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  1. Laurel Street rowhouses.

    F. Scott Fitzgerald once lived with his grandmother in an 1887 sandstone rowhouse on Laurel Avenue.

  2. Mansions along Summit Avenue.

    Passersby gawk at a Cass Gilbert-designed Richardsonian Romanesque mansion called the "Lion House.''

  3. Croquet players on Summit Avenue.

    Members of the University Club often cross the street to play croquet in Eagle Park.

  4. F. Scott Fitzgerald home in St. Paul.

    F. Scott Fitzgerald finished "This Side of Paradise'' in one of these Summit Avenue rowhouses.

  5. A house on Summit Avenue.

    On the non-bluff side of Summit Avenue, guide Joanne Dolney explains how the Tudor style became popular.

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