The Church of Christ, One of Many Churches Each of Which Are Built in Different Architectural Styles in New Ulm, Minnesota…
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Original Caption: The Church of Christ, One of Many Churches Each of Which Are Built in Different Architectural Styles in New Ulm, Minnesota. The Town Was Founded in 1854 by a Group of German Immigrants. It Is Predominately a Farming Community Although Growth Since 1950 Has Been Due to the Arrival of Manufacturing Firms. Since the 1960’s a Community Effort Has Helped to Revitalize the Business District of the County Seat Trading Center. Population for New Ulm Is 13,000.
U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-15713
Photographer: Schulke, Flip, 1930-2008
New Ulm (Brown county, Minnesota, United States) inhabited place
Environmental Protection Agency
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