Thomas Lowry monument, intersection of Hennepin and Lyndale avenues, Minneapolis.
View of Lowry District of Minneapolis, Thomas Lowry residence in foreground, 1886.
Thomas Lowry’s country estate in Monticello, Minnesota, 1910.
Thomas Lowry’s private streetcar, exterior, c.1912.
Thomas Parke Gere, First Lieutenant and Adjutant with the Fifth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. Medal of Honor Recipient, c. 1863
Three Egekvist Bakery store clerks, 1947.
Three members of the school police; note their signs, badges, and Sam Browne belts, c. 1933.
Timber workers, potentially during strike 1930-1939.
To Remember Dan Patch, a sculpture of Dan Patch commissioned by his owner, Marion Savage, and created by Alexander Stirling Calder Sr. between 1912 and 1915.
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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