Preston Public Library, 101 Saint Paul Street North West, Preston, Minnesota

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Preston Public Library

Address: 101 Saint Paul Street NW
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Preston, Minnesota
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Fillmore County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Year built: 1912
Primary Style: Classical Revival
Additions: 1997: major expansion competed by Wagner Construction of Austin. The library expanded into the town hall next door more than doubling the original space.
Major Alterations: Significant Alterations
Historic Function: Library
Historic Function: Town Hall and Village Offices
Other Historic Function: Town Hall and Village Offices
Current Function: Library
Current Function: City Offices on lower level
Other Current Function: City Offices on lower level
Architect or source of design: H. J. Aurlie
Builder: Frederick Ress of Home Building Co-operative Association
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick
First Owner: City of Preston
Notes: Carnegie Grant: $8,000

Preston Fillmore

Preston Public Library, 101 Saint Paul Street North West, Preston, Minnesota
(43.6710648° N, 92.0833613° WLatitude: 43°40′15.833″N
Longitude: 92°5′0.101″W
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