Pince-nez eyeglasses worn by Minnesota Governor John A. Johnson.
Pine Cheese Mart, a retail sales operation shown here in 1971, preserved Pine Island’s reputation as a cheese-making center.
The entrance to the village of Pine Island, photographed in the 1920s.
Photograph of the Pine Island Cheese Factory. In the early twentieth century it was at the heart of Minnesota’s cheese-making industry.
Pine river dam in 1906 following renovations.
Members of Pioneer Maennerchor, 1870s or 1880s.
Members of Pioneer Maennerchor at the annual Stiftungsfest celebration, c.1910.
The Twins Frank Viola prepares to pitch in the Metrodome. He would go on to win two games and be named the World Series MVP
Commemorative silver pitcher presented to George Brackett. Brackett was head of the Minnesota committee responsible for planning the 1892 Republican National Convention.
Cleveland's plan for Third Ward Park, now Farview Park, included a road to the top of the hill in the park and a small pond.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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