A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
The rapids of Saint Anthony Falls in 1869, as they appeared before the break in the tunnel.
The record-breaking Mississippi River flood covers the Red Wing riverfront, 1965. Floodwaters covered the railroad tracks and blocked access to the bridge to Wisconsin.
State Prison of Minnesota, Stillwater, Minnesota from An Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Minnesota,1874.
The twin ports of Superior, Wisconsin, and Duluth, Minnesota, 1909. Author: H. (Henry) Wellge. Publisher: Northern Scenic Publishing Company.
Theodore B. Sheldon home, 805 Fourth Street, Red Wing, c.1974.
Nonpartisan League member Theodore G. Mattson, c.1918.
Theodore Palmer on a bicycle, c.1896.
Theophilus L. Haecker, c.1866, a dairy science professor at the University of Minnesota who made the Clarks Grove Cooperative Creamery famous.
Theophilus L. Haecker in his study, c.1900.
Therapist assists elderly stroke patient with a walker, Abbott-Northwestern Hospital, Sister Kenny Pavilion. 2/21/1981.
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