Friday, March 02, 2007

Rapson's library
It's been a tough couple years for Ralph Rapson. The legend of Minnesota architecture saw his Guthrie demolished and a community library shuttered. Originally designed as a bank in 1964, the Southeast branch of the Minneapolis public library was closed in December due to a lack of funds. However, Preservation magazine reports that the city is trying to save it. (Photo by Jeremy Stratton of The Bridge)

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