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Exterior view of Fort Snelling showing the Round Tower, 1863.
A Sketch by Seth Eastman of Fort Snelling in the year James Thompson married Marpiyawecasta, 1833.
The Philip Johnson-designed IDS Center, seen behind the Foshay, supplanted the Foshay Tower as Minneapolis's tallest building when it opened in 1972.
The tower was built upon an existing two-story structure, which formed the base of the new skyscraper, 1958.
Foshay Tower, 821 S. Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis, 1928–1929.
Four West Publishing Company employees, c.1965.
The Fournier House, c.1995.
Fourth Battalion Band, Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918.
The fourth Cathedral of St. Paul, c.1956.
Fourth Minnesota Regiment Entering Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. Painting by artist Francis Davis Millet.
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