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Rolette (standing) with business associates Henry Hastings Sibley (right), and possibly Franklin Steele (left), c.1857. Uploaded by Wikimedia Commons user Bobak.
The roller coaster crew, with a view of the tracks, c.1906.
Wildwood Amusement Park, c.1915.
The Scenic Railway (a roller coaster) at Wonderland, from above, c.1906.
Ron Ford, coordinator of the Black Student Organization at Gustavus Adolphus College in the 1970s. Photographed by staff of the Gustavian Weekly student newspaper for an article published on December 8, 1972.
Photograph of the police station at the intersection of Rondo Street and Western Avenue in St. Paul, c.1900.
Ronning Ensilage Harvester (front) patented by Andrean and Adolph Ronning of Minneapolis in 1915. Manufactured by the American Harvester Company, also of Minneapolis.
Ronning Ensilage Harvester (side) patented by Andrean and Adolph Ronning of Minneapolis in 1915. Manufactured by the American Harvester Company, also of Minneapolis.
Ronning road planer prototype, undated.
Rookwood tile owned by Henrietta Barclay Paist and used in her studio in St. Paul.
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