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State board picks Prospect House for National Register

The Prospect House in Battle Lake has been reviewed and unanimously approved for entry onto the National Register of Historic Places by the Minnesota State Review Board. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"136297","attributes":{"...

The Prospect House in Battle Lake has been reviewed and unanimously approved for entry onto the National Register of Historic Places by the Minnesota State Review Board. 
The nomination is now on its way to Washington, D.C., for final review. A final decision should become public in May. The Prospect House was nominated to the National Register because of its architectural design and transformation into a “Colonial Revival Style” house in 1929. Today, the Prospect House is a museum, displaying and preserving the history of James A. “Cap” Colehour, Civil War veterans and the four generations of family that transformed the structure from a hotel to a family residence.  The Prospect House in Battle Lake has been reviewed and unanimously approved for entry onto the National Register of Historic Places by the Minnesota State Review Board. 
The nomination is now on its way to Washington, D.C., for final review. A final decision should become public in May.The Prospect House was nominated to the National Register because of its architectural design and transformation into a “Colonial Revival Style” house in 1929.Today, the Prospect House is a museum, displaying and preserving the history of James A. “Cap” Colehour, Civil War veterans and the four generations of family that transformed the structure from a hotel to a family residence. 

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