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2941 W Lyndale

2941 W. Lyndale

This narrow house with a long side porch was built in about 1886, most likely by the Swedish carpenter John Limond. In the 1920 to 1940s the house was home to Norwegian carpenter Roald Tesley, his wife Anna and their eight children. Second-youngest son Robert would later own the hardware store on the corner of Lyndale and Sacramento for many decades.

The house was demolished in June 2015.