A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
Keck’s home at 716 North Broadway in Crookston, complete with floor plan, featured in Western Architect magazine, April 1912.
Photograph of dock at Keewaydin Hotel, Deephaven, c.1908.
Congregants lighting candles on a cake at the fiftieth anniversary celebration for Kenesseth Israel Synagogue in Minneapolis, c.1935.
Exterior of Kenesseth Israel Synagogue in Minneapolis c.1900.
Kenesseth Israel Orthodox Synagogue at 519 Fourth Street North in Minneapolis, 1934.
Kennedy Mine, Cuyuna Range, c.1920. Photographed by the Aitkin Independent Age.
Kenneth Jennings served as the festival director from 1968-1990.
Kent Hrbek hits a sixth inning grand slam to put the Twins ahead 10-5 en route to their 11-5 Game Six victory.
The buildings of the Kiewel Brewing Company in Crookston, ca. 1910s. The building on the right still stands in 2017.
Two bookseller marks or book trade labels from the Kilmarnock Bookstore. The marks were usually stuck on the inside back cover of a book. Traditionally, they were a subtle way to advertise the store. Photographed by Patrick Coleman, 2015.
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