Butternut Street Worker Homes, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Butternut Street Worker Homes

2001
Address: Butternut Street
Neighborhood/s: West 7th, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
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Current Function: Neighborhood/community

West 7th Saint Paul Ramsey

Butternut Street Worker Homes, Saint Paul, Minnesota
(44.92078° N, 93.129579° WLatitude: 44°55′14.808″N
Longitude: 93°7′46.484″W
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These two blocks of small houses were built for brewery workers. There were at one time six breweries in the West Seventh Street area. Nearby is the Banholzer mansion, 681 Butternut Street, home of William Banholzer, who owned the nearby North Mississippi Brewery. The St. Paul Trades and Labor Assembly held early Labor Day picnics at Banholzer Park near Drake and Stewart Streets just off West Seventh and Randolph.

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