A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Decorative arch spanning a Minneapolis street during a Grand Army of the Republic National Encampment held in Minneapolis, 1884.
A color postcard showing the National Farmers Bank of Owatonna, c.1920.
Fabric button commemorating the founders of the National Grange, including Minnesota farmer Oliver H. Kelley, created 1875–1899.
Construction site of St. Paul’s Neighborhood House, April 23, 1923.
St. Paul’s Neighborhood House at 229 East Indiana Avenue, March 4, 1924.
New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota, . 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.
New Ulm Republican Club ribbon, "Nelson, Our Next Governor," 1892.
Newly constructed Lower Dam Hydro Plant, designed by William de la Barre, December 9, 1896.
Newspaper advertisement from Svenska Amerika Posten, January 25, 1933. Clever Elsie is being praised for her preparation of Ry-Krisp, which is to heat buttered crackers and then let them cool.
Newspaper clipping with a photograph of Ry-Krisp workers printed in the Minneapolis Tribune, February 13, 1949.
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