Ramaley Pavilion, White Bear Lake, Minnesota (Razed)

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Ramaley Pavilion

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Ramaley Pavilion at White Bear Lake
Location of Structure: Near the intersection of Highway 61 and Old White Bear Ave.
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White Bear Lake, Minnesota
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Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States

White Bear Lake Ramsey

Ramaley Pavilion, White Bear Lake, Minnesota (Razed)
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Although long since torn down, this huge pavilion, located on the small bay on the west shore of the lake, was the site of Minnesota's first Labor Day celebration. Trains from St. Paul, Minneapolis and Stillwater brought thousands of unionists here on the first Monday in September, 1885. Located at 4531 Lincoln Ave., directly across Highway 61, it was then a hotel run by the Ramaley's for the summer tourist trade.

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