Members of the St. Peter Claver Church Choir with their leader, Fr. John Andrzejewski.
Altar service, Basilica of St. Mary, December 8, 1936.
Estelline, Dakota Territory. Members of the Andrew F. Rose family gatherered on the Alvin C. Rose farm, early 1880s.
Amanda Lyles, wife of Thomas Lyles, early co-owner of the Western Appeal, c.1913. Photographer: Kregel Photo Parlors.
The Amblard family's automobile garage and clubhouse, Waconia.
American fur trading post at Fond du Lac, Duluth (c. 1826, created in 1940)
Brienna Schuette of the Minnesota State Fair talks about whether or not the Minnesota State Fair is the biggest in the Country.
1946 University of Minnesota Portrait of Dr. Ancel Keys, Ph.D.
Andrew Peterson, 1880s. Oleson Portrait Studio, Minneapolis.
Shows Andrew Peterson standing by the log cabin he first lived in on the farm. In the background, the later farmhouse that still stands in the 21st century is visible. Waconia, Minnesota.
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