Although our name sounds exclusive, we are not. In fact, many members of the Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (MNSAH) are simply people who love architecture and are eager to experience the fascinating built environment of Minnesota and the Upper Midwest with their fellow enthusiasts. We sponsor in-depth tours of unique and important buildings-most rarely open to the public. Members get first priority and discounted admission.
Annual Works in Progress
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Works in Progress is the annual MNSAH event that provides members an opportunity to keep abreast of current regional architectural scholarship through presentations by scholars, preservationists, and curators. The program is free, and preregistration is not required. This year, MNSAH is pleased to present:
- Dissembling the Lindholm House by Frank Lloyd Frank
- The Architecture and Landscape Design of the Fergus Falls State Hospital
- MNSAH’s Modern Masters Program
- St. Paul’s Episcopal Church by McEnary and Krafft, and Searle mansion by Trowbridge and Ackerman