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Donald, a male golden eagle and National Eagle Center ambassador, spreads his wings. Photographed by Janet Killian.
Donaldson’s store at a suburban location, 1966.
Donaldson’s Southdale Mall location, 1964.
Donaldson’s china department, Minneapolis, c.1924.
Donaldson’s Glass Block, c.1920. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson.
Donaldson’s Glass Block, 1944. Photograph by Norton & Peel.
This image shows the second hotel building, which later became the boarding house, or dormitory, for hotel staff.
Rights held by the CCHS.
First Folk School building, c.1900.
Douglas Lodge, 1913. The Itasca State Park lodge was designed by Clarence Johnston and built near Lake Itasca. Its design followed a rustic-style similar to Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park. Photographer unknown.
Downtown Northfield during Jesse James Days, 1948. Photographed by Bill Seaman.
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