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K. J. Taralseth Company Building, Marshall County, c.2002.
Karl Emil Nygard in 1930, before he became the mayor of Crosby. Courtesy of the Nygard family.
Karl Rolvaag photographs, c.1964.
Karl Rolvaag campaigning, c.1962. Photograph by Jerome Liebling.
Katherine McCaffrey Donnelly, wife of Ignatius Donnelly, 1888.
Illustration depicting an Ojibwe man named Kawetahsay reportedly wounded during the Battle of Shakopee, Saint Paul Globe, October 7, 1900.
Ad Keck placed in Stuart, Florida, when he moved there in 1925 and set up an architectural practice.
The living room of the Keck family home, ca. 1912.
A table fountain in the dining room of Bert Keck’s home, ca. 1912.
Keck’s home at 716 North Broadway in Crookston, complete with floor plan, featured in Western Architect magazine, April 1912.
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