Black and white photograph of St. Paul's Central Park, c.1956. Its view looks south along Central Park Place West; the former Blood mansion is in the foreground.

St. Paul's Central Park, former Blood mansion is in the foreground

St. Paul's Central Park, c.1956. Its view looks south along Central Park Place West; the former Blood mansion is in the foreground.

St. Paul, Minnesota

Graphite drawing of St. Paul by Seth Eastman, 1848.

Graphite drawing by Adlof Hoeffler of St. Paul, 1849.

St. Paul, Minnesota Territory

Graphite drawing by Adlof Hoeffler of St. Paul, 1849.

photograph of convent building

St. Peter Claver Catholic Convent, 389 North Oxford, St. Paul

St. Peter Claver Catholic Convent, 1975.

St. Peter Grand Army of the Republic.

St. Peter Grand Army of the Republic

Members of the St. Peter Post of the Grand Army of the Republic standing in formation, 1896.

Photograph of St. Peter's Lutheran School near Watertown c.1920s. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.

St. Peter's Lutheran School

Photograph of students gathered in front of St. Peter's Lutheran School near Watertown c.1920s. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.

Stacking cartons of Green Giant peas and corn, Minnesota Valley Canning Company, LeSueur.

Stacking cartons of Green Giant peas and corn, Minnesota Valley Canning Company, LeSueur.

Stacking cartons of Green Giant peas and Niblets corn, 1940.

Black and white photograph of staff of the Emanuel Cohen Center in Minneapolis, 1948.

Staff at the Emanuel Cohen Center, Minneapolis

Staff of the Emanuel Cohen Center in Minneapolis, 1948.

Standard map of Carver County, Minnesota. St. Paul : Minnesota Map Publishing Co., 1913.

Standard map of Carver County, Minnesota. St. Paul : Minnesota Map Publishing Co., 1913

Map of Carver County, 1913. Map by the Minnesota Map Publishing Company.

Black and white photograph of the Minnesota State Fair at Fort Snelling, 1860.

State Fair at Fort Snelling

Photograph of 1860 State Fair at Fort Snelling, 1860–1863.

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