Black and white photograph of Camp Ripley’s first armory, located just inside the main gate, was completed in 1937.

Camp Ripley’s first armory

Camp Ripley’s first armory, located just inside the main gate, was completed in 1937. A new armory, adjoining a new post headquarters, was opened in 1980.

Campaign literature for Hjalmar Petersen, Farmer-Labor Party candidate for Governor, 1938.

Campaign literature for Hjalmar Petersen

Campaign literature for Hjalmar Petersen, Farmer-Labor Party candidate for Governor, 1938.

West side canal at St. Anthony Falls during construction, Minneapolis

Canal at St. Anthony Falls during construction

West side canal, engineered by William de la Barre, under construction, c.1890. Photographer: Henry R. Farr.

Black and white photograph of candidates in entrenchments at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Candidates in entrenchments

Candidates in entrenchments at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Black and white photograph of candidates in the field at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Candidates in the field

Candidates in the field at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Black and white photograph of candidates jumping over an entrenchment at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Candidates jumping over entrenchment

Candidates jumping over an entrenchment at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Black and white photograph of candidates marching in formation at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Candidates marching

Candidates marching in formation at the Officers’ Training Camp, Fort Snelling, 1917.

Black and white photograph of a candlelight vgil at Mayor Fraser’s office, 1983.

Candlelight vigil at Mayor Fraser’s office

Women maintained a candlelight vigil outside of Mayor Donald Fraser's office while they waited for his decision on the ordinance amendment passed by the Minneapolis City Council on December 30, 1983. Known for his strong feminist convictions, the mayor vetoed the measure on January 5, 1984. He explained that the measure provided a "broad" and "vague" definition of pornography that made it impossible for a "bookseller, movie theater operator or museum director to adjust his or her conduct in order to keep from running afoul of its proscriptions." He asserted that it would never withstand judicial review. This photograph was taken at Minneapolis City Hall by Stormi Greener for the Minneapolis Star Tribune and was published on December 30, 1983. Source: Minneapolis and St Paul newspaper negatives collection, Minnesota Historical Society.

Black and white photograph of the winners of the 1917 Minnesota State Fair girls’ canning competition.

Canning champions at the 1917 Minnesota State Fair

Winners of the 1917 Minnesota State Fair girls’ canning competition.

Canning peas, Green Giant Company, LeSueur.

Canning peas, Green Giant Company, LeSueur.

Canning peas at the Green Giant factory in La Sueur, c.1968.

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