A symmetrically composed brick-and-stucco bungalow, the Hanson house seems somewhat English, somewhat Prairie-esque and Craftsman. The brick terrace at the front overlooks the open park across the street. The Saint Paul, Minnesota, landscape architects Holm and Olson laid out the grounds around the house so that they seem like an extension of the adjacent park.
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1926; Vorse, Kraetsch, and Kraetsch; Holm and Olson, landscape architects. 421 S. Marshall St.
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