Color image of Captain’s uniform shoulder insignia, worn by Captain Mahlon Black, Second Company of Minnesota Sharpshooters, 1862–1865.

Captain Mahlon Black’s shoulder insignia

Captain’s uniform shoulder insignia, worn by Captain Mahlon Black, Second Company of Minnesota Sharpshooters, 1862–1865.

Black and white photograph of cars on Dan Patch line of Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester & Dubuque Traction Company, 1910.

Car on the “Dan Patch Line”

Cars on "Dan Patch Line" of Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester & Dubuque Traction Company, 1910.

Car stopped at Fifth-Sixth Station

Car stopped at Fifth-Sixth Station

Looking down the Incline at a car stopped at the Fifth-Sixth Street station, 1933.

Caricature of Wanda Gág

Print based on a pencil-drawn caricature of Wanda Gág made by Adolph Dehn in 1916. The Dehn drawing is reproduced in Gág's Growing Pains: Diaries and Drawings for the Years 1908–1917 (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1984). Used here by permission of the Trustees of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 2013.

Black and white photograph of Carl Bachmann, c.1880s.

Carl Bachmann

Carl Bachmann, c.1880s.

Black and white photograph taken by Norton and Peel on September 12, 1938 of Carl Milles's "God of Peace" statue inside the St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse.

Carl Milles's God of Peace

Photograph taken by Norton and Peel on September 12, 1938 of Carl Milles's God of Peace statue (later renamed Vision of Peace) inside the St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse.

Color photograph taken by Paul Nelson on April 24, 2014 of Carl Milles's "God of Peace" statue inside the St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse.

Carl Milles's Vision of Peace

Photograph taken by Paul Nelson on April 24, 2014 of Carl Milles's Vision of Peace statue (originally called Indian God of Peace) inside the St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse.

Carleton College campus; note Goodsell Observatory.

Carleton College campus; note Goodsell Observatory

Image of original 1878 astronomical observatory (at right).

Black and white photograph of Carlo Tresca, c.1910. Tresca was an IWW leader during the Mesabi Range Strike of 1916.

Carlo Tresca

Carlo Tresca, c.1910. Tresca was an IWW leader during the Mesabi Range Strike of 1916.

Photograph of Carlson's limestone kiln

Carlson kiln

A Milwaukee Road train pulls up to G.A. Carlson's limestone kiln, still in existence today, on the Mississippi River side of Barn Bluff, c. 1895. Red Wing became known as Minnesota's "Lime Center" in the 1870s as local quarrying firms and their kilns reduced limestone to lime.

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