Early 1900s reflections on Linden Hills by Thimble Bee member Martha Schoonmaker, and her imagined community of the future in 1925. Based on Schoonmaker’s handwritten transcript.
How much can a lake and its surroundings change in 180 years? You might be surprised when you see and hear about this Richfield gem. In this fast-moving PowerPoint presentation, […]
The tour of Irvine Park, one of St. Paul’s earliest residential neighborhoods will be led by Richard Kronick, co-author, with artist Jeanne Kosfeld, of Neighborhood Architecture — Irvine Park, St. […]
Since 1883 Cottage City has experienced ongoing transition. From the beginning, modest lake cottages built on small lots south of Lake Calhoun/Bde Maka Ska have been replaced by increasingly large […]
In the 1830s Boston's American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) made a major Protestant outreach to Native Americans. Ironically, it approved Rev. Jedediah D. Stevens' plan for a […]
The 1960s was an explosive time for Minnesota music, as a generation of teenagers inspired by early rock ‘n’ roll and R&B formed their first bands. Join Rick Shefchik, author […]
This program tells the story of two churches–their history, their architecture, and their neighborhoods. Linden Hills Congregational Church grew out of the Union Sunday School, which began meeting in 1896. […]