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This aerial view shows The Parade after the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden was expanded and the softball field was moved (foreground) to replace the demolished stadium.
Parade Stadium is ready for its first full season of football, 1952. Photographer: Schreiber-Hager.
Aerial view of Reserve Mining Company's taconite processing plant, Silver Bay, 1956.
Aerial view of the Flats, 1953, showing Robert, Wabasha, and railroad bridges and American Hoist and Derrick facilities.
Aerial view of Waconia, c.1945.
Aerial view of West Side during flood, 1952.
Aerial View of Carver, 1969. Photograph by Vincent H. Mart.
Aerial View of Chanhassen, 1981. Photograph by Vincent H. Mart.
Aerial View of Chaska, 1988. Photograph by Vincent H. Mart.
Aerial view of Clarks Grove, 1972. Photograph by Vincent H. Mart. Clarks Grove became a village because of the business that the creamery attracted.
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