Home Forum Gallery Members Todays Posts

Frank Kellogg House Rating: None

Minnesota Attractions / Landmarks / Places > St Paul Email This Bookmark Print
The Frank Kellogg House was constructed for Frank B. Kellogg when he served as an attorney for Davis, Kellogg & Severance. Kellogg afterwards was elected as a U.S. senator also served as a Secretary of State under Calvin Coolidge.

Frank B. Kellogg initiated the agreement of the Kellogg-Brand Pact of 1928. This agreement was signed by 62 nations to retire war as an instrument of national policy and later on in 1929 brought him the Nobel Peace Prize. Frank B. Kellogg then passed away in the same house in 1937.

The original concept of the house which was inspired by 19th century Queen Ann and Romanesque styles was remodeled in the 1920?s moving the entrance to the east (from the south) and extended at the north which gave an off-center T-shaped dwelling. In 1976, the house was declared a National Historic Landmark.
Edit Article

Frank Kellogg House Pictures Add Picture

Frank Kellogg House Videos Add Video