FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP and art meld at a private school in an old Minnesota river town, imprinting a deep sense of history upon all who visit here.
This is Shattuck-St. Mary’s School, founded in 1858 in Faribault.
I wandered the halls of the Shattuck campus on Saturday during the school’s annual Christmas Walk. (See my December 14 post.) I simply cannot get enough of this place, where wood and stone blend to create an environment that speaks to the past and to academia.
In this second photographic tour, I share some of the charming artistic details that define Shattuck-St. Mary’s. It seems more East Coast institution of higher learning than Midwestern prep school.
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