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.

Black and white photograph of Colonel Hiram Berdan, c.1861.

Colonel Hiram Berdan

Colonel Hiram Berdan, c.1861.

Photograph of Colonel Josiah F. Marsh

Colonel Josiah F. Marsh of Preston. Served with the Ninth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry

Marsh is wearing his lieutenant colonel's uniform, c.1864. He was promoted to colonel upon Alexander Wilkin's death at the Battle of Tupelo in July 1864.

Oil on canvas painting of Colonel Josiah Snelling, c.1818. Artist unknown.

Colonel Josiah Snelling

Oil on canvas painting of Colonel Josiah Snelling, c.1818. Artist unknown.

Black and white photograph of Colonel George McLaren, c.1864. McLaren was a commandant of Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

Colonel Robert Neil McLaren

Colonel George McLaren, c.1864. McLaren was a commandant of Fort Snelling during the Civil War.

Colonial Hotel being moved to new site, Hibbing

Colonial Hotel being moved to new site, Hibbing

One of the largest moves, the Colonial Hotel, 1920. Note the steam crawler directly in front of the hotel.

Color postcard showing an aerial view of Granite Falls, c.1965.

Color postcard of Granite Falls

Color postcard showing an aerial view of Granite Falls, c.1965. Granite Falls was the site of a National Farmers Organization-organized “winter buying” day attended by over two thousand people in 1964.

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