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Exploring Nicollet Avenue’s unusual Lustron houses

The Lustron Corp. began to design porcelain-enameled steel houses in 1947 and marketed them to GIs returning from World War II.

(MinnPost photo by Steve Date.)

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    There’s a Lustron house in Sioux Falls as well. I’ve always wondered what was going on with that house. Thanks for the...
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    oh my god, me too! this is awesome!
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    I’ve always wondered about these houses!
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    There’s one in Sioux Falls too, and it’s adorable…if a somewhat obnoxious blue color.
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    there are some of these in Fargo, too I think they’re neat
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    awesome
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