Charles E. Bell
Charles E. Bell (born 1858), often known as C.E. Bell, was an American architect of Council Bluffs, Iowa and of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He worked alone and in partnership with John H. Kent and Menno S. Detweiler.
He also worked as part of C.E. Bell, Tyrie and Chapman.
Works include (with attribution):
- Brown County Courthouse, Beaux Arts, built 1910, 100 S. Jefferson St. Green Bay, WI, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Cass County Courthouse, Beaux Arts, built 1904-1906, South Ninth Street between Second and Third avenues, Fargo, ND, NRHP-listed.
- Delaware County Courthouse, Romanesque Revival, Main St. Manchester, IA, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Gov. S. H. Elrod House, 301 N. Commercial St. Clark, SD, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Grant County Courthouse, built in 1915, jct. of Park Ave. and Main St. Milbank, SD, (Bell,C.E.; Bell & Detweiler), NRHP-listed
- One or more works in Harlan Courthouse Square Commercial District, Market, 6th, 7th, and Court Sts., around Courthouse Sq. Harlan, IA, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Koochiching County Courthouse, 4th St. and 7th Ave. International Falls, MN, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Marshall County Courthouse, 911 Vander Horck Ave. Britton, SD (Bell and Detweiler), NRHP-listed
- Martin County Courthouse, 201 Lake Avenue, Fairmont, MN
- Shelby County Courthouse, built 1893, 7th and Court Sts. Harlan, IA, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- South Dakota State Capitol, bounded by Broadway, Washington, and Capitol Aves. Pierre, SD, (Bell,C.E.), NRHP-listed
- Van West, Carroll (Autumn, 1987). "A Landscape of Statehood: The Montana State Capitol". Montana: The Magazine of Western History 37 (4): 74.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
- "Building Location Details: Martin County Courthouse".
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