Black and white photograph of Nellie Stone Johnson, c.1935.

Nellie Stone Johnson

Nellie Stone Johnson, c.1935.

Nellie Stone Johnson (far right) with NAACP leaders, 1954.

Nellie Stone Johnson with NAACP leaders

Nellie Stone Johnson (far right) with NAACP leaders, including Anthony Cassius (far left); publisher Milton G. Williams (third from left); and Howard Bennett, later appointed Minnesota’s first black judge (second from right), 1954.

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota

New township and railroad map of the state of Minnesota, [1890]. 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

New Ulm Republican Club ribbon

New Ulm Republican Club ribbon, "Nelson, Our Next Governor," 1892.

Newly constructed Lower Dam Hydro Plant, Minneapolis

Newly constructed Lower Dam Hydro Plant

Newly constructed Lower Dam Hydro Plant, designed by William de la Barre, December 9, 1896.

Newspaper advertisement from Svenska Amerika Posten

Newspaper advertisement from Svenska Amerika Posten

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

Newspaper clipping with a photograph of Ry-Krisp workers

Newspaper clipping with a photograph of Ry-Krisp workers printed in the Minneapolis Tribune, February 13, 1949.

Black and white photograph of skyway spanning Nicolett Mall, Minneapolis, c.1974.

Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis

Skyway spanning Nicolett Mall, Minneapolis, c.1974.

Night scene, Wonderland Park, Minneapolis.

Night scene, Wonderland Park, Minneapolis

Another postcard of Wonderland at night, c.1908.

Black and white photograph of Nina Clifford’s brothel at 147 S. Washington Street, St. Paul, 1937.

Nina Clifford’s Brothel

Nina Clifford’s brothel at 147 S. Washington Street, St. Paul, 1937.

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