A candid shot of the leader of the Fruit Breeding Farm, Dr. Leon C. Snyder. Dr. Snyder was the leader who started the Woody Landscape Breeding Program, which would become the Landscape Arboretum.
Leonard A. Rosing, c.1905
Poster for Leonard A. Rosing, Democratic candidate for Minnesota governor, 1902.
Portrait of Leroy Buffington by William Cogswell, 1889. Owned and donated to the Minnesota Historical Society by Buffington's daughter Ella.
Cabinet photograph of Leroy Buffington, c.1895. Photographer: George W. Floyd.
Liang May Seen Woo (Mrs. Yee Sing) with her son Howard. Photograph by George M. Dempsie c.1910.
Full view of the 257-foot electric light mast at Bridge Square, Minneapolis, c.1884.
Lincoln Mill, Anoka, Minnesota, c.1890. Lithographer: Louis Haugg.
Lithograph on paper by Wanda Gág, 1930.
Dakota Chief Taoyateduta (Little Crow) sketched at Traverse des Sioux, Minnesota Territory in 1851 by artist Frank Blackwell Mayer
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