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Charles Wilberforce Ames, c.1925.
Charlie Pitts (deceased), a robber in the Northfield raid, 1876. Pitts was shot dead outside Madelia on September 21, 1876. Photographed by Sumner’s Studio.
Charlie Skon's Bike Club, eastside of St. Paul, c.1900.
Tinted cabinet photograph of Charlotte Ouisconsin Clark Van Cleve taken by Floyd and Power c.1875.
Brickyard factory in Chaska, c.1913.
Flood at Chaska, 1965. Photographed by Les Melchert.
Chaska Flood, Oak and Second Streets, 1965. Photographed by Les Melchert and Werner Studio, April 10, 1965.
View of the Chaska History Center, housed in the historic Brinkhaus Livery Stable, c.2011.
Students at St. Joseph’s Academy performing experiments in the school’s chemistry lab, c.1930s. Image courtesy of the archives of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Paul Province.
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