John F. Eisenmenger house, 1015 Mound Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota (Razed)

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|house_intro=John Eisenmenger, a business man, built this impressive home at a cost of $47,000 near Indian Mounds Park about 1890.  The large brick structure featured sandstone trim around the windows. A fire destroyed the home in the early morning hours of August 14,1892.  Due to the dense fog and lack of specific address given by those who reported the fire, it took the fire department a long time to locate the structure.  Newspaper accounts speculated that the cause of the fire was arson, and insurance investigations followed.  In 1902 the property was added to the park area, and the bricks were hauled away for use in buildings at Como Park.
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John F. Eisenmenger house

Eisenmenger home after fire
Address: 1015 Mound Street
Neighborhood/s: Dayton's Bluff, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Minnesota
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State/province
Saint Paul, Minnesota, Minnesota
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State/province:
Ramsey County, Minnesota County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1891
Major Alterations: A major fire on August 14, 1892, destroyed much of this home, making it uninhabitable.warning.png"A major fire on August 14, 1892, destroyed much of this home, making it uninhabitable." is not in the list of possible values (Intact, Some/mostly intact, Altered, Significant Alterations, Alterations more apparent than original) for this property.
Historic Function: House/single dwelling or duplex
Current Function: Other
Current Function: Open space
Other Current Function: Open space
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick
Material of Roof: Slate
First Owner: John F. Eisenmenger

Dayton's Bluff Saint Paul, Minnesota Ramsey County, Minnesota

John F. Eisenmenger house, 1015 Mound Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota (Razed)
(44.949105,-93.060983warning.png"44.949105.-93.060983" is not a number. )


John Eisenmenger, a business man, built this impressive home at a cost of $47,000 near Indian Mounds Park about 1890. The large brick structure featured sandstone trim around the windows. A fire destroyed the home in the early morning hours of August 14,1892. Due to the dense fog and lack of specific address given by those who reported the fire, it took the fire department a long time to locate the structure. Newspaper accounts speculated that the cause of the fire was arson, and insurance investigations followed. In 1902 the property was added to the park area, and the bricks were hauled away for use in buildings at Como Park.

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