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Page from promotional booklet, A Mother's Manual, 1928, from Ralston Purina.
Portrait of Henry Sibley, c.1860.
Joseph Rolette portrayed as a Métis in a pastel by an unknown artist, c.1890.
Watercolor painting of Fort Snelling, c.1844. Painting by John Casper Wild.
Oil on board painting of strike headquarters, 1934. Painting by Jerry Hudson.
Floyd B. Olson's official gubernatorial portrait, 1937. Painting by Carl A. Bohnen.
View of the front of Paisley Park Studios, 2014. Photograph by Molly Huber.
View of exterior of Paisley Park Studios, 2014. Photograph by Molly Huber.
View of Paisley Park Studios with bushes in foreground, 2014. Photograph by Molly Huber.
Outdoor shot of a Model 250 Pan Car along 33rd Avenue North, in front of the main plant of the Pan Motor Company, with three men standing behind the auto, 1918.
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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