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AIA Guide to St. Paul's Summit Avenue and Hill District

by Larry Millett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873516443, Paperback)

Let architecture critic Larry Millett be your guide to one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in the Twin Cities, a treasure trove of architectural styles and storied homes. Whether you are gazing at the magnificnet James J. Hill House or the lovely little Virginia Street Church, this guidebook will satisfy your craving for details about the structures and the people who built them.

AIA Guide to St. Paul's Summit Avenue and Hill District includes walking tours for Summit Avenue, Summit Hill, and Ramsey Hill. Each tour is copiously illustrated with current and historic photographs and paired with a detailed map.

This deeply informative guidebook is perfect for tourists discovering the Twin Cities or residents exploring what is right next door.

Larry Millett has written extensively about Twin Cities architecture, notably in AIA Guide to the Twin Cities, Twin Cities Then and Now, and Lost Twin Cities. His fascination for Speed Graphic photography is displayed in Murder Has A Public Face and Strange Days, Dangerous Nights.

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