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Egan's picnic grounds - Hidden Valley Park5 viewsThe original chimney remains at Hidden Valley Park, initially known as Egan's picnic grounds at the Credit River, in Savage.
Antler's Park Sign5 viewsA historic Antler's Park Sign at the Lakeville Historical Society.
Frank's Red Crown Garage5 viewsBurnsville residents in the Orchard Garden's area likely utilized this garage. This 1920's photo shows Frank's Red Crown Garage on Old Lyndale (now County Road 5) between Orchard Gardens and Lakeville. Today this is the site of Benjamin Sign Company. Photo compliments of the Lakeville Historical Society.
LivInn 5 viewsLivInn -13080 Aldrich Avenue, South.

From their 2020 website: Centrally poised just 20 minutes from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, the LivINN Hotel Minneapolis South/Burnsville is a relaxing home base just beyond the excitement of downtown. Contemporary decor and modern amenities invite you to relax and unwind in our comfortable guest rooms and Jacuzzi suites. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, a hot breakfast buffet daily, fitness room and free parking. Have a drink or dine at Clive's Roadhouse Restaurant for lunch or dinner, conveniently located adjacent to our hotel. For work or play, our Burnsville hotel offers everything you need for a relaxing stay in the Twin Cities.
Fr.Anatole Oster - pastor 1867 - 18785 viewsFr. Oster, pastor of St. John the Baptist, then in Burnsville.
Father Peter Wittman - pastor 1984 - St. John the Baptist newest church 19855 viewsFr. Peter Whitman in front of the recently completed St. John the Baptist Church June, 1985
St. John the Baptist 19855 viewsJuly, 1980 the entry for St. John the Baptist Church, Savage. The church was built in 1902.
Fr. Patrick Glennon5 viewsProfile of Father Glennon, the fourth pastor of St. John the Baptist. He died March 16, 1900.
Fr. Leonard Jenniges pastor 1967 - 19845 viewsFr. Jenniges pastor of St. John the Baptist.

Father Leonard John Jenniges was born on March 1, 1923, in Waterbury Township, Redwood County, the son of John J. and Caroline (Aufterheide) Jenniges.

He attended grade school in Wanda and 3 years at Lamberton High School. He went on to Nazareth Hall Seminary and St. Paul Seminary and was ordained on June 5, 1948, at St. Paul Cathedral. He was assigned to St. Mary's Catholic Church in Sleepy Eye. Father Leonard returned to Nazareth Hall as a teacher for 18 years where he taught German, Greek, and Latin among other duties. He was assigned to St. John the Baptist Church in Savage, MN for 17 ½ years, St. Mary's Catholic Church in LeCenter, MN for 9 years and returned to Wanda in 1993.

As a young man, Leonard played baseball for the Wanda team, has been a member of the Knights of Columbus in 1943, and enjoyed fishing, playing cards, gardening, reading, and watching sports - especially high school and college.

He died on Monday, July 28, 2014, at the age of 91 years at the Divine Providence Community Home in Sleepy Eye, MN.
Burnsville arts group to have permanent house in Alamagnet Park5 viewsSeptember 26, 1988 - Burnsville Thisweek. Burnaville Area Society for the Arts representatives stand in front of the Alimagnet Park house slated to become Burnsville's First Center for the Arts. Shown are - Carol Guthrie, Bonnie Featherstone, Terry Schultz and Diane McMahon.
Stevens Family Law and Mediation PLLC5 viewsAugust 28, 2020 - Burnsville Eagan Sun/Thisweek news - paid profile of a Burnsville legal firm.
State Farm insurance agents 19815 views1981 ad for the Community Theatre of Burnsville features Burnsville's four State Farm Insurance agents - Brian Busch, Jeff Schwantes
and the photos of Kirk Detlefsen and Emmet Zweber reversed.
North Imports5 viewsSelling previously owned vehicles and located at 1705 Hightway 13 East. Photo 2020.
Roger Richardson5 viewsRoger Richardson, Burnsville's first mayor.
Jerry Lewis Cinema5 viewsOctober 1, 1971 Opening of the Jerry Lewis Theatre, Cedarvale.
Assembling ties at Savage 1908.5 viewsIn the photo, one building remains in 2020 - the Razors Edge Barbershop, then the Garvey Store (originally owned by John Berrisford). Also shown is the steeple of the 1902 St. John the Baptist Church.

Source: Dan Patch Electric Railroad informational booklet - 1908.

Assembling ties at Savage, Minnesota. Back of this scene is the town of Savage; named after President Savage. The picture shown here shows that we have begun to put the finishing touches on the first section. The picture shows that we are assembling ties along the route preparatory to the laying of the rails.
Double track Steel Draw Bridge - Savage Minnesota 19085 viewsThe $50,000.00 double track steel draw bridge on the Dan Patch Electric Railroad crossing the Minnesota River at Savage. This photo was taken shortly after the bridge was completed and during the highest stage of the recent waters of the Minnesota River. The bridge has been in operation for steamboats for several months. Source: Dan Patch Electric Railroad informational brochure 1908.
The route of the Dan Patch Line5 viewsThe cover page of the Dan Patch Electric Railroad informational brochure 1908 showing the route with stops in Savage, Orchard Gardens and Lakeville...
MInnesota River described as the highway to the world 19805 viewsSeptember 30, 1980 - Burnsville Sun.

Del Stelling recalls the Minnesota River.
Helicopter photo provides view of Cedarvale area for ribbon-cutting of Minnesota Federal.5 viewsMarch 1973 - Business Voice of the South Suburban Area. The helicopter conveying Minnesota Federal ribbon cutting participants lands at the Cedarvale Shopping Center on February 5, 1973...
Skyline Display5 viewsBusiness Ink, March 1987 cover photo Skyline Display Burnsville.
Valley National Bank no MIdamerica Bank5 viewsFebruary-March 1974 Business Voice ad with a pond view of the MidAmerica Bank.
Jeep is Park's one and only 19875 viewsMarch, 1987 Business Ink

A feature story about Park Jeep, Burnsville.
Minnesota River potential reviewed by local leaders 19795 viewsJuly 25,1979 Burnsville Sun by Del Stelling:

Bill Kennedy and Jens Casperson, members of the Lower Minnesota River Watershed board are guests on a recent river cruise.
Minnesota River Crossings have always been a problem 19805 viewsMarch 18, 1980 Burnsville Sun:

Del Stelling recalls stories of pioneers crossing the Minnesota River...
County Road 5 expansion encroaches on homes, history5 viewsMay 29, 1994 Thisweek News/Dakota County Tribune

County Road 5 construction between Burnsville and Lakeville,in Orchard Gardens, begins.
Savage Depot5 viewsThe Savage Depot as it looked when moved to Murhpy's Landing Shakopee.
Townhomes Kennelly Circle5 viewsBack yard view of the townhomes on the Kennelly land Highway 13, Burnsville.
Burnsville Motors Sales and Service5 viewsThe front window at Burnsville Motors Sales & Service, 2000 Highway 13 Frontage Road North began in 2002. Photo 2020.
Savage Liquor Store and Dan Patch Lounge5 viewsAnother view of the Savage Liquor Store/ Dan Patch Lounge.
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