One-sheet poster advertising the Washburn Mills in Minneapolis. It highlights the importance of mechanization, local wheat and water power, and global ambition to the firm. Included in the 1889 carnival edition of the St. Paul Dispatch.
Washburn Mill Company poster, created by the St. Paul Dispatch, 1889.
Soldier's Monument unveiled by Bloomer in 1917, located on the grounds of the Washington County Courthouse, Stillwater, Minnesota. Photograph from the private collection of Peter DeCarlo.
Watermelon display, Minnesota State Fair, 1895.
Watkins Building, Winona, c.1929.
Webb Publishing Company, special equipment that assembles and binds telephone directories.
Second floor of Weber Werness Studios in the Handicraft Guild Building, 89 South Tenth Street, Minneapolis, c.1930.
Red Wing citizens construct Webster's Way, an improved path to Barn Bluff's summit, in spring 1899. A stairway that followed this path would be added in 1929.
Photograph of a wedding held at Tifereth B’nai Jacob Congregation in Minneapolis c.1950.
Wendelin and Julianna Grimm. Mr. Grimm is the originator of Grimm's Alfalfa, c.1870.
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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