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Photograph of Count Rovigno at the foot of the White Iron Portage, Superior National Forest, 1922.
Count Rovigno (left) with an unidentified man, possibly Nicholas I, King of Montenegro. The image was originally printed in a December 3, 1922 issue of the Minneapolis Journal.
Count Rovigno (right) with an unidentified man, probably a participant in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. The image was originally printed in a December 3, 1922 issue of the Minneapolis Journal.
Cover of the March 18 1918 edition (vol. XIV, no. 2) of the Journeyman Barber, the national newsletter of the Journeymen Barbers International Union (JBIU).
Covered race track of Dan Patch and home of International Stock Foods, Savage, 1915. Photographer: Charles P. Gibson.
Cow being exhibited, Minnesota State Fair, 1947.
Cows in farmyard at Frederick Spangenberg house, c.1895.
The Lakeside Hotel and scenic Lake Pepin, a widening of the Mississippi, is pictured, c.1870. With its cooler summer temperatures, the Lakeside drew tourists from around the nation, particularly the South.
Shoppers inside St. Paul's Credjafawn Co-op at 678 Rondo Avenue c.1950.
Illustration of a Crex Carpet Company employee operating a carpet loom. Originally reproduced in a Crex Carpet Company catalog (Chicago: Hollister Press, c.1908).
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