Harrington-Merrill House, Hutchinson

The Harrington-Merrill House is the oldest wood-framed structure in Hutchinson and one of the oldest in McLeod County. Lewis Harrington was one of Hutchinson's founders. Harry Merrill, who served as superintendent of schools for thirty-three years, was likely the most important educator in the town's history.

Black and white photograph of the interior of the St. Paul Commercial Club in the Commerce Building, 1912.

Interior view, Commercial Club, in Commerce building

Interior of the St. Paul Commercial Club in the Commerce Building, 1912.

Black and white photograph of the interior of the Commercial Club gathering space, Commerce Building, 1912.

Interior view, Commercial Club, in Commerce Building

Interior of Commercial Club gathering space, Commerce Building, 1912.

Color image of the St. Paul Commerce Building, c.2007.

Commerce Building, St. Paul

St. Paul Commerce Building, c.2007.

Commerce Building, St. Paul

St. Paul's Commerce Building was originally built to house the Commercial Club of St. Paul and the offices of the St. Paul Association of Commerce. Years later, it reflects the economic strength and civic influence of St. Paul's business organizations at the beginning of the twentieth century. The Commerce Building is typical of buildings designed to house commercial and civic groups as well as private tenants.

Black and white photograph of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Meire Grove, 1887.

St. John the Baptist Catholic Church

Photograph of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Meire Grove, 1887.

Black and white photograph of a window in the Arnold Nietfield house in Meire Grove.

Window head, Arnold Nietfield house

Photograph of a window in the Arnold Nietfield house in Meire Grove. From the Fred W. Peterson archival collection, Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud.

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