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Church of Our Savior

Church of Our Savior

At the Church of Our Savior, the new minister, Rev. Francis Alleyne, insisted that the church build a new sanctuary. They hired architect John Sutcliffe to design this beautiful gothic-style…

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Little Falls Carnegie Library

Carnegie Library

The city turned to philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie for its new library in 1905. The Carnegie Library is stop 33 in a historic tour developed by the Little Falls Heritage Preservation…

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Crowder's Station

Crowder’s Station

After Minnie Crowder suffered a stroke, her family offered to help by providing Minnie with a service station to run. Crowder’s Station is stop 32 in a historic tour developed…

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Morrison County Court House

Morrison County Courthouse

In 1890, Morrison County erected its new courthouse, designed by architect Charles Dunham. Morrison County Courthouse is stop 31 in a historic tour developed by the Little Falls Heritage Preservation…

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Trebby Building

Trebby Building

Samuel Trebby was an unusual personality who often raised feathers in city government. He built this commercial block in 1885. The Trebby Building is stop 30 in a historic tour…

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American House

American House

The American House opened for business in 1883 by Joseph Diedrich as a hotel, saloon, and boarding house. The American House is stop 29 in a historic tour developed by…

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The Y Block

The Y Block

The Y Block, named after a stone found on the site during construction, was built by Ludger Gaudet. The Y Block is stop 28 in a historic tour developed by…

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Signor Building

Signor Building

This is one of the oldest commercial buildings in town. Lyman Signor was a prosperous realtor. The Signor Building is stop 27 in a historic tour developed by the Little…

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Kiewel Building

Kiewel Building

The Kiewels operated one of Minnesota’s finest breweries. After incorporating, the company decided to diversify its income and invested in several downtown properties. The Kiewel Building is stop 26 in…

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Victor Building

Victor Building

This was one of the city’s most popular retail outlets. The Victor Building is stop 25 in a historic tour developed by the Little Falls Heritage Preservation Commission.

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