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Andrew John Volstead House

Andrew John Volstead House
Andrew John Volstead House
Location 163 Ninth Avenue
Granite Falls, Minnesota
Coordinates

44°48′33.3″N 95°32′23.7″W / 44.809250°N 95.539917°W / 44.809250; -95.539917Coordinates: 44°48′33.3″N 95°32′23.7″W / 44.809250°N 95.539917°W / 44.809250; -95.539917

Built 1878[4]
Architectural style Wood Frame; cedar roof
Governing body private
NRHP Reference # 74001046[1][2][3]
Significant dates
Added to NRHP December 30, 1974
Designated NHL December 8, 1976[5]

The Andrew John Volstead House, located at 163 Ninth Avenue, Granite Falls, in the U.S. state of Minnesota was the home of Andrew Volstead (1860-1947). He personified prohibition to the American people, having authored the National Prohibition Act of 1919. The home is a wood-frame structure with a large two-story stairwell tower that was added on by Volstead shortly after he purchased the property. During Volstead's time, the first floor had a large screened porch; this has now been replaced by an open porch. The interior is adorned with oak woodwork and stained glass.[3]

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External links

  • Andrew Volstead Home Museum - Granite Falls Historical Society
  • 2 data pages, on Andrew John Volstead House at Historic American Buildings Survey.
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