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A group of people dismantling a still at Pillsbury and Charles Streets in St. Paul, c.1925.
Division Street, Northfield 1870. The First National Bank is the first door to the left of the staircase. Photographed by Sumner’s Gallery.
Charity-ball announcement featuring the proposed new facility for the Crispus Attucks home. St. Paul Appeal, November 11, 1911.
Following the death of Tatankamani (Red Wing) in 1829, Lawrence Taliaferro, the United States Indian Agent at Fort Snelling, recognized "Wahcoota" as his successor.
Dome and chandelier inside St. Mary’s Orthodox Cathedral in Minneapolis. Photographed by Paul Nelson on June 10, 2014.
Interior view of the dome of the St. Paul Cathedral. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
Ruth Boynton with colleagues Don Cowan and Paul Rupprecht at the ceremony where the University Health Service was renamed the Boynton Health Service.
Donald, a male golden eagle and National Eagle Center ambassador.
Donald, a male golden eagle and National Eagle Center ambassador, participates in the center's "Meet the Eagles" program.
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