A view of Red Wing's crowded riverfront with Barn Bluff in the background, c. 1910. Levee Park, completed in 1905, occupies this space today.
Henry Lewis's 1855 lithograph shows Red Wing's village forty years after Tatankamani (Red Wing) brought his followers there.
The Mississippi River location of Red Wing, the Goodhue County seat, made it an early shipping point for Minnesota wheat. This photo of the city riverfront shows grain barges at anchorage, c. 1870.
Charles Biederman sculpture from 1936. Enamel on wood; size: 45¾ x 10 in.
Black and white negative of High bridge c. February 1985.
This image shows the remains of the Sanitarium after it was burned to the ground on November 8, 1997.
Remnants of Red Wing Mills ruins are visible next to the plant's 136-foot-high chimney in this photo of the city's Mississippi River waterfront c.1885.
Black and white 8x10 photoprint of cars parked on the High bridge c.1915.
Scene depicting an old J.R. Watkins wagon and salesman, c.1870.
Ribbon badge worn by a Minnesota delegate at the 1892 Republican National Convention in Minneapolis.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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