Northrup King seed bag for Grimm alfalfa, c.1956. Grimm alfalfa was the first winter-hardy alfalfa in North America.
Double-sided, wood-framed, painted trade sign advertising Northrup, King and Company's Sterling seed corn, 1917. Made by the E.E. Peterson Sign Company.
Northrup, King and Company automatic weighing machine, 1917. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
Northrup, King and Company load of popcorn, 1920. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
Northrup, King and Company offices on Hennepin Avenue, c.1915.
Northrup, King and Company seed laboratory, 1917. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
Northrup, King and Company seed separator/cleaner, 1917. Photographer: Charles J. Hibbard.
Northrup, King and Company Sterling Chick Feed bag, dated between 1921 and 1950. Printed with nutritional information and an ingredient list.
Photograph of an office of the Northwestern Express Company, the reorganized Minnesota Stage Company, in Deadwood, South Dakota, c.1880.
The Northwestern Guaranty Loan (later Metropolitan) Building, c.1892; it was the Twin Cities' tallest nineteenth-century skyscraper.
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