The Castle Tower of Kenwood

The Kenwood neighborhood was platted for residential use in the late 1880s. recognizing the need for water pressure in the hilly residential area, the Minneapolis City Council adopted a resolution to build a steel water tank on Lowry Hill in 1910. Designed by Minneapolis City Engineer, Frederick William Cappelen, the 110 foot tall octagonal brick…

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Hamline’s Old Main

Hamline University was founded in Red Wing, Minnesota 158 years ago. Named after a Methodist Bishop, this private liberal arts college is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state. One of the five Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities, Hamline has a total enrollment of 4,900 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The construction of…

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