Is Architecture Your Passion?

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.

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The Schillinger-Brings House. Photo courtesy of Tom Schroeder. The Martin and Catherine Weber House. Photo courtesy of Tom Schroeder The Stone Saloon (Anthony Waldman House). Photo courtesy  Tom Schroeder.
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The Stone Saloon (Anthony Waldman House). Photo courtesy Tom Schroeder.

Fall Tour 2015

Vernacular Limestone Buildings of the Pioneer Era
Saturday, October 3, 2015

MNSAH’s Fall Tour features a fascinating collection of limestone buildings located in St. Paul’s West Seventh Street neighborhood with a presentation on the history of stone construction in the pioneer era and a walking tour of several buildings.

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