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Clement Haupers painting at Rutledge, c.1934.
Sullivanesque floral designs outside city hall, 2016.
Close-up of Morton gneiss used on the façade of the West Publishing Company building in St. Paul, 2016. Photograph by Paul Nelson.
Faribault Woolen Mill Company textile sample book, c.1935.
Forms part of Red Owl Store photograph collection, 1957.
William Colvill of Red Wing, c.1900.
Cold Spring Granite Company Loading Area, c.2007.
Cold Spring Granite Company Plant, Cold Spring, Minnesota, c.1940.
Cole Younger after being captured, September 1876. Younger’s face is swollen from a bullet wound he received during the shoot out outside Madelia. Photographed by Jacoby’s Art Gallery.
Cole's Mill after cyclone, Rochester. Photographed by Elmer & Tenney, August 21, 1883. At Cole's Mill, eight cars of flour were overturned, the west end of the mill was blown in, machinery was blown about, and the roof was blown off.
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