A resource for reliable information about significant people, places, events, and things in Minnesota history.
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, 1911.
Construction of the conservatory, ca. 1915.
Construction of the Duluth, Winnipeg & Pacific Railway tunnel at Short Line Park, Duluth, Minnesota, 1911.
Black and white photoprint of high bridge construction c. March, 1889.
Construction of the Hermann Monument, New Ulm, ca. 1888–1897.
Construction of the power plant at the north end of the Coon Rapids Dam, 1914.
Construction workers in front of the conservatory, ca. 1915.
Sepia-tone photograph of railroad construction taken by Benjamin Franklin Upton, c.1868.
Continuous cookers at the canning factory, an innovation that saved time in the canning process, c.1968.
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