Charles E. Flandrau House, 385 Pleasant Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Charles E. Flandrau House

Address: 385 Pleasant Avenue
City/locality-
State/province
Saint Paul, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1871
Year razed: 1955
Notes: Blair and Grace Flandrau lived here

Saint Paul Ramsey

Charles E. Flandrau House, 385 Pleasant Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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This home was the residence of prominent Saint Paul attorney and writer, Charles Eugene Frandrau. Charles E. Flandrau lived here until his death in 1903. The home stayed in the family, and Blair Flandrau and his wife Grace moved back here to Blair's childhood home when Blair was dying. Blair died November 28, 1938. The house was razed about 1955.

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History

"The Flandrau mansion at 385 Pleasant was the essence of Victorian St. Paul, but by 1940 a badly decaying neighborhood surrounded the antique structure. […] Flandrau friends remember little of the home's interior except its darkness and its two always-fire-lit libraries"

Memories and stories

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Notes

    Ray, Georgia. Grace Flandrau: Voice Interrupted (Roseville, Minn.: Edinborough Press, 2007).

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