Minnesota Historical Society M-Flame Logo
Black and white photograph of a L. S. Donaldson Company delivery truck, c.1930.

L. S. Donaldson Company Delivery Truck

L. S. Donaldson Company delivery truck, c.1930.

Black and white photograph of L. S. Donaldson delivery wagons, 1911. Photograph by C.J. Hibbard.

L. S. Donaldson Delivery Wagons

L. S. Donaldson delivery wagons, 1911. Photograph by C.J. Hibbard.

La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, Wisconsin.

La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, Wisconsin.

La Pointe, Madeline Island, Lake Superior, Wisconsin, c.1905.

photograph of lace makers working outdoors at the Leech Lake Reservation

Lace makers at Leech Lake

Lace makers at Leech Lake, 1906.

photograph of lace makers and their lace

Lace makers at Morton

Lace makers at Morton.

Photograph of four lace makers at the Redwood Mission in Morton, Minnesota

Lace Makers at the Redwood Mission, Morton

Lace Makers at the Redwood Mission, Morton, 1897.

Ladies who live in rooming house, St. Paul, Minnesota

Ladies who live in rooming house, St. Paul, Minnesota

1939 photograph by John Vachon for the Farm Security Administration.

Black and white photograph of Lafayette School, 1917

Lafayette School

Lafayette School, 1917. Image from Aronovici, Carol. Housing Conditions in the City of Saint Paul. St. Paul: Amherst H. Wilder Charity, 1917, 80

Black and white photograph of Lafayette School, corner of Kentucky and Fenton, the only public school in the Flats, c.1921.

Lafayette School, corner of Kentucky and Fento

Lafayette School, corner of Kentucky and Fenton, the only public school in the Flats, c.1921.

Black and whitep photograph of the Lake House Hotel, c.1880.

Lake House Hotel

Two story building with poeple standing and sitting on second floor porch, c.1880. Man seated on first floor porch. Sign on building "LAKE HOUSE/ A.F. SCHUTZ PROP". Dirt street. Man holding the reins on a horse which has a rider. Wood pile visible on left side of building.
This was one of the hotels contributing to Waconia being a summer tourist destination.

Pages

Subscribe to Multimedia