A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Full view of the 257-foot electric light mast at Bridge Square, Minneapolis, c.1884.
Limestone seam under Stone Arch Bridge, 2016. Photograph by Paul Nelson.
Lincoln Mill, Anoka, Minnesota, c.1890. Lithograph by Louis Haugg.
Line of houses on Milwaukee Avenue, 2014.
Lions Club meeting at Northeast Neighborhood House, 1926.
Lithograph on paper by Wanda Gág, 1930.
Lithograph of Fort Snelling, showing additional buildings on the landing, 1830. Artist unknown.
Black and white lithograph print on paper of Swede Hollow by Vera Andrus, c.1936.
Lithographer at work, 1938.
Ho-Chunk leader Little Hill was one of his people's leading orators, c.1865.
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