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Minnesota Mid-Century Modern Churches (page 1)

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Bovey:
Bethel Trinity Lutheran Church

Cannon Falls:
St. Ansgar's Lutheran Church [map]

Chisholm:
St. Joseph's Catholic Church

Our Savior's Lutheran Church
Chokio, MN
This Our Savior's Lutheran Church appears to be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

St. John's Abbey Church
Collegeville, MN
The St. John's Abbey Church was designed by Marcel Breuer and built from 1953-1961. The bell tower installed in front of the building is 100 feet wide at the top and is made from 2,500 tons of concrete. The top three rows of photos are of the church. The other photos show the Alcuin Library, the Engel Science Center, and dorm buildings. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

First United Methodist Church
Duluth, MN
This First United Methodist Church was designed by Pietro Belluschi and built from 1965-1966. It is often called the Copper Top Church. The building is faced with Texas pink granite from Cold Spring, MN. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

More Duluth:
Concordia Lutheran Church

St. Peter's Lutheran Church
Edina, MN
The St. Peter's Lutheran Church was dedicated in 1958. For more, see this website. [map]

Our Savior's Lutheran Church
Hibbing, MN
This Our Savior's Lutheran Church was built in 1952. The photos here are of the Pilgrims' Chapel which is behind the main church building. It may have been built slightly later. For more, see this website. [map]

St. Michael's Orthodox Church
Hibbing, MN
St. Michael's Orthodox Church was built in 1958. [map]

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