A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
The Harrington-Merrill House, 2011.
The north façade of the Minnesota Building showing the words "MINNESOTA BDLG" between the twelfth and thirteenth floors, 2009. Photograph by Thomas R. Zahn.
North façade of Faribault Woolen Mills, 2011. Photograph by Elizabeth A. Gales.
North-facing, stained-glass rose window of the St. Paul Cathedral. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
Map of three northern boundaries proposed for the state of Minnesota at varying degrees of latitude.
Northern Pacific Railroad's colonist's reception house, Glyndon, Minnesota, 1876.
Northern Sokol District instructor classes held at Pine City, c.1930.
Northrup King Dahlia seed packet, 1986.
Northrup King seed bag for Grimm alfalfa, c.1956. Grimm alfalfa was the first winter-hardy alfalfa in North America.
Double-sided, wood-framed, painted trade sign advertising Northrup, King and Company's Sterling seed corn, 1917. Made by the E.E. Peterson Sign Company.
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