Black and white photograph of the razing of Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, 726 Bryant Ave. N, Minneapolis, 1936.

Razing of Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, 726 Bryant Avenue North, Minneapolis

Razing of Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, 726 Bryant Ave. N, Minneapolis, 1936. Photograph by Joseph Zalusky.

Rebuilding the turbine wheel house on Lincoln Mill

Rebuilding the turbine wheel house on Lincoln Mill

Rebuilding the turbine wheel house on Lincoln Mill in Anoka. Postcard, 1918.

Black and white photograph of reception and waiting room of the Foshay Tower, 1931.

Reception and Waiting Room, Foshay Tower Corporation, Minneapolis

The reception and waiting room, Foshay Tower Corporation, Minneapolis, 1931.

Black and white photoprint of High bridge c.1904.

Reconstructing the High Bridge partially blown down in the cyclone of 1904

Black and white photoprint of High bridge c.1904.

Red pepper canister

Red pepper canister

Red pepper canister, J.R. Watkins, Winona, Minnesota, 1913–1920.

Engraving of a bonanza farm, 1879.

Red River bonanza farm

Engraving of a bonanza farm printed in the November 1, 1879 edition of the Independent Farmer and Fireside Companion (page 174). The image celebrates the commercial possibilities of large-scale, mechanized, and systematized wheat farming in the Red River Valley.

Black and white photograph of Red River Carts loading supplies at a trading house in St. Paul, 1854.

Red River carts loading at trading house, St. Paul

Red River Carts loading supplies at a trading house in St. Paul, 1854.

Black and white photograph of Red Wing, c.1870.

Red Wing

The Mississippi River location of Red Wing, the Goodhue County seat, made it an early shipping point for Minnesota wheat. This photo of the city riverfront shows grain barges at anchorage, c.1870.

Late 1860s photograph showing barges along Red Wing's Mississippi River waterfront awaiting wheat for shipment to customers downriver.

Red Wing

This late 1860s photograph shows barges along Red Wing's Mississippi River waterfront awaiting wheat for shipment to customers downriver.

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