John Allenson House, 635 Bates Avenue North, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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"The original owner and resident of this house was John Allenson, a foreman at the St. Paul Foundry Company (Como Avenue near Western).  The house was built for an estimated $2,490.  A large Victorian home which retains ornate carving in bargeboards and window frames and intact porch cornice"
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October 20, 1897
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St. Paul Dispatch
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St. Paul, Minn
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Editor: please insert the following in this evening’s paper:
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A serious smash-up occurred at the corner of sixth and St. Peter Streets.  A teamster by the name of Mr. Brown was coming down Sixth St. at a lively rate, when a bicyclist by the name of Roy Brattow came screeching down St. Peter Street, and ran into the wagon.  The horse became frightened, and ran down Sixth St. as far as the Mannihiemers, when it was caught by some newsboys.  Considerable damage was done to the wagon and bicycle, but none seriously hurt.
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Jennie Allenson”
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Upper Swede Hollow Newsletter
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John Allenson House

Address: 635 Bates Avenue N
Neighborhood/s: Dayton's Bluff, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Year built: 1888
Primary Style: Victorian

Dayton's Bluff Saint Paul Ramsey

John Allenson House, 635 Bates Avenue North, Saint Paul, Minnesota
(44.959789° N, 93.072342° WLatitude: 44°57′35.24″N
Longitude: 93°4′20.431″W
)
National Register of Historic Places Information


Located "Above Swede Hollow, adjacent to site of Theodore Hamm's Mansion"

"Neighbor indicated that there were once fancy rock gardens and fountains behind this house"

"The original owner and resident of this house was John Allenson, a foreman at the St. Paul Foundry Company (Como Avenue near Western). The house was built for an estimated $2,490. A large Victorian home which retains ornate carving in bargeboards and window frames and intact porch cornice"

Contents

History

"Neighbor indicated that there were once fancy rock gardens and fountains behind this house"

Memories and stories

Memory

“This letter was found in the wall of the historic Allenson House at 635 Bates Avenue:

October 20, 1897 St. Paul Dispatch St. Paul, Minn

Editor: please insert the following in this evening’s paper: A serious smash-up occurred at the corner of sixth and St. Peter Streets. A teamster by the name of Mr. Brown was coming down Sixth St. at a lively rate, when a bicyclist by the name of Roy Brattow came screeching down St. Peter Street, and ran into the wagon. The horse became frightened, and ran down Sixth St. as far as the Mannihiemers, when it was caught by some newsboys. Considerable damage was done to the wagon and bicycle, but none seriously hurt.

Jennie Allenson” (Upper Swede Hollow News)

Location

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Notes

Ramsey County Historical Society, Inventory forms for Historic Sites Survey of St. Paul and Ramsey County, 1980-1983

Upper Swede Hollow Newsletter

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