A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
The opening of the first Minneapolis skyway, connecting the Northstar Center and the Northwestern National Bank; Leslie Park is at left, 1962.
An operating room at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, 1893. The Sisters of St. Francis at St. Mary's were known for their excellent nursing care.
Participants in the Operation Free Flu Shot program gather for a group photograph at the Hmong New Year celebration in St. Paul’s RiverCentre on November 24, 2012.
Participants in the Operation Free Flu Shot program gather for a group photograph at Hmong Village in St. Paul on October 27, 2013.
The ore docks at Duluth, 1903. These docks were originally begun by the Merritts, but the family was barely able to utilize them before losing their mining interests to John D. Rockefeller.
Oren C. Gregg, superintendent of the Farmers' Institute, and Lyon County auditor for ten years, c.1905. Photograph by James A. Brush.
The first Jewish Home for the Aged building at 75 Wilkin Street, c.1908. Image taken from Jewish Home for the Aged: First Annual Report, 1908–1909. St. Paul: Enterprise Printing Co., .
Orlando Crosby Merriman, Sr. Mayor of St. Anthony and Captain of Company B, Sixth Minnesota Regiment, c.1863. Photograph by Beal's Gallery.
Orpheus televisor made by Roth-Downs Manufacturing, c.1928.
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