Color illustration of three styles of rug manufactured by the Crex Carpet Company.

Crex Carpet Company rugs and hall runners

Illustration of three styles of rug manufactured by the Crex Carpet Company. Originally reproduced in a John H. Pray & Sons Company catalog (#30, page 38).

Black and white aerial photograph of the Crex Carpet Company, c.1928.

Crex Carpet Company, 509 Front, corner of Mackubin, St. Paul

Aerial photograph of the Crex Carpet Company at 509 Front Avenue in St. Paul. Photographed by F. Paul Wright c.1928.

Black and white photograph taken in of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at 469 Collins Street in St. Paul, 1962.

Crispus Attucks Home for the Aged (formerly Home for the Friendless), 469 Collins, St. Paul

Photograph taken in of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at 469 Collins Street in St. Paul, 1962.

Black and white photograph of Crispus Attucks moves to 1537 Randolph Avenue in Highland Park, 1908.

Crispus Attucks moves to 1537 Randolph Avenue in Highland Park

Crispus Attucks moves to 1537 Randolph Avenue in Highland Park, 1908.

Black and white photograph of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at its original location on East Acker Street in St. Paul, c.1905.

Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home

Photograph of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at its original location on East Acker Street in St. Paul, c.1905.

Black and white photograph of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at 1537 Randolph Avenue in St. Paul, c.1910.

Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home, Randolph and Brimhall Streets, St. Paul

Photograph of the Crispus Attucks Orphanage and Old Folks Home at 1537 Randolph Avenue in St. Paul, c.1910.

Black and white photograph of Crookston firefighters after a fire on December 27, 1904.

Crookston firefighters

Crookston firefighters after a fire on December 27, 1904. Firefighters are (front row): Assistant Chief Charles Brennan; Chief Tom Morris; Secretary Thomas A. Johnstone. Second row: Ed Ralston, Pat McGlynn, A. A. Glenn, Albert G. Harris, B. Couvrette.

Black and white photograph of a High School designed by Bert Keck, ca. 1920.

Crookston High School, Crookston, Minnesota

High School designed by Bert Keck in 1915 and described in the publication The American School Board Journal of New York. It was located on East Third Street between Elm and Broadway streets.

Color image of a light post as part of décor in gift shop in old city hall, November 2016.

Crookston light post in city hall

Light post as part of décor in gift shop in old city hall, November 2016.

Elmer Uggen’s original words and music for “Crookstonian”, a march song for the city. Includes three pages of music, as well as photos and a history of Crookston.

Crookstonian March Song Sheet Music

Elmer Uggen’s original words and music for “Crookstonian”, a march song for the city. Includes three pages of music, as well as photos and a history of Crookston.

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