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Stonebridge, c.1932. Designed by Clarence Johnston in 1914.
Man telling a story to residents of the Jewish Sheltering Home for Children in Minneapolis, c.1925.
Last pair of skate blades made by Strauss Skates, 1981.
Women's figure skates made at Strauss Skates for J.E. Strauss Sr.'s granddaughter.
Men's steel-blade racing skates made by J.E. Strauss, c.1921.
Ice skate blades made by J.E. Strauss, 1887–1900.
Pair of ice skates made by J.E. Strauss at Strauss Skate Shop, 1900-1910.
Strauss Skate Shop, St. Paul, 1939.
Straws driven into wood, Rochester cyclone. Photo by J. C. Cook, August 21, 1883.
A crowd of striking workers assembled during the Street Railway Company strike in St. Paul, 1917.
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