Rice Memorial Hospital, 301 Becker Avenue Southwest, Willmar Minnesota

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Improvement Bulletin, October 8, 1937, front cover.
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Rice Memorial Hospital

Rice Memorial Hospital about 1940
Address: 301 Becker Avenue SW
City/locality-
State/province
Willmar, Minnesota
County-
State/province:
Kandiyohi County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1937
Primary Style: Art Deco/Art Moderne
Additions: Outpatient wing, 1980
Historic Function: Hospital
Current Function: Hospital
Architect or source of design: William M. Ingemann
Builder: Jensen Construction Company
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Brick

Willmar Kandiyohi

Rice Memorial Hospital, 301 Becker Avenue Southwest, Willmar Minnesota
(45.1205103° N, 95.0463975° WLatitude: 45°7′13.837″N
Longitude: 95°2′47.031″W
)


Rice Memorial Hospital was constructed in 1937, during the Great Depression, with a trust from Colonel Cushman Rice in memory of his parents, Lieutenant Governor and Mrs. Albert Rice. It was designed by architect William M. Ingemann of Saint Paul and built by the Jensen Construction Company of Minneapolis.

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    Improvement Bulletin, October 8, 1937, front cover.

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