The Windom Park neighborhood is named after William Windom, who served from the mid- to late 1800s as a United States senator from Minnesota and as secretary of the U.S. Department of Treasury.
Windom Park borders the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District, and is home to many of the area’s participating artists.
While largely residential, the Central Avenue facing portion of Windom Park features many ethnic restaurants and stores, showing how immigrants and the diverse northeast community are still shaping the face of the neighborhoods.
- Windom Park Citizens in Action website: windompark.org
- Angela Lundberg’s website (photograph featured above): aclundberg.com/#1797037/N-E-Minneapolis
- Matthew Madson’s page on mnArtists.org
- John Terwilliger’s Website: BraindeadAesthetic.com
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