Keene Photography Studio, 803-805 South Front Street, Mankato, Minnesota

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“He left the farm as a young man and followed an interest in photography. He opened a studio in Mankato and later had 14 branch offices throughout southern Minnesota. An accident forced him out of the photography business and in 1921 he was one of the first investors in the River Sand and Gravel Company. This firm later became the Guaranteed Sand and Gravel Company, a firm he actively headed until a few days ago.” 
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Keene Photography Studio

Address: 803 Front Street
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State/province
Mankato, Minnesota
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Blue Earth County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Historic Function: Photography Studio

Mankato Blue Earth


This brief biography is from George Keene's 1943 obituary in the Saint Paul Pioneer Press.

“He left the farm as a young man and followed an interest in photography. He opened a studio in Mankato and later had 14 branch offices throughout southern Minnesota. An accident forced him out of the photography business and in 1921 he was one of the first investors in the River Sand and Gravel Company. This firm later became the Guaranteed Sand and Gravel Company, a firm he actively headed until a few days ago.”

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Memories and stories

Photo Gallery

Some photographs by George Eldon Keene

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Notes

Saint Paul Pioneer Press March 13, 1943

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