Bicycle knickers designed and worn by Peter A. Schaub of the St. Paul tailoring firm Schaub Brothers, Inc., 1897.
Bicycle path license issued by the City of Minneapolis in 1902.
Bicycle race, Red Wing, c.1896.
Portrait of Jerome Big Eagle, c.1863.
Big Eagle, one of the Dakota leaders at the Battle, c. 1863.
Birch Coulee Monument in Renville County, c. 1900.
Postcard with a bird's-eye view of J.R. Watkins Company, showing home office buildings, bank, factories, branches, and printing plant, Winona, c.1940.
Bird's-eye view of Vasa (Goodhue County), the first Swedish colony in Minnesota. Postcard c.1900.
Bird's eye view of Minneapolis, Minn., 1891. Author: F. Pezolt. Publisher: Imperial Printing Co. This map offers a not entirely unrealistic representation of the ambitious Minneapolis just before the start of the twentieth century.
Birney Quick doing a painting demonstration at Grand Marais High School, c. 1953.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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