A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Andrew Peterson, 1880s. Oleson Portrait Studio, Minneapolis.
Shows Andrew Peterson standing by the log cabin he first lived in on the farm. In the background, the later farmhouse that still stands in the 21st century is visible. Waconia, Minnesota.
Photograph of Andrew Stenstrom, a lumberjack sky pilot and primitive painter, painting souvenir items in his Bemidji studio, c.1940.
Angélique Jerome Rolette, wife of Joseph Rolette, c.1880.
Anna Sontag Spangenberg, wife of Frederick Sr., c.1900.
Annuities being paid at the Fond Du Lac reservation, c.1865.
Anti-Saloon League 16th National Convention delegate button with attached ribbons. The button's face reads: "16th National convention. Anti-Saloon League of America. Atlantic City, July 6-9, 1915. / A Stainless Flag / A Saloonless Country".
St. Olaf alum and current festival director, Anton Armstrong.
Aqua Jesters visiting Sister Kenny Institute, Minneapolis, December 1947.
Archbishop John Ireland at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis, 1907.
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