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Adolph Levin Cottage is located in Minnesota
Adolph Levin Cottage
Location in Minnesota
Adolph Levin Cottage is located in the United States
Adolph Levin Cottage
Location in the United States
Location Kabetogama Narrows near the Ash River Maintenance Dock, St. Louis County, Minnesota
Area .664 acres (2,690 m2)
Built 1937
Architect Ted Mead, Utti Huttunen, Ahti Hujanen, & Louis Nelson
Architectural style Rustic
MPS Tourism and Recreational Properties in Voyageurs National Park 1880–1950 MPS
NRHP reference No. 11000361
Added to NRHP June 15, 2011

The Adolph Levin Cottage is a historic vacation property on Kabetogama Lake in St. Louis County, Minnesota, United States. It contains a log cabin built in 1937 for two friends, Dr. Adolph Levin and George Plager. A metal water tank and the surrounding landscape are also contributing historic features. It is now preserved within Voyageurs National Park as an example of the early tourism and recreational properties in the area. In 2011 the property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its significance in the themes of architecture and entertainment/recreation. It was nominated for being a representative early-20th-century lake retreat, and for the rustic architecture and traditional Finnish construction of the cabin.

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