Architecture of the 1920s - General Public
05/18/2017 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM CT
Hennepin History Museum
2303 3rd Avenue S
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Admission: $20.00

Why were so many Minnesota homes built in the 1920s? We’ll dig into that question and examine the variety of architecture created here during the “roaring twenties.”  Architectural features (think built-in buffets and three-season porches), construction trends and societal context will help to explain this decade-long housing boom. You will learn about common and popular house styles, who was building them, the neighborhoods they formed and what distinctive elements made these dwellings desirable.

This class is taught by architectural historian Alyssa Auten. 

Licensed Minnesota REALTORS® interested in taking this course for CE should register for the morning session


Reminders

Refund policy: Please email nheneghan@mnpreservation.org if you would like a refund on your purchased ticket. Preservation Alliance of Minnesota will arrange to refund the cost of the class. Refunds are provided up to seven days prior to the class.

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