Black and white photograph of Count Rovigno (right) with an unidentified man, probably a participant in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show.

Count Rovigno

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.

Coupon asking for public opinion on “talkies” in the Crookston Daily Times, May 21, 1929.

Coupon for public opinion on “talkies”

Coupon asking for public opinion on “talkies” in the Crookston Daily Times, May 21, 1929.

Cover art of the Oregon Trail twenty-fifth anniversary edition, 1996.

Cover art of the Oregon Trail twenty-fifth anniversary edition

Cover art of the Oregon Trail twenty-fifth anniversary edition, 1996.

Cover of the March 18 1918 edition (vol. XIV, no. 2) of the <em>Journeyman Barber</em>, the national newsletter of the Journeymen Barbers International Union (JBIU).

Cover of the "Journeyman Barber"

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

Covered race track of Dan Patch

Covered race track of Dan Patch and home of International Stock Foods, Savage, 1915. Photographer: Charles P. Gibson.

Black and white photograph of a cow being exhibited at the Minnesota State Fair, 1947.

Cow being exhibited

Cow being exhibited, Minnesota State Fair, 1947.

Cows in farmyard at Spangenberg farm

Cows in farmyard at Spangenberg farm

Cows in farmyard at Frederick Spangenberg house, c.1895.

Ojibwe cradle board

Cradle board

Ojibwe cradleboard with beaded bow and velvet cover with beaded floral designs. Made by Mash-ko-wa-ni-ma doke (Strong Wind), Grand Portage Chippewa, no later than 1932.

Black and white photograph of Crag on "Point-no-Point Bluff at Frontenac, c.1870.

Crag on "Point-no-Point" Bluff at Frontenac

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.

Black and white photograph of the interior of the Credjafawn Co-op Store, 678 Rondo Avenue, St. Paul, ca. 1950.

Credjafawn Co-op Store

Interior of the Credjafawn Co-op Store, 678 Rondo Avenue, St. Paul, ca. 1950.

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