Burma Shave, 2019 East Lake Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Burma Shave

Address: 2019 Lake Street E
Neighborhood/s: Corcoran, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Hennepin County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1892
Year razed: 2017
Historic Function: Religious/Place of worship
Historic Function: Business
Builder: George Adams, James Leck

Corcoran Minneapolis Hennepin


It was 135 years ago, February 6th,1882, that a small group met at a farm home at East Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue South to charter Vine Congregational Church. Funds were raised including lumber donated by Second Congregational Church, and a church was built on 21st Avenue just south of Lake Street. That church building survived until January 19th, 2017. Along the way it was home to not only the Vine Church and Hugnad Assn., but it also gave birth to two nationally known companies, Winget Mfg.,and Burma Shave

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