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E. Halden). The Jager plan projected a group of public buildings around a large open square (bounded by 3rd and 4th Avenues and 3rd and 4th Streets) and a five-block "public concourse" which terminated at another square with public buildings (bounded by llth and 12th Avenues and 3rd and 4th Streets). This paper plan was followed between 1909 and 1917 by an even larger City Beautiful scheme set forth initially by the master himself, Daniel H. Burnham, and carried on after his death by Edward H. Bennett.
A few motion picture theatres were built in the Twin Cities shortly after 1910, but many more appeared during the years 1920 through 1941. A few were in the realm of motion picture "palaces" — for instance, the Baroque Minnesota Theatre (1927, now gone) in Minneapolis and the exotic Chateau Theatre (1927) in Rochester. The depression years of the 1930s were the high point for theatres in Minnesota, as was true elsewhere in the United States. New theatres were built, Little House, 1913-15, Deephaven.
Paul and on a small scale in the McKusick House (1868) in Stillwater. By the early 1880s it is no longer easy to separate the styles which came and went and which so often intermingled in a single building. The pure, spindly Eastlake Style is not found very often in either residential or commercial buildings in Minnesota. Usually it was combined with another style — in churches with the Gothic (but then pure English Eastlake is Gothic) and in residences often with the Queen Anne. It was the Richardsonian Romanesque which at long last thrust Minnesota onto the national architectural scene.
A Guide to the Architecture of Minnesota by David Gebhard