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South Dakota Mid-Century Modern Buildings (page 2)

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Bank Midwest
Sioux Falls, SD
This building has housed a Bank Midwest since 2015. I don't know what the original occupant was but it was built in 1967. It was housing Howalt-McDowell Insurance in the 1980s. For more, see this website. [map]

Medical X-Ray Center
Sioux Falls, SD
I believe this building originally housed the Medical X-Ray Center which was here by 1973. It now houses Paragon Health & Wellness. [map]

Minnehaha County Administration Building
Sioux Falls, SD
The Minnehaha County Administration Building was built as the County Courthouse in 1963. It was designed by Howard Parezo & Associates. The building began housing the Administration Building around 1996. For more, see this website. [map]

office building
Sioux Falls, SD
This office building was designed by Walt Whitwam for his architectural practice. It was built in 1960. He moved to another location in 1997. The building was later used for a photography studio. It appears to be vacant now. For more, see this website. [map]

Good Samaritan Nursing Home
Sioux Falls, SD
This Good Samaritan Nursing Home was designed by Walt Whitwam. I cannot find the build date but I'm assuming it was constructed in the mid-1960s. [map]

Sport Bowl
Sioux Falls, SD
The Sport Bowl canopies and signs appear to be from the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Christ the King Catholic Church
Webster, SD
Yankton Bowl
Yankton, SD
The Christ the King Catholic Church was designed by Ralph Koch and built in 1966. [map]

The Yankton Bowl was built in 1958. [map]

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