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Landmark Center/The Old Federal Courts Building: Secondary Sources: Books & Articles


Preservation Before the Preservationists: The Beginnings of Preservation in St. Paul, by Charles W. Nelson.
In Ramsey County History Vol. 36, no. 2 (summer 2001), pp. 21-24.
MNHS call number: F612.R22 R3 v.36:2

Downtown St. Paul’s Landmark: A Classic Example of Adaptive Reuse: The Former Federal Building Has Been Restored in All its Glory to Serve the Capital City as its Landmark Center.
In Construction Bulletin (Minneapolis, Minn.). Vol. 242, no. 6 (May 7, 1993), pp. 19-22.
MNHS call number: TA1 .I3 v.242:6



Landmark: Stories of a Place, by Billie Young.
St. Paul, Minn. : Minnesota Landmarks, 2002.
MNHS call number: F613.S8 L369 2002

Landmark Center : A Work of Art Serving People by Bonnie Richter.
Saint Paul, Minn.: Minnesota Landmarks, 1982.
MNHS call number: F 613 .S8 L367

A Landmark Reclaimed: The Federal Building/1902, the Old Federal Courts Building/1965, the Landmark Center/1972 of St. Paul by Eileen Michels.
St. Paul, Minn. : Minnesota Landmarks, 1977.
MNHS call number: F613.S8 L366 1977

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