A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Children checking books out with the librarian at the Waconia Public Library.
Members of Red Wing's Company G, Thirteenth Minnesota, at San Francisco.
Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Locomotive #46 (built in 1888) with log train at Endion Depot.
George W. Holbert, c.1911. Holbert was Second Lt. of Company C of the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard. Image is from the St. Paul Appeal, October 28, 1911.
Ilmar Koivunen (right) with Ernest Tomberg, 1938. Koivunen became president of the Timber Workers Union in 1937.
Factory production of cellulose tape, 1931.
Riverfront flour mills before the 1878 explosion. Left to right: Washburn A Mill, Crown Mill, Empire Mill, Pillsbury B Mill, Excelsior Mill, paper mill, and Northwestern Mill, c.1877.
Residence of John M. Bayard, section 26, Mount Pleasant Township, Wabasha County from An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota, 1874.
Description: Southdale Center, Seventieth and France, Edina, c.1958.
"Arresting the two young dynamiters who put paper caps on the rails." Minneapolis Journal, April 18, 1889.
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