List of contributing properties in the St. Anthony Falls Historic District

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Saint Anthony Falls looking upstream
Saint Anthony Falls looking downstream

The following are the 85 contributing properties in the Saint Anthony Falls Historic District in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. About 56 still exist. The district's archaeological record is considered to be one of the most-endangered historic sites in Minnesota.[1]


  • Adams-Barquist House
  • Andrew and Ole Loberg House, 171 E. Island Ave.
  • Andrew and Ole Loberg House, 175 E. Island Ave.
  • Backe-Barquist House
  • Baker-Leber House
  • Barquist-Holmberg House
  • Bridge No. L-8900
  • Bridge No. L-9331
  • Bridge No. L-9332
  • Bridge No. L-9333
  • Brookins, George, W., House
  • Crown Roller Mill
  • Eastman Tunnel
  • Falls of St. Anthony Dam
  • Falls of St. Anthony Dike
  • Falls of St. Anthony, East Channel Escarpment
  • Griswold, Franklin G., House, 15-17 Maple Pl.
  • Griswold, Franklin, G., House, 107-109 W. Island Ave.
  • Hall and Dann Barrel Company Factory
  • Hennepin Island Hydroelectric Plant
  • house, 27 Maple Pl.
  • house, 18-20 Maple Pl.
  • Humboldt Flour Mill
  • John Mayell House
  • Log Sluice
  • Main Street Hydroelectric Station
  • Martin and Morrison Block
  • Mayall, John, House
  • Meader-Farnham House, 103-105 W. Island Ave.
  • Minneapolis Eastern Railway Company Engine House
  • Minneapolis Flour Mill
  • Murphy, Edward, House
  • North Star Woolen Mill
  • Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company Elevator A (Ceresota Building)
  • O'Brien-Meyer House
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
  • Pease, R.M.S, House
  • Pillsbury "A" Mill
  • Pillsbury "A" Mill Transformer Building
  • Pillsbury Industrial Equipment/ Pillsbury Machine Shop
  • Pillsbury Warehouse #2
  • Pracna Building
  • Pye, James, House
  • Russell's Planing Mill/ Model Mill/ King Midas Flour Mill
  • Salisbury & Satterlee Company Complex
  • St. Anthony Falls Hydroelectric Laboratory
  • St. Anthony Falls Water Power Co. Canal/ Pillsbury Canal
  • St. Anthony Falls Water Power Co. Tailrace/ Chute Tunnel
  • Standard Flour Mill
  • Stone Arch Bridge
  • Third Avenue Bridge
  • Upton Block/ Union Iron Works
  • Washburn, Crosby & Company "A" Flour Mill (Washburn "A" Mill)
  • Washburn-Crosby Company Elevator No. 2
  • Washburn-Crosby Company Train Shed
  • William D. Burnett Tenement
  • Woodward Flat Duplex
  • Woodward Flat Fourplex


Arctic, Union, Holly and Cataract flour mills
Minneapolis Boiler Works
  • Alaska Flour Mill/ Pillsbury "B" Flour Mill
  • Anchor Flour Mill
  • Arctic Flour Mill/ St. Anthony Flour Mill
  • Cataract Flour Mill
  • Clapp Woolen Mill/ Empire Mill/ Pillsbury B Elevator
  • Columbia Flour Mill
  • First Bassett Sawmill/ Second City Waterworks
  • First City Waterworks/ Holly Flour Mill
  • Galaxy Flour Mill
  • Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad Wheelhouse
  • Minneapolis Cotton Mill/ Excelsior Flour Mill
  • Minneapolis Eastern Railroad Trestle Piers
  • Minneapolis Mill Co. Gatehouse & Power Canal
  • Minneapolis Paper Mill/ Pillsbury Warehouse C
  • Northwestern Flour Mill
  • Occidental Feed Mill
  • Palisade Flour Mill
  • People's Flour Mill
  • Pettit Mill/ Northwestern Consolidated Elevator B
  • Phoenix Flour Mill/ Pillsbury Rye Mill
  • Pillsbury "A" Steam Power Plant
  • Russell Mill/ Dakota Mill/ King Midas Flour Mill
  • Second Bassett Sawmill
  • Second East Side Platform Sawmills
  • Union Flour Mill
  • Washburn "B" Flour Mill Complex
  • Washburn "C" Flour Mill Complex
  • Zenith Flour Mill
Panoramic photo from the new Water Power Park, visible from this vantage: the lower portion of Saint Anthony Falls; the concrete wall on the far side of the falls is part of the locks to allow ships to pass the waterfall; to the left is the Stone Arch Bridge, above it is the Guthrie Theater; to the right of the Guthrie are the white silos and reconstructed shell of the former Washburn "A" Mill, now the Mill City Museum; to the right of the museum are a series of redeveloped flour and grain mills making up a significant portion of the city's Mills District.

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  1. ^ "10 Most Endangered Places" (PDF). Preservation Alliance of Minnesota. 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-01.