Color image of the Ecolab building, 2014. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user McGhiever.

Ecolab building

Ecolab building, 2014. Photograph by Wikimedia Commons user McGhiever.

Black and white photograph of Economics Laboratory, 293 Como Avenue, St. Paul, October 8, 1962.

Economics Laboratory, 293 Como Avenue, St. Paul

Economics Laboratory, 293 Como Avenue, St. Paul, October 8, 1962.

Black and white photograph of an Economics Laboratory, 800 Eustis Street, St. Paul, ca. 1956.

Economics Laboratory, St. Paul

Economics Laboratory, 800 Eustis Street, St. Paul, ca. 1956.

Black and white photograph of Economics Laboratory, 144–146 South Livingston Avenue, St. Paul, ca. 1955.

Economics Laboratory

Economics Laboratory, 144–146 South Livingston Avenue, St. Paul, ca. 1955.

Black and white photograph of the Endicott Building, ca. 1900.

Endicott Building, 143 East Fourth, St. Paul

The Endicott Building, ca. 1900. The first location of Economics Laboratory (later Ecolab) was in the basement of the Endicott Building on Fourth Street in downtown St. Paul.

Black and white photograph of Mechanic Arts High School, St. Paul, ca. 1928. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson.

Mechanic Arts High School

Mechanic Arts High School, St. Paul, ca. 1928. Photograph by Charles P. Gibson.

Black and white photograph of Van Buren School (275 Maple Street, St. Paul), ca. 1905.

Van Buren School

Van Buren School (275 Maple Street, St. Paul), ca. 1905.

Color image of the he skyline of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis viewed from the north. At center are the Riverside Plaza complex of apartment buildings and Mixed Blood Theatre. Photograph by Ibrahim Hirsi, May 3, 2017.

Skyline of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood

The skyline of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood of Minneapolis viewed from the north. At center are the Riverside Plaza complex of apartment buildings and Mixed Blood Theatre. Photograph by Ibrahim Hirsi, May 3, 2017.

Color image of the rustic-style latrine built in 1939 by the WPA. Architect: H. Petersen.

Rustic-style latrine, Minneopa State Park

A winter view of the rustic-style latrine built in 1939 by the WPA. Architect: H. Petersen.

Black and white photograph of Seppman Mill, ca. 1890.

Seppman Mill

Seppman Mill, ca. 1890. The four wood and sailcloth arms were destroyed over time but were never replaced after the 1890 storm.

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