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The Savage DepotAfter being moved back to Savage from then Murphy's Landing, the historic depot became a restaurant.Dec 09, 2019
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Savage depot future uncertain again 2015April 1, 2015 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports: The City of Savage owns the historic Depot and since January 1 has been seeking proposals for the buildings' future...Dec 09, 2019
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Burnsville Class of 1963 graduation programFrom the collection of Marian Bohn: The Class of 1963 graduation program. Dec 09, 2019
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River Hills Lutheran - now Lutheran Church of the AscensionLutheran Church of the Ascension was initially known as River Hill Lutheran Church, 1964 Dakota County Tribune ad.Dec 09, 2019
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Chief of Police is professionalSeptember 27, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: Many years of police education and experience characterize the career of Burnsville's Chief of Police Edward Farrell...Dec 09, 2019
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Burnsville High Band to present concertOctober 29, 1964 Dakota County Tribune: Rehearsal of the Burnsville High School Concert Band includes from left - Sally Williams, Jack Bergman, Jeff Korak, Bob Fagiem, Nancy Kehren and Ron Ronning Director.Dec 09, 2019
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Resusciator is gift to police force 1964November 12, 1964 Dakota County Tribune photo: Lt. Robert French with recently donated resuscitator.Dec 09, 2019
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Electronic secretary takes calls 1964November 12, 1964 Dakota County Tribune: Burnsville Police has an electronic secretary to take calls.Dec 09, 2019
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Largest voter turnout expectedOctober 29, 1964 Dakota County Tribune reports: The November 3 election will likely have the largest voter turnout in Burnsville's history.Dec 09, 2019
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Downtown Savage late fallNow, 2019 West 123rd Street, Downtown Savage. This was location of the first bank, later becoming the library and Allen's Dodge. Where the Depot now stands was the Dan Patch Liquor Store and Lounge.Dec 09, 2019
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The site of the Mark Egan gas station, now El LoroThe El Loro stands on the site of the Mark Egan Gas Station in Savage. El Loro - Mexican grill turning out classic dishes along with sizable margaritas in an upbeat, casual setting. Address: 4749 E Hwy 13. Dec 09, 2019
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Downtown Savage late fallNow, 2019 West 123rd Street, Downtown Savage. This was location of the first bank, later becoming the library and Allen's Dodge.Dec 09, 2019
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Downtown SavageDecember 2019 view of Downtown Savage showing the restored depot.Dec 09, 2019
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Control Data buys Gallagher landNovember 5, 1965 Dakota County Tribune reports on the Gallagher brothers (Enos and Martin) selling farm property to Control Data.Dec 09, 2019
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St. John the Baptist CemeteryThe original burial section at St. John the Baptist Cemetery, Judicial Road, Burnsville.Dec 09, 2019
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St. John the Baptist CemeteryWinter view of St. John the Baptist Cemetery's original section, Judicial Road, Burnsville 2019.Dec 09, 2019
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St. John the Baptist windowsMany of the window were saved from the 1902 St. John the Baptist Church to be used in the present structure.Dec 09, 2019
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St. John the Baptist CemeteryDecember, 2019 a lone crow at St. John's Cemetery.Dec 09, 2019
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Town HallBurnsville Town Hall 1964, County Road 5, now part of the Ames Construction campus.Dec 09, 2019
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Flower show in Burnsville 1964August 27, 1964 Dakota County Tribune features: The Beauty of Burnsville Flower show at the Burnsville Elementary School (part of today's high school).Dec 09, 2019
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35 W shown in aerialAugust 13, 1964 Dakota County Tribune aerial of the expansion of 35 W.Dec 09, 2019
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St. John the Baptist School expansionJune 25, 1964 Dakota County Tribune: Ground breaking for the expansion of the St. John the Baptist Catholic School serving Savage and Burnsville. Shown is pastor Fr. Francis Dudley.Dec 09, 2019
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Frank Gibson BarbershopApril 16, 1964 Frank Gibson's Barbershop Rosemount eventually ended up at historic Dakota City, Farmington.
For some living in Burnsville or those attending high school in Rosemount, this was their barbershop.
Dec 09, 2019
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Maintenance Department growth 1965February 4, 1965 Dakota County Tribune story: The Burnsville maintenance department has grown rapidly in the past 15 years and department head Ed Giles can remember when it did not even deserve this name. Giles has been with the department since 1951 except for a two year stint with Uncle Sam between 1955 and 1957...Dec 09, 2019
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Ottawa Avenue as it looks in 1914 and 2019.Likely, Savage's oldest business building - the Razors' Edge. It was originally the Berrisford Store in Burnsville. After St. John the Baptist church burnt and was rebuilt in Savage in 1902 the store was moved there. It is the Garvey Store in the top photo, 1914 and a view of the street December, 2019. Dec 08, 2019
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Ottawa Avenue as it looks in 1914 and 2019.Likely, Savage's oldest business building - the Razors' Edge. It was originally the Berrisford Store in Burnsville. After St. John the Baptist church burnt and was rebuilt in Savage in 1902 the store was moved there. It is the Garvey Store in the top photo, 1914 and a view of the street December, 2019.Dec 08, 2019
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Dan Patch paradeDan Patch parade undated.Dec 08, 2019
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Ann Connelly CosgroveShe was the daughter of Pat and Mary (Hayes Connelly), the last family member to live in the historic farm house on Highway 13. After the sale of the farm, she and her husband Dennis moved to Savage.Dec 08, 2019
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St. John the Baptist historic bellInscription on the historic bell hanging in the present Church in Savage. This bell was saved from the church when it burnt in Burnsville and placed in the tower of the 1902 structure.Dec 08, 2019
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The Buffalo TapFull view of the Buffalo Tap, downtown Savage.Dec 08, 2019
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