Newspaper portrait of Clarence Wigington from the St. Paul Appeal, September 18, 1915.

Clarence Wigington, newly arrived in St. Paul

Portrait of Clarence Wigington from the St. Paul Appeal, September 18, 1915.

Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery

Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery

Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery, 1937. Photographer: Everett E. Edwards.

Color image of Clasped hands marker, 2014.

Clasped hands marker

Memorial to Herman Grote in St. Paul’s Oakland Cemetery featuring a relief carving of clasped hands. Photographed by Paul Nelson on April 20, 2014.

Black and white photograph of a Hebrew class held at St. Paul's Jewish Educational Center in 1931.

Class in Hebrew, Jewish Educational Center, St. Paul

Hebrew class at St. Paul's Jewish Educational Center, 1931.

Black and white photograph of a large lecture room at University of Minnesota with ears of corn laid out for judging by students. Photographed by Harry D. Ayer c.1910.

Class on Judging Corn

Large lecture room at University of Minnesota with ears of corn laid out for judging by students. Photographed by Harry D. Ayer c.1910.

photograph of clay miners

Clay diggers

Miners pose next to a rural Goodhue County clay pit, c.1905.

photograph of clay miners in a clay pit

Clay miners at Claybank

Miners at a Claybank pit near Goodhue fill steam-shovel buckets with clay, c.1910.

photograph showing clay sewer pipe sections next to a boxcar

Clay pipe train

Workers load sewer pipe into boxcars near the West Main Street location of the Red Wing Sewer Pipe Factory, c.1900.

Clean-up crew after tunnel break, St. Anthony Falls, Minneapolis

Clean-up crew after tunnel break, St. Anthony Falls, Minneapolis

Clean-up crew after the tunnel break at Saint Anthony Falls, 1869. Photographer: Beal’s Art Gallery.

Cleansers wash off the soybean oil and fuel oil, but also remove the ducks' natural oil which keeps them buoyant in water. A few ducks got away from their rescuers after being cleaned, and drowned quickly after reaching the water. The ducks must be kept in captivity until summer, when they will molt and develop new feathers.

Cleansers wash off the soybean oil and fuel oil, but also remove the ducks' natural oil which keeps them buoyant in water.

Cleansers wash off the soybean oil and fuel oil, but also remove the ducks' natural oil which keeps them buoyant in water. A few ducks got away from their rescuers after being cleaned, and drowned quickly after reaching the water. The ducks must be kept in captivity until summer, when they will molt and develop new feathers.

Image from the Hastings Gazette Weekly, April 4, 1963, p. 2. Digitized with permission from the Hastings Star Gazette.

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