National Register of Historic Places listings in Todd County, Minnesota facts for kids
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Todd County, Minnesota. It is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Todd County, Minnesota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.
There are 13 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.
|Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Bank of Long Prairie||
|262 Central Ave.
||Long Prairie||1903 commercial building constructed for Todd County's leading bank, with a Romanesque/Classical Revival design by Omeyer & Thori.|
|2||Batcher Opera House Block||
|5th St. and 2nd Ave.
||Staples||1907 theatre building that provided a cultural venue for everything from vaudeville plays to fine opera, as well as community events.|
|3||Bridge No. L7075||
|290th St. over Turtle Creek, 0.1 mi. east of CSAH 25
||Hartford Township||NPS Rustic/Neoclassical bridge built by the Works Progress Administration circa 1940 and expanded around 1942; a distinctive three-span example of the era's arch bridges with a modular iron-plate substructure and masonry façade.|
|4||Dr. George R. Christie House||
|15 1st St. S
||Long Prairie||1901 house and office of Todd County's first licensed physician. Now a house museum.|
|5||Church of St. Joseph-Catholic||
|Main St. between 7th and 8th Sts.
||Browerville||Baroque Revival church built 1908–9 for a large Polish immigrant congregation.|
|40430 County Highway 11
||Germania Township||Rare surviving example of a rural community band performance hall, built 1917; also significant as a longstanding meeting hall for Germania Township.|
|7||Grey Eagle Village Hall||
|Spruce and Woodman Sts.
||Grey Eagle||Exemplary 1934 municipal hall built by the Civil Works Administration.|
|8||Hewitt Public School||
|514 N. Wisconsin St.
||Hewitt||Public school in service 1911–1952, central to Hewitt's education and social history, hosting kindergarten through high school, civic events, and a variety of social services. Now the Hewitt Museum & Library.|
|20 3rd St., N.
||Long Prairie||Sophisticated first-class hotel built 1902–3, marking a key amenity in Long Prairie's growth.|
|10||Kahlert Mercantile Store||
|545 Main St. S.
||Browerville||1883 false-fronted store, a highly intact example of the vernacular commercial buildings initially constructed in railroad boomtowns.|
|11||Northern Pacific Railway Depot and Freighthouse||
|1st Ave., N. and 4th St., NE.
||Staples||Two 1900s buildings of a Northern Pacific Railway division headquarters, featuring a well-preserved example of Northern Pacific's depot architecture.|
|12||Saint Cloud and Red River Valley Stage Road-Kandota Section||
|Off County Highway 92 southeast of West Union
||Kandota Township||250-yard (230 m) fragment of a key stagecoach road established in 1859, a reminder of the stagecoach companies' founding role in laying down the state's overland travel routes.|
|13||Todd County Courthouse, Sheriff's House, and Jail||
|215 1st Ave., S.
||Long Prairie||Long-serving county government complex with an 1883 Italianate courthouse.|
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