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Pillsbury Lincoln Mill and the milling district, Anoka, Minnesota.
Pillsbury Lincoln Mill and the Rum River, Anoka, Minnesota, c.1910.
Pillsbury Lincoln Mill on the Rum River in Anoka, Minnesota, c.1890.
Pillsbury Lincoln Mill, view of the mill, Anoka, Minnesota, reprint, c.1930.
Portrait of Charles Alfred Pillsbury, c.1880.
Pilot Knob, c.1846–1848, where the Treaty of Mendota was signed on August 5, 1851.
Advertising for the Pillsbury-Washburn Flour Mills Co., c.1900.
Pince-nez eyeglasses worn by Minnesota Governor John A. Johnson.
Flood at Chaska, 1965. Pine and First Streets, Chaska. Photographed by Les Melchert and Werner Studio.
Pine Cheese Mart, a retail sales operation shown here in 1971, preserved Pine Island’s reputation as a cheese-making center.
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