A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
George H. Crosby House, Duluth. Designed by I. Vernon Hill, 1902.
George L. Hoage, 1924. Hoage was supply officer for the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard.
Morrison and Hazel Belvo, 1976. Photograph by Victor Bloomfield.
The tombstone of George Powers, a hospital steward who served with the First Minnesota Heavy Artillery Regiment.
George W. Cass, c.1875.
George W. Manypenny, commissioner of Indian affairs, c.1860.
The Gerlach family at their home during a civil defense drill,1956. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gerlach are shown with their children Margaret (age 15), Steve (age 13), Monica (age 11) and Barbara (age 8).
The Germania Life Insurance Building (later called the Guardian Life Building), in St. Paul, 1903–1905. Photographed by Charles P. Gibson.
The entrance to the Germania Life Insurance Building (later called the Guardian Life Building) in St. Paul, 1890.
Alfred Carlsted counting sprouted kernels to determine the percent that germinated, 1914.
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