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Sioux Falls Veterans Administration Medical & Regional Office Center, 2501 West Twenty-second, Sioux Falls, Minnehaha County, SD



B&W Photos

HB1076241
Building #5, Hospital, N.n.e

HB1076242
Building #5, Hospital, N.e

HB1076243
Building #5, Hospital, N.e

HB1076244
Building #5, Hospital, Directly East Of Building From Main Parking Lot

HB1076245
Building #5, Hospital, Slightly S.e

HB1076246
Building #5, Hospital, S.e

HB1076247
Building #5, Hospital, S.e

HB1076248
Building #5, Hospital, S.s.e

HB1076249
Building #5, Hospital, S.s.e

HB1076250
Building #5, Hospital, S.s.e

HB1076251
Building #5, Hospital, Aerial View Looking Southwest, November 2, 1948

HB1076252
Building #5, Hospital, Front East Elevation, December 7, 1948

HB1076253
Building #5, Hospital, Rendering Of East Elevation, Approximately 1946

HB1076254
Site Map Highlighting The Historic District Boundaries, Significant Buildings; Dotted Line Shows Location Of Outpatient Clinic Addition


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Item Title


Location
2501 West Twenty-second, Sioux Falls, SD

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS SD-20
Building/structure dates: 1920 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1948 subsequent work
Significance: The Sioux Falls Veterans Administration Medical and Regional Office Center is significant for its architecture. Buildings 1 and 5 are locally significant examples of Jacobethan and Gothic architectural styles. The two structures and the surrounding land, consisting mostly of the front yards to the east, were determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places on May 11, 1981.

Subjects
Medicine
T-plan Buildings
Brick Buildings


Related Names
Veterans Administration Architects
Schemmel, Ronald F., Photographer
Tupek, Karen Ronne, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, N.N.E. CORNER OF MAIN HOSPITAL FROM REGIONAL OFFICE PARKING LOT
2. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, N.E. CORNER OF REGIONAL OFFICE PARKING LOT LOOKING WEST
3. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, N.E. VIEW JUST SOUTH OF THE REGIONAL OFFICE PARKING LOT LOOKING W.S.W.
4. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, DIRECTLY EAST OF BUILDING FROM MAIN PARKING LOT
5. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, SLIGHTLY S.E. OF MAIN PARKING LOT LOOKING WEST
6. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, S.E. ELEVATION, AT SOUTH EDGE OF MAIN PARKING LOT LOOKING WEST
7. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, S.E. OF MAIN PARKING LOT LOOKING WEST
8. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, S.S.E. VIEW LOOKING WEST
9. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, S.S.E. VIEW LOOKING N.W.
10. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, S.S.E. VIEW LOOKING N.W.
11. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, AERIAL VIEW LOOKING SOUTHWEST, NOVEMBER 2, 1948
12. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, FRONT EAST ELEVATION, DECEMBER 7, 1948
13. BUILDING #5, HOSPITAL, RENDERING OF EAST ELEVATION, APPROXIMATELY 1946
14. SITE MAP HIGHLIGHTING THE HISTORIC DISTRICT BOUNDARIES, SIGNIFICANT BUILDINGS; DOTTED LINE SHOWS LOCATION OF OUTPATIENT CLINIC ADDITION


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