A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Rebuilding the turbine wheel house on Lincoln Mill in Anoka. Postcard, 1918.
Receipt for illegal margarine seized from a St. Paul grocer, November 8, 1916. Image is from the Davis, Kellogg & Severance Law Firm Records, 1878-1941, Minnesota Historical Society.
The reception and waiting room, Foshay Tower Corporation, Minneapolis, 1931.
Black and white photoprint of High bridge c.1904.
Red Cross Motor Service car providing relief efforts after the October fires of 1918.
Red Cross Auxiliary providing transportation to soldiers, c.1918.
Red Cross Motor Corps truck, St. Paul, 1918.
A Red Cross nurse, and likely Motor Corps officer, 1918. The car has the Red Cross symbol on the hood and was likely part of the Minnesota Motor Corps.
Members of the Red Cross Volunteer Motor Service, 1918.
Red Cross workers making bandages, c.1916.
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