Black and white photograph of Logan Park, Minneapolis.

Logan Park, Minneapolis

Logan Park fountain in 1904. When Cleveland presented a plan for Logan Park in 1883, he proposed a fountain at this location, but suggested it didn't have to be built right away. It was not added to the park until 1897.

Black-and-white photograph of Lola Perpich, wife of Minnesota governor Rudy Perpich, c.1978.

Lola Perpich

Photograph of Lola Perpich, wife of Minnesota governor Rudy Perpich, c.1978.

Black and white photograph of Leonidas Merritt on the Vermillion Trail, 1892.

Lon Merritt on Old Vermillion Trail, just north of Duluth

Leonidas Merritt on the Vermillion Trail, 1892.

Longfellow's Wonderland Park, Minneapolis

Longfellow's Wonderland Park, Minneapolis

The popular Shoot the Chutes ride, 1904. Boats would shoot down the ramp into the lagoon below.

Looking down the Incline from the top

Looking down the Incline from the top

Looking down the Incline from the top, with a car on the east track and Park Point in the distance, 1930s.

Looking east from the Robert Street bridge at a Milwaukee Road freight train behind double-headed steam locomotives passing the St. Paul Union Depot.

Looking east from the Robert Street bridge at a Milwaukee Road freight train behind double-headed steam locomotives passing the St. Paul Union Depot

Looking east from the Robert Street bridge at a Milwaukee Road freight train behind double-headed steam locomotives passing the St. Paul Union Depot, 1952. Photograph by the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press.

Black and white negative of High bridge c.1917–1926.

Looking northeast from west of the High bridge, St. Paul

Black and white negative of High bridge c.1917–1926.

Black and white photograph looking northwest across Central Park, St. Paul, c.1900.

Looking northwest across Central Park, St. Paul

Looking northwest across the park, c.1900. The turreted house near the center is, or are, the Hardenbergh and Blood mansions, a double house designed by Clarence H. Johnston. To the right, at the north end of the park is the Uri Lamprey house, which predated the park. The west wing Minnesota Judicial Center now occupies that site.

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