Henry Heinsch House, 390 Stryker Avenue South, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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Henry Heinsch House

Address: 390 Stryker Avenue S
Neighborhood/s: West Side, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Yoerg's Bluff, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Saint Paul, Minnesota
Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1884
Primary Style: Victorian
Historic Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Current Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Builder: Henry Heinsch
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Wood
Building Permit Number: 646
First Owner: Henry Heinsch

West Side, Yoerg's Bluff Saint Paul Ramsey County

Henry Heinsch House, 390 Stryker Avenue South, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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"This house was built by local carpenter Henry Heinsch in 1884. Heinsch originally settled in Fairbault, MN in the 1870's and moved to St. Paul with his young family by 1880. He lived in this house and conducted his carpentry business from the house for several years. The duplex remained in the ownership of the Heinsch family for three generations. At least five houses in the immediate neighborhood are attributed to carpenter Henry Heinsch. From 1890-ca. 1902 the second story of the house was rented by Joseph H. Clark and his family. Clark was originally from Portland, Maine and first worked for the Jackson Street Fish Market in St. Paul and later for R. E. Cobb Company, a West Side wholesale grocer. When the Clark family prospered they moved across the street to become the second owners of one of the West Side's most interesting and ornate Victorian mansions, the Heimbach House at 64 W. Delos Street. Joseph Clark's descendants lived in the house at 64 W. Delos Street until 1970" [1]


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