Wood Lake. Battle Field. 43 Mls. from Fort Ridgley [i.e. Ridgely]

Wood Lake. Battle Field. 43 Mls. from Fort Ridgley [i.e. Ridgely]

Drawing of view of Wood Lake Battlefield, forty-three miles from Fort Ridgely, c.1862.

Woodlake Battlefield Monument

Woodlake Battlefield Monument

Woodlake Battlefield Monument
Photographer: Eyrich Studio
Date: c. 1910

Woodlake Battlefield Monument

Woodlake Battlefield Monument

Wood Lake Battlefield Monument, c. 1910.

Woods, one-half mile southeast of Norwood

Woods, one-half mile southeast of Norwood

Woods in Carver County, c.1915

Work No. 27, Red Wing

Work No. 27, Red Wing

Charles Biederman sculpture from 1968-69. Sculpture, Painted Aluminum construction; size: 41¼ x 29¼ 9 in.

Black and white photograph of a work room, Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company, 1940.

Work room, Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company

Work room, Minneapolis Artificial Limb Company, 1940.

World War II K-ration

World War II K-ration

World War II "K-ration" issued to a Minnesota soldier, c.1941-1944. The K-ration, developed by and named for University of Minnesota physiologist Ancel Keys, provided soldiers in World War II with calorie-rich foods and psychological sustenance in the form of cigarettes.

Photograph of the front of a World War II K-ration issued to a Minnesota soldier

World War II K-ration issued to Minnesota soldier

World War II K-ration issued to Minnesota soldier

World War II K-ration (supper variety) issued to Wendal Jerome Kulencamp. Kulencamp was in service between 1941 and 1944.

World War II K-ration issued to Minnesota soldier

World War II K-ration (supper variety) issued to Wendal Jerome Kulencamp. Kulencamp was in service between 1941 and 1944.

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