Bovey Village Hall,402 2nd Street, Bovey, Minnesota

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Bovey Village Hall

Address: 402 2nd Street
City/locality-
State/province
Bovey, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Itasca County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1934
Primary Style: Renaissance Revival
Secondary Style: Beaux Arts
Historic Function: City hall/town hall/
Current Function: City hall/town hall/
Architect or source of design: Ingemann, William M.
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick
Material of Roof: Copper
Material of Foundation: Concrete

Bovey Itasca County

Bovey Village Hall,402 2nd Street, Bovey, Minnesota
(47.2954776° N, 93.4163804° WLatitude: 47°17′43.719″N
Longitude: 93°24′58.969″W
)
National Register of Historic Places Information
Reference Number: 91001059
Reference URL: [Reference]
Level of significance: Local
Primary Style: Renaissance Revival
Secondary Style: Beaux Arts


Built in 1934, this was one of the first builidings funded by the WPA in Minnesota. It is still in use today as the city hall for Bovey.

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http://www.bradhallart.com/Bovey_images/Bovey_village_hall.jpg http://www.bradhallart.com/Bovey_images/Grace.gif The photo is a famous photo named 'Grace' that was taken of a resident in Bovey.

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MNHS National Register of Historic Places

Notes

MINNESOTA STATE PHOTO: The photograph “Grace” was adopted in 2002, as Minnesota’s official state photograph and written into law as Minnesota Statute 1.1498.


Read more about it:

In 1918, “Grace” was photographed by Eric Enstrom in the town of Bovey, Minnesota.

Scott Thistle, “Official State Photo Has Rich History,” St. Paul Pioneer Press 4/1/2002: B1.


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