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Architect Emmanuel L. Masqueray, 1909. Photograph by the J. C. Strauss Studio.
Employee Dick Liecting pushing a grocery cart for two shoppers at the Red Owl Store, Southdale Mall, Edina, 1959.
Employees of the Northwestern Knitting Company, makers of Munsingwear, grouped in front of the Mammoth Modern Model Munsingwear Mills, Lyndale and Western Avenues, Minneapolis, 1912.
Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Depot, Endion, 1974. Designed in 1899 by I. Vernon Hill. Photograph by Charles W. Nelson.
Engraved portrait of Henry M. Rice, c.1860.
Engraving made in 1863 of the exterior of St. Joseph’s Academy. Image reproduced by Claussen's Studio of St. Paul and used courtesy of the archives of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Paul Province.
Enlisted men of the Sixteenth Battalion, Minnesota Home Guard, c.1918.
Enmegahbowh (Reverend John Johnson), c.1885.
Enmegahbowh (Reverend John Johnson) and Bishop Whipple, c.1898.
Adults and children walk through the entrance of the J. E. C., c.1940. One of the principle founders of the Center, businessman and philanthropist George Kaplan, is at center in the brimmed hat.
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