Color image of 1st Battery Minnesota Light Artillery battle flag.

1st Battery Minnesota Light Artillery battle flag

This battle flag of the 1st Battery, Minnesota Light Artillery consists of one layer of red silk with a gold knotted fringe around the perimeter and three pairs of ties for attachment to the staff. The flag is adorned with battle honors encompassing much of the battery's service.

1st Minnesota Battery monument, Vicksburg National Military Park.

Photograph of a monument to the First Battery of Minnesota Light Artillery in Vicksburg National Military Park, 1907.

2200 school children form a living flag at Grand Army of the Republic meeting, St. Paul

2200 school children form a living flag at Grand Army of the Republic meeting, St. Paul

School children create the image of a large American flag at the 1896 National Encampment held in St. Paul, Minnesota.

2nd Minnesota national battle flag

2nd Minnesota national battle flag

2nd Minnesota national battle flag.

photograph of a plastic wrapped container of Scotch household tape

3M plastic household tape

Cellophane-wrapped paper package containing red 'SCOTCH/BRAND/Plastic Tape', by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1943–1963.

3rd Minnesota regimental battle flag

3rd Minnesota regimental battle flag

This regimental flag was carried by the Third Minnesota during the latter half of the war.

Color image of 7th Street skyway exterior

7th Street skyway exterior

Seventh Street skyway, built in 1963, as it looked in 2013. The Seventh Street skyway, which opened on June 12, 1963, connects the Northstar Center with the Roanoke Building. Photograph by Iric Nathanson, 2013.

Handwritten paper pass for Colonel Alexander Wilkin, 1864.

9th Minnesota Infantry pass for Colonel Alexander Wilkin, 1864

Pass for Colonel Alexander Wilkin, 1864.

A Broadway residence after cyclone, Rochester.

A Broadway residence after cyclone, Rochester.

A Broadway residence after cyclone, Rochester, 1883.

A couple posed in front of the top of the Incline station

A couple posed in front of the top of the Incline station

A couple poses in front of the top of the Incline station at Seventh Avenue West and Eighth Street, Duluth, with an Incline car meeting the connecting Highland streetcar. Photographed in 1926.

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