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George E. Hess Building, 449 East 7th Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota


The building is one of the oldest commercial building in the area, and has a solid exposed limestone rubble rear wall." Need 's' on the second use of the word 'building'?

Joe No wonder you couldn't find it. I put the wrong address above it.

Powderhorn Park

Powderhorn, Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Powderhorn Park neighborhood, on Minneapolis’ south side . . .

Joe It appears the neighborhood includes the word 'Park' in defining itself. Not just 'Powderhorn'?

Calhoun Square, 3000 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota "imminent domain" Should be eminent domain. (The state can take private property for public use.)

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

statue of Tawaret notice Taweret Different spellings

Odd Fellows Hall, 928 Raymond Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota Need comma after 'Avenue'.

Old Sugar House Park There is no city or state in header.

Statewide Historic Preservation Conference Mark you calendars!


I don't know if the following corrections are after-the-fact. Maybe they don't need to be done.

About MAMMembershipPrograms & conferencesResources

Hubert, (delete comma) H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota.

Shana Crosson, Web Content Manager,Minnesota Historical Society, and Girl Scout Troop Leader need space between 'Manager,' and 'Minnesota".

Keller Row, (no address)Saint Paul, Minnesota

is that hse simply built -- Should 'hse' be he or she'? 'she built the' is in the following sentence.

Foot-Schulze Building, 490 North Robert Street , Saint Paul, Minnesota Delete space between 'Street' and 'Saint Paul'

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