Fremont D. Orff



Who is Fremont D. Orff?

Fremont D. Orff was an American architect.

He worked together with his architect brother George W. Orff and also partnered with Edgar E. Joralemon as Orff & Joraleman.

He also partnered with Ernest F. Guilbert as Minneapolis-based Orff & Guilbert.

A number of his works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Works include:

Big Stone County Courthouse, 20 2nd St., SE Ortonville, MN, NRHP-listed

Little Falls Carnegie Library, 108 3rd St., NE Little Falls, MN, NRHP-listed

Park Rapids Jail, 205 W. Second St. Park Rapids, MN, NRHP-listed

Perham Village Hall and Fire Station, 153 E. Main Perham, MN, NRHP-listed

Red Lake County Courthouse, 124 Langevin Red Lake Falls, MN, NRHP-listed

Renville County Courthouse and Jail, 500 E. DePue Ave. Olivia, MN, NRHP-listed

Polk County Courthouse, Main St. Balsam Lake, WI, NRHP-listed

Waseca County Courthouse, 307 N. State St. Waseca, MN, NRHP-listed

Wayne County Courthouse, 510 Pearl St. Wayne, NE, NRHP-listed. Appears to have been designed by Orff alone, specifically.

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on July 23, 2013


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