Color image of Cold Spring Granite Company Loading Area, c.2007.

Cold Spring Granite Company Loading Area

Cold Spring Granite Company Loading Area, c.2007.

Black and white photograph of Cold Spring Granite Company Plant, c.1940.

Cold Spring Granite Company Plant

Cold Spring Granite Company Plant, Cold Spring, Minnesota, c.1940.

Black and white photograph of Cole Younger after being captured, September 1876. Younger’s face is swollen from a bullet wound he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Cole Younger after being captured

Cole Younger after being captured, September 1876. Younger’s face is swollen from a bullet wound he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.

Cole's Mill after cyclone, Rochester.

Cole's Mill after cyclone, Rochester.

Cole's Mill after cyclone, Rochester. Photographed by Elmer & Tenney, August 21, 1883. At Cole's Mill, eight cars of flour were overturned, the west end of the mill was blown in, machinery was blown about, and the roof was blown off.

Collage of black and white photographs of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members, 1876.

Collage of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members

Collage of Minnesota citizens and James-Younger Gang members, 1876. Top left to right: August Suborn (Oscar Sorbel), Joseph Lee Haywood, Sheriff Glispin, Bob Younger, Charlie Pitts (deceased), Jim Younger, Cole Younger , Clell Miller, and Bill Chadwell (center, deceased).

Collage of scenes from Chanhassen Dinner Theatres' productions

Color digital print of a collage of scenes from Chanhassen Dinner Theatres' productions, featuring the CDT logo at the center. Print by Mike Paul, Act One, Too Photography.

Colonel Alonzo Putnam Connolly, Sixth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry and National Guards.

Colonel Alonzo Putnam Connolly, Sixth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry and National Guards

Colonel Alonzo P. Connolly, who was adjutant of the Sixth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War 1871.

Black and white photograph of Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1928.

Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh

Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh, c.1928.

Black and white photograph of Colonel George N. Morgan, 1863. Morgan was the second commandant of Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

Colonel George N. Morgan

Colonel George N. Morgan, 1863. Morgan was the second commandant of Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

Colonel Hans Mattson, Third Minnesota Infantry.

Colonel Hans Mattson, Third Minnesota Infantry

Colonel Hans Mattson commanded the Third later in the war, 1865.

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