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Exterior of the Minneapolis Talmud Torah at 1616 Queen Avenue North in Minneapolis, 1951. Photograph by the Minneapolis Star Journal Tribune.
Minneapolis Talmud Torah at 725 Fremont Avenue North in Minneapolis, c.1950.
Interior of the Minneapolis Talmud Torah at 1616 Queen Avenue North in Minneapolis, 1951. Photograph by the Minneapolis Star Journal Tribune.
Women waiting in line to vote in an election (probably for a school board) in a downtown Minneapolis precinct, c.1908.
View of Minneapolis from An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota, 1874.
Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad locomotive, c.1890
Dakota men pose at the falls for one of the earliest photographs taken there, 1857. Photographer: Benjamin Franklin Upton.
St. Paul’s Minnehaha Playground Building designed by Clarence Wigington and built in 1940. Photographed by Paul Nelson on August 14, 2014.
Adjutant General Walter F. Rhinow, commander of all state troops, including the Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918.
Minnesota Brush Electric Company letterhead from 1887, showing the company's electric light mast and generating plant.
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