue: St. Elmo Apartments; Built in 1920 (1894 according to Ramsey County;) Romanesque Revival in style.

444 Laurel Avenue: A. Guthrie House; Built in 1880; Bungalow in style.

445 Laurel Avenue: Pascal Smith House; Built in 1885; Tudor Revival in style.

452 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1880; Stick in style.

457 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1914; Bungalow in style.

458 Laurel Avenue: Dr. Anton Shimoneck House; Built in 1882 (1890 according to Ramsey County;) Stick in style; C. A. Wildung, builder.

459 Laurel Avenue: Knave/Greer House; Built in 1889 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Italianate in style.

466 Laurel Avenue: Andrew Muir House; Built in 1900; Queen Anne in style; A. F. Gauger, architect.

469 Laurel Avenue: Ferdinand Willius House; Built in 1892; Classical Revival in style; Millard & Joy, architects.

472 Laurel Avenue: Kolff/Dabrey House; Built in 1880 (1888 according to Ramsey County;) Stick in style; Mould, architect.

475-477 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1892; Classical Revival in style; F. T. Clarke, architect.

476 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1912; Colonial Revival in style; F. A. Clarke and Carl Peterson, architects.

477 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1892.

479 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1892.

481 Laurel Avenue: San Mateo Flats/F. Scott Fitzgerald Birthplace. Built in 1892.

482 Laurel Avenue: Built in 1880 (1882 according to Ramsey County;) Italianate in style; Herman Tassman, architect.

Proceed East: Reverse direction and proceed east along Laurel Avenue to Arundel Street

Proceed South: Turn right and proceed south on Arundel Street to Holly Avenue

120 Arundel Street: Built in 1894.

95 Arundel Street: Patricia Harvey Residence; Built in 1999.

88 Arundel Street: Built in 1913 (1955 according to Ramsey County;) Classical Revival in style.

86 Arundel Street: Built in 1913 (1955 according to Ramsey County;) Classical Revival in style.

80-82 Arundel Street: Built in 1915 (1914 according to Ramsey County;) Prairie School/Mission in style.

78 Arundel Street: Built in 1900.

Proceed West: Turn right and proceed west on Holly Avenue to 514 Holly Avenue and then to Mackubin Avenue

428-436 Holly Avenue: Built in 1882 (1915 according to Ramsey County;) Spanish Colonial Revival in style.

429 Holly Avenue: Built in 1881; Italianate in style.

433 Holly Avenue: C. M. Dittman House; Built in 1884; Queen Anne in style.

442 Holly Avenue: Built in 1925; Classical Revival in style.

443 Holly Avenue: Built in 1902; Tudor Revival in style.

444 Holly Avenue: Built in 1913.

446 Holly Avenue: Built in 1905 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival in style.

454 Holly Avenue: S. L. Moore House; Built in 1889 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style.

457 Holly Avenue: E. H. Bailey House; Built in 1892 (1897 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style.

458 Holly Avenue: J. W. Stevens House; Built in 1880 (1888 according to Ramsey County;) Shingle in style; J. W. Stevens, architect.

459 Holly Avenue: E. H. Bailey House; Built in 1895 (1886 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Cass Gilbert and James Knox Taylor, architects.

461 Holly Avenue: Edward Sawyer House; Built in 1889 (1891 according to Ramsey County;) Colonial Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

462 Holly Avenue: George Grant House; Built in 1905 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; George Grant, architect.

467 Holly Avenue: C. H. Clark House; Built in 1906 (1887 according to Ramsey County;) Colonial Revival in style; Millard & Joy, architects.

472 Holly Avenue: William George House/Philip Francis McQuillan and Louisa McQuillan House; Built in 1890 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Romanesque Revival in style.

475 Holly Avenue: Hudson/Gilbert House; Built in 1888 (1887 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Dowling & Ruse, architects.

477 Holly Avenue: O. C. Green House; Built in 1897 (1887 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style.

478 Holly Avenue: C. C. DeCoster House; Built in 1889 (1887 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; D. W. Millard, architect.

482 Holly Avenue: William Catzson House; Built in 1914 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) E. P. Bassford, architect.

488 Holly Avenue: Built in 1896.

489 Holly Avenue: Built in 1890.

490-492 Holly Avenue: Built in 1897 (1908 according to Ramsey County.)

493 Holly Avenue: Built in 1900; Classical Revival in style.

496 Holly Avenue: Holly Flats; Built in 1889 (1896 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Ganeer, architect.

500-502 Holly Avenue: Built in 1883.

501 Holly Avenue: Built in 1885.

505 Holly Avenue: Holly Row; Built in 1887 (1885 according to the Ramsey County;) Richardsonian Romanesque in style; James Chisholm, architect.

507 Holly Avenue: Holly Row; Built in 1887 (1885 according to the Ramsey County;) Richardsonian Romanesque in style; James Chisholm, architect.

509 Holly Avenue: Holly Row/Fitzgerald Family Residence; Built in 1887 (1885 according to the Ramsey County;) Richardsonian Romanesque/Romanesque brownstone in style; James Chisholm, architect.

512-514 Holly Avenue: Former Fitzgerald Family Residence; Built in 1906; Classical Revival in style.

520 Holly Avenue: J. L. Brass House; Built in 1890; Queen Anne in style.

Proceed South: Turn left and proceed south on Mackubin Avenue to Portland Avenue

71-79 Mackubin Street: Built in 1885; Romanesque Revival in style.

43 Mackubin Street: Built in 1900; Queen Anne in style.

41 Mackubin Street: Built in 1882; Queen Anne in style.

Proceed West: Turn right and proceed west on Portland Avenue to Dale Street

493-495 Portland Avenue: Fred Bigelow House; Built in 1904 (1909 according to Ramsey County;) Tudor Revival in style; Thomas Holyoke, architect.

496 Portland Avenue: Caroline Gotzian House; Built in 1884 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival in style.

501 Portland Avenue: Built in 1880.

502 Portland Avenue: P. Baldy House; Built in 1892; Georgian Revival in style.

506 Portland Avenue: C. D. O'Brien House; Built in 1887 (1893 according to Ramsey County;) Colonial Revival in style.

512 Portland Avenue: Built in 1900.

513-515 Portland Avenue: Rev. Edward Duffield Neill House; Built in 1890 (1881 according to Ramsey County;) Classical Revival in style.

523 Portland Avenue: Howard/Ordway House; Built in 1913 (1889 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Mould & McNicol, architects.

524-526 Portland Avenue: J. R. Hudson House; Built in 1907 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; J. Walter Stevens, architect.

528 Portland Avenue: Built in 1904.

529 Portland Avenue: O. L. Taylor House; Built in 1901 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Mould, architect.

533 Portland Avenue: Built in 1884; Queen Anne in style.

536 Portland Avenue: Built in 1904; Georgian Revival in style.

541 Portland Avenue: C. J. Berryhill House; Built in 1896 (1890 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; George Wirth, architect.

542 Portland Avenue: Built in 1910 (1908 according to Ramsey County;) Colonial Revival in style.

544 Portland Avenue: Built in 1888.

546 Portland Avenue: Built in 1888.

548-554 Portland Avenue: Portland Terrace/Bookstaver House; Built in 1890 (1885 according to Ramsey County;) Italian Renaissance/Romanesque Revival in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

549 Portland Avenue: L. W. Bunn House; Built in 1905 (1886 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style.

550-552-554 Portland Avenue: Bookstaver House; Built in 1885; Romanesque Revival in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

555-559 Portland Avenue: Church of St. John the Evangelist; Built in 1888 (1903 and 1955 according to Ramsey County;) Gothic Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

565 Portland Avenue: The Kennington Apartments; Built in 1927.

569 Portland Avenue: Former Portland Apartments; Built in 1927.

570 Portland Avenue: E. P. Wilgus House; Built in 1890.

575 Portland Avenue: Ezra F. Lambert House; Built in 1879.

580 Portland Avenue: Charles Leonard House; Built in 1889.

581 Portland Avenue: W. H. S. Wright House; Built in 1900.

585 Portland Avenue: Hiram D. Brown House; Built in 1885.

586 Portland Avenue: John Boon Hartsinck House; Built in 1890.

589 Portland Avenue: Former Oak Hall Dormitory; Built in 1980.

591 Portland Avenue: H. B. Constans House; Built in 1883.

592 Portland Avenue: T. B. Keim House; Built in 1885.

596 Portland Avenue: Frederick W. Damler House; Built in 1889.

599 Portland Avenue: G. H. Smitton House/Thomas Becken House; Built in 1915.

600 Portland Avenue: W. F. Lord House; Built in 1889.

604 Portland Avenue: Built in 1889.

605 Portland Avenue: Built in 1911.

Proceed South: Turn left and proceed south on Dale Street to Summit Avenue

25 North Dale Street: Built in 1903.

Proceed East: Turn left and proceed east on Summit Avenue to John Ireland Boulevard

596-604 Summit Avenue: Ron House Apartments/Summit Terrace; Built in 1888 (1890 according to Sandeen and Larson;) Richardsonian Romanesque/Victorian in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

590 Summit Avenue: Kalman-Oppenheimer House/Greve and Lillian Oppenheim House; Built in 1892 or 1913; Prairie School in style; Franklin Ellerbe and Olin Round, architects.

587-601 Summit Avenue: Farrar Rowhouse/Summit Terrace/F. Scott Fitzgerald House (593 Summit Avenue;) Built in 1889; Richardsonian Romanesque in style; William Willcox and Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architects.

579 Summit Avenue: The Colonial; Built in 1895; Renaissance Revival/Colonial Classial Revival in style; Hermann Kretz, architect.

574 Summit Avenue: George D. Taylor House; Built in 1904 (1910 according to Ramsey County;) Spanish Colonial Revival/Islamic/Renaissance Revival in style.

573 Summit Avenue: W. D. Blumenthal House; Built in 1926; Twenties Villa in style.

550 Summit Avenue: Oakland Apartments; Built in 1898 (1904 according to Ramsey County;) Renaissance Revival/Classical Revival in style; Alan Black, architect.

545 Summit Avenue: 545 Summit Avenue; Built in 1890 (1888 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style.

534 Summit Avenue: Walter J. S. Traill House/Dr. E. C. Mitchell House/Homer P. Clark House; Built in 1882 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Elizabethan/Altered Victorian in style; Abraham M. Radcliffe, architect.

533 Summit Avenue: John Rohde/Bainbridge H. Evans House; Built in 1902; Renaissance Revival/Beaux Arts in style; John Rohde, architect.

516 Summit Avenue: William Butler House; Built in 1882 or 1914; Renaissance Revival/Mission Revival/Italianate Renaissance/Beaux Arts/Classicial Revival in style; Butler Brothers Company, architects and builders.

513 Summit Avenue: W. W. Bishop House; Built in 1891 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; John MacDonald, architect and builder.

504-506 Summit Avenue: Charles S. Bunker House; Built in 1882 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival/Colonial Revival in style; George Wirth, architect.

505 Summit Avenue; George Freeman House; Built between 1894 and 1896; Rectilinear Medieval/Tudor Revival in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

500 Summit Avenue: Dr. Cornelius Williams House; Built in 1904 (1881 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival in style; Thomas Holyoke, architect.

495 Summit Avenue: Cyrus B. Thurston House/Rudolph J. Schiffman House; Built in 1881; Queen Anne/Italianate in style; D. W. Millard, architect.

490 Summit Avenue: Addison Gardner Foster House; Built in 1883; Romanesque Revival/Victorian Romanesque/Richardsonian Romanesque in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

485 Summit Avenue: James A. MacLeod House; Built in 1907; Villa/Tudor Revival in style; James A. MacLeod, original architect, and Reed & Stem, addition architects.

476 Summit Avenue: Chauncey M. and Martha Griggs House/Upham House; House built in 1882 or 1883 and carriage house built in 1910; Richardsonian Romanesque/Shingle in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

475 Summit Avenue: Gamble/Bacon House/James Gamble House; Built between 1880-1890 (1894 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; George Wirth, architect.

470 Summit Avenue: John McConville House/C. J. McConville House; Built in 1894 or 1919; Spanish Colonial Revival in style; Mark Fitzpatrick, architect.

465 Summit Avenue: William Constans and Bertha Constans House; Built in 1886 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne/Neoclassical and Baroque Revival in style; Augustus F. Gauger, architect.

456 Summit Avenue: Colonial Apartments; Built 1966; Paul Mueller, architect; Strub and Associates, builder.

445 Summit Avenue: Herman Greve House/Shipman/Greve House; Built between 1882 and 1883; English Queen Anne/Revival/Richardsonian Romanesque/Casual in style; Leroy Buffington, architect.

442 Summit Avenue: Summit Court Apartments; Built in 1898; Colonial Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

435 Summit Avenue: Chester Berry House; Built 1954 (1955 according to Ramsey County;) Modern brick rambler/Contemporary in style; Charles J. Beggs, architect.

432 Summit Avenue: James C. Burbank House; Built in 1862-1863; Italian Villa/Italianate villa/Tuscan/American Bracketed in style; Otis L. Wheelock, original architect, Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., alteration (1884 according to Sandeen; 1895 according to Larson) architect, A. H. Stem, alteration (1920's) architect, and Edwin Lundie, restoration (1922-1944) architect.

426 Summit Avenue: Built in 1865.

421 Summit Avenue: E.T. Buxton House/Edward T. Buxton House; Built in 1912 (1913 according to Ramsey County;) NeoClassical/Beaux Arts/Italianate/Renaissance Revival in style; Benjamin H. Marshall and Charles E. Fox (Chicago, Illinois), architects.

420 Summit Avenue: University Club; Built between 1912 and 1913; Tudor Revival in style; Reed & Stem, architects.

415 Summit Avenue: Marshall/Winter/Dean House; Built in 1880 (1889 according to Ramsey County.)

Corner of Summit and Portland Avenues: Statue of Nathan Hale; Erected in 1907; Beaux Arts in style; William Partridge, sculptor.

400 Summit Avenue: Maurice Auerbach and Matilda Rice Auerbach House/Ordway House; Built in 1882 (1900 according to Ramsey County) and remodeled extensively in the 1920's; originally French Second Empire/Queen Anne/Altered Victorian in style; George Wirth, architect.

79 Western Avenue North: The Commodore; Built in 1920; Art Deco in style.

378 Summit Avenue: Built in 1986

376 Summit Avenue: Summit Bluff Townhomes; Built in 1982; Bream Built Inc., builder.

372 Summit Avenue: Built in 1915.

370 Summit Avenue: John R. Mitchell House; Built in 1909 (Sandeen; 1910 according to Ramsey County; 1909-1910 according to Larson;) Federal/Georgian/Colonial Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

369 Summit Avenue: Cochran Park/"Indian Hunter and His Dog;" Built in 1923; Period Revival in style; Paul Manship, sculptor.

366 Summit Avenue: Egil Boeckmann and Rachel Hill Boeckmann House; Built in 1928 (1929 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival in style; David Adler and Robert Work, architects.

365 Summit Avenue: Frank B. Bass House/Griggs House; Built in 1885 (1894 according to Ramsey County;) originally Queen Anne Victorian in style and subsequently Classical Revival/Colonial Revival in style; Cass Gilbert and James Knox Taylor, architects.

362-364 Summit Avenue: Built in 1977; Contemporary condominium in style; Design Consultants, builder and architect.

361 Summit Avenue: Donald S. Culver House; Built in 1912 (1911 according to Ramsey County;) Tudor Revival in style; Peter J. Linhoff, architect.

360 Summit Avenue: Former Cutler House Carriage Barn; Built in 1915 according to the Ramsey County; 1969 conversion by Walter Fricke of an 1875 carriage barn; Joseph Michaels, architect.

353 Summit Avenue: William B. Dean and Mary Dean House; Built in 1882; Altered Queen Anne in style.

345 Summit Avenue: Augustus K. Barnum House/Albert W. Lindeke House; Built in 1909 (according to Sandeen and Larson) or 1919; Elizabethan/Tudor Villa in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., original architect, garage architect, and addition architect.

344 Summit Avenue: Watson P. Davidson and Sarah Davidson House; Built in 1915; Beaux Arts/Tudor Revival/Tudor Manor in style; Thomas Holyoke, architect.

340 Summit Avenue: Thomas B. Scott and Clare Scott/George Thompson House; Built in 1894; Beaux Arts/Italianate/Renaissance Revival in style; Reed & Stem, architects.

339 Summit Avenue: Crawford Livingston House/Charles H. F. Smith House; Built in 1898 (1897 according to Ramsey County;) Medieval-Rectilinear/Romanesque Revival/Italianate/Gothic in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

335 Summit Avenue: John H. Allen House; Built in 1892 (1891 according to Ramsey County;) Romanesque Revival/Queen Anne in style; J. Walter Stevens, architect.

332 Summit Avenue: Edgar C. Long/Archibald Guthrie House; Built in 1912; Romanesque Revival in style; Cass Gilbert and John Knox Taylor, architects

329 Summit Avenue: Dr. Charles A. Wheaton House; Built in 1895 (1893 according to Ramsey County property tax records;) Romanesque Revival/Queen Anne Rectilinear/Victorian Romanesque in style.

323 Summit Avenue: Edward Nelson Saunders House; Built in 1892 (1893 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian Romanesque/Renaissance Revival/Romanesque Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

322-324 Summit Avenue: Lightner-Young Double House; Built in 1886; Richardsonian Romanesque/Classical Revival in style; Cass Gilbert and John Knox Taylor, architects.

318 Summit Avenue: William H. Lightner House; Built in 1893 (1892 according to Ramsey County;) Richardsonian Romanesque in style; Cass Gilbert, architect.

312 Summit Avenue: General Herman Haupt House/Haupt-Smith House/David Stuart and Mary Stuart House; Built in 1858 (1856 according to Peggy Korsmo Kennon and Robert B. Drake; 1874 according to Ramsey County,) with a three story addition constructed in 1918; Italianate/Italian Villa style.

302 Summit Avenue: Joseph L. Forepaugh House; Built in 1889 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian in style; Mould and McNicol, architects.

301 Summit Avenue: George W. Gardner House; Built in 1905 (1900 and 1904 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian Revival in style; Thomas Gannett Holyoke, architect.

295 Summit Avenue: Albert H. Lindeke and Louise Lindeke House; Built in 1885 (1890 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne in style; Augustus F. Gauger, original architect; Reed and Stem, architects for the 1903 stone porch addition; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., for the garage addition.

294 Summit Avenue: George F. Lindsay House; Built in 1919; Colonial Revival/Georgian Revival in style; Parker, Thomas & Rice (Boston, Massachusetts,) architects.

285 Summit Avenue: Fredric A. Fogg House; Built in 1899 (1882 according to Ramsey County;) Georgian/Colonial Revival in style; A. H. Stem, architect.

275 Summit Avenue: Charles A. Schuneman House/Summit Manor; Built in 1889 (1901 according to Sandeen and Larson; 1912 according to Ramsey County;) Late Gothic/Georgian Revival/Medieval Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

271 Summit Avenue: Joshua H. Sanders House; Built in 1882 (1879 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian in style.

269 Summit Avenue: Built in 1879.

266 Summit Avenue: Driscoll/Weyerhaeuser House; Built between 1884 and 1885; Queen Anne/Richardsonian Romanesque in style; William H. Willcox (1832-1929,) architect.

265 Summit Avenue: John S. Robertson House; Built in 1885 (1881 according to Ramsey County property tax records;) Queen Anne in style; C. W. Mould, architect

262 Summit Avenue: Built in 1884.

261 Summit Avenue: James H. Weed House; Built in 1891 (1890 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian /Neo-gothic/Gothic Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

260 Summit Avenue: Louis Warren Hill and Maud Van Cortlandt Taylor Hill House; Built in 1903 (according to Sandeen and Ramsey County; 1902-1903 according to Larson,) with addition of front half and portico in 1913; Beaux Art/Georgian Revival in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., original architect; Louis Millet and John LaFarge, stained glass designers; William Yungbauer, woodcarver; Charles Frost, addition architect.

259 Summit Avenue: Built in 1900.

255-257 Summit Avenue: W. E. Howard House; Built in 1884 (1900 according to Ramsey County) with alterations in 1899 (Larso;n; Altered Queen Anne in style; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., alteration architect; Carl Thomas Gray, restoration architect.

251 Summit Avenue: Horace P. Rugg House; Built in 1887 (1886 according to Eileen R. McCormack;) Renaissance Revival/Victorian Romanesque in style; Edgar J. Hodgson and Alan Stem, architects.

245 Summit Avenue: Charles Paul House; Built in 1882 (1883 according to Ramsey County;) Altered mildy Italianate in style; Abraham M. Radcliffe, architect.

240 Summit Avenue: James J. Hill House; Built between 1888-1891; Richardsonian Romanesque in style; Peabody, Stearns & Furber, original architects; and Irving & Casson, replacement architects.

239 Summit Avenue: Colonel William B. Bend House; Built in 1882 (1900 according to Ramsey County;) Victorian/Altered Tudor Revival in style; George Wirth, original architect.

236 Summit Avenue: Archbishop's Residence; Built in 1963; Contemporary in style; Cerny Associates, architects.

235 Summit Avenue: Charles Phelps Noyes/Joseph McKey House; Built in 1878 (1879 according to Ramsey County;) Combination of Vernacular, Italianate, and French Second Empire in style.

226 Summit Avenue: Chancery, Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis; Built in 1963; Contemporary in style; Cerny Associates, architects.

225 Summit Avenue: Cathedral of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis; Built between 1906 and 1915; Renaissance/Italian Mannerist/Baroque in style; Emmanuel Masqueray, original architect; Whitney Warren, construction supervision architect; Louis Millet, original stained glass designer, Charles Connick, subsequent stained glass window designer; Mark Balma, fresco painter; W. J. Hoy, original general contractor; Thomas Finn Company, original roofing contractor.

201 Summit Avenue: School Patrol Flagpole; Erected in 1973.

194 Summit Avenue: Park Court Apartments; Built in 1920 (1922 according to Ramsey County;) 1920's Apartment building in style.

187 Summit Avenue (Across from 186 Summit Avenue;) Civil War Commemorative Statue/Josiah R. King Statue; Constructed 1903; cast iron statue on stone column; John K. Daniels, sculptor.

186 Summit Avenue: Dr. Arthur Eastman House; Built in 1885 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne/Victorian in style.

184 Summit Avenue: C. D. Kerr House; Built in 1889 (1884 according to Ramsey County;) Queen Anne/Victorian in style; George Gerlach, architect and builder.

178 Summit Avenue: The Elm Apartments; Built in 1910 (1919 according to Ramsey County;) 1910 Apartment House in style.

170 Summit Avenue: Knickerbocker Apartments/Ambassador Apartments; Built in 1910; 1910 Apartment House in style.

Proceed Northeast: Proceed northeast on John Ireland Boulevard to the Capitol mall Court of Honor sidewalk

160 John Ireland Boulevard: Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) History Center; Built 1990-1992; Hammel, Green & Abrahamson, architects; BOR-SON/Knutson, general contractor.

395 John Ireland Boulevard: Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) Building; Dedicated in 1958.

Destroyer U.S.S. Ward Deck Gun; Erected in 1958.

Monument to the Living; Erected in 1982; Hammered and welded steel; Roger Brodin, sculptor.

Minnesota Vietnam Memorial/"Lakefront DMZ;" Erected in 1992; Granite and inlaid green stones; Nina Ackerberg, Stanton Sears, Jake Castillo, and Rich Laffin, artists and architects.

"Spiral for Justice"/Roy Wilkins Memorial/Civil Rights Monument; Erected in 1985; Curtis Patterson, artist and designer.

Charles Lindbergh Memorial/The Boy and the Man; Erected in 1985 and restored in 1999; Paul Granlund, sculptor.

War Memorial Plaques/Court of Honor; Cass Gilbert, designer.

World War II Veterans Memorial; Erected 2007.

20 West 12th Street: Veterans Service Building.

"The Promise of Youth" Fountain; Designed in 1952 and erected in 1958; Restored in 2000; Alonzo Hauser, sculptor.

Liberty Bell Replica; Cast in 1950.

Statue "Earthbound;" Erected in 1956; Marble; John K. Daniels, sculptor.

Korean War Veterans Memorial; Erected in 1998; Art Norby, sculptor, and Bob Kost and Dean Olson, landscape architects.

The Peace Officers Memorial; Erected in 1995; Fred Richter, designer.

The Woman's Suffrage Memorial Garden/"Garden of Time: Landscape of Change;" Erected in 1999; designed by Loom Studio/Ralph Nelson, Raveevarn Choksombatchai, and Martha McQuade, of Berkeley, California.

Christopher Columbus Memorial; Statue erected in 1931; Carlo/Charles Brioschi, sculptor.

25 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard/Minnesota Judicial Center/Judicial Plaza; Original building constructed in 1917; addition erected in 1995; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., original architect; F. Michael Wong, renovation architect.

Proceed East: Turn right and proceed east along the Capitol Mall Court of Honor sidewalk to Cedar Street

Cass Gilbert Memorial Overlook

Knute Nelson Memorial; Erected in 1928; Restored in 1999; John K. Daniels, sculptor.

75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard: Minnesota State Capitol/Quadriga; Building built in 1905; Steel frame and brick with an exterior of Georgia marble, St. Cloud granite, Mankato limestone, and sandstone; Cass Gilbert, architect; Quadriga/"Progress of the State" Statue; erected in 1906; gold-leafed covered copper and steel; Daniel Chester French and Edward Potter, sculptors.

John A. Johnson Memorial; Erected in 1912 and restored in 1999; Andrew O'Connor, sculptor.

Floyd B. Olson Memorial; Erected in 1958; Restored in 1999; Brioschi-Minuti Company, sculptors.

100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.; State Office Building; Built in 1932; Clarence H. Johnston, Sr., architect.

116 University Avenue West: Lief Erikson/Leif Erickson Statute; Erected in 1949; John Karl Daniels, Sculptor.

Proceed West: Turn left and proceed west back to the start point.

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