Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility
Date: 4/25/2010 Album ID: 987694
Photos by state Department of General Services
Historical protection and high-priced development could be on a collision course when it comes to developing the now-closed 119-year-old Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility. The 73.8-acre Nelles property as a whole has been listed as a state historical landmark. In addition, eight of its buildings may qualify for listing as a national landmark.(Photos courtesy state Department of General Services)
Shown is the administration building of the now-closed
Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility in 2005. It was
constructed in 1928-29 and is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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Shown is the superintendent's residence as of 2005. It was construction in 1919-20. It is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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Shown is a historical picture of the administration
building of the now-closed Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility. It was constructed in 1928-29 and is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of
General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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 Shown is a historical picture of the administration
building of the now-closed Fred C. Nelles Youth  Correctional Facility. It was constructed in 1928-29 and is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of
General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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Shown is the superintendent's residence. It was
construction in 1919-20. It is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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 Shown is the superintendent's residence under construction in 1919 or 1920. It is one of two buildings the state says must be preserved. (Photo courtesy state Department of General Services) HAND-IN: 4-23-10
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