SAH Archipedia: Minnesota Entries Added

by SAH News | Dec 27, 2016
MN-01-053-0011_001_webFifty new entries from the state of Minnesota have been added to SAH Archipedia. Compiled by Victoria M. Young, University of St. Thomas professor and Chair of Art History and SAH 2nd Vice President, and historic landscape preservationist Frank Edgerton Martin, in collaboration with a variety of contributors, the selection embraces high style and vernacular architecture, natural and industrial landscapes, classical and modernist styles, and ranges from the prehistoric Jeffers Petroglyphs to the contemporary Target Field. 

Photo credit: Target Field, photograph by Populous/Paul Crosby

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