Almeda Yates House 1522 Hillside Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN

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|house_intro=Almeda Yates was a teacher, artist, and missionary.  She came to Minneapolis from Stillwater where she had been a teacher.  She commissioned architect William Haight and builder James Leck to build a house on the highest spot on the Hill on Hillside Avenue in North Minneapolis.  The house shared the lot with an older Italianate structure which might have been a hospital or sanitorium owned by physicians Solomon Brown Sr and his son, Solomon Brown Jr.
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Almeda's house was a fulfillment of her dream to be a self supporting businesswoman and artist.  Her past included a scandalous divorce from the Reverend Jeremiah Yates in Galena Illinois.  He wrote a lengthy, angry, book about the incident.  Almeda responded in a pamphlet a few years later.
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Almeda Yates House

Address: 1522 Hillside Avenue N
Neighborhood/s: Jordan, Minneapolis, Minnesota
City/locality-
State/province
Minneapolis, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1887
Primary Style: Queen Anne
Historic Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Current Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Architect or source of design: William Haight
Builder: James Leck
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Wood
Material of Foundation: Limestone
First Owner: Almeda Yates

Jordan Minneapolis Hennepin


Almeda Yates was a teacher, artist, and missionary. She came to Minneapolis from Stillwater where she had been a teacher. She commissioned architect William Haight and builder James Leck to build a house on the highest spot on the Hill on Hillside Avenue in North Minneapolis. The house shared the lot with an older Italianate structure which might have been a hospital or sanitorium owned by physicians Solomon Brown Sr and his son, Solomon Brown Jr.

Almeda's house was a fulfillment of her dream to be a self supporting businesswoman and artist. Her past included a scandalous divorce from the Reverend Jeremiah Yates in Galena Illinois. He wrote a lengthy, angry, book about the incident. Almeda responded in a pamphlet a few years later.

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