Rue Vavin, 1928. Drypoint etching on paper by Clement Haupers.

"Rue Vavin"

Rue Vavin, 1928. Drypoint etching on paper by Clement Haupers.

Black and white scan of "Seen on First Avenue South." Minneapolis Journal, April 16, 1889.

"Seen on First Avenue South"

"Seen on First Avenue South." Minneapolis Journal, April 16, 1889.

Black and white scan of "Some employers' idea of a labor agitator." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.

"Some Employers' Idea of a Labor Agitator"

"Some Employers' Idea of a Labor Agitator." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.

Map detailing Cleveland's proposal for a system of parkways in Minneapolis, 1883.

"Suggestions for a System of Parks and Parkways for the City of Minneapolis," June 2, 1883. Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board

Cleveland proposed a system of connected parkways to the Minneapolis Board of Park Commissioners. This map accompanied his suggestions. The parkways he proposed are shown in red. It was published as a part of the annual report of the park board in 1883.

Black and white scan of "The best way to settle it." Minneapolis Journal, April 12, 1889.

"The Best Way To Settle It"

"The Best Way To Settle It." Minneapolis Journal, April 12, 1889.

Color image of The Meeting, 1937. Oil on canvas by Syd Fossum.

"The Meeting"

The Meeting, 1937. Oil on canvas by Syd Fossum.

Color image of The New Highway #61, c.1939. Watercolor on paper by Clement Haupers.

"The New Highway #61"

The New Highway #61, c.1939. Watercolor on paper by Clement Haupers.

Black and white scan of "The real sufferer."  Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.

"The Real Sufferer"

"The Real Sufferer." Minneapolis Journal, April 15, 1889.

Black and white scan of "The result of ten days' walking." Minneapolis Journal, April 20, 1889.

"The Result of Ten Days' Walking"

"The Result of Ten Days' Walking." Minneapolis Journal, April 20, 1889.

Black and white scan of "The situation changed." Minneapolis Journal, April 22, 1889.

"The Situation Changed"

"The situation changed." Minneapolis Journal, April 22, 1889.

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