Yard sign created to support Paul Wellstone’s U.S. Senate campaign in 2002.

Paul Wellstone/Walter Mondale yard sign

Yard sign created to support Paul Wellstone’s U.S. Senate campaign in 2002. After Wellstone’s death, a paper was added to the sign to recognize Walter Mondale as Wellstone’s replacement in the election.

map indicating lakes of the Pelican River and transit routes

Pelican River Map

Map of the Pelican River chain of lakes and the route of the Pelican Valley Navigation Company. Creator:Patricia Isaacs.

Print brochure advertising the Pelican Valley Navigation Company

Pelican Valley Navigation Company Schedule

Cover of the Pelican Valley Navigation Company brochure, July 15, 1909.

print brochure advertising the schedule of the Pelican Valley Navigation Company

Pelican Valley Navigation Company Schedule

Pelican Valley Navigation Company brochure, showing the schedules for boats and connecting trains, July 15, 1909.

Black and white illustration of Fur Trade fort at Pembina with Red River Trail oxcarts in the foreground, 1860.

Pembina Fort

Fur Trade fort at Pembina with Red River Trail oxcarts in the foreground, 1860.

Black and white photograph of people and ruins after the fire, 1918.

People and ruins after the fire

People and ruins after the fire, 1918.

People standing beside stone used for the Capitol

People standing beside stone used for the Capitol

People standing beside a large stone to be used in the construction of the State Capitol, c.1900. Photographer: Cass Gilbert.

Black and white photograph of people with bumper stickers advocate the repeal of the 18th Amendment (Prohibition), 1932.

People with bumper stickers advocating the repeal of the 18th Amendment (Prohibition)

People with bumper stickers advocate the repeal of the 18th Amendment (Prohibition), 1932.

Black and white photograph of personnel, Rochester State Hospital, 1925.

Personnel, Rochester State Hospital

Personnel, Rochester State Hospital, 1925.

Peter M. Gideon

Peter M. Gideon

Peter M. Gideon, creator of Minnesota's wealthy apple, c.1890.

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