National Register Listings in
Ramsey County, Minnesota

3M Administration Building Arlington Hills Library Armstrong, John M., House Assumption School Beebe, Dr. Ward, House Blair Flats Bridges No. L-5853 and 92247 Brooks, Edward, Sr. and Markell, House Brunson, Benjamin, House Bullard, Casiville, House Burbank-Livingston-Griggs House Butler, Pierce and Walter, House C.S.P.S. Hall Central Presbyterian Church Church of St. Agnes-Catholic Church of St. Bernard-Catholic Church of St. Casimir-Catholic Church of the Assumption-Catholic Cobb, Cyrus B., House Colorado Street Bridge Commerce Building Como Park Conservatory Davern, William and Catherine, Farm House Degree of Honor Protective Association Building Derham Hall and Our Lady of Victory Chapel, College of St. Catherine Euclid View Flats Farmers Union Grain Terminal Association Headquarters Finch, Vanslyck and McConville Dry Goods Company Building First Baptist Church of St. Paul First National Bank of White Bear Fitzgerald, F. Scott, House Fitzpatrick Building Foss House Germania Bank Building Gibbs, Heman, Farmstead Giesen-Hauser House Hamline Methodist Episcopal Church Hamm Building Harriet Island Pavilion Highland Park Tower Hill's James, J., North Oaks Farm, Dairy Building Hill's, James J., North Oaks Farm, Dairy Building, Granary Root Cellar and Auxiliary Buildings, Boundary Increase Hill, James J., House Hinkel, Ann Charlotte and Jacob, House Historic Hill District Hobe, E. H., House-Solheim Holman Field Administration Building Hope Engine Company No. 3 Indian Mounds Park Mound Group Intercity Bridge Irvine Park Historic District Irvine, Horace Hills, House Kellogg, Frank B., House Krank Manufacturing Company Lauer Flats Lee, Olaf, House Lowertown Historic District Luckert, David, House Manhattan Building McGill, Andrew R., House Mendota Road Bridge Merchants National Bank Mickey's Diner Minnesota Boat Club Boathouse on Raspberry Island Minnesota Building Minnesota Historical Society Building Minnesota Milk Company Building Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Company Building Minnesota State Capitol Muench, Adolf, House Muskego Church Northern Pacific Railway Company Como Shops Historic District Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church Noyes, Charles P., Cottage O'Donnell Shoe Company Building Old Federal Courts Building Old Main, Macalester College Osborn Building Payne Avenue State Bank Pilgrim Baptist Church Pioneer and Endicott Buildings Ramsey County Poor Farm Barn Ramsey, Alexander, House Ramsey, Justus, Stone House Rau/Strong House Riverside Hangar Riverview Branch Library Robert Street Bridge Rochat-Louise-Sauerwein Block Roselawn Chapel and Administration Building Salvation Army Women's Home and Hospital Schmidt, Jacob, Brewing Company Historic District Schneider, Charles W., House Schornstein Grocery and Saloon Seventh Street Improvement Arches Shubert, Sam S., Theatre and Shubert Building Spangenberg, Frederick, House St. Agatha's Conservatory of Music and Arts St. Anthony Park Branch Library St. Joseph's Academy St. Matthew's School St. Paul Casket Company St. Paul Cathedral-Catholic St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse St. Paul Municipal Grain Terminal St. Paul Public/James J. Hill Reference Library St. Paul Union Depot St. Paul Union Depot (Boundary Increase) St. Paul Women's City Club St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company Shops Historic District Boundary Increase St. Paul, Minneapolis, & Manitoba Railway Company Shops Historic District Superior Packing Company Plant Thompson, Charles, Memorial Hall Triune Masonic Temple United Church Seminary United States Bedding Company United States Post Office and Custom House University Hall-Old Main, Hamline University Vienna and Earl Apartment Buildings Walsh Building Watson, Dwight H. and Clara M., House (Additional Documentation) West Summit Avenue Historic District White Bear Lake Armory Woodland Park Baptist Church Woodland Park District Yoerg, Anthony, Sr., House
The first Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives, which would later become the Big Ten Conference, was held in Minneapolis in 1895.
~ Minnesota random facts