Black and white photograph of the construction of a new building for B'nai Abraham Congregation (later B'nai Emet Synagogue) at Ottawa Avenue and Highway 7, St. Louis Park, December 8, 1958.

Construction of B'nai Abraham Congregation (later B'nai Emet Synagogue)

Construction of a new building for B'nai Abraham Congregation (later B'nai Emet Synagogue) at Ottawa Avenue and Highway 7, St. Louis Park, December 8, 1958.

1909 Photograph showing the B'nai Abraham Synagogue under construction

Construction of B'nai Abraham synagogue in Virginia

Construction of B'nai Abraham synagogue in Virginia, 1909.

Construction of Southdale Mall

KSTP-TV film footage (without sound) of the 1956 construction and opening of Southdale Mall, including scenes from the mall's finished interior.

Construction of the Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis

Construction of the Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis

Construction of the Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis, 1911.

Black and white photoprint of high bridge construction c. March 1889

Construction of the first High bridge

Black and white photoprint of high bridge construction c. March, 1889.

Black and white photograph showing the construction of the Hermann Monument, New Ulm, ca. 1888–1897.

Construction of the Hermann Monument, New Ulm

Construction of the Hermann Monument, New Ulm, ca. 1888–1897.

Construction of the power plant at the north end of the Coon Rapids Dam.

Construction of the power plant at the north end of the Coon Rapids Dam.

Construction of the power plant at the north end of the Coon Rapids Dam, 1914.

Sepia-tone photograph of railroad construction taken by Benjamin Franklin Upton, c.1868.

Construction, Hastings and Dakota Railroad

Sepia-tone photograph of railroad construction taken by Benjamin Franklin Upton, c.1868.

Continuous cookers, Green Giant Company, LeSueur.

Continuous cookers, Green Giant Company, LeSueur.

Continuous cookers at the canning factory, an innovation that saved time in the canning process, c.1968.

Convention of Colored Citizens program cover

Proceedings of the Convention of Colored Citizens of the State of Minnesota program, 1869. This program was presented at the first political convention black Minnesotans held after gaining the right to vote. The celebration held on January 1, 1869 in St. Paul also marked the creation of the Sons of Freedom, the first African American civil rights group in Minnesota.

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