Christian Klein

Christian Klein

Christiansen family

Christiansen family

The Christiansen family: (back row, left to right) Olaf, Elsa, and Paul, and (front row, left to right) Jake, Edith, and F. Melius, 1938.

Christmas dinner at the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel

Christmas at the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel

Residents of the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel at Christmas dinner, ca. 1946. Pictured from left Yoneko Yamada (sister of Kimi Yanari), Frank Yanari (husband of Kimi), Emi Yanari (daughter in high chair), Kimi Yanari, standing, Tomiko Ogata ( dietician, holding the turkey), and Aiko Ogata, daughter of Tomiko).

Black and white photograph of Christmas decorations, Donaldson’s, 1949. Photograph by Norton & Peel.

Christmas Decorations, Donaldson’s

Christmas decorations, Donaldson’s, 1949. Photograph by Norton & Peel.

Christmas party at the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel

Christmas party at the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel

Residents of the St. Paul Resettlement Committee Hostel gather for a Christmas party ca. 1946. Pictured are: seated from the left, Aiko Ogata (daughter of Tomiko), second from left, Yoneko Yamada (Kimi Yanari's sister), Tomiko Ogata (hostel dietician), Elizabeth Evans (hostel director), and Hiroko Ogata (Tomiko's daughter). Seated on floor in center is Kimi Yanari and her daughter Emi. Photo from the private collection of Linda Hashimoto van Dooijewert.

Chromotherm advertisement

Chromotherm advertisement

Stand-up sign advertising the Honeywell Chromotherm, ca. 1930s‒1945. Used at Donaldson’s department stores.

Photograph of a destroyed church after the St. Peter Tornado.

Church Destruction

A church in St. Peter destroyed by the tornado.

Black and white photograph of a church in Ely, 1913.

Church in Ely

Church in Ely, 1913.

Church of St. Columba under construction, 1949

Steel frame interior supports of the new Church of St. Columba (St. Paul) during its construction, 1949. From New Church Dedication Book: A Retrospect of Thirty-Six Years, 1914–1950 (St. Paul: Church of St. Columba, [1950]), page 6.

Church of St. Columba, St. Paul

Church of St. Columba, St. Paul

Church of St. Columba, St. Paul. Photograph by Paul Nelson, June 30, 2017.

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