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Color image of Kenyon's Farmers State Bank and City Hall, c.1910.

Farmers State Bank and City Hall, Kenyon

Kenyon's Farmers State Bank and City Hall, c.1910. Kenyon, in Goodhue County's southwest corner, is located in became a center for Norwegian settlement.

photograph of crowd on St. Paul capitol building steps

Farmers storm Capitol to demand relief

Farmers storm Capitol to demand relief, March 22, 1933. Photograph by the St. Paul Daily News.

Farmers' Institute at Badger, Minnesota

Farmers' Institute at Badger, Minnesota

Farmers' Institute at Badger, Minnesota, in Roseau County, June 9, 1904.

Black and white photograph of Father Anatole Oster (left) with farmers in Clontarf Township, c.1885.

Father Anatole Oster (left) with farmers in Clontarf Township

Father Anatole Oster (left) with farmers in Clontarf Township, c.1885.

Painting of Father Hennepin at the Falls of St. Anthony by Douglas Volk, c. 1905.

Father Hennepin at the Falls of St. Anthony

Painting of Father Louis Hennepin at St. Anthony Falls by Douglas Volk, c.1905.

The statue of Father Louis Hennepin at Sixteenth Street and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis.

Father Hennepin statue, Sixteenth Street and Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis

The statue of Father Louis Hennepin at Sixteenth Street and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis.

Black and white photograph of Fayal underground mine, Eveleth, 1915.

Fayal mine, Eveleth

Fayal underground mine, Eveleth, 1915.

Federal Writers Project exhibit: "Recording Minnesota in Word and Picture"

Federal Writers Project exhibit: "Recording Minnesota in Word and Picture"

Federal Writers Project exhibit: "Recording Minnesota in Word and Picture," 1937.

Federal Writers Project, Duluth.

Federal Writers Project, Duluth.

Federal Writers Project, Duluth, c.1940.

photograph of two female streetcar operators

Female streetcar operators

This photo taken about 1918 is the only known picture of women who ran streetcars in Minneapolis during World War I. The numbers on the hats indicate that the one on the left is a conductor (even number) and that the one on the right is a motorette (odd number). The numbers imply that the women were based at the North Side Station, Twenty-fourth Avenue North and Washington Avenue, Minneapolis.

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