A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Main Concourse, Union Depot, 214 East Fourth, St. Paul, 1948.
The main entrance of the Minnesota Building, 2009. Above the entrance are the Minnesota and eagle medallions. Photograph by Thomas R. Zahn.
Main floor decorated for Christmas, c.1935.
West-facing view of the main seating area of the Cathedral of St. Paul. Photographed by Paul Nelson on July 10, 2014.
Main Street at the Milford Mine location, showing the lake that flooded the mine, 1924.
Main Street of the Milford Mining Company in Crosby, 1924.
Main Street, Motley, c.1915. The Motley Mercury reported of the earthquake that, “Bottles and glass jars were shaken so hard that they moved nearly to the edge of the shelves.”
Zumbrota's Main Street, c.1925. The community was founded in 1856 during Minnesota territorial period by a New England emigration society.
Drawing of a maize or corn plant enjoying warm weather in Southern Mexico. Drawing by Emmeline Hall.
Major Alfred B. Brackett, c.1863.
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