A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
"The Socialist," 1885. Etching on paper by Robert Koehler.
"The Strike," 1885. Print by Robert Koehler.
KSTP-TV cameraman filming the This Side Up program, 1950.
"This style fifty cents." Minneapolis Journal, April 12, 1889.
"Thor" brand electric washing machine, ca. 1930s. Photographed by Lee Brothers.
Three Graces, 1928. Drypoint etching on paper by Clement Haupers.
"To be seen on the patrol box at Nicollet Av. and Sixth St." Minneapolis Journal, April 19, 1889.
"Two Crossed Trees," c.1885. Etching by Robert Koehler.
"Two Figures in Profile," c.1885. Etching by Robert Koehler.
Two Girls, One Sailor, 1926. Oil on canvas by Clement Haupers.
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