A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
A six-bench open car and trailer on the Selby Avenue line, St. Paul, 1894.
A soldier of Second Battalion, 135th Infantry, Thirty-fourth Division, hugs his wife and son upon returning home from a nine-month deployment to Kosovo, July 2008. Photograph by the Minnesota National Guard.
A steamboat at Shoreham dock on the Pelican River, c.1910.
A steamboat on the Pelican River as it passes under a bridge just west of Detroit Lake (seen in the distance), 1910.
A Waconia Patriot employee uses a printing press. Date and photographer unknown.
A watercolor image image of the front of the Carver County Historical Society building, 2008.
A. P. Cook House, Duluth. Designed by I. Vernon Hill, 1900.
A. Philip Randolph, 1920. Courtesy New York Public Library.
A. A. Baker, member of the Minnesota Home Guard, 1917. The star he wears designates him as a special deputy sheriff sworn in during the Streetcar Workers Strike.
A.B. Lyman transports Grimm alfalfa seeds from his farm, Alfalfadale, near Chanhassen, c.1902–1910.
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