Color image of the title page of the Missionary Herald, c.2013.

Title page from the Missionary Herald

During the period historians call the "Second Great Awakening," publications such as the Missionary Herald inspired young people to dedicate their lives to spreading Christianity. Young Elizabeth Taylor read magazines like this one before devoting herself to mission work. Photograph by Linda Louise Bryan, c.2013.

To Remember Dan Patch, art original

To Remember Dan Patch, art original

To Remember Dan Patch, a sculpture of Dan Patch commissioned by his owner, Marion Savage, and created by Alexander Stirling Calder Sr. between 1912 and 1915.

Black and white photograph of a toddler playing with blocks at the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1925.

Toddler playing with blocks at the Northeast Neighborhood House

Toddler playing with blocks at the Northeast Neighborhood House, c.1925.

Black and white photograph of Assistant keeper Tom Hassing standing next to diesel air compressors at Split Rock Lighthouse c.1945.

Tom Hassing at Split Rock Lighthouse

Assistant keeper Tom Hassing stands next to diesel air compressors at Split Rock Lighthouse c.1945.

Soudan Mine Video

Tower-Soudan Iron Mine (1979)

Unedited KSTP-TV footage of the Tower-Soudan iron mine in 1979, including interior and exterior views and shots of the Engine House, elevator shaft, mine workers and mine visitors.

Tower-Soudan Mine

Tower-Soudan Mine

Miners at the Soudan Mine, 1890.

Tower-Soudan Mine

Tower-Soudan Mine

Soudan Mine, 1890.

Tower-Soudan Mine, lower level

Tower-Soudan Mine, lower level

Soudan Mine, lower level, 1963.

Black and white photograph of trader Andrew Myrick, c.1860.

Trader Andrew Myrick

Trader Andrew Myrick, c.1860.

Train on the Stone Arch Bridge crossing the Mississippi River, Minneapolis; mill

Train on the Stone Arch Bridge crossing the Mississippi River

Train crossing the Stone Arch Bridge, with the milling district in the background, c.1910.

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