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Josiah Chaney home, 997 Argyle Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota

One important improvement Josiah Chaney made was to build a darkroom in the noreast corner of the cellar (basement) for Delia, an avid amateur photographer.

Is noreast what you meant to say here?

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William Wakefield house, 963 Wakefield Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota

The building is one of the oldest commercial building in the area, and has a solid exposed limestone rubble rear wall."

I was going to make 'building' plural, but saw it was a quote. Just to bring it to your attention.
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William Honebrink House, 734 3rd Street East, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Patrick McGwre: Is this name missing an 'i'?

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P. J. Donndelinger Saloon, 1058 Hudson Road, St. Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota (Razed)

Saint Paul, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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William & Marie Hamm House, 668 North Greenbrier Street, Saint Paul

Need to add 'Minnesota"


William & Marie Hamm House, 668 North Greenbrier Street, Saint Paul This is a duplicate of the above.

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Harry Blackmun Boyhood Home, 847 4th Street East, Saint Paul, Minnesota This house is listed twice here, but with different content.

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George Pabst Grocery, 789-804 Margaret Street East, Saint Paul, Minnesota French Renaissance dormers with flor de les ornamentation

fleur-de-lis heraldic device resembling lily or iris: a heraldic symbol or design in the form of three tapering petals tied by a surrounding band, formerly used by the kings of France

Joe, I have never seen the word flor de les and can't find it in a dictionary.

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