Black and white photograph of Evelyn "Billie" Frechette. John Dillinger's girlfriend, 1934. Photographed by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

Evelyn "Billie" Frechette

Evelyn "Billie" Frechette. John Dillinger's girlfriend, 1934. Photographed by the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

Color image of the Quadriga with lit rotunda electrolier behind, February 11, 2013. Photographed by Linda A. Cameron.

Evening view of the Quadriga

Evening view of the Quadriga with lit rotunda electrolier behind, February 11, 2013. Photographed by Linda A. Cameron.

Field worker examining Wire Grass, c.1903.

Examining the grass

Field worker examining Wire Grass, c.1903. Originally published in a Crex Company furniture catalog. (New York: Andrew H. Kellog Co., 1903).

Black and white photograph of a crew excavating in the Round Tower at Fort Snelling in preparation for restoration, 1965. Photographed by Terry Garvey.

Excavating in the Round Tower at Fort Snelling in preparation for restoration

Excavating in the Round Tower at Fort Snelling in preparation for restoration, 1965. Photographed by Terry Garvey.

Photograph of an exhibition golf match between Wilford "Captain Billy" Fawcett and American champion Walter Hagen at Breezy Point Resort, 1926.

Exhibition golf match at Breezy Point Resort

Photograph of an exhibition golf match between Wilford "Captain Billy" Fawcett and American champion Walter Hagen at Breezy Point Resort, 1926.

Black and white image of the Washburn A Mill explosion, 1878.

Explosion at Washburn A Mill, Minneapolis

Image of Washburn A Mill explosion, 1878.

Exposition Building and St. Anthony Falls, Minneapolis

Exposition Building and St. Anthony Falls, Minneapolis

The Exposition Building and St. Anthony Falls, c.1895.

Exposition Building, Central Avenue and Prince Street, Minneapolis

Exposition Building, Central Avenue and Prince Street, Minneapolis

Exposition Building when it was owned by the M. W. Savage Company, 1936.

Exposition Building, Minneapolis

Exposition Building, Minneapolis

Advertisement for the first Industrial Exposition with image of new building, 1886.

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