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Forsberg house at 815 3rd Avenue S., Fargo, N.D.
Forsberg house at 815 3rd Avenue S., Fargo, N.D.
TitleForsberg house at 815 3rd Avenue S., Fargo, N.D.
Date of Original1919?
DescriptionTwo story Classical Revival style home with screened-in front porch, with balustrade on second level. Forward facing gable in attic level of house has Palladian window. The porch is supported by Tuscan columns.
Ordering InformationConsult: http://library.ndsu.edu/ndsuarchives/duplication-services
General SubjectCity & Town Life
Subject (LCTGM)Houses
Porches
Palladian windows
Balustrades
Subject (AAT)Classical Revival
Personal NameBanks, Dorothy, 1901-1974
Forsberg, Walter Dewey, 1898-1986
Forsberg, Anna M., 1857-1948
Organization NameForsberg House (Fargo, N.D.)
LocationFargo (N.D.)
Cass County (N.D.)
North Dakota
United States
AddressFargo (N.D.) - 3rd Avenue S.
Fargo (N.D.) - 3rd Avenue S. - 800 block
Decade1910-1919
Item Number2007.0215-08
Negative Number2007.0215-08
Format of OriginalFilm negatives
Dimensions of Original9 x 15 cm.
NotesTitle supplied by staff.
Photographer unknown.
Biography/HistoryThe home at 815 3rd Avenue S. was built by Mrs. Peter Gustav Forsberg in 1906. Mrs. Forsberg was a widow who had a real estate business, and three children; Ann, Dorothy and Dewy. Mrs. Forsberg died in 1948, and at that time her daughter, Dorothy Banks, returned to Fargo to live with her brother, Dewey in the house. The siblings had a large collection of antiques and unique collectables, and the sibling began to make their house into a museum. In 1974, Dorothy died and Dewey was not able to take on the expense of keeping up the museum, and he sold the house in 1976 to Mary Joan Grove and Mary Ellen Maltry of Grove-Maltry Estate Liquidators. The contents of the museum was sold, and Dewey moved to an apartment at the Grave Inn in downtown Fargo. Dewey died in 1986. The house was purchased in 1977 by Fargo attorney Elizabeth Maxwell to use as her office. In 1981, the property was taken over by the Schneider Law Firm.
Repository InstitutionNorth Dakota State University Libraries, Institute for Regional Studies
Repository CollectionFargo Homes Photograph Collection 2007
Collection Finding AidConsult: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/13829
Credit LineInstitute for Regional Studies, NDSU, Fargo (2007.215-08)
Rights ManagementCopyright held by the Institute for Regional Studies.
Languageeng
Digital IDrs007338
Original SourceNegative
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