advertising image of father and children wearing Munsingwear long underwear

Munsingwear Advertisement

Munsingwear Advertisement, c.1919. Munsingwear, Inc. Corporate Records, 1887-1995. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul

1897 Munsingwear advertising image showing a young girl wearing Munsingwear long underwear.

Munsingwear Advertisement from Ladies' Home Journal

Munsingwear Advertisement from Ladies' Home Journal, 1897.

Munsingwear Advertisement, featuring women's underwear

Munsingwear Advertisement, featuring women's underwear, 1920s.

Painting advertising Munsingwear

Munsingwear advertising 'painting'

Munsingwear advertising painting, 1914.

a pair of display briefs used to advertise Munsingwear's underwear

Munsingwear display briefs

Light yellow women's brief-style underpants with a self-lined crotch, cuffs at leg openings, and an elastic waistband, 1960. Intended for display only and not to be sold or worn by a person.

National encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Minneapolis.

National encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Minneapolis

National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic held in Minneapolis, 1884.

National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Second Avenue South and Washington Avenue, Minneapolis.

National Encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic, Second Avenue South and Washington Avenue, Minneapolis

Decorative arch spanning a Minneapolis street during a Grand Army of the Republic National Encampment held in Minneapolis, 1884.

A color postcard of National Farmers Bank of Owatonna, c.1920

National Farmers Bank of Owatonna

A color postcard showing the National Farmers Bank of Owatonna, c.1920.

National Grange founders button

National Grange founders button

Fabric button commemorating the founders of the National Grange, including Minnesota farmer Oliver H. Kelley, created 1875–1899.

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota, [1890]. Author: St. Paul and Sioux City Railroad Company. The St. Paul and Sioux City was one of many railroad lines that carried people and goods, planted towns, and speculated on land.

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