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Statistics about Hispanic or Latino people in Minnesota included in the 2010 U.S. Census.
2107 Milwaukee Avenue, 1976.
2107 S Milwaukee Avenue, c.1910.
School children create the image of a large American flag at the 1896 National Encampment held in St. Paul, Minnesota.
2nd Minnesota national battle flag.
Cellophane-wrapped paper package containing red 'SCOTCH/BRAND/Plastic Tape', by Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1943–1963.
This regimental flag was carried by the Third Minnesota during the latter half of the war.
4-H Potato Club members Alvin Tofte, Andrew Tofte, and Hjalmar Tofte,1918.
The oldest surviving Clarence Johnston house, and one of the most modest, 525 Holly, St. Paul. Photograph by Paul Nelson, September 28, 2014.
Seventh Street skyway, built in 1963, as it looked in 2013. The Seventh Street skyway, which opened on June 12, 1963, connects the Northstar Center with the Roanoke Building. Photograph by Iric Nathanson, 2013.
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