Roller coaster, Wonderland Amusement Park, Minneapolis.

Roller coaster, Wonderland Amusement Park, Minneapolis

The Scenic Railway (a roller coaster) at Wonderland, from above, c.1906.

Black and white photograph of the police station at the intersection of Rondo Street and Western Avenue in St. Paul, c.1900.

Rondo Street Police Station, St. Paul

Photograph of the police station at the intersection of Rondo Street and Western Avenue in St. Paul, c.1900.

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (front)

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (front)

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (front) patented by Andrean and Adolph Ronning of Minneapolis in 1915. Manufactured by the American Harvester Company, also of Minneapolis.

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (side)

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (side)

Ronning Ensilage Harvester (side) patented by Andrean and Adolph Ronning of Minneapolis in 1915. Manufactured by the American Harvester Company, also of Minneapolis.

Ronning road planer prototype

Ronning road planer prototype

Ronning road planer prototype, undated.

Rookwood counter/advertising sign

Rookwood counter/advertising sign

Rookwood tile owned by Henrietta Barclay Paist and used in her studio in St. Paul.

Black and white photograph of Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Rosalie Wahl, 1978. Photograph by Kathy Drazen.

Rosalie E. Wahl, Associate Justice Minnesota Supreme Court

Minnesota Supreme Court Associate Justice Rosalie Wahl, 1978. Photograph by Kathy Drazen.

Black and white photograph of Rosalie Wahl (left) and Mary Peek (right),1977.

Rosalie Wahl and Mary Peek

Photograph of Rosalie Wahl (left) and Mary Peek (right),1977.

Black and white image of a pinback button created to support Rosalie Wahl's first campaign for election to the Minnesota Supreme Court in 1978.

Rosalie Wahl Supreme Court campaign button

Pinback button created to support Rosalie Wahl's first campaign for election to the Minnesota Supreme Court in 1978.

Roscoe Fawcett

Photograph of Roscoe Fawcett, brother of Wilford "Captain Billy" Fawcett, in 1928. Roscoe ran the day-to-day operations of Fawcett Publications when Captain Billy left Minneapolis on frequent hunting trips and excursions to New York and Hollywood.

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