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Statue of John S. Pillsbury, 1904. Photograph by Sweet.
Statue of Leonidas Merritt in front of the public library in the town of Mountain Iron, 1940. The inscription reads: "Leonidas Merritt, 1844–1926, Pioneer Prospector, Number One of the Seven Iron Men."
Statue of Maria Sanford by sculptor Evelyn Raymond, placed in the U. S. Capitol, 1958.
Statue of St. Luke in the Cathedral of St. Paul's Sacred Heart chapel. Sculpted by Leon Hermant. Rojo Alicante marble is visible behind the statue. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
Relief statue of St. Paul carved by Leon Hermant for the exterior of the Cathedral of St. Paul. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
Statue of William and Charles Mayo, Mayo Park, Rochester, c.1952.
A steamboat at Shoreham dock on the Pelican River, c.1910.
Steamboat about to enter the lock at Bucks Mill on the Pelican River, c.1910.
Steamboat Landing and River, St. Paul, 1898. The old Union Depot is pictured in the left background.
A westbound steamboat on the Pelican River, about to descend to Lake Sallie via Dunton Locks, 1911.
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