Arthur and Edith Lee House
Arthur and Edith Lee House

1931 Arthur and Edith Lee House
1931, National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form
2014 Arthur and Edith Lee House
2014, National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form

Address:4600 Columbus Avenue South
Neighborhood: Field
Construction Date: 1923
Contractors:J.A. Heinsch
Architects:N/A
Architectural Styles: Vernacular
Historic Use: Residential
Current Use: Residential
Date of Local Designation: 2016
Date of National Designation: 2014
Area of Significance: Social history
Period of Significance: 1923 - 1933
Historic Profile:  In July 1931, a series of menacing riots occurred at 4600 Columbus Avenue South after Arthur and Edith Lee, an African-American couple, purchased and moved into the home. The Arthur and Edith Lee House is associated with the significant events of these 1931 riots, as well as with broad patterns of social history, particularly in regard to African-American history in Minneapolis, race relations, and historical trends of housing discrimination.
Photo Credits:
National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form (2014)
Works Cited:
“Designation Study: Arthur and Edith Lee House” (2016)
 
Updated: September 2016

Last updated Sep 26, 2016

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