This is a fine example of late Queen Anne architecture in North Dakota. The tall three-story wood-frame building features steep gabled roofs, and a variety of bays, windows, and wall finishes. Ross, a Grand Forks architect, designed this house as a virtual duplicate of a widely published George W. Maher design, demonstrating something of the influences and working methods of several early North Dakota architects.
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Martin V. and Anna Linwell House
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