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Work commenced on Casa Grande as a home for the then General Manager of Mount Isa Mines, Julius Kruttschnitt II, in 1949.

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During the time of the Fisher's occupancy, the house was refurnished and much of this furniture remains at Casa Grande.

Casa Grande became a guest house for visiting directors of the company and VIPs from 1966.

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By the late 1940s attention was also paid to providing improved housing for mine executives.

The building of a house for Julius Kruttschnitt, now Chairman of Directors, was commenced in 1949 on part of Special Mineral Lease 5589, overlooking older company housing dating from 1928-29.

It was designed by Donoghue, Cusick & Edwards and built in 1949.

It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on .

Two-storeyed timber houses, a number of dormitories and community buildings were constructed for workers during these more buoyant years.

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