A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Sister Kenny Institute staff helps Sister Kenny celebrate Institute's first birthday. December 1943.
In this brief radio documentary, MN90 producer Andi McDaniel learns how Aussie-Minnesotan Elizabeth Kenny revolutionized polio care.
Advertisement for an event hosted by Company A of the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard. Image is from the St. Paul Appeal, May 25, 1918.
Musicians of the Sixteenth Battalion Band, c.1918.
Consistory Class of Winona Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, 1908.
The Women of St. Paul presented this patriotic silk flag to the members of the Sixth Minnesota's Company G on October 23, 1862.
Flag of Company G of the Sixth Minnesota Infantry is made of blue silk, with the motto "Union Forever" on the obverse and "Conquor or Die" on reverse. It was presented by women of St. Paul to Company G on October 23, 1862.
Swede Hollow with the Sixth Street Bridge in the background, c.1900.
Graphite drawing of Fort Snelling showing landing road with root cellars beneath it and Dakota Indians in the foreground, c.1856. Drawing by B. C. H.
Skyline from Prospect Park Tower looking over University Avenue to elevator district, Minneapolis, c.1925. Photographer: Charles P. Gibson.
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