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Estelline, Dakota Territory. Members of the Andrew F. Rose family gatherered on the Alvin C. Rose farm, c.1880s.
Gangster Alvin Karpis, c.1925. Photograph by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Amanda Lyles, wife of Thomas Lyles, early co-owner of the Western Appeal, c.1913. Photograph by Kregel Photo Parlors.
The Amblard family's automobile garage and clubhouse, Waconia.
Exterior view of the American Crystal Sugar factory in Chaska. Date and photographer unknown.
Postcard depicting the American fur trading post, c.1836, at Fond du Lac, Duluth, 1940.
The executive director of the United Jewish Federation Council of St. Paul and the executive director of the Jewish Federation Council of Kansas City visit a home in Ourika, Morocco during a tour of conditions of Jews in North Africa, undated.
Amhoist Complex and Robert Street Bridge, 1969.
Minnesota State Fair employee Brienna Schuette considers whether the Great Minnesota Get-Together can claim to be the biggest state fair in the United States.
1946 University of Minnesota Portrait of Dr. Ancel Keys, Ph.D.
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