Marian Anderson Mankato Art
First in the Mankato Historic Homes Series. The Schmidt House (formerly the YMCA of Mankato) in Mankato, Minnesota was listed on the National Historic Register, but has since been torn down.
Second in the Mankato Historic Homes Series. The Cray House (formerly the YWCA of Mankato) in Mankato, Minnesota is listed on the National Historic Register.
The second print in Marian Anderson’s Mankato series features downtown Mankato as it once was.
Celebrating Mankato’s Settlement 1852-2002
Official Mankato Sesquicentennial Print
The third print in Marian Anderson’s Mankato series, features summertime favorites Minneopa State Park, Sibley Park and the Oasis Root Beer stand.
Three historic homes from Mankato’s past: Schmidt Mansion, Cray House and Hubbard House.
Mankato Series includes Partners in Progress, Closing Time and Good Ol’ Summertime.
Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Bethany Lutheran College. 1927-2002
The first print in Marian Anderson’s Mankato series features the county courthouse, railroad depot and Saulpaugh Hotel.
Third and final in the Mankato Historic Homes Series, featuring the R.D. Hubbard House, now a historic house museum in Mankato and is on the National Historic Register.
Church of Saint Peter and Paul, Mankato, Minnesota – Commemorating 150 years
Marian Anderson’s driveway, located in the beautiful bluffs of the Blue Earth River Valley near Mankato, MN.