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"Bobtail" horsecar 94, St. Paul City Railway Company; sign reads Rice Street to West St. Paul via Robert, Ducas, and Concord Streets, c.1883–1889.
"Closed on Account of the Strike." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.
"Daniel Greysolon Sieur Dulhut at the Head of the Lakes - 1679." Painted by artist Francis Lee Jaques, c.1922.
Daniel Hogan (far left) and family, c.1926. Hogan was instrumental in the operation of the O'Connor layover system.
"Fight Polio" poster for Sister Kenny Institute on light pole, downtown Minneapolis. 1950.
“Grace,” the Minnesota state photograph, taken by Eric Enstrom, c.1920.
"Hanging up the clothes" at the James J. Hill House, 240 Summit, St. Paul, c.1900.
An artist's rendering of Jonathan Village, late 1960s or early 1970s.
"Mr. Lowry's 'Pigs in Clover.'" Minneapolis Journal, April 16, 1889.
"Mr. Lowry, Having No Cash to Put in it, Uses the Office Safe for a Coal Bin." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.
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