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The large classification yard and part of the shops complex at Proctor, 1900.
Linen duster worn by a James-Younger Gang member during the Northfield Bank Raid on September 7, 1876.
E. H. Erickson making artificial limbs, 1904.
An eagle medallion and tile work above the main entrance of the Minnesota Building, 2009. Photograph by Thomas R. Zahn.
Eagle Rock at sunset, 2014. From the photograph collection of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Photograph of Earl Bakken. From the Pioneers of the Medical Device Industry in Minnesota Oral History Project.
An earlier version of the entrance sign for the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Northeast Neighborhood House, 1925.
The East Side Pumping Station was built on Hennepin Island in c.1885.
Gubernatorial campaign button for Adolph O. Eberhart, c.1909.
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