A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Hmong youth participate in Art Saves Us: Beyond the Noise, collaboratively creating original music in the Center for Hmong Arts & Talent's (CHAT’s) St. Paul studio, May, 2013. Photographed by Fres Thao.
Arthur "Doc" Barker (suspect in Edward Bremer kidnapping) and jailer, William Gates, 1935. Photograph by the St. Paul Daily News.
Arthur C. Townley, founder of the Nonpartisan League, c.1915.
Photograph of Arthur W. Parkin (1872–1963) late in life.
Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis, 1918.
Artificial Limb Company, Minneapolis. 1918.
Arts and Crafts style copper spoon. The underside has the monogram of the Minneapolis Handicraft Guild, c.1905–1918.
A hand-formed and hand-finished Arts and Crafts-style hammered copper jardiniere flowerpot, c.1910. Bottom center is stamped "Handicraft Guild/Minneapolis."
Assembly line at Ry-Krisp factory, Minneapolis, 1955.
Assembly Room of Handicraft Guild, Tenth Street and Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, c.1910.
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