Volunteers Gerald Wilsnack, Marshall Sutton and Jasper Garner "relax in the sun between their daily routine."
W. Adams Hardenburgh residence at 665 Central Park Place West in St. Paul, c.1888.
W.E.B Du Bois, undated. Du Bois was a prominent scholar and activist who publicly opposed Booker T. Washington and his promotion of limited rights for people of color.
Watercolor on paper depicting Chief Wabasha’s village on the Mississippi River. Painted c.1845 by Seth Eastman.
The second city hall building in Waconia. Refurbished into senior apartments in the late 1990s and early 2000s. This building was nominated to the National Register for Historic Places.
Photograph of Waconia public school (District #44) with students and teachers, c.1892. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.
Postcard with an image of Waconia public school in 1900. Created by the St. Paul Souvenir Company in St. Paul. Photograph Collection, Carver County Historical Society, Waconia.
Shows Main Street in the early 1900s.
Shows Main Street of Waconia in 1868.
Wabasha's village c.1845 on lands which were ceded to the United States by the Treaty of Mendota.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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