Rowe, John, House (NRIS 80002118)

Address: 200 E. 2nd St., Jasper, MN. County/parish: Pipestone.

1 contributing building.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places March 03, 1980.

Part of Pipestone County MRA (NRIS 64000368).

From Wikipedia:

John Rowe House
The John Rowe House in Jasper, Minnesota, United States, is described as a "common bungalow type (built ca. 1905) expressed in uncommon material—locally quarried Sioux quartzite." The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. John Rowe, a quarry man, clad the house in local Sioux quartzite after purchasing the home in 1903 for $1,000. The home has been well maintained and is a privately owned residence, not open to the public. (read more...)


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