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Throughout a fifty-year career in St Paul, architect Edwin H Lundie (1886-1972) designed more than three hundred projects, predominantly residences. His architectural designs, aIong with the Prairie School inventions of Purcell and Elmslie and the modernist themes of Ralph Rapson, are collectively considered the best work of Minnesota architects in the 20th century. What set Lundie apart from his colleagues was his devotion to detail and love of fine craftsmanship. This book documents Lundie's architecture through colour photography, plan graphics, and his drawings and renderings.