Front gate, Carver County Fairgrounds

Front Gate, Carver County Fairgrounds

Front Gate, Carver County Fairgrounds, 2014. Photograph by Molly Huber.

Color image of the Front of B’nai Israel Synagogue and Dan Abraham Cultural Center, c.2013.

Front of B’nai Israel Synagogue

Front of B’nai Israel Synagogue and Dan Abraham Cultural Center, c.2008.

photograph of the fruit breeding farm

Fruit Breeding Farm

An early scene from the Fruit Breeding farm, which became the Horticultural Research Center.

FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower and wife. Cut-over area of Itasca County, Minnesota

FSA (Farm Security Administration) borrower and wife. Cut-over area of Itasca County, Minnesota

John Vachon photograph for the Farm Security Administration. July 1941.

Funeral of Colonel William Colvill at Cannon Falls.

Funeral of Colonel William Colvill at Cannon Falls

Funeral of Colonel William Colvill at Cannon Falls. June 15, 1905.

Black and white photograph of Funeral of Rabbi Samuel Deinard, Temple Israel, Minneapolis, October 16, 1921.

Funeral of Samuel Deinard

Funeral of Rabbi Samuel Deinard, Minneapolis, October 16, 1921.

Funeral procession for Knute Nelson

Funeral procession for Knute Nelson

Funeral procession for Knute Nelson, on Cedar Street by the State Capitol, 1923.

Color image of woman's white ermine tippet and muff set made c.1840.

Fur accessories associated with the American Fur Company

Woman's white ermine tippet and muff set made c.1840 from pelts collected by traders working for the American Fur Company. Worn by Sarah Alexandrine Sibley, sister of American Fur Company agent Henry Sibley, during an 1840 visit to Washington, DC.

Color image of a fur trading license issued to Henry H. Sibley, 1838.

Fur trading license issued to Henry H. Sibley

This document, dated June 26, 1838, permits Henry Sibley to trade with the Mdewakanton Dakota at the St. Peters (Minnesota) River near Fort Snelling for one year.

photograph of limestone kiln

G. A. Carlson kiln

Red Wing's leading quarry owner G.A. Carlson built this 1882 Barn Bluff limestone kiln near the Milwaukee Road's tracks. He wished to facilitate shipments of lime and cement. The kiln, pictured about 1885, still exists.

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