Wayzata, Minnesota

Wayzata section foreman's house, between Lake Minnetonka and the railroad tracks, an example of early construction in the city
Great Northern depot, built 1906
Wayzata Community Church
Lake Street in downtown
Lake Minnetonka
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Local businesses
West Middle School

Small lakeside city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States.

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Joyce Sidman

American children's writer.

A mother reads to her children, depicted by Jessie Willcox Smith in a cover illustration of a volume of fairy tales written in the mid to late 19th century.

She is married and lives in Wayzata, Minnesota with her husband and their two sons.

List of place names of Native American origin in the United States

Many places throughout the United States of America take their names from the languages of the indigenous Native American/American Indian tribes.

The Lackawanna Valley by George Inness (c. 1855)
View on the Wissahickon by James Peale (1830)

Wayzata

Elizabeth Close

Influential female architect practicing in Minnesota.

Elizabeth Close and her husband Winston reviewing an architectural model (c. 1955)
Ferguson Hall, on the University of Minnesota West Bank campus, designed by Elizabeth and Winston Close

Duff house in Wayzata, Minnesota

Laura Halldorson

American retired women's college ice hockey player and head coach.

The Northeastern Huskies, a Hockey East member team, take on the UMass Minutemen at Matthews Arena in Boston, Massachusetts

After working on her thesis at Princeton, Halldorson coached girls' volleyball, basketball and softball through the Wayzata School District in Wayzata, Minnesota.

Bud Daugherty

American football, basketball, baseball, and track and field coach and college athletics administrator.

Larry Fitzgerald (in blue) catches a pass while Cortland Finnegan (in red) plays defense at the 2009 Pro Bowl.

Daugherty was in born in Wayzata, Minnesota and played college football from 1912 to 1914 as a halfback at the College of St. Thomas—now known as the University of St. Thomas—in Minnesota.

2000 Michigan Wolverines football team

The 2000 Michigan Wolverines football team represented the University of Michigan in the 2000 NCAA Division I-A football season.

Bennie Joppru, tight end, junior, Wayzata, Minnesota – started 3 games at tight end, 1 game at split end, 1 game at flanker and 1 game at fullback

Gloria Tew

American abstract sculptor known for her work in marble, bronze and steel.

Wayzata Community Church, Wayzata, Minnesota 1998.

Metro (Minnesota)

Transit network in Minnesota serving the cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

The first Type II LRV arrives at a media event on October 10, 2012, displaying "Green Line" on the destination board.

There are also numerous proposals in early planning stages for routes along Interstate 394 from Minneapolis to Wayzata, Highway 169 from Minneapolis to Shakopee, Interstate 35 from Minneapolis and St. Paul to Forest Lake, Highway 36 from St. Paul to Stillwater and Highway 61 from St. Paul to Hastings (Red Rock Corridor).

Connie Doepke

Connie M. Doepke (born 1946) is a Minnesota politician and former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives representing District 33B, which included the Lake Minnetonka area cities of Deephaven, Excelsior, Greenwood, Long Lake, Minnetonka Beach, Orono, Shorewood, Tonka Bay, Wayzata, Woodland, and western Minnetonka in Hennepin County, which is part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Carolyn Stotesbery

American actress, writer, and producer best known for portraying the character Pamela Richardson on the TNT drama Agent X and her acting roles in Grey Lady and Castle.

Stotesbery was born in Wayzata, a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she lived part-time as well as spending summers on a cattle ranch in Big Timber, Montana.