A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Crowds at the Midway, Minnesota State Fair, 1963.
The second Mikro Kodesh Synagogue, 1004 Oliver Avenue North, Minneapolis, 1937. Photographer: Minneapolis Star Journal Tribune.
The first Mikro Kodesh Synagogue, 720 Oak Lake Avenue, Minneapolis, c.1910.
The Milford Mine, 1936.
This program was distributed at a commencement ceremony of the Military Intelligence Service Language School at Fort Snelling, 1945.
Military land warrant used by William Thiele to buy part of New Ulm at the Winona Land Office, c.1856 (the patent was issued in 1858).
Monument to millers killed in the Washburn A Mill explosion in 1878, Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis.
Milwaukee Avenue, 1974.
Milwaukee Avenue, 1985.
Milwaukee Avenue, Minneapolis, 2014.
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