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The Fremad Building

While the Pope County Museum is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be highlighting historic sites around Pope County. We hope that you can walk or drive to visit these sites while maintaining appropriate physical distancing. The Fremad … Continue reading

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Fremad Building

This post is part of a collection of posts written in 2016 for Glenwood’s 150 year celebration. To see the map and full list of locations included in the walking tour, click here. Fremad Buildng – 20 South Franklin Street In … Continue reading

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Law Office / Bank Building

This post is part of a collection of posts written in 2016 for Glenwood’s 150 year celebration. To see the map and full list of locations included in the walking tour, click here. Law office / Bank– 14 South Franklin Street   … Continue reading

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Ben Franklin Building

This post is part of a collection of posts written in 2016 for Glenwood’s 150 year celebration. To see the map and full list of locations included in the walking tour, click here. Ben Franklin Building – 2 East Minnesota Avenue Built … Continue reading

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Mrs. Rising’s House

This week’s photograph shows the “Residence of Mrs. Rising’s” from 1876. According to J.G. Whittemore in 1940: “Mrs. H. E. Rising’s home located on Lot 10 Block 20 of the original plat of Glenwood. Remodeled by James Atckinson it is … Continue reading

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Simmons’ House

This photograph shows the “Residence of John Simmons” from 1876. It was located on lots 4 & 5 of block 30., which is the south east corner at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and 2nd street SW, across the street … Continue reading

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Dr. Whittemore’s House

This photograph shows the “Residence of Dr. Whittemore” from 1876. The home was built in 1870 on lots 6 & 7 of block 35 – where Ridgewood Villa is today. According to J.G. Whittemore in 1940: Dr. Whittemore is on … Continue reading

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Wollan Brothers’ Store / Fremad Building

This week’s photo in the series of Glenwood Photographs taken in 1876 by N.J. Trenham, is the “Wollan Bros. Store / Fremad Building.” It shows the main Fremad Association building and a few other buildings on the west side of South Franklin … Continue reading

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View from Durkee’s Hotel

This photograph shows the village Glenwood in 1876. Titled “View from Durkee’s Hotel.” Looking toward the lake from what is now the corner of 1st Avenue and 1st Street NE (by Phil Stumpf’s office – behind Palmer Creations/Glacial Printing), you can … Continue reading

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View from near Dr. Whittemore’s

This photograph shows the village Glenwood in 1876. The road leading away from the viewer is now Franklin Avenue / Highway 104 heading north. Most of the buildings on the left – middle of the image are along First Avenue … Continue reading

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