Black and white photograph of sewing class at the State School, c.1905.

Sewing class at Owatonna State School

Sewing class at the State School, c.1905.

Photograph of a sewing class at the Jewish Educational Center in St. Paul, 1945.

Sewing class at the Jewish Educational Center, St. Paul

A sewing class at the Jewish Educational Center in St. Paul, September 20, 1945. The class was sponsored and staffed by the Jewish Servicemen's Wives Club.

Shaft of the Soudan Mine

Shaft of the Soudan Mine

Shaft of the Soudan Mine, 1962. Photographer: Eugene Debs Becker.

Black and white photograph of Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, razed for Sumner Field Project, Minneapolis, 1936.

Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, 726 Bryant Avenue North, razed for Sumner Field Project, Minneapolis

Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, razed for Sumner Field Project, Minneapolis, 1936. Photograph by Joseph Zalusky.

Black and white photograph of Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, Minneapolis, 1936.

Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, 726 Bryant Avenue North, razed for Sumner Field Project, Minneapolis

Sharei Zedeck Synagogue, Minneapolis, 1936. Photography by Joseph Zalusky.

Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing

Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing

Sheldon Auditorium, Red Wing, c.1910.

Sherman House Hotel

Sherman House Hotel

Sherman House, Joseph and Albert Miller, Prop. Waconia, Minnesota, c.1890s.

Black and white photograph of the Sherman House Hotel, 1904

Sherman House Hotel

The Sherman House Hotel after the storm, 1904. It is the building in the center, next to the large tree. The photo shows the entire front of the building laying in the street in the foreground. Witness accounts say nothing inside the building was moved.

Black and white photograph of the Sherman House Hotel, Waconia, c.1890.

Sherman House Hotel Waconia

This was one of the first hotels that contributed to Waconia being a summer tourist destination, c.1890.

Photograph postcard depicting a shipment of butter produced by Farmers Cooperative Creamery in Milaca, c.1915.

Shipping butter to the eastern markets, Farmers Cooperative Creamery, Milaca

Photograph postcard depicting a shipment of butter produced by Farmers Cooperative Creamery in Milaca, c.1915. Minnesota farmers expected to produce goods for a market, and came to use cooperatives like this one to control the prices they received for their goods. Photograph by O. L. Palmquist.

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