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Black and white photograph of Daniel Hogan (far left) and family, c.1926. Hogan was was instrumental in the operation of the O'Connor system.

"Dapper" Dan Hogan (left), owner of the Green Lantern Saloon in St. Paul at Big Bass Lake near Bemidji

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.

"Fight Polio" poster for Sister Kenny Institute on light pole, downtown Minneapolis

"Fight Polio" poster for Sister Kenny Institute on light pole, downtown Minneapolis. 1950.

"Human Guinea Pigs"

"Human Guinea Pigs" -- A 1945 Associated Press photo from an article about conscientious objectors' service shows Keys's subjects under study on the treadmill, toward the end of the year-long starvation project.

Black and white image of an artist's rendering of Jonathan Village, late 1960s or early 1970s.

"Jonathan Village"

An artist's rendering of Jonathan Village, late 1960s or early 1970s.

Map detailing Cleveland's proposal for a system of parkways in Minneapolis, 1883.

"Suggestions for a System of Parks and Parkways for the City of Minneapolis," June 2, 1883. Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

Cleveland proposed a system of connected parkways to the Minneapolis Board of Park Commissioners. This map accompanied his suggestions. The parkways he proposed are shown in red. It was published as a part of the annual report of the park board in 1883.

#26, Red Wing, 1956-68

#26, Red Wing, 1956-68

Charles Biederman sculpture from 1956-68. Painted metal; size: 32 x 45 x 5½ in.

#6 / 1975 / 1976

#6 / 1975 / 1976

Sculpture by Charles Biederman. #6 / 1975 / 1976. Gift of Allegra and Paul Parker to the Minnesota Historical Society.

'Goofy Meets Gorby' t-shirt

'Goofy Meets Gorby' t-shirt

The "Goofy Meets Gorby" t-shirt makes light of a meeting between Mikhail Gorbachev, President of the Soviet Union, and Rudy Perpich, Governor of Minnesota, during Gorbachev's 1990 visit to the state.

'Majestic' carbide bicycle lamp

'Majestic' carbide bicycle lamp

Brass carbide bicycle lamp patented in 1899, c.1900.

'Soo Line' sign

'Soo Line' sign

Enameled steel Soo Line sign from the mid-twentieth century. Manufactured by Vertibrite Signs, Chicago.

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